Oklahoma's 2008 class was supposed to be one of the best in Sooners history. But besides Landry Jones, many of the highly touted Oklahoma signees did not deliver.
Jamarkus McFarland was the subject of one of the most bitter Oklahoma-Texas recruiting battles in recent memory. Four years later, he wants to leave the rivalry on top.
Oklahoma middle linebacker Tom Wort dealt with nagging injuries in 2011, but the Sooners need him healthy and productive if they want to have a great defense.
For Landry Jones, who got married this summer, the honeymoon is over. It's back to football. That shouldn't be difficult for Jones, whom teammates call the hardest worker on the roster.
Receiver Jaz Reynolds has had a turbulent career at Oklahoma. But after showing flashes of his potential in 2011, he again took a step back with a suspension and serious injury. Now he's looking to reclaim his starting spot.
Welcome to Oklahoma, where the starting quarterback seems at times to be enemy No. 1. Lauded nationally. Loathed locally. That's what Landry Jones has to deal with.
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops says winning 10 games, with a litany of injuries and other problems, was a good season for the Sooners.
Freshman receiver Kameel Jackson was forced into action because of injuries this season
Sooners defensive end Ronnell Lewis will miss the Insight Bowl because of injuries, and has likely played his last game at Oklahoma.
Lacking firepower, injury-riddled Sooners need their quarterback to carry them in Bedlam
The Sooners need a lot of help to get to the national title game after the latest BCS standings put Alabama at No. 3
With leading-rusher Dominique Whaley out for the season, the Sooners are thin at running back and need Roy Finch and Brennan Clay to carry the load.
Just how good is the Sooners' defense in 2011? Jake Trotter compares Oklahoma's '11 unit with past Stoops squads.