"Before, our d-line wasn't a standout group. Then we went against our offensive line, which was a standout group, and that made us better. Now, we are the standout group, they're going against us, so they're going to get better. That's why I'm not worried about our offensive line." — Oklahoma defensive tackle Gerald McCoy
"What he's done for Baylor on the national football scene, we're very appreciative of. He hasn't done it though with what he's said; he's done it with what he's done. That's how you make noise in the football world." — Baylor coach Art Briles, on sophomore quarterback Robert Griffin
"It is pretty special. I think it says a lot about the quality of individuals they are too. Just that they see the value in all those things." — Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops, on McCoy, tight Jermaine Gresham and quarterback Sam Bradford coming back for another season
"I was extremely surprised. I thought they were leaving." — McCoy, on Bradford and Gresham returning to school
"Definitely. We had six guys get drafted, those guys from other teams, I don't care if they all would have left, they probably wouldn't have had six guys drafted. And we could have had more than six. I put my teammates up against anybody, that's just how I am, if I go to war with you every day, I'm going to ride with you." — Missouri linebacker Sean Weatherspoon, when asked if he said Missouri was the most talented team in the Big 12
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