Miles, Stoops say many should get credit for new records
Wednesday, September 24th 2003, 12:00 am
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(Undated-AP) -- Oklahoma State coach Les Miles says there's plenty of credit to spread around for the record-breaking seven touchdown passes Rashaun Woods caught against SMU.
Miles says the entire team shares the new record. Miles says the team enjoys the accomplishments they helped Woods achieve.
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops feels the same way about Antonio Perkins. Perkins ran back three punts for touchdowns and finished with 277 yards on seven returns against UCLA. Perkins broke two records.
Stoops says Perkins is an incredible talent. He says Perkins has a great knack for seeing seams and an ability to get through them. He says the guys on the return unit also did an excellent job.