Posted December 29, 2011 on oklahomastate.scout.com
Brandon Weeden talked about what makes Levy Adcock ... well, Levy Adcock. He said the thing that makes the man who has protected his blindside as the Cowboys’ left tackle the past two seasons so special is that, with Adcock, there is no mystery what he’s thinking.
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