As Oklahoma goes on spring break, here are five things we've learned about the Sooners through the first four spring practices.
The Oklahoma Sooners ultimately recruited Blake Bell, Trevor Knight and Kendal Thompson because of their arms. But it turns out all three can really run, too, which will change the Sooners' offense.
In Red River Rivalry history, three Oklahoma quarterbacks have gone 3-0 as starters against the Longhorns. This weekend, Landry Jones can become the fourth.
Freshman middle linebacker Frank Shannon turned heads for the Sooners against Texas Tech, but Mike Stoops says Tom Wort is still the starter.
Inspired by Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein, the Oklahoma coaching staff added a formation to get Blake Bell involved in short-yardage situations. Could Bell become a similar player to Klein after he takes over as starter?
Oklahoma should strive to rotate more on its defense, giving younger players more reps and helping them progress for the future.
Oklahoma running back Damien Williams is producing like a starter, despite getting backup reps behind Dominique Whaley. Might Williams be the starter soon?
The Oklahoma Sooners starters have played heavy minutes this season and it's starting to show at the end of games.
The Oklahoma Sooners return eight offensive starters in 2012, but injuries and defections have affected their spring depth.
Oklahoma's starting quarterback will decide by Jan. 15 whether to enter NFL draft. If he leaves, the Sooners fortunately have depth to replace him.
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