NORMAN, Okla. - In case anyone was thinking the Oklahoma offense is a fluid situation, coach Bob Stoops made sure to let everyone know it isn't.
Saturday, after OU beat Tulsa 51-20, Stoops said it was "Pretty obvious," Blake Bell won the starting quarterback job for the upcoming Sept. 28 game at Notre Dame. Monday, at his weekly press conference, Stoops made sure to point out the offense Bell executed against Tulsa is the same offense the Sooners will use no matter who's in at quarterback.
Freshman Trevor Knight got the start for the first two games of the season, but Bell replaced Knight at the beginning of the fourth quarter a week ago against West Virginia. Knight suffered a bruised knee in the first half against West Virginia. He was out for Saturday's game against Tulsa and Stoops said Knight is still out, but should be ready by the time OU takes on Notre Dame.
And while Stoops said the offense hasn't changed, Bell threw it more often, and way more effectively, than Knight d...