As Oklahoma gears up for summer workouts, SoonerNation writer Jake Trotter has 10 things we learned about this team from the spring.
One of Oklahoma's most dynamic players -- junior receiver/running back Roy Finch, didn't play a single offensive snap against UTEP. Is he turning into this season's Mossis Madu?
Jake Trotter breaks down the Sooners' offensive 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.
The Oklahoma Sooners return eight offensive starters in 2012, but injuries and defections have affected their spring depth.
After limited playing time early in the season, sophomore running back Roy Finch has excelled for the Sooners.
OU sophomore running back runs for 99 yards on 26 carries in win over Texas A&M
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.
Against the worst statistical defense in college football, the Sooners failed to turn red zone trips into touchdowns.
Oklahoma running back Roy Finch returns to Florida trying to find a role on the Sooners at two different positions.