Landry Jones admits inconsistencies in Sooners’ play
“We had flashes of greatness all over the board,” Jones said. “One play I’d be great. One play I’d (stink).”
Jones finished the night with 22 completions on 36 attempts for 222 yards.
Bob Stoops also recognized those inconsistencies in the line and the wide receivers.
“When you got guys open, the line broke down,” Stoops said. “When the line held, then we didn’t get open. It’s just putting it all together. “
That putting together starts in practice. That’s where Jones said the inconsistencies against the Miners came from.
“If you want to be great players and want to be a great team,” Jones said, “you’ve got to be practice players.”
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