Practice report: OL seeks improvement 

September, 11, 2012
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NORMAN, Okla. -- Oklahoma has rushed for 554 yards and nine touchdowns in the Sooners first two games.

Yet, centers/guards coach James Patton thinks his squad has a ways to go.

[+] EnlargeGabe Ikard
Cal Sport Media via AP ImagesGabe Ikard and the rest of the Oklahoma offensive line is stressing all-around improvement during the Sooners' bye week.
“We have to get better,” Patton said. “We did some good things the other night but our execution level needs to continue to improve. The goal is to be efficient, get hats on hats and using good technique. From the UTEP game to the Florida A&M game, we were better.”
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