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Welcome to The Sports Bank 77 in 77. We’re previewing one team a day everyday as the college football season approaches. And we’re doing it in rapid fire sequence. Today, the Oklahoma Sooners 2011 was: not the greatest for Oklahoma standards. 10-3 is nothing to be upset about, but for what the Sooners expect, anything less than double-digit regular season wins and a BCS bowl is a disappointment. Also, no matter how good Oklahoma State is, losing to the Cowboys is unacceptable in Norman…especially by 34 points. 2012 gives the Sooners a chance to get back to a big bowl. Another Insight Bowl before New Year’s is not what this squad is looking for. 2012 will go smoothly if: Mike Stoops (younger brother of Bob Stoops) can get the Sooner defense back as the one of the most prolific units in college football. As the defensive coordinator in Norman before taking the head coaching job at Arizona, Stoops developed some of the most productive defensive units in the country. Senior quarterbac...
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