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Woods had been battling an ankle injury since the Tennessee game.
“Hopefully he can start doing some of the things he did special teams-wise especially,” Bob Stoops said. “He was great in that regard a year ago and we need him back doing some things that way.”
Sooners wide receivers coach Jay Norvell said there was also still a place for Woods on offense as well.
If healthy, Woods, who had a 20-yard catch in the Sugar Bowl, would figure to be a key player on the outside, especially with Sterling Shepard out.
“He’s a very aggressive kid,” Norvell said. (The Oklahoman)