“The thing we noticed about Oklahoma was that they had not seen a passing team all year,” Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville said. “They have seen some teams that have run the ball and that is all. ...
“It was not easy by any stretch of the imagination but it was a game that we thought we had a good opportunity if we just stayed in till the fourth quarter.’ By the end of the game, Texas Tech had put up 572 yards of total offense--452 through the air.
“The offense put up 38 points,” Colvin said. “No matter how you guys think they played, they put up 38 points. Their offense put up 41 points and that’s unacceptable.” Walker had an injury to his left thumb while Wort was still suffering from effects of a concussion suffered last week against Kansas.
Nothing about Tech’s offense surprised the Sooners, Stoops said.
“They ran the plays that they run over and over,” Stoops said. “They ran them better than we covered them.”