A&M coach Sherman: OU best team on film, and in person

Compiled by John Rohde Modified: November 9, 2008 at 11:58 am •  Published: November 9, 2008
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"So, to say what the difference is? I mean, they were a hell of a lot better than we were today." -- Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman

"Got to give an awful lot of credit to Bob Stoops. Good as we played, 66 points were my fault. Not coach (Van) Malone, not coach (Buddy) Wyatt, not coach (Charles) McMillian. Not the players." — Aggies associate head coach and defensive coordinator Joe Kines

"With that big O-line they have, it's hard to move those guys around and that's what football's all about. You've got to whoop somebody to make a tackle, and those guys are great athletes." — Texas A&M middle linebacker Matt Featherston

"I've got mixed emotions. It's been a tough road for me here. I came here as an 18-year-old senior right out of high school and expected to win a national championship, and unfortunately my career took a different road." — Aggies senior quarterback Stephen McGee, playing his last home game

"Going into this game, I thought they were the best team on film. They confirmed that to me today." — Sherman


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