Depth At Skill Positions Is Giving OU’s Offense Greater Variety

Depth At Skill Positions Is Giving OU’s Offense Greater Variety

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Sooner4OU Commentary: The depth and the fact they are playing more of the depth is one of the changes that could really help the Sooners gain momentum and confuse the opposing defenses.

Article Excerpt: Oklahoma offensive coordinator Josh Heupel will not divulge the length of his playbook. However, it was obvious in last Saturday’s victory over Texas Tech the Sooners dug in a little deeper than it had in previous weeks.

Quarterback Landry Jones completed passes to seven different receivers in the 41-20 victory. More importantly, all of them had a reception for at least 10 yards. Among that group were freshman Durron Neal and junior college transfer Lacoltan Bester.

“That’s big. Durron and Lacoltan came in and did a really good job for us,” Jones said. “Just seeing those guys in the game, the more depth that we have the better at wide receiver just in case someone gets gassed, someone gets tired you can put in another guy and have fresh legs out there.”

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