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Sooners look to finish disappointing season with a win

After opening the season ranked in the top five, 2014 has been an utter disappointment for Oklahoma. Instead of the College Football Playoff, the Sooners will play No. 17 Clemson in the Russell Athletic Bowl Monday afternoon. Despite the below expectations bowl bid, the Sooners promise they're out to end the season on a high note, no matter where their final game is.

"When you're at a place like Oklahoma, every game matters. So I don't know how to make one matter more than the other. I really don't. It's not possible really," OU head coach Bob Stoops said.

Despite their 8-4 mark during the regular season, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney is still extremely weary of a talented Sooners roster. The Tigers are being careful with how they approach an Oklahoma team that began the season in the top five.

"When you look at them, I don't care what their record is. It's all about the people that you see on tape," Swinney said. "They've got cats running all over the place. The reason most of y'all in here picked them number one is because of the players that you know were coming back and they're still there."

Oklahoma will aim to close out a forgettable 2014 campaign with a win on Monday at 4:30 pm on ESPN.

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