Or just more blog fantasies? Bob Stoops' biggest fan writes (last paragraph most important):
I want to see USC and OU play. I don't know if LSU is third or what, but there's no question the Sooners and Trojans are the two best. I'm not complaining about the BCS. It is what it is. Until the college presidents agree to a playoff system, there's not going to be a perfect system, and the BCS generally has worked pretty well.
Pete Carroll has assembled the most talented team in the country. Bob Stoops is the best coach. There's no one even close. He has won with power running teams and with passing teams. Why does he always seem to have these big, talented defensive ends when our local NFL team can't find even one?
NFL scouts love the Sooners. One guy told me the basic difference between OU and Texas players is that OU players get better while they're in college. OU coaches apparently do more one-on-one work. Texas coaches apparently emphasize more team stuff.
I'm hearing there's a sense of urgency at the University of Texas about the state of the program. Mack Brown may sense things slipping, and that's why he's apparently considering changes to his coaching staff on both sides of the ball. -- Richard Justice
Most of the attention of late has been of Akina. Changes coming on the offensive side of the ball as well?