The 14th-ranked Oregon Ducks take on the 16th-ranked Oklahoma Sooners in the Alamo Bowl on Wednesday.

It’s a high-profile matchup in name, and both of these programs had College Football Playoff aspirations right up until the end of the season. The Sooners lost a rare Bedlam battle to knock them out of contention, and Oregon stubbed its toe one too many times against Utah. Still, these are talented teams even if they’re being run by interim coaches with makeshift two-deeps.

Bryan McClendon, coaching the Ducks in the game before Dan Lanning takes over full-time, met with reporters on Tuesday for one final time ahead of the game alongside interim OU coach Bob Stoops.

Here’s everything that was said: