OU fullback Trey Millard: 'We got beat everywhere. Special teams, offense, defense.'
Here's a look at what Oklahoma players and coaches had to say about the Sooners' 44-10 loss to Oklahoma State:
OU fullback Trey Millard: “It was a bad game all around. We got beat everywhere. Special teams, offense, defense. We have to come out and play better than that.”
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OU center Ben Habern: “We thought it was going to come down to the fourth quarter and whoever made the big play was going to win. It ended up not being that way.”
OU coach Bob Stoops: “We didn't win (the line of scrimmage) in any way. They blocked us, they protected. … We just got beat us there.”
OU quarterback Landry Jones on receiver drops and miscues: “It happens. Young guys make mistakes, but old guys make mistakes. We're a team. We win as a team, and this is a team sport. I didn't play well enough to put our team in a good enough position to give us some opportunities.”
OU defensive end Frank Alexander on what went wrong: “I don't even know. When we came out we were all fired up. But a couple of bad plays happened and we lost our edge, I guess.”
Habern on the 9-3 season: “Obviously the season didn't go the way we planned. Our goals every season are to win a Big 12 championship and a national championship. For those goals not to be met, it's obviously frustrating.”
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