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Spring Review: How Oklahoma Got Significantly Better in the Quarterback Room

Jackson Arnold’s arrival elevated things, but Jeff Lebby and Dillon Gabriel worked on specific elements of the game, and Davis Beville and General Booty have grown.


Oklahoma got better in the quarterback room in spring practice, that’s obvious.

But beyond just landing a 5-star recruit, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Jeff Lebby strongly believes the Sooners improved across the board.

“We’re in a much better place in that room than we were a year ago,” Lebby said. “That’s for sure.”

That’s because OU landed Jackson Arnold in recruiting, and Arnold embraced his new role by enrolling early, competing all spring and then, by the spring scrimmage, showing why he’s already settled in as the backup.

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