NORMAN, Okla. -- Two seasons ago, reserve quarterback Blake Bell replaced Landry Jones and the Sooners picked up a first down.
And another. Then a bunch more. Then the Oklahoma football team went on beat Kansas State in a dominant second half of a 58-17 victory.
With it, the Belldozer was born and a statement was made.
Sometimes, when things aren't working, Bob Stoops does something about it.
Kind of like he did two Octobers ago in Manhattan, Kan.
Kind of like he's doing now, firing more folks than the guy holding those Glengarry leads.
It took Stoops and his staff forever to figure out how to get a first down in short-yardage situations, but they finally solved it by putting Bell into games. And it took less than two days for Stoops to clean out the Switzer Center like the Two Bobs did at Initech. But he did it.
Admitting you're wrong isn't easy for anyone, whether you work at Starbucks or coach the Sooners, but for Stoops, the last few days must have been difficult. Not onl...