Oklahoma football: Sooner safety Tony Jefferson prefers the Sugar Bowl

OU-TCU QUOTEBOARD — What they're saying following Oklahoma's 24-17 win at TCU
by Stephanie Kuzydym Published: December 1, 2012

Oklahoma safety Tony Jefferson on his bowl preference:

“I'd rather go to New Orleans. I want to play an SEC team or something like that; that's the way I feel.”

Defensive end David King on if he'll cheer for Texas on Saturday night against Kansas State:

“I said if it came down to it I'd root for Texas, but I haven't quite found the urge to cheer them on.”

Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops on winning late in the quarter again:

“I think it speaks to their character, the players' character, the fight in them, the resolve to keep moving forward. Even when we've had a turnover or some adversity, just keep playing football. Keep fighting through it and find a way to win.”

TCU coach Gary Patterson on Oklahoma:

“They have a good football team, they were playing for a BCS spot. We had them at home, and we didn't do a lot, especially on third down. We got some big plays, but we allowed them short fields. Defensively, I thought they played well.”

TCU running back Matthew Tucker on TCU receiver and former Oklahoma commit Brandon Carter, who scored on an 80-yard reception in the third quarter:

“He was pumped up in pregame. He came up to me right before the game and said, ‘Yo, Tuck. Man, let's go. Let's go.' He had a good game.”

Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones on being Big 12 Champions:

“Whew. Yeah. We like to make them interesting around this place. It's been so good. I look back over my career and I'm just so thankful. It's not often you get to win a Big 12 Championship.”

by Stephanie Kuzydym
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Stephanie Kuzydym learned at a young age that life is a game of inches. That's just one reason why she loves football. Kuzydym joined The Oklahoman in July 2012. Before arriving in the state, Kuzydym was an intern for the sports departments at...
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