NORMAN, Okla. Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones will finish his career as the school leader in wins. He's already the Sooner record-holder in passing yards, touchdown passes and completions.
Jones will finish career ranked in the NCAA's all-time top 10 in yards and passing touchdowns. Jones has 21 games where he has thrown for 300 yards or more. His career completion percentage is 62.7.
Undoubtedly, Jones is an accomplished quarterback. His record and stats prove it.
But when Kansas State comes to town on Sept. 22 the Sooners' next game there's a feeling Jones might not be the best quarterback on the field.
Seems silly, really, when you think about it. After all, Jones came into last year as a Heisman candidate, an NFL first-round pick. But by the end of the season, there was no Heisman. There was no BCS game. There was no NFL, either. Jones chose to come back for a final season at Oklahoma. He wasn't even chosen as the preseason All-Conference quarterback. Geno Smith of Wes...