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The Oklahoman has prepared a great article that covers the 2013 Oklahoma Sooners by position for both offense and defense.
They are predicting Blake Bell will start at quarterback and have the running backs and wide-outs as the strengths of the team, especially from a depth perspective. The players they have starting on defense are for the most part non-controversial.
The 2013 are deep on talent, except for defensive tackles, which was a reall weakness for the 2012 squad. Let’s hope they are able to convert some defensive end prospects and that Quincy Russell makes it into Norman and becomes a starter before the first game.
This 2013 rendition of the Oklahoma Sooner will be a fun bunch to watch as they have strong potential, but will need some luck to be in national contention.
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