NORMAN — It hasn’t been the sort of year Oklahoma mentor Sherri Coale hoped for for her workforce, but the Sooners have confirmed progress lately.
The Sooners, winner of two consecutive video games, host TCU on Saturday (4:30 p.m., Fox Sports Southwest) in the closing property game of the regular year.
Coale talked about the system of this workforce improving and her two seniors forward of the game from the Horned Frogs.
Q: Have you sensed a raise right after profitable two straight?
A: “Yeah, everybody’s a minimal lighter. At any time you have far more factors than the other fellas at the stop, you’re a minimal little bit lighter. Confidence grows pretty promptly.”
What have been the most important differences you have noticed these final two video games?
“Foundationally it is have confidence in — trusting just about every other offensively, trusting just about every other defensively, obtaining lost in the possession you’re in, not stressing about what’s likely to arrive in the upcoming, not fretting about what’s occurred in advance of. Just been actually superior relationship, interaction, vitality.”
Not long ago, you explained the offense you have been obtaining wasn’t a outcome of teamwork but rather personal gamers. Has that improved?