He doesn't know why he keeps doing it. The first time he did it, he didn't even realize it happened. That's the same thing he said after last Saturday's game, in which he hurdled one defender and then stiff-armed another.
After seeing those hurdles, people have told him his flexibility would be good on a track, but he's going to stick to the football field.
He's only been stopped once. That was in high school, when he didn't quite clear the defender.
“I was getting close to the sideline,” Millard sad. “I didn't know what to do so I just kind of jumped and didn't really work out.”
JONES IS FINALIST FOR CLASS AWARD
Oklahoma senior quarterback Landry Jones is one of 10 finalists for the 2012 Senior CLASS Award for college football.
To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete must be an NCAA Division I FBS senior and have notable achievements in four areas of excellence — community, classroom, character and competition.
Jones owns several Oklahoma school records for quarterbacks, including wins (33), passing yards (13,732), completions (1,135) and touchdown passes (102).
Jones' 33rd career win came last weekend, in a 63-21 rout of Texas at the Cotton Bowl, when he broke two-time national champion Steve Davis' wins record.
Senior defensive end R.J. Washington, when asked if Mike Stoops' furious reaction to mistakes is different for Sooner defenders:
“If you saw coach (Brent) Venables, he did the exact same thing. ... If you're messing up, they're gonna let you know, regardless of who the coach is.
“There was never a point when they were like, ‘Hey, you know, you missed that tackle. Try to get out there and do that next time.' That has never. Ever. Ever happened here. It's Oklahoma. We're expected to make great plays.”