NORMAN — Landry Jones admitted his pass was not great.
The diving, sliding catch that Justin Brown made 35-yards down the field in the end zone?
That, Jones said, was the great part of the play.
Brown rolled across the end zone, hopped to his feet, pointed two fingers to the sky and celebrated his fourth touchdown in an Oklahoma jersey and the seventh of his career.
The touchdown was one of two thrown by Jones in Oklahoma's 42-34 victory against Baylor.
What did you see on your touchdown?
It was a fade. Landry did a good job throwing it out there. He left it open for me to go get. so that's what I had to go do.
You now have more touchdowns at Oklahoma —
— Than I did at Penn State. I knew that was coming. Just how it goes. It was a different scheme at Penn State. Different coaches. So you can't compare the two. I probably would have had more at State if we were throwing the ball around more. Down here is different.
You're nine games in now. What's the transition been like?
It's definitely been an experience. It's been good sometimes and tough at times. At the end of the day, I'm just keeping my faith and my family and friends close. This team has been helping me out a lot too. The guys on this team have been real welcoming and accepting. It's been real good.
What do you see from Landry when he throws it to you?
I think that chemistry with me and Landry and the rest of the receivers is going good. At practice we're always talking about practices and coverages and how he's reading and how he wants me to run a route.
Landry threw to eight receivers. That's a lot of talent, or a lot of guys open. What do you think?
With the talent we have at receiver a lot of people are going to get open. There's some times where you come off to the sideline and you ask the other three guys were you open on that play. But it just happens that he picks you as the open guy. There's only one ball but there's a lot of great talented receivers that can make plays.