OU Football Notebook: Offense has upper-hand in scrimmage
Oklahoma's football practice Wednesday featured a scrimmage. By most accounts, the Sooners' high-powered offense outplayed the defense.
"I can admit it," said defensive tackle Gerald McCoy. "They teach us to admit our faults, be a man about it, and they got us in the end. But that just helps us."
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McCoy said one of the big reasons for the offense's success was the play of the offensive line, specifically the play of Brian Simmons, who spends most of practice trying to...
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