ESPN “shark” video is entertaining
The most entertaining clip from ESPN’s “Oklahoma, All Access” segments aired last week was OU’s defensive backs comparing themselves to sharks.
The 90-second feature opens with the Jaws music playing in the background. OU linebacker Travis Lewis explains where the shark moniker came from.
“They’re ruthless,” Lewis said. “They’re fast. They’re looking for any sign of blood because once they see it they’re going to go after it and devour it.”
ESPN shows nickel back Tony Jefferson and safety Aaron Colvin talking smack in the locker room, their hands placed on their foreheads, the sign for being a shark.
Surrounded by his buddies, Jefferson barks: “When we bite, it hurts! You feel it! Helmets will be coming off! And there will be blood! We smell blood…. Ryan Broyles, you don’t want to come across the middle.”
During a practice Colvin points to the wide receivers: “See that fish over there. That’s what we eat, right there. We love that. That’s soul food.”
Broyles’ rebuttal: “They call themselves the sharks. I’m not sure what that really means. They don’t kick. They don’t bite. Well they bite on play action. They bite on double moves.”
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