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BY JOHN ROHDE Modified: November 9, 2008 at 11:56 am •  Published: November 9, 2008
The Sooners had 328 yards rushing and 325 yards passing, which is near a perfect 50-50 split.

That doesn’t necessarily equate to a balanced attack in the eyes of OU offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson.

"It’s nice to have big numbers," Wilson said. "To me, balance doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the same number. It was nice at the end of this game to successfully run it, because we’ve struggled in that regard. To me, balance is if you need to throw it, you can. If you need to run it, you can. Balance is you can execute both, and for a couple of weeks we’ve been pretty good."

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