Monday, September 14, 2009

Sooners Shuffle Offensive Line

Several Sooners had first career start: One week after a penalty-filled effort against BYU, Oklahoma's offensive line was flagged just once Saturday night, on Jarvis Jones' false start in the second quarter. OU coaches said changes would be made, and they were. Ben Habern got his first start at center, true freshman Tyler Evans got his first start at right guard and Stephen Good made his first start at left guard. Jones, who played right guard last week, lined up at right tackle. (Tulsa World)

More on OU's O-line: Oklahoma offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson said he's confident the Sooners have plenty of players capable of playing on OU's offensive of line.

"We feel we've got seven, eight, nine guys that can play. We're trying to find out some consistency, who are the guys who are going to play," Wilson said. "We feel we've got a couple, three guards that can play and three tackles, so we’re just rotating guys."

Jones finds his man in Broyles: Enid News & Eagle

OU football notebook: Shuffling the deck: The Oklahoman

Four questions about OU football: The Oklahoman

OU Insider: Sooners seek No. 2 receiver: The Oklahoman

Berry Tramel: Oklahoma's been overrun by Cougars: The Oklahoman

Catching up with former Sooner quarterback Nate Hybl: The Oklahoman

Breaking down Tulsa: The Oklahoman

Kinne gears up for Oklahoma: Tulsa World

TU must believe it can pull off a shocker: Tulsa World

OU's future in good hands: Tulsa World

Practice key for OU offense: Tulsa World

Sooners still have lots to prove: Norman Transcript

It was a big night for Murray: Norman Transcript
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