Found August 28, 2012 on Blatant Homerism:
No team can overcome losing its best wide receiver and best running back. With the loss of Ryan Broyles and Dominque Whaley last year, OU was doomed in its hunt for the national title. The fact that the Sooners still accomplished my worst case prediction in wins last year tells you how good OU could have been. Now, it's a new season and time to get back in the groove and prognosticate the outcome for our beloved Sooner heroes. I have to tell you that I'm nervous about the passing offense. Nobody is really proven except QB Landry Jones. Although having a proven quarterback is a slam-dunk positive, for this Sooner offense to hum, ironically Jones and the passing game should be relied on less. This was my prescription after last season, and I still believe that. Landry Jones cannot carry the Sooners. The receiving corps is a big question mark, with only Kenny Stills being consistent during the offseason. Reinstated Trey Franks and Jaz Reynolds must be considered unrel...
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