Five from Friday: OU coaches in Dallas 

October, 1, 2012
Every week through football season, SoonerNation writer Bob Przybylo will reveal five things he learned while out on the road watching the best in the Midlands area play football.

1. You couldn’t wipe the smile off the face of Dallas Skyline 2014 offensive tackle Ty Barrett. Nobody was more fired up about OU offensive guards coach James Patton being at Dallas Jesuit than Barrett, who is 6-foot-5 and 285 pounds. He had hoped to attend OU’s game last week against Kansas State but couldn’t make it. Powered by Barrett, Dallas Skyline racked up more than 500 yards of offense in a 56-24 victory. Barrett said though he was disappointed about missing the game, he knows he will see OU against Texas and also plans on seeing another Sooners home game later in the season. Barrett said the best relationship he has with any program is with the OU coaches right now.

DeVante Kincade
Tom Hauck for ESPN.comQuarterback DeVante Kincade of Dallas Skyline can beat teams in several ways.
2. Dallas Skyline quarterback DeVante Kincade continues to prove size doesn’t mean all that much when you can produce on the field. Kincade, who is 6-foot and 180 pounds, became a prospect to watch in March by winning the Dallas regional Elite 11 quarterback competition, and the Ole Miss commit has not stopped since. He was 9-of-12 for 197 yards and three touchdowns and also rushed for 24 yards and a touchdown. He never panicked and made some big-time plays when it looked like nothing was there initially. He is somebody you want to know when and where he is on the field at all times because of that dynamic quality he has as a player.
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