RECRUITING: Mohetau says OU loss doesn't hurt OU

Euless, Texas offensive lineman Ofa Mohetau talks about in-home visits and Oklahoma


JH: How many coaches have been in your home tonight?

OM: "I saw one coach and he was from Texas."

JH: Have you set appointments with other coaches for this week?

OM: "I have heard from four other coaches that want to come and see me over the next few days."

JH: Are your visits still the same?

OM: "I am going to Arizona (12-6), OU (12-20), Texas (1-10), BYU (1-17) and then Miami (1-24)."

JH: Do you have a leader right now?

OM: "No, the schools are all pretty much equal right now."

JH: What are your thoughts on OU?

OM: "Real good, even though they lost to Oklahoma State they are one of the top programs in the country. They just didn't play well on that one day and all of their problems are fixable and they are manageable. OU still has great things in store for them that will come out in the future."

JH: Can one game change your thoughts on a team?

OM: "No sir. I am going to get a lot deeper into a program than just one game."

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