By John E. Hoover
NORMAN — Oklahoma offensive coordinator Jeff Lebby promised a fast style of play.
Actually, he promised a play-calling tempo that would hold its own on the Formula 1 circuit.
And in the first quarter of the No. 9-ranked Sooners’ 45-13 season-opening victory over UTEP on Saturday, the OU offense was humming at a pace it probably hasn’t since Kevin Wilson implemented the hurry-up for Sam Bradford in 2008.
There was, however, one significant drawback.
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