John Hoover

Oklahoma-Oklahoma State: One Big Thing

Oklahoma-Oklahoma State: One Big Thing
From uncertainty on offense to giving up big plays on defense to a sudden and startling lack of discipline and composure, the Sooners are still looking for their identity.

The question still needs to be answered: who is this Oklahoma football team?

Are the Sooners (7-1 and No. 9 in the CFP rankings) good enough to get back to the Big 12 Championship Game and even make the College Football Playoff?

Or are we witnessing a week-by-week decent into the kind of mediocrity that plagued OU in Brent Venables’ rookie season — more directly, is this team headed toward a November filled with defeat and another season of four or five losses?

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