OU's Dominique Whaley
DALLAS — Most of Dominique Whaley's yards Saturday came on one play — a 64-yard touchdown run early in the third quarter that put the Sooners up 48-10. Whaley, the walk-on from Lawton MacArthur, continues to come up with big plays as he's established himself as OU's primary running back.
I don't think anything really. We just had to stay patient, keep hitting it hard and eventually, we were going to wear the D down and one of them was going to break.
I made it to the outside, made a cut, saw grass and ran like I was crazy. I ran like crazy. It was a good feeling because I always tell people I need to show my speed; I need to show them I'm fast. I can run between the tackles, but I'm fast too.
It's not really a surprise because that would say I was doubting myself. I knew my abilities, my teammates knew my abilities. I just had to show it out there.
By Ryan Aber