Knight has been listed as questionable all week, but with such a massive line I
am sure the Wise Men in Vegas already knows he is going to play as NO way they would task the redshirt freshman to cover that much chalk against
a Kansas squad that has been getting better and better every week since the dismissal of Charlie Weiss. Nevertheless,
even if Trevor Knight plays, Clint Bowen is coaching for the permanent head
coaching job and he has enough playmakers on both sides of the ball to stay
within this HUGE number.
that being said, put me down for Kansas
plus the extremely generous head start for a Nickel please. Thanks!
Bowen did NOT do himself a favor today as his offensive coordinator was terrible
and he did NOT make any adjustments defensively to counter the OU run game. NO way in the world you should lose that bad
and the opposing QB doesn’t pass for 50 yards.
At any rate, nice job Oklahoma
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Freshman Cody Thomas makes his second career start when No. 22 Oklahoma hosts Kansas on Saturday, and coach Bob Stoops expects a better game from the 6-4, 211-pound quarterback. "I feel confident he'll even make a bigger jump this week, having been out there that whole game and having the experience of it,'' Stoops told reporters about Thomas, who was 10-of-20 for 133 yards with a touchdown and three interceptions in a 42-30 victory over Texas Tech last week.
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