Found April 15, 2012 on Football Nation:
OU’s spring Red and White game is an annual chance for fans to catch a sneak peek at next year’s lineup. This year, even the blustery, stormy weather couldn’t keep the crowd’s spirits down, or keep the Sooners from showing off some great new talent!!   The Quarterback Pack On the quarterback front, Oklahoma let all four of its QBs speak for themselves on the football field. #12 Landry Jones was solid, if a little lackluster, but the show was stolen by backups #10 Blake Bell, #15 Drew Allen, and #11 Kendall Thompson. Blake “The Belldozer” Bell, an unstoppable force last season when it came to running the ball, refrained from rushing and instead showed off his arm with some impressive and daring passing plays – including a beautiful 60 yard touchdown pass to Jaz Reynolds. He went 14-19 for 179 yards and 1 TD. Allen gave a solid performance as well, throwing 10-18 for 72 yards. My favorite surprise on the QB front, however, had to be the solid showing of the previously unseen Thompson,...

Donald Stephenson scouting report

Donald Stephenson OT Oklahoma # Ht: 6’6″ Wt: 316   Strengths: Prototypical height and overall size. Impressive athleticism; ranked among top offensive linemen in all speed/agility drills at the combine. Definitely has the foot quickness to play left tackle. More than enough speed to get to the second level and to get downfield on screens. Nasty run blocker who plays...

Post Spring Game Interview: QB Blake Bell

NORMAN, Okla. — Quarterback Blake Bell took the podium after the spring game to discuss his standout performance which featured 14-of-19 completions for 179 yards and a touchdown. Sooners Illustrated has the full interview here.

Post Spring Game Interview: QB Landry Jones

NORMAN, Okla. — Quarterback Landry Jones played just one possession, going 4-for-8 for 23 yards and guiding the Sooners to a field goal. He talks about the offense and the other quarterback performances right here

Post Spring Game Press Conference: Bob Stoops

NORMAN, Okla. — Head coach Bob Stoops addressed the media after the team's annual Red-White Spring Game and Sooners Illustrated has all his thoughts.

Five Things to Watch in Today’s Spring Game

NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners are about set for their Red-White Spring Game, and Sooners Illustrated breaks down five things to keep an eye on.

Red-White Game: Immediate Reaction

NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners have concluded spring football with the Red-White Spring Game, and we learned a lot from the contest.

Another D.E. Pledges

NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners now have two running backs and two defensive ends locked up in their 2013 class, as defensive end D.J. Ward took in the Sooners' Spring Game and needed to see no more before making his decision.
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