The win last week at UTEP was anything but an affirmation of the Sooners' promising season, but Bob Stoops and his players realize that they can't hang the season's outcome on that first game.
After a disastrous special teams performance against UTEP, the Sooners are confident they can fix their miscues in time.
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?
This was not supposed to be the same Oklahoma Sooners offense that fell apart without Ryan Broyles late in 2011. Turned out, the Sooners still have a ways to go, as evidenced by the poor showing against UTEP.
After two straight ho-hum defensive seasons under former coordinator Brent Venables, Mike Stoops returns to Norman to give the Sooners their defensive edge back.
Jake Trotter ranks the Oklahoma Sooners' nonconference schedules under Stoops from toughest to easiest, and predict where the 2012 schedule will end up.