(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By JEFF LATZKE AP College Football Writer As Oklahoma coaches presented a scouting report for Saturday night's season opener, it stood out to Aaron Colvin that UTEP is a team that likes to take chances down the field.
After a season of defensive disappointment, it's exactly what the fourth-ranked Sooners want to see.
Oklahoma could find out right away whether its maligned secondary is better after the lineup was shuffled under new defensive coordinator Mike Stoops. Many of the same players are back, but playing different positions than when the Sooners got burned deep all too many times a season ago.
''This is a great test. Any team that takes chances, a lot of times they're going to complete maybe one or two (deep) passes, maybe even a couple,'' said Colvin, who moved from safety to cornerback this season. ''I want to see us not give up anything.''
That's an ambitious goal for the Sooners, who were ...