Reviewing the Texas game on DVR, and seeing some sideline shots of Mac during the beat down, it looks like he is without a clue. Why do you think that is? Has time passed him by?
I don't think time has passed him by, but I do think OU has a clear edge in the rivalry. The Sooners play with an edge. And they seem to rally better after adversity. This season looked bleak after KSU, but OU has restored its confidence. Same with 2010, when the Sooners looked dead in the water but rallied to win the Big 12.
Top 5 Texas replacement coaches?
Fantasy list? 1. Saban; 2. Urban Meyer; 3. Pete Carroll; 4. Bob Stoops; 5. Chip Kelly. Reality list: 1. Les Miles; 2. Chris Peterson; 3. Art Briles; 4. Gary Patterson; 5. Mike Gundy.
Where was Blake Jackson during the KU game? Will he play against ISU?
I asked the same question and didn't get a good answer. I think OSU abandoned the passing game in Lawrence, because of the conditions and Walsh's uncertain play. I assume Blake Jackson will be prominent again this week, but you never know. The OSU offense has been hard to figure this year, because of off weeks and QB changes, etc.
How will Jalen Saunders help the team the remainder of the year?
I think he'll be a big factor. He looks very evasive in the open field. I think he will soon become a primary target for Landry. Wouldn't surprise me if he's the No. 2 receiver going forward. Of course, I'm judging all that off the Texas game. So it probably would be best to see him another week.
Is it too early for an OU/Notre Dame prediction?
No. Sooners win easily. I don't think Notre Dame can score.
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