Oklahoma’s offensive players and coaches agree: The Sooner offense has got to score points faster in games than it has.
Through three games, the only points OU has scored on its opening drives came in the Sept. 22 loss to Kansas State, when the Sooners drove down the field and settled for a Michael Hunnicutt field goal.
Against UTEP and Florida A&M, the offense didn’t earn any points on its first series.
“I think just being more precise in what we’re doing — receivers, quarterbacks, running backs, tight ends, offensive line — it seems like we’re just a little off,” said quarterback Landry Jones. “I think just precision in what we’re doing and just really focusing on little things and correcting them from there.”
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