Mark May
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"Mark Eric May" is a former American college and professional American football/football player who was an offensive lineman in the National Football League for 13 seasons during the 1980s and 1990s. May played college football for the University of Pittsburgh and earned All-American honors. He was selected in the first round of the 1981 NFL Draft, and played professionally for the Washington Redskins, San Diego Chargers, and Arizona Cardinals/Phoenix Cardinals of the NFL. He is currently a football analyst for ESPN.

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The way the kids have been bowling the last two weeks, I knew it was possible to put up these kind of scores. Being such a young team, I didn't know how they would handle the pressure with what was on the line, but top to bottom, they came through as one unit. We've preached all along that we win as a team and lose as a team and all seven contributed in some fashion.

It's wonderful for the kids. They can go out and they have access to all those facilities right next door every school day, and they get a lot of use of them, and of course physical activity is so important these days.

Bob Stoops made the right decisions in this game. Mack Brown did not.

If we can go up and learn those lanes and shoot like this, I'll take my chances. There will be some tough teams and it's a new environment. It's wild, exciting, unbelievable. I'm glad they get a chance to experience that as such a young team -- it should make them hungry to do it again.

They beat us in the second quarter 20-9 and that was the difference in the game. They had three kids that each hit a 3-pointer in that quarter.

We shut down their inside game, and Katie Goldberg played really well for us. She broke their press and got the ball inside to Ashley.