No starting QB yet for Oklahoma; Texas has answer
DALLAS (AP) - Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops was quick to point out Tuesday that there still is no final decision on who will be the Sooners' starting quarterback this season.
It has been quite a while since that has been a question for Stoops.
Landry Jones is gone after starting 50 games for Oklahoma the past four seasons, and becoming the Big 12's career passing leader with 16,646 yards.
Stoops says junior Blake Bell has competition for the job from sophomore Kendal Thompson and redshirt freshman Trevor Knight.
Texas coach Mack Brown finally got a break at Big 12 football media days from having to answer who will be his starter. The Longhorns have junior David Ash, whose 18 starts are the most among current league quarterbacks.
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