The Oklahoma Sooners are heading into their bye week riding a 2-0 start for the sixth time in the last seven years.
However, it isn’t all sunshine and rainbows in Norman.
A 69-13 thumping over Florida A&M Saturday put to rest much of the criticism facing the Sooners after a sluggish opening-week performance against UTEP. Still, many questions remain.
Although the final score displayed a comfortable 24-7 victory, the Sooners relied on two late fourth-quarter touchdowns to finally put the pesky Miners away. In fact, the Sooners were tied at halftime and could easily have been behind had it not been for three botched field goals by UTEP's kickers.
While the schedule might say there isn’t any football to be played in Oklahoma this weekend, Bob Stoops may have other ideas for his players.
With a more than likely 3-0 and top-15 Kansas State squad coming into town this weekend, the Sooners need to make the most of their practice time.
Here are three fixes the Sooners must make during the bye week.