Oklahoma football notebook: Wind plays factor again
Sooners quarterback Landry Jones said it wasn't as bad as the week before at Iowa State, but Saturday's 30 mph winds definitely affected the game — especially on passes and kicks.
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“I like the way that defense is ran, and I think I'll have a chance to play quick down there.”
Now, Alexander is trying to help the Sooners bolster their incoming class. Alexander met many of the OU commits at the Notre Dame game late last month.
“When it's all said and done, we're going to have a really good group coming in,” he said. “Meeting those guys who are already committed, it just felt like these are some guys that I could be around all the time.”
Jones, on true freshman Ty Darlington's first career start, which included two snap infractions:
“It's his first game. I can remember my first game. I made so many mental errors I couldn't even count them on a list. It's just something that happens. He might have gotten excited. It was mostly on check plays. You've got to keep encouraging Ty, but all in all he did a great job for us. He put us in position for us to make some good plays up there.”