After a drop in the polls following a close win against Utah State, some Oklahoma fans have that sinking feeling.
The media, of course, hasn't helped ease any either, with most having the same knee-jerk reaction. Like the season is now in jeopardy because a lowly Aggie team (and not the good one) stepped onto Owen Field and almost ended the nation's longest home winning streak.
Pay no attention to them, people. Well, pay some attention, but just don't jump ship on an Oklahoma BCS chase just yet. There is not enough evidence to support that claim.
The critics do have a few things to go on. Yes, it was a close win to a team not expected to accomplish much. Yes, at times the Sooners looked sub-par, on both sides of the ball.
The game was far from all bad, though, and actually really good for short periods.
While some can't wait to point out what went wrong, or why the Sooners and staff are in over their heads, I think we should all take a look at ten good things to come out the first game of the Oklahoma Sooners 2010 football season.
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