NORMAN, Okla. - There was a time when wide receiver Kenny Stills had to answer all the questions on the field and answer for all the questions for everything off the field.
Couldn't have been easy, either. While accomplished through his first two seasons, Stills returned for his junior year as the only receiver at Oklahoma with a single catch to his credit.
Stills was expected to do big things, but after coach Bob Stoops suspended receivers Jaz Reynolds, Trey Franks and Kameel Jackson, Stills was expected to do everything. The receiving group was thought to be one of the best in the country, and coupled with the return of fifth-year senior Landry Jones, the strongest part of the offense.
In addition, receivers Trey Metoyer, highly spoken in the spring, isn't getting much of a whisper now and highly touted Courtney Gardner never made it to campus.
So, how did the biggest problem become the biggest strength as the Sooners wrap up the regular season Saturday against TCU?