NORMAN — Oklahoma is still searching for consistency up front on offense.
The No. 19-ranked Sooners closed out SMU last Saturday, scoring a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns, to win 28-11. But OU lacked sustained offensive success — especially in the second and third quarters.
“Running game… we were just hot and cold,” offensive coordinator Jeff Lebby said on Monday. “I think I said it after the game, we were a little too conservative at times. We probably should have thrown it a little more to give our guys a little bit of air and give us a chance to make some plays on the perimeter.”