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Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley had a lot to say after the Sooners' 41-3 triumph at Kansas.

What Lincoln Riley said after Oklahoma’s victory over Kansas

LAWRENCE, Kan. — Here’s what Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley had to say after the No. 4 Sooners’ 41-3 victory at Kansas on Saturday.

Lincoln Riley’s comments after Kansas:

“Another great team win. We took some big steps as a team. Thrilled with how we played defensively.”

— on the victory

“I’m aware of the situation with Baker. It was a chippy game and chippy from the coin flip … We can’t have that and he can’t do that.”

— Riley on Baker Mayfield’s gesture to the Kansas bench

“He was pretty on. A couple we dropped were gonna be big plays.”

— on Mayfield’s performance.

“I didn’t think it bothered him much … There weren’t many that will off target.”

— on Mayfield’s throwing into the wind

“You have to use that as emotion to play better, not to play dumb.”

— on the chippiness of the game

“I’m gonna have to see it. It’s been described to me. If we think there’s enough there for a punishment, there will be one.”

— on Mayfield’s gesture

“It’s an emotional game and we’re all competitive as hell. Games get chippy.”

— on the game

“They played well. They needed to. They really stacked up against the run and had some chances.”

— on tight ends Mark Andrews and Grant Calcaterra

“You had to be smart with it. There were times we wanted to be more aggressive with calls, but couldn’t.”

— on the wind throughout Saturday’s game