Well, maybe Blake Bell should have hydrated better.
Past that, finding any flaw at all from a road win at Notre Dame is hard to do.
After all, this Oklahoma team hadn't played much defense in the past two years, hadn't had a, put-it-up-on-the-fridge-gold-star win in that same span and hadn't had a quarterback like Bell in even longer.
In one Saturday afternoon, we saw a national power restored to full strength.
Oklahoma is back. Ask anyone who saw the 35-21 win.
It means a 4-0 start, certainly will mean top-10 ranking and definitely means the Sooners are alive and well in the BCS picture although they'll need some help, but we can worry about all that later.
For now, it's an exhale like none other because OU has a quarterback like no one we've seen in the better part of forever at Oklahoma.
A runner who can pass and a passer who kept running, even after he left the game with cramps that sent him to the locker room. So, what happened when Bell returned? He ran it three times...