Oklahoma’s defense never read Saturday’s stats against West Virginia
He did not want to see the stats of Oklahoma’s offense bailing out its defense in a 50-49 victory. The stats of final rushing yards (320), total offensive yards (779) or the lines of stars like Tavon Austin or Stedman Bailey.
By Monday evening, nothing had changed. Stoops still hadn’t seen them and he still wasn’t going to look at them.
“I’m sure you guys wrote some not nice things about me,” Stoops said in reference to not wanting to look at the stat sheet.
But it wasn’t just the defensive coordinator who didn’t look at the sheet, Casey Walker said the entire defense didn’t see a sheet — and didn’t want to look at one.
“Yeah, I don’t want to see them either,” Walker said.
“Yeah, ” Walker responded. “Pretty bad.”
Stats weren’t the only thing Oklahoma didn’t go over. Mike Stoops said they didn’t even review their original goals for the game.
Walker got asked about that too.
“Yeah that’s true,” Walker said. “He just came in and cut everything off. Started watching film. Onto the next one.”
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