November 19, 2006

Baylor Notebook: AD ready for Bedlam?

Waco, Texas -- Oklahoma's defensive performance against Baylor could arguably defined as their most dominant effort of the season. Baylor quarterback Blake Szymanski's resolve turned to mush as Oklahoma found ways to pressure the Bears' signal caller all afternoon.

On the day, Baylor managed only 140 yards of offense. On the ground, the Bears put forth a negative number as they logged (-48) yards rushing. Most of that yardage was lost due to Oklahoma sacks. The Sooners sacked Szymanski six times for 61 yards in losses.

"The guys did a real good job, first of all, stopping the run game. When we're able to stop the run game it allowed us to pin our ears back and tee off," said defensive ends coach Chris Wilson. "We knew we'd have some opportunities but they really did a great job taking advantage of everything."

C.J. Ah You and Alonzo Dotson ended up being the most effective sack men on the day. Both players logged two sacks on the day. And Ah You had four tackles for loss.

"You got a chance to see some guys like Alonzo Dotson play well and he took a little stress off of some of those older guys," said Wilson. "It was good. This was, by far, C.J.'s best performance."

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