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Oklahoma WR Andrel Anthony Still Adjusting to Life and Football at Oklahoma

Anthony has left an impression on his teammates and his coaches for his burst of speed as well as his eagerness to pick up the scheme, the tempo — and the elements.

NORMAN — New wide receiver Andrel Anthony snaps his fingers — snap, snap, snap — to describe the biggest change between practice at Michigan and practice at Oklahoma.

“Probably just the tempo,” he said. “No huddling, stuff like that. The tempo and how fast it goes. You have to know your responsibility like that (snap-snap-snap) because the ball is snapped immediately.”

Last year, in his first season as Michigan’s offensive coordinator, Wolverines offensive line coach and former Sooner offensive lineman Sherrone Moore’s offense ranked 61st in the nation by averaging 70.5 plays per game.

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