Oklahoma Sooners Football: Why Boomer Sooner Will Roll to the Title Game
Last year the Oklahoma Sooners had a great season going 12-2 and finishing ranked in the top 10 in football.
Going into the season this year they are ranked No. 1, and with good reason.
The Sooners are obviously the pride of the Big 12 right now with Texas entering the season unranked and Texas A&M and Oklahoma State trying to establish themselves as yearly contenders.
In 2011 the Sooners return the majority of their starters from 2010, but will obviously miss DeMarco Murray on offense.
Even without Murray the Sooners have a scary offense which will be led by Landry Jones and Ryan Broyles.
The toughest opponents Oklahoma will have to get through are Florida State, Texas A&M, and Oklahoma State. The games against Florida State and Oklahoma State are both on the road, and both teams are in the top 10.
However, both Florida State and Oklahoma State don't appear to stack up well against Oklahoma.Last year Oklahoma beat Florida State by 30, but narrowly defeated Oklahoma State.
With another year under their belt Oklahoma should be ready to take on these challenges and win both games. The best news for Oklahoma is that by starting the year at No. 1 they might even be able to lose a game and still make the championship. It's hard to imagine this team losing more than once.
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