Bob Stoops Talks About New Coaches, Offense, as Spring Football Gets Set to Start

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Oklahoma head football coach Bob Stoops addressed the media on Thursday, March 5, in Norman, two days before spring practice begins for the Sooners.

OU will have a new look for next season, with four new assistant coaches and a new offensive approach, led by new offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley.

Stoops feels the coaches are all familiar with the system Riley is bringing to Norman, and doesn't think the transition will be difficult at all.

Oklahoma is also looking for someone to step up and win the starting quarterback position, with four players in the mix as spring begins.

Texas Tech transfer Baker Mayfield, Edmond Santa Fe product Justice Hansen, Cody Thomas, and Trevor Knight are all competing for the job.

OU begins spring practice Saturday, March 7, and concludes with the  Red-White Game on April 11.


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