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Why Oklahoma’s Offensive Line Lacked Consistency In Win Over SMU

Sack of Gabriel forces change at guard, with transfer Everett playing much of the game against the Mustangs

NORMAN — A week after pushing around Arkansas State, Oklahoma’s offensive line took a step back against SMU on Saturday.

A sack of quarterback Dillon Gabriel on the Sooners’ third possession of the game cost the offense nine yards and starting guard Savion Byrd significant playing time against the Mustangs.

Later in the game, with the outcome still in doubt, the offensive line committed a pair of red zone penalties on the same drive, including one by right tackle Tyler Guyton that nullified a touchdown.

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