Stoops not satisfied as Sooners prepare for Number One Nebraska
Tuesday, October 17th 2000, 12:00 am
By: News On 6
(Norman-AP) -- Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops says his team can play much better than it did in Saturday's 41-31 victory at Kansas State.
Stoops says the offense performed well. But the second year coach is quick to point out that his team gave up a long touchdown pass and had a punt blocked and returned for a T-D.
Stoops says he's glad his team was challenged by K-State. He says the Sooners kept their cool to hold on and win the game.
Now O-U has two weeks to prepare for Number One Nebraska. Defensive back Roy Williams says the Sooners need that time to relax and to get focused on the Cornhuskers.
The Sooners don't need too much time to relax, though. Stoops says the injured list is short and there aren't any injuries to mention.