If you’re a Sooners fan, blame last week’s loss on whoever you’d like – the offense, the defense, the quarterback or the coaches.
Or don’t blame it on anybody.
Better yet, if you want to know what wide receiver Kenny Stills thinks, blame the loss on the whole team. Even freshman Sterling Shepard said quarterback Landry Jones didn’t walk into the meeting room after the loss or any of the following days and say, ‘My bad guys, this one’s on me.’
Because he didn’t have to. The way Oklahoma sees it, this loss isn’t just Landry Jones fault (despite him overthrowing Brannon Green in the end zone and not protecting the ball deep in their own territory for a fumble and, also, throwing an interception).
This is the fault of a team.
“The plays that we messed up on, people weren’t all on the same page,” Stills said. “He takes all the blame for it, but we know as an offense who’s messing up and who’s not. We just got to clean it up.”