The Sooners always talk about putting a fence around the state of Oklahoma. Now's their chance. Not since the vaunted Class of 2006 has the state been so loaded with talent.
Landry Jones started his Oklahoma career at Cowboys Stadium. Now Jones, the most prolific and potentially the most polarizing QB in Sooners history, gets to conclude it at Jerry World.
Landry Jones said he would come back to Oklahoma to win a national championship and a Heisman Trophy. Neither of those things will happen, but the senior said there's "no better way to go out" than beating Oklahoma State in his last home game.
Jerry Tubbs, a two-time All-American at Oklahoma who finished fourth in the Heisman Trophy voting in 1956, died at the age of 77 on Friday.