FULL ATTENTION ON BAYLOR
Les Miles said his full attention is on Baylor. He admitted that winning the two remaining – Baylor and Texas Tech – are important for the program. Baylor, coming off an overtime win over Texas A&M and leading at halftime on Saturday in an eventual 42-10 loss to Texas Tech, is playing much better.
"The way I look at it we will remedy our problems," said Miles. "Our kids are good people and they will come out and play hard against Baylor. I'm just looking at winning the next one with Baylor. I know in the overview of the program it is important to win both games. I wanted to win the last two, but now you can only worry about winning the next one."
WILLIAMS STATUS: NOT FOR SURE
All-Big 12 and potential All-American cornerback Darrent Williams only lasted a few plays in the Texas game. He came out on the first defensive series after he felt pain in his arm after tackling Texas wide receiver Tony Jeffery.
Miles said Williams' future is uncertain. If it is just a muscle pain then he could possibly return at a future date when the pain subsides after allowing for more healing. If it is a product of the injury then he may miss more time, perhaps the rest of the season.
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