Is it possible to have too many weapons? OU writer John Helsley and columnist Berry Tramel discuss whether the Sooners have enough plays to go around. John Helsley: Add Ryan Broyles to the mix of Sooners capable of playing a feature role on offense, joining DeMarco Murray, Jermaine Gresham, Juaquin Iglesias, Chris Brown, Manny Johnson... but wait. There's not that many balls to go around every game. Are we bound to see some Sooners stewing over their lack of involvement? Berry Tramel: No. This isn't the NFL. These guys have parents, not agents, jabbering in their ear, and they've tuned out parents by this time. Besides, the new play clock means more plays than ever, so everyone will get their fair share. Helsley: We'll see how that new play clock works out when a decent opponent decides not to participate in OU's hurry-up methods and runs the ball on occasion. All I know is this, and I've heard it a gazillion times over the years, every offensive skill player insists he's a playmaker. Tramel: That would be a problem if the Sooners had Chad Cinco de Mayo on one side and Keyshawn Johnson on the other. But Manny Johnson and Juaquin Iglesias are good soldiers, Ryan Broyles knows he's lucky to still have a scholarship and DeMarco Murray gets to touch the ball more than anybody besides Sammy B. I don't see a problem. Helsley: See, you failed to mention Gresham. And Brown. And what about Quentin Chaney? Playmakers want the ball. Period. The Sooners have more than their share. We thought Malcolm Kelly was a good soldier, too, until he broke rank at Colorado last year and left his true self exposed. Maybe Sammy B. can spread the wealth. Tramel: Good point about Kelly. But Quentin Chaney? We're worried about Quentin Chaney's frame of mind? Chris Brown? We're worried about backup tailbacks? So that leaves Gresham, who has 10 catches and two TDs through two games. There are plenty of footballs to go around.