NORMAN, Okla. -- Listen closely to Trey Metoyer and you'll realize he doesn't say much.
Instead of offering information, Metoyer speaks in cliches. Instead of sprinkling in some personality, Metoyer communicates only in vague generalities, applicable to any player, on any team, in any sport.
"I'm doing whatever I need to do."
"We're taking it one game at a time."
"We're going to give it 100 percent."
"I want to have my mind right and be focused and give it all I got."
Metoyer articulated up all of the above, in a 10-minute session, contributing to the August of the unknown at Oklahoma a month worth of practices where no one outside of those wearing Sooner coaching gear has any idea what's going on.
We don't know who the Oklahoma quarterback will be. We don't know what kind of defense the Sooners will run, which running backs will start, how the new assistant coaches are fitting in or even how good the band will be.
And we have no clue what Metoyer will do, either.