“He's one of the best corners I've coached,” Stoops said. “I believe in the long run from now through whenever he leaves, he's going to show that.”
Colvin's performance wasn't the only good part of Oklahoma's defensive performance against the Red Raiders. The Soonder blitzed and blitzed, recording two quarterback hurries, two interceptions and two sacks. Defensive captain David King was pleased with the control they had of play, other than the opening drive and when their “twos” came in and gave up a touchdown. Bob Stoops called the defense's play effective.
Defensive coordinator Mike Stoops called it complete.
“Our players knew what we had to do, and you can tell we had a different edge and attitude,” Mike Stoops said. “That comes back to a year ago, when we let our guard down and didn't play nearly well enough to be a team that's as good as Texas Tech.”
“We always want to build on momentum,” Colvin said. “This was a stepping stone.”
Next stone to step on: the Texas Longhorns.