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Gutless performance. With injuries on the offense we needed the defense to show up. They didn't. Absolutely embarassing. We don't deserve to win the conference much less the national title. The special teams mistake at the end just shows that we have no balls, no character, no coaching. Just sad.
Venables and Huepel need serious consideration as coaches that need to go. Huepel may grow up with time. Venables has had plenty of time. No team should EVER set a record for passing or rushing against the Sooners. I blame Venables alone for not getting Harris fixed or replacing him. With a Championship on the line and nine games to look at, you left a guy in that gives up 50 yard plays like Santa at Christmastime. That's on you and no one else. You need to go why we have a chance to bring Mike Stoops back.
Absolutely embarrassing. This is not a Oklahoma team I can be proud of.
I don't care if Venables leaves at this point either but for the record it was Martinez that wanted to keep Harris in
When multiple players year after year make one bust that goes for six, they obviously have too much thinking to do.
Give us an aggressive, attack consistantly DC and if we get burnt once on awhile big deal. We have a high powered O for that. But this multiple fancy D that is supposed to be sound is often not sound. We give up 30 points and 500 yards trying not to do so.
Have you seen Alabama or LSU give up wide open 50 yrd plays? No. We do over and over. That's a coaching issue. It's on Venables first, and then Stoops. No excuses for repeated 50 yard busts. Time to face the music and make a change.
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