Oklahoma 62, Kansas 7
The World Series delayed my recap, but it's nothing you didn't expect. Oklahoma looked like men, and Kansas looked like children. Even the second and third-stringers for the Sooners dominated the Jayhawks' front line players.
Kansas absolutely could not stop the run, as usual. If Oklahoma played a full power for the duration of the game, they would have notched mroe than a thousand yards of offense. Night and day never contrasted more.
Ryan Willis played the whole game again and took a lot of hits. Willis made some good passes. Wide receiver drops hindered his totals. The one touchdown pass could have easily been an interception return for a touchdown had the Sooner defensive back not been greedy. Willis gained more valuable experience. True freshmen played most of the way at both tackle positions. Considering the circumstances, they held up quite well.
|Freshman OL||Clyde McCauley and Larry Hughes did well, considering the circumstances.|
|Wide receivers||Too many drops
|Defensive backs||It wasn't a fair fight for any of them. Oklahoma had superior athletes across the board.|