🔟 Takes: Oklahoma 52, TCU 31
A familiar type of OU game broke out on Saturday with a new quarterback under center.
Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium had a buzz about it Saturday.
Not uncommon for a homecoming game. But the renewed excitement in Norman stems from the Sooners finding themselves a bit while on the road for two weeks.
OU returned home and fulfilled the nearly month-old requests made for a quarterback change when Lincoln Riley’s offense looked far from what the fifth-year coach has put out in the past.
Oklahoma beat TCU 52-31 behind the arm and legs of true freshman quarterback Caleb Williams, who replaced Spencer Rattler as OU’s QB1. And for the first time all season, OU looks closer to the team that was advertised in the preseason.
A few thoughts following the win:
Yep, Caleb Williams is it. He’s the guy. The Sooners true freshman was phenomenal in his starting debut. He threw for 295 yards and four touchdowns, completing 18 of 23 passing attempts. He also had 66 rushing yards on nine carries, one of which went for a 41-yard score that Kyler Murray would be proud of. It’s undeniabl…
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