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.
In the most lopsided in-state "rivalry" in college football, OU enters this weekend's showdown against the Cowboys with an 82-17-7 advantage. Yet the way OSU has been playing, such a gaudy winning percentage seems unsustainable.
Entering the summer, the 2014 group of Oklahoma high school quarterbacks was already an impressive bunch. But now you can add Jones, Okla., signal-caller David Cornwell, who already has an offer from Indiana, to the group.