Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops might have a quarterback controversy on his hands.
Stoops said Monday that No. 14 Oklahoma will start junior Blake Bell on Saturday against Tulsa. He replaces Trevor Knight, who beat out Bell during the preseason.
Stoops said Knight suffered a bruised knee late in the first half of Oklahoma's 16-7 win over West Virginia last Saturday and will miss up to two weeks. After suffering the injury, Knight continued to play in the third quarter before Bell finished the game for the Sooners.
While Oklahoma (2-0) has beaten Louisiana-Monroe and West Virginia to start the season, the Sooners' passing game - a strength with Sam Bradford, then Landry Jones, playing quarterback the past six seasons - has looked shaky. Knight has completed 43.8 percent of his passes for 205 yards, with four touchdowns and three interceptions, although he has rushed for 145 yards.
He threw two interceptions and lost a fumble against West Virginia, though Stoops conceded that the injury...