OU 35, Kansas 13: Postgame thoughts
That means the Landry Jones era has officially begun. Jones was sharp in the second half against Kansas, and really pretty well the whole game. In the first half, he didn’t get much help from his receivers, outside Ryan Broyles.
Jones completed 26 of 38 passes for 252 yards and 2 TDs. The lone pick wasn’t his fault, as it bounced off the hands of Cam Kenney into the arms of a Kansas safety.
The Sooners appear to be in good hands with Jones going forward. H
* Adron Tennell had the best game in his career. Tennell, after a terrible start to the season, is getting a second chance due to the inconsistent play of the other WRs. Tennell had 6 catches, 47 yards and a TD.
* It was nice to see Chris Brown get going again on the ground game. The Sooners have had a heck of a time running the ball this year behind its current line. Still, 66 yards against Kansas is hardly a banner day. For the Sooners to win out, they have to run the ball more efficiently than they have.
* The o-line instability continues. Tavaris Jeffries was suspended. And RT Cory Brandon got the start over Jarvis Jones, which speaks more to Jones’ inconsistent play. Only LT Trent Williams has started every game on the line this season. And he’s currently banged up with a slightly sprained ankle.
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