Sooners head coach Bob Stoops is 160-39 in 15 seasons with Oklahoma. He has never had a losing season, owns 8 Bowl wins and an undefeated National Title win in 2000.
The Oklahoma Sooners were the pride of the Big Twelve conference in 2013 after beating the former two-time National Champion Alabama Crimson Tide in the Sugar Bowl. The Sooners enter 2014 as favorites to win the Conference title, but are not ready to stop there – they want a National Title.
Who Is Gone?
The Sooners lost leading receiver Jalen Saunders (Jets).
The Bulldogs lost a pair of talented defensive linemen in Justin Ellis (Raiders) and IK Enemkpali (Jets).
Who Is Here?
Head coach Bob Stoops made a controversial move before the 2013 Sugar Bowl by benching QB Blake Bell for Trevor Knight – but the gamble paid off as Knight threw for 348 yards and four touchdowns to earn MVP honors in the 45-31 win over Alabama. The team will also be without highly-touted transfer Dorial Beckham-Green, who was ruled ineligible after transferring from Missouri.
Not even a competition. The Sooners have an elite group of talent that dwarf most of the Big Twelve conference. The idea that the Bulldogs would be able to match them blow for blow seems almost laughable.