He's just saying that the AL game is not really a selling point for Murray, that's all Vacard, and that a lot of the yards and points came when both sides already knew the outcome (after it was 0-28). Look man, I've watched the game about five times. OU's defense had zero chance vs. AL. Zero. It was truly embarrassing. If needed, AL could have scored 80 points. I'm not joking around one bit. Sure, Murray and the offense got it within 11 a couple of times, but then AL would effortlessly score another touchdown to keep the game safely in hand. Once it got to be 0-28? It really wasn't much more than a scrimmage. I give Murray credit for not quitting, and leading a brave (but doomed) comeback, but the sad truth is that everything he accomplished after 0-28 has to be discounted, at least a little. With all that said, I think Murray will have us in the playoffs in 2020. I'm predicting our first Superbowl Trophy in 2021, and Kyler will be the game's MVP.