With high-powered attacks arising in the Big 12 conference, there is a need to score more points often and early with Bob Stoops’ Oklahoma Sooner offense.
Though at times Landry Jones struggled on the road, the offensive scheme Kevin Wilson created worked to the skillset of each player amassing an average of 481 yards per game during the 2010 season.
The key to success?
Each player within the offense uses their ability to process information quickly to run a fast-paced no huddle offense that throws unsuspecting defenses off guard.
Though football is a team sport, there are standouts at numerous positions. These players are key ingredients to what makes an offense special and so productive.
This slideshow will present the seven key players for the 2011 Oklahoma Sooners offense.