NORMAN, Okla. Not even Bedlam could shake even a bit of emotion loose from Landry Jones Saturday night.
Not another 50-point performance or another late-game drive, the kind generally seen only in the backyard and little-boy dreams, stirred up any visible feelings.
So, certainly the passing yardage, now at four figures in the past two games alone, didn't really affect Jones to any degree. Of course not.
But man, you just wish the Sooner quarterback would drop an "I told you so."
Because he did.
And Oklahoma won. Again. This time it was a 51-48 overtime victory against Oklahoma State where he got revenge and redemption in the last home game of his career.
To the fans who bash his shoulder-shrug style and to the critics who have questioned whether he should have returned for a senior season at Oklahoma, Jones could have and should have done a double-tap to the chest and pointed guns to the sky. He deserved it.
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