"They probably have more formations than we do," Oklahoma defensive coordinator Mike Stoops said. "How they manipulate the game with their personnel is unique. How they move their players, why they move them, what they're trying to get to. Their plays don't change a lot. Just their looks."
"His mother's done an incredible job raising him, so he was different," defensive coordinator Mike Stoops said. "Fresno's a tough area, there's a lot of challenges coming out of Fresno. You're going to go on one side of the tracks or the other, and he always stayed on this side of the tracks and never wavered. I think it's his commitment to his mother to be successful in whatever he does. Football's important, but he's way deeper than that."