LAWRENCE, Kan. — Oklahoma improved to 6-1 and 3-1 in Big 12 Conference play with Saturday's 34-19 win at Kansas.
Here's a look at what coaches and players had to say after the game:
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops, when asked to compare last week's inability to overcome a deficit with this week's better response:
“Really? I mean, we executed better and made plays. I'm just not much on last week.”
Kansas coach Charlie Weis, on special teams:
“I was a little disturbed with a lot of the things about special teams for the day.”
Kansas junior tight end Jimmay Mundine, on the team's self-confidence:
“Every week coming into the game we believe we are going to win, and there's not a single doubt in anyone on the team's mind that we're going to win the game. Obviously we've seen that we can do it; it's just a matter of being more consistent and doing it for 60 minutes.”
Kansas sophomore running back Darrian Miller, on the team's success in the run game:
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