Oklahoma favored to win another title

The Associated Press - July 16, 2018 9:56 am

FRISCO, Texas (AP) – Oklahoma is going into the Big 12 Conference’s football media days favored to win another title even without quarterback Baker Mayfield.
The Sooners won the title and went to the College Football Playoff again last year in its first season without coach Bob Stoops.
Now they won’t have the Heisman Trophy winner who led them to three Big 12 titles in a row.
This will be coach Lincoln Riley’s first time without Mayfield. Riley was Oklahoma’s offensive coordinator two years before succeeding Stoops.

 

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