NORMAN, Okla. - Saturday's Spring Game was a chance for the three Oklahoma quarterbacks to make a big first impression heading into the summer.
But it turned out the only the thing the Sooners established is there will be a clean break from the offense last year to the offense next year.
With no No. 1 quarterback in place and all sorts of questions heading into 2013, the only answer for sure is OU will have a mobile quarterback.
And if you didn't know that by now, the play calls, the coaches and the spring game made it completely obvious. It's gonna be a lot different next time around.
Like him or hate him, Landry Jones set about every Sooner passing record. But clearly that kind of style is not one the Sooner coaches are married to. So on Saturday afternoon, three quarterbacks auditioned with a combination of keepers, bootlegs and roll-out plays. Basically, they showecased themselves as the anti-Jones, doing all sorts of things Jones never really did over the past three years.