Folks, the weather is beautiful here.
For all the talk about rainy Seattle, our cities seem to have traded place this weekend, with downpours expected back home where most of you are. On the bright side, if you’re like me, it kept you away from the mower for a week.
On the bright side here, the glorious weather predicted throughout the weekend means no weather-induced sloppiness to equalize the talent gap between the Sooners and Huskies.
Should be a great setting (see Jake Trotter’s post with a pic of Husky Stadium on the water) for OU to make a statement about leaving last season’s road struggles behind. And it all comes down to the offense.
When the Sooners struggled a year ago, it was mostly the offense’s sputtering that dragged them down.
Could OU’s new no-huddle approach could be an energizer toward preventing such sluggishness? Playing fast could dictate pace and tempo and get the Sooners going. We’ll see.
Washington is very aware of OU’s offense.
Check out this story from Friday in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
Thanks for reading.
– By John Helsley
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