Oklahoma Sooners Football: 5 Dream Scenarios for 2011

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Oklahoma Sooners Football: 5 Dream Scenarios for 2011
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The Oklahoma Sooners ended last season with a convincing 48-20 win over the University of Connecticut Huskies in the BCS Fiesta Bowl, thus breaking a bowl losing streak since the 2003 Rose Bowl.

Bob Stoops has been the Sooners' coach since 1999, and claimed the 2000 National Championship. 

Stoops has had success in the Big 12, as his teams have routed heavyweights Texas, Nebraska, and Colorado.  He has compiled a 129-31 record in arguably the best up and coming division in college football.

Led by returning QB Landry Jones, the Sooners are ranked No. 1 in the early preseason polls and for good reason.  Last season, they defeated Oklahoma State, and beat Nebraska in the Big 12 Championship game.

This season, the Sooners are going to get back to what they do best: Being in the hunt for national titles.

Here are five dream scenarios for Bob Stoops and the Sooners in 2011:

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