OU coaches look back at Baylor game
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Ask one Stoops brother and he'll tell you he loves that No. 13 Oklahoma gave up over 200 yards rushing for a fourth time this season, as long as the end result was a victory.
Ask another and he'll tell you the performance was unacceptable and things need to be corrected right away with a road game against West Virginia's high-scoring offense coming up on Saturday.
Coach Bob Stoops and his brother, Mike, were at odds in their breakdown of Oklahoma's 42-34 win against Baylor. On the positive side, the Sooners limited the nation's top passing team to a season-low 172 yards through the air. The down side was another poor performance against the run, which proved costly in losses to Kansas State and Notre Dame earlier this year.
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