He started only five games last year, but put the nation on notice by completing 32 of 44 attempts for 348 yards, four touchdowns and an interception against Alabama in the Sugar Bowl.
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"Knight's stock and the Sooners' expectations have skyrocketed for 2014," Steele wrote. "Unlike other Oklahoma quarterbacks in the Bob Stoops era, Knight has great mobility and it will help playing on a Sooners team that is my favorite to win the Big 12 this year." (More at ESPN.com)