Oklahoma Football: 5 Areas Needing Improvement for Sooners

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Oklahoma Football: 5 Areas Needing Improvement for Sooners
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There were only a few big questions leading into the 2011 season for Bob Stoops and his highly-ranked Sooners, and most of them have been answered.

The running back situation sorted itself out with walk-on junior Dominique Whaley grabbing the starting job with his electrifying performances.

A few early errors had fans worried, but the inexperienced defensive secondary has come together and is playing at a very high level.

Landry Jones seems to have turned the corner as a quarterback. He is making smart decisions and  some incredible throws, including the 3rd-and-25 strike to Jaz Reynolds for a first down last week against Texas.

The team seems to be growing and coming together like all Stoops teams, but there are still a few places the squad needs to improve if they wish to cash in on the program's eighth National Title.

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