Ryan Broyles. Dominique Whaley. Tony Jefferson. Tom Wort.
Those are just some of the players listed on the Sooners' injury report. Oklahoma has been hit hard by the injury bug, and it's going to be interesting to see how they deal with the loss of key players.
Roy Finch has proven himself to be a solid back behind Whaley, and he could become more of a focal point now that Broyles is out for the season. OU hasn't been much of running team this season, but that could change if Finch proves himself to be the answer at the position.
Jefferson is likely to make a comeback this week, as I said in the last slide, but it's still worth noting that he'll do so with a sprained MCL.
Wort sprained his ankle against Texas A&M and didn't practice at all during the bye week. However, it's likely that the coaches are just resting him and he will see himself on the field against Baylor.
He probably won't play every down because the coaches are going to be looking to get everyone healthy before the OK State game, but he should play more than half the snaps.
The Sooners really need to figure out what they're going to do on offense without two key players before the season-ending contest with the Cowboys. Look for the offense to be somewhat conservative this week, as Bob Stoops figures out what he's going to do, and then open up more moving forward.