Oklahoma football: ISU coach Paul Rhoads says OU's team 'full of men'

Here is a look at what players and coaches were saying after Oklahoma's 35-20 win over Iowa State.
COMPILED BY STEPHANIE KUZYDYM Published: November 3, 2012

* ISU defensive lineman Jack McDonough on OU's offense: “They were very fast paced, their quarterback was on point all game. They came to play and we knew they would and we had to figure out a way to respond. They just kept coming at us.”

* OU wide receiver Sterling Shepard his first-quarter reverse run: “It wasn't just for me; it was for anybody in that position. We've been working on it for a little while; it's actually a common play.”

* OU coach Bob Stoops on being so successful following a loss with a win: “We've been fortunate. Nothing in particular. There's a process to winning and we don't change it. Whether you win a big game or you lose one, you continue to do the same things through the week to give yourself a chance to win. I do believe some teams are more mature and get it, meaning we still have an opportunity to compete this week and what are we gonna do with it? There aren't that many of them. So, you take advantage of it and try to keep improving throughout the season the best you can.”


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