The Sooners lost their top three players from 2012 -- QB Landry Jones, WR Kenny Stills and S Tony Jefferson -- but still have talent to compete for a Big 12 title in 2013.
Aaron Colvin has moved from safety to defensive back in Mike Stoops' new defense, and he feels he'll thrive in the spot he played as a freshman.
Replacing graduated cornerback Jamell Fleming could be one of the keys to the Sooners' defensive success this fall. Who has the edge to fill his spot?
Oklahoma cornerback originally committed to play for Mike Gundy and Oklahoma State
Sophomore will be tasked with covering receivers and tracking down Robert Griffin III
Oklahoma's defensive backs gave up 452 passing yards to Texas Tech's Seth Doege
Oklahoma receiver Kenny Stills has been playing his best in the biggest games. He scored two touchdowns vs. Texas.
Oklahoma's defensive backs, who call themselves the "sharks," feasted on the Longhorns.