The Oklahoman sports columnist Jenni Carlson answered questions from readers in today's Power Lunch chat. Read the entire chat recap here. Participate in our Power Lunch chats Monday-Friday at 11 a.m. at NewsOK.com/sports On three possible replacements for Jeff Capel at Oklahoma: I'll say Buzz Williams, Tad Boyle from Colorado and Terry Evans from UCO. I have no idea if Joe C. would give the job to a lower-division coach, but there's no one who wants the job more than Terry Evans. My feeling is, this isn't going to be a big-name, splash hire. I just don't see that happening. OU's last three hires, after all, have been from VCU (Capel), Washington State (Sampson) and Lamar (Tubbs). On current Marquette coach Buzz Williams replacing Capel at OU: Talking to Joe Castiglione yesterday, he sounds like a guy who's not opposed to any possibilities. Now, the question is, is Williams a good fit? He graduated from Oklahoma City University, so he has ties to the area. That's a good thing for OU's chances. My question is this -- is OU a better job than Marquette? Long term, I think it is better, but right now, OU doesn't look anywhere close to as good as Marquette. On the debut of Thunder center Kendrick Perkins: He was really, really solid. Remember, this guy has been on the shelf for several weeks, so he was bound to have some rust. Honestly, though, he played better than I thought he might first game back. I think what we saw, too, is that his presence helps everyone else so much. Look at Ibaka. All those blocks. Has he had games before with a bunch of rejections? Sure. But having Perkins in there opens Ibaka up to have even more. Last night was just a taste of what's to come. On who wins tonight in the first round of the NIT - Oklahoma State or Harvard: This is a much tougher question than anything related to the OU coaching search! In my mind, OSU is the better team, and if it plays the way it played in KC, it will win tonight. But will the Cowboys play that way? That is the question. I'll say that they will play well, and I'll give OSU the edge. I think they win a close one, 63-58.