Bob Stoops likes the way No. 8 Oklahoma keeps on winning, even if he doesn't like the way his team is
getting it done.
The Sooners (4-0) are making a habit of barely getting by, with
three of their four victories coming by less than a touchdown.
Stoops said Tuesday that he's "not at all pleased in the manner"
in which Oklahoma beat 31-29 Cincinnati on Saturday, but he's
keeping it in perspective.
At this time last season, the Sooners had already lost twice by
a single point. This time, they're still perfect headed into
Saturday's Red River Rivalry against No. 21 Texas (3-1, 1-0 Big 12)
at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.
But with Big 12 play starting, the Sooners know it's time to
stop flirting with disaster before it costs them.
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