November 27, 2012
Robbins Says Sooners are on Top After Visit
Every official visit is a little bit different, those differences are even more glaring when players take long-distance trips to various locales around the country. And as different as trips to Purdue and West Virginia were sure to be from last weekend's trip to Norman for Miami (Fla.) Southridge three-star cornerback Lamar Robbins there was a moment when he was concerned one disturbing tend could continue.
A loss for the team he'd come to see.
However, the nation's No. 36 cornerback said he had faith that the Sooners would find a way to right the ship after spending much of the weekend's Bedlam game behind and avoid the fate that befell both the Boilermakers and Mountaineers when he visited.
"I was confident in them coming back and winning. I can't lie there was one point in time when I thought (a loss) was going to happen again, but you know it was in the back of my mind but I had a feeling they weren't going to lose at home to an in-state rival," Robbins said.
Obviously during Oklahoma's 51-48 overtime victory the Sooners pass defense at times had trouble stopping the big play. The 6-foot-3, 188-pound Robbins said that while he thinks he could be of help there is another issue he currently sees in Norman.
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