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Bill Bedenbaugh Doesn’t ‘Mince Words’, and Oklahoma OT Walter Rouse Loves It

Bill Bedenbaugh Doesn’t ‘Mince Words’, and Oklahoma OT Walter Rouse Loves It
Oklahoma’s offensive line is looking to take a step forward against Tulsa after an inconsistent performance in last Saturday’s win over SMU.

NORMAN — Oklahoma is still searching for consistency up front on offense.

The No. 19-ranked Sooners closed out SMU last Saturday, scoring a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns, to win 28-11. But OU lacked sustained offensive success — especially in the second and third quarters.

“Running game… we were just hot and cold,” offensive coordinator Jeff Lebby said on Monday. “I think I said it after the game, we were a little too conservative at times. We probably should have thrown it a little more to give our guys a little bit of air and give us a chance to make some plays on the perimeter.”

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