It hasn't been determined, but now that the Landry Jones era has reached its end, Blake Bell will likely be called upon to man the reins as the Oklahoma Sooners' starting quarterback.
Bell isn't the prototypical Sooners quarterback. He brings something to the table that Josh Heupel, Sam Bradford and Landry Jones didn't: mobility.
Jason White showed flashes of it before tearing up both of his knees. Rhett Bomar wowed us with his legs as well before Stoops booted him for off-the-field issues.
Most offensive coordinators build their offenses around the abilities of their starting quarterback. However, Heupel, now Oklahoma's offensive coordinator, has yet to work with a player with Bell's skill set. Things have to be changed in order to mold the plays around Bell.
Heupel will surely stick with his roots and keep the offense running from the shotgun, but with Bell at quarterback, it could be a run-first attack.
Here are five ways Heupel's offense could change with Bell as the new signal-caller.