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It's March, and Bram Kohlhausen is still famous

Bram Kohlhausen says that thanks to the Alamo Bowl, he's getting better at public speaking.

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The Alamo Bowl was about two months ago, and yes, people are still talking about the Raisin Bram.

Bram Kohlhausen attended the Mavericks-Kings game Thursday night (it was TCU Spirit Night), and before the game, he sat down with Fox Sports Southwest to talk about...well, what else...the Alamo Bowl and what he's learned from the experience.

Yes, he's learned to keep fighting, don't give up and all that good stuff. But Kohlhausen said he's also learned to be a better public speaker.

"I've been doing a lot of speaking engagements with kids or companies," he said. "It's really grown me up and helped me try to find myself and what I want to do."

I definitely think all this attention has helped Bram get a little better at talking in front of people. I honestly admit that, at least to me, Bram still comes across as a guy who's not used to this sort of thing. In this interview in particular, his eyes shift all over the place. He's adorably awkward. But it's way better than being a cocky quarterback who acts like a big shot after playing one good game. And even though Bram isn't a spotlight seeking kind of guy, he is getting better at handling himself in those spotlight moments.

Go conquer the world, Bram.

Here's the full interview!