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- Texas Tech quarterback Graham Harrell on OSU's "World's Most Powerful Offense” spring game marketing campaign. "We've been working on our skills and we want to see how we measure up against the greatest offense in the world.” - Tech coach Mike Leach "I'm frustrated with the offense. With everybody to be honest with you. There's nobody I'm going to sit in here and say I think is playing at the level they need to play.” - OSU offensive coordinator Larry Fedora "It's not the kids' fault. It's not my fault. It's not Joe DeForest's fault. We're taking it as a family and we all have to get it corrected." - OSU defensive coordinator Tim Beckman on OSU's defensive woes.
What they're saying
"Maybe our defense will take a little more offense to it than we will just because they're going to go in there and have to try and stop the world's greatest offense or whatever.”
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