Found July 03, 2013 on Blatant Homerism:
Ndulue will probably get a break from the season opener. (Photo courtesy: CBSSports.com) For the Sooners to be successful in 2013, they’re going to have to have a solid front line. Right now, the line appears unstable. Chuka Ndulue moved from end to tackle in the spring for added depth to the interior, but he got busted last Saturday for a DUI. That usually means a one-game suspension since it’s his first offense. The other three guys working on the tackle rotation are Jordan Phillips, Torrea Peterson and Jordan Wade. They have played a total of 15 games in their careers. Phillips played in 10 games last year, Peterson played in five games two years ago and Wade was redshirted a year ago. Quincy Russell was going to be the saving grace. The JUCO All-American has had academic problems, however, and still hasn’t reported for voluntary workouts this summer. Hopefully, he will be in camp this fall, but don’t hold your breath, Sooner fans. Carey Murdock of SoonerScoop.com has...
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