Jefferson: 'Dreadful' seeing OSU rout Tech

November, 14, 2011
11/14/11
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Many of the Sooners spent their Saturday off watching college football on TV, including safety Tony Jefferson, who posted comments about several games throughout the day on Twitter.

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Steve Conner/Icon SMICenter Ben Habern said he cheered for TCU to upset Boise State Saturday.
“That’s my favorite thing on bye weeks, being a commentary guy,” Jefferson said. “Saw my boys at Oregon ball out and play Stanford really well.”

Center Ben Habern was especially tuned in to TCU’s 36-35 win at Boise State.

“I was on the edge of my seat for that game,” Habern said. “I was cheering for TCU. I don’t hate Boise State or anything like that, but you have to root for what is going to help the team.”

Wide receiver Dejuan Miller checked out Kansas State’s four-overtime victory over Texas A&M.

“I watched that entire game,” Miller said, “and I don’t regret it.”

Many of the players admitted they also watched Dec. 3 opponent Oklahoma State throttled Texas Tech, which knocked off the Sooners last month.

“Uh, yeah,” Jefferson said. “That was dreadful watching that. I was embarrassed. But that’s over with now.”

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