When the No. 8 Sooners host No. 5 Notre Dame on Saturday at Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, Landry Jones has an opportunity to cement his legacy as one of the best QBs in OU history and create memories that could turn tat contempt into reverence.
Thirteen years ago, in Bob Stoops' first season, upstart Oklahoma traveled to South Bend, Ind. This weekend, Oklahoma and Notre Dame will rekindle their storied series for the first time since that 1999 meeting.
If Oklahoma's game against Notre Dame comes even remotely close to duplicating that feeling from the 2000 game against No. 1 Nebraska, it's going to be a magical weekend on the field and on the recruiting trail.