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Behind enemy lines: What Texas A&M was saying about their 65-10 loss to OU

Complied by JOHN ROHDE Modified: November 15, 2009 at 7:18 am •  Published: November 15, 2009

Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman: "We weren't very good today. We shot ourselves in the foot numerous times. Things just kind of spiraled out of control for us and we just never recovered. We have to give Oklahoma their credit."

Texas A&M free safety Jordan Pugh: "They just played better than we did. We couldn't make stops at certain times and couldn't stop their pass and couldn't stop their run. You have to give all the credit to them."

Texas A&M quarterback Jarrod Johnson: "It was tough. When you play a pressure defense like Oklahoma, you can't run the ball and they are going to start pinning jerseys back and try to throw the ball. Everything has to be balanced for this offense to work."

Sherman: "I think it's tough when protection is in question and it certainly was in (question) tonight. Trying to set your feet and make decisions, and sometimes even when the protection might be somewhat OK, you're just never totally trusting of it. I can't fault (Johnson) for that because it was very erratic."

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