Ball State safety Kyle Hoke: Oklahoma doesn't 'do anything special'

COMPILED BY TRAVIS HANEY, Staff Writer, thaney@opubco.com Published: October 1, 2011

Here's a look at what players and coaches were saying after Oklahoma's 62-6 win over Ball State:

Ball State coach Pete Lembo on OU's team: “They have a fine football team. I am sure they are going to continue to go on and have a very successful season.”

OU receiver Ryan Broyles on the Sooners' fans: “Without them, we wouldn't be who we are. I love to give back to the fans. It was great to get (the Big 12 receptions record) here.”

Ball State quarterback Keith Wenning: “Our offensive line did everything they could. They tried to give me as much time as they could.”

OU coach Bob Stoops: “Tony (Jefferson) is a great player. I don't need to tell you that.”

Ball State safety Kyle Hoke: “They didn't do anything special. We knew they were going to go fast. We knew what they liked to do when they went fast. You have to block. You have to tackle.”

OU receiver Jaz Reynolds: “We tried to be more balanced and not just depend on the pass. Today we passed the ball well and ran well.”

Lembo: “Whether it's against Oklahoma or Buffalo or anybody else, if you turn it over you are not going to win.”


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