As Oklahoma goes on spring break, here are five things we've learned about the Sooners through the first four spring practices.
In 2013, the Oklahoma Sooners will need several things to go right to contend at least past October -- something they haven't done since 2008.
Bob Stoops dubbed Oklahoma's 2010 recruiting class as one of the best he's seen. But three years later, that class hasn't brought the Sooners back to the nation's elite.
This was not supposed to be the same Oklahoma Sooners offense that fell apart without Ryan Broyles late in 2011. Turned out, the Sooners still have a ways to go, as evidenced by the poor showing against UTEP.
Last season, the most troubling part of the Sooners' blowout Bedlam loss wasn't the result but what was happening off the field.
Oklahoma junior fullback Trey Millard wants an increased role in the Sooners' offense. And his coaches want the same thing.
The Oklahoma Sooners return eight offensive starters in 2012, but injuries and defections have affected their spring depth.
The Cowboys have struggled against running QBs, and OU's Blake Bell has been almost unstoppable
Oklahoma sophomore fullback Trey Millard is excelling on and off the field
Oklahoma Sooners fullback Trey Millard chose OU because he wanted to play fullback.