Can Landry Jones Be a Better Pro Prospect Than Sam Bradford?

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Can Landry Jones Be a Better Pro Prospect Than Sam Bradford?
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Oklahoma hasn't had the richest history at the quarterback position over its existence. 

The program began in 1895 and is the most successful program of the modern era (post World War II) with 567 wins and a winning percentage of .763 since 1945. 

The program has seven national championships, 43 conference championships, 152 All-Americans (74 consensus) and five Heisman Trophy winners.

In addition, the school has had five coaches and 17 players inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame and holds the record for the longest winning streak in Division I-FBS history with 47 straight victories.

With all this being said, guys like Sam Bradford, Jason White and now Landry Jones are now starting to blossom into the all-time greats at the quarterback position for this prestigious school.

This is because former coach Barry Switzer ran the Wishbone offense to perfection, which rarely involved the quarterback throwing a pass. 

Now that you've had your history lesson on Oklahoma football, an intriguing two part question appears. What should we expect from the number one ranked Sooners this season? as well as which player was or will be more pro ready.

In this article, I'll predict Oklahoma's upcoming season, and I will throw out an offering to who I think will be the better pro prospect between Sam Bradford and Landry Jones if the 2011 season was already over. 

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