We are probably younger if not its splitting hairs. We also were without an All American WR, our starting QB was sidelined with a cast on his finger, and without KHP.
We lost because we got cute on short yardage downs.
I'm all for change for the better, but what is needed is not drastic.
Lets hope A). whatever is linguirng Is enough to run off Rhule and Staff. B). Whatever is lingering hinders the replacement. C). They get slammed.
Either way, they will have a major drop off next year as they are extremely senior loaded (which is one of the reasons for their success this year).
I think the last time he didn't have an eventual #1 overall draft pick (2014) at QB he lost two games in November and his first and December.....then lost a bowl. Not that that matters a hill of beans but you asked.
OU just played their toughest game. They lost. There are 2-3 games on their...
My entire point, is that KSU is the best team OU has played. They got beat. OU's numbers are inflated to date much in part to their schedule being lopsided.
And reaching back the last three years to build an argument for this year is nothing but a weak argument. Under that logic LR could...
Yeah, this is a solid point. That said, not sure I can remember a year where OU played their 5 toughest games consecutively at the end of the year.
KSU is the best team OU has played. A injured Texas team is 2nd. I guess you can split hairs between WVU, UCLA, Kansas, and TT.
Agreed, salary references are ridiculous.
If you make 5m and the everyone else gets paid 4-6m to beat you....you can't expect that $ to guarantee wins. That 5m salary is (as you are saying) becoming dated.
LOL, if Sanders was playing better and we were winning these games your narrative would still be "He should have played last year".
All of our games were too close to screw around with in 2018 and there is no doubt that we were playing the right guy with Corn. If the running game was last...