The Sooners entered the spring with many depth chart questions. After the completion of spring practice, some of those questions were solved. Others remain.
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.
Oklahoma will be starting over on defense in a lot of ways next season. But considering how poorly that unit played toward the end of 2012, it might not be a bad thing.
After a rough end to 2012, Oklahoma will find itself with an inexperienced defense in 2013, especially at the all-important safety position.
The hiring of Mike Stoops was supposed to be the tonic to prevent defensive meltdowns. But the last three games have seen the Sooners' D shredded and raised concerns about the future.
Jake Trotter breaks down the Sooners' defensive depth chart for the 2012 season after spring football practice has ended.
Spring football is over and done with for Oklahoma following Saturday's Red-White spring game. With that, here is a look at some observations of the Sooners going into the summer.
Spring Depth Chart Analysis: Oklahoma Sooners return talent on defense, but lose experience
Linebacker Corey Nelson said the Oklahoma Sooners' defections have 'affected us drastically.'