OU’s Knight Enjoying Offseason, Ready For New Year

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Trevor Knight started the 2013 season as the University of Oklahoma's starting quarterback and ended it that way, winning the Sugar Bowl's most valuable player award.

After the memorable performance in the Sooners' win over Alabama, expectations are high for the San Antonio native.

Knight was part of a mission trip to Haiti, ran Fellowship of Christian Athlete meetings and lead his team through offseason workouts in the offseason.

Oklahoma's starting quarterback says "you dream of" experiencing stuff like this as a kid growing up liking football.

The redshirt sophomore played in eight games last year, completing 59 percent of his passes, throwing for nine touchdowns and five interceptions.

Knight also showed skills running the ball as well, rushing for 445 yards and two touchdowns in 2013.

Here's Bob Barry Jr. on the Sooners starting signal caller from Big 12 media days in Dallas, Texas.

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