Recruits not down on OU following loss 

September, 23, 2012
Oklahoma had a chance to make a huge impression on a bevy of visiting recruits this weekend. With a 24-19 loss to Kansas State, however, it's safe to say the Sooners didn’t do themselves any favors with a home loss in front of several top targets and ESPN 300 prospects.

For the most part, though, the opinions about OU before Saturday haven’t changed for recruits after Saturday night.

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Max Olson/ESPN.comDefensive end commit Matt Dimon said he enjoyed his official visit to Oklahoma.
“I know OU is a great program,” said Owing Mills (Md.) McDonough four-star offensive tackle Na'Ty Rodgers. “It was a close game. It’s not like they can’t compete with the best. At this point with me, winning and losing doesn’t make that much of a difference.”
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