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Quoteboard: OSU vs. Oklahoma

  • Updated
November 21, 2020

11/21/2020 Oklahoma vs OSU football. Photo by Ty Russell

Coach Mike Gundy on the loss

“They had a great start. They’re athletic. It was the biggest challenge we had on the perimeter.”

Gundy on the OU’s success early

“We put ourselves behind the 8-ball and we had a couple of busted coverages. You tie that with not being able to manufacture anything, and you come up with a bad night.”

Wide receiver Tylan Wallace on Shane Illingworth coming in

“I’m proud of the way he holds himself when he gets into games. He kind of has a mentality of an older guy.”

Cowboy back Logan Carter on his touchdown

“I’m sure it’ll be cool looking back on it. Right now, the loss hurts too much to celebrate.”

Cornerback Rodarius Williamson staying confident

“I don’t like to brag too much, but Lincoln Riley came to me after the game and told me, ‘Great job.’ So I feel like it was a great accomplishment for a great coach to come up like that. I know (his) offenses scorches defenses all the time.”

Offensive coordinator Kasey Dunn on switching guys in and out

“We got to find a way. The game, the ball, the stadium, it doesn’t care, they don’t care. You got to find a way to score and you got to find a way to put the football in the end zone.”

Defensive end Tyler Lacy

“Our team didn’t quit fighting. I was trying to encourage guys on the sideline, just keep fighting and keep fighting to the zeros on the clock, and that’s the only thing we could ask for in that situation.”

Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley on plan to beat Cowboys

“You can’t come into big games like this against a great opponent and play conservative. Not that we have, but we really wanted to emphasize that with our players that we had to play aggressive and we had to go take it if you’re going to beat a good team like this.”

Oklahoma defensive end Ronnie Perkins on staring down Cowboy bench

“I was just looking for a player over there, that’s all. Nothing crazy, I was just looking for a certain player.”

Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler fighting back after a 1-2 start

“We fought back, and we’re in a good spot right now. We got two games ahead of us, we’re just taking it day-by-day, game-by-game.”