October 16, 2012
HD: Saunders talks debut & Norvell shows off atheltic ability
Oklahoma's offensive unit walked into the Tuesdays media session all smiles.
And for good reason.
Scoring a touchdown on four of their first 5 possessions Saturday Oklahoma picked up where they left off two weeks ago in Lubbock.
However, unlike the Sooners performance versus the Red Raiders this one included a new wrinkle in junior Jalen Saunders who caught a pair of receptions for 54 yards.
SCOOPHD caught up with the talented wide receiver this evening as well as his coach Jay Norvell who showed off 'Five-Star' athletic ability of his own as Damien Williams raced down the Sooner sidelines to a 95-yard touchdown.
SCOOPHD: TUESDAY POST PRACTICE
Irwin downplays injury
Tuesday evening starting offensive guard Bronson Irwin downplayed any type of lingering injury after getting his ankle rolled up on the Sooners opening drive.
"Yeah I got my ankle stepped on by the (running) back but I just had to go get taped up and I was ready to go," said Irwin.
"You couldn't have kept me out of that. It could have been broken I would still have tried to go back in."
"I knew we had guys that could step up but you weren't going to keep me out for long. I got taped up and was ready to go for the PAT."
The Sooners are already down a trio of offensive linemen in Tyler Evans (ACL), Nila Kasitati (ACL), and Tyler Evans (neck).
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