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NORMAN, Okla. - It's hard to be Kenny Stills.
It is. And I understand.
A displaced California kid in football-mad Oklahoma. Sleeves of tattoos and a hair style that looks like My Little Pony with a Club MTV twist. Doesn't exactly look like the rest of his classmates or teammates.
A 2011 DUI which resulted in a one-game suspension. Extreme verbosity of the 140 characters at a time variety, the topper coming when a picture surfaced this summer where Stills was posing in a purple dress.
Life's not easy when you have a resume like that. And life's not easy when folks want you to be the next Ryan Broyles.
It's not easy being Kenny Stills.
And I understand.
"I'm not Ryan," he said. I'm Kenny. I'm going to continue to play my game and do my best."
Ryan Broyles is gone off to the NFL having left Oklahoma as the most-prolific pass catcher in NCAA history. And somehow, in his place, whether he wants to be or not, is Stills.
Stills has ...
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NORMAN, Okla. It's hard to be Kenny Stills.
It is. And I understand.
A displaced California kid in football-mad Oklahoma. Sleeves of tattoos and a hair style that looks like "My Little Pony" with a "Club MTV" twist. Doesn't exactly look like the rest of his classmates or teammates.
A 2011 DUI which resulted in a one-game suspension. Extreme verbosity...
Landry Jones barely gathered the Sooners up for a late rally in the first quarter to tie the game 7-7 with a throw to Kenny Stills for a 68 yard touchdown. A far cry from what should have been happening with the number four ranked team in NCAA Division 1.Still tied 7-7 at halftime, Sooners’ fans have to be thinking “please, oh please, not a repeat of last year.’ Where in...
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