The Sooners lost their top three players from 2012 -- QB Landry Jones, WR Kenny Stills and S Tony Jefferson -- but still have talent to compete for a Big 12 title in 2013.
Oklahoma's Tony Jefferson has always had the potential to be a star on defense. But after moving to free safety under new defensive coordinator Mike Stoops, 2012 might be the season he breaks out.
Showing the rest of us why coaches and teammates have been raving about him all spring, receiver Trey Metoyer dazzled the crowd of more than 10,000 that braved the potentially inclement weather at Owen Field to catch a glimpse of the 2012 Sooners.
Lacking firepower, injury-riddled Sooners need their quarterback to carry them in Bedlam
With star Ryan Broyles out for the season, Oklahoma must find other playmakers
Recruiting Rewind: Looking back at the Week 4 performances from OU's top commits
Recruiting Rewind: Looking back at the Week 3 performances from OU's top commits
Looking back at the Week 2 performances from Oklahoma's top football commits.
Looking back at the Week 1 performances from Oklahoma's top commits.
Running back prospect and OU commit Alex Ross broke out in 2010 and has quietly been preparing to star this season.
When Oklahoma had five players taken in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft, future recruits took notice.
The road to the BCS Championship Game is never easy, and Oklahoma could has some potentially big road blocks along the way.