Found April 15, 2013 on
Spring football has wrapped up for Oklahoma following last weekend's Red-White Game. OU beat reporter Jason Kersey of NewsOK.com joins Homerism for a podcast to break down the annual spring game and talk about the news coming out of Norman.
Jason and I touch on:
*The leader in the quarterback derby.
*The influence of new members of the coaching staff on the team.
*The Sooners' stable of wide receivers.
*A surprising standout on the defensive side of the ball.
*Concerns about the defensive line.
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