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Sterlin Gilbert met with press on Tuesday.

D’Onta Foreman is the breakout star this season. “So while the headlines focus on the poor defensive play and the uncertainty on the coaching staff, take some time to appreciate what D’Onta Foreman is doing right now. He is a truly unique talent that is putting it all together for the Longhorns.”

Texas players blame themselves for the OU loss. “At end of the day the coach can say I’m sorry for this, or I apologize for this, or we didn’t coach you well enough, but I don’t believe in all of that because I believe they’re doing a great job,” Haines said. “The coaching hasn’t changed in the three years I’ve been. Two years ago we were the best defense in the Big 12 and we’ve just gone down. I think it’s the players and that’s what it comes down to.”

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No one wants to play Oklahoma right now. “Today, they seem to be right back where they started -- as the Big 12 team nobody wants to play right now. No disrespect to undefeated Baylor or West Virginia, but the Sooners are finally starting to play like the team to beat in this wide-open conference.”