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The Oklahoma Sooners made it to the BCS Playoffs last season after winning the 2015 Big-Twelve title with an 11-1 overall record.
Oklahoma lost in the semi-finals to the Clemson Tigers. Head Coach Bob Stoops enters his eighteenth season on the sidelines in “TORNADO ALLEY”.
Oklahoma returns twelve starters to the 2016 roster and another Big-Twelve title is within reach. With everything going on in the Conference such as the Baylor scandal Oklahoma looks the odds on favorite to repeat.
A showdown with the upstart University of Houston Cougars at NRG Stadium in South Texas is the opener. Oklahoma hosts the Ohio State Buckeyes on September 17th. Their next game is on the road at TCU to begin October.
The 2016-17 Oklahoma Sooners offense and coordinator Lincoln Riley should be one of the best in the FBS.
Starting quarterback Baker Mayfield is one of the most active signal callers in the land. The Sooners ranked seventh in the nation with 530.2 of offense per contest.
The Oklahoma offense put up an average of 43.5 points per game. The running back tandem of Samaje Perine and Joe Mixon is one of the best in America.
Gone from the offense is All-American wideout Sterling Shepard but Dede Westbrook is still in play.
The Oklahoma offense will be one of the best in all of College Football. The Sooners offensive line returns intact, just two starters from last season must be replaced. The Sooners offense will have few tests along the way but should be an offensive juggernaut.
Bovada list the 2016-17 Oklahoma Sooners at -125 to win the Big Twelve Championship.
Defensive Coordinator Mike Stoops brother of the head coach will be without the services of four quality starters from last season, including emotional leader Eric Striker.
All four were the first team All-Conference selections last year.
However, four returnees made the second team All-Big Twelve team.
The Oklahoma Sooners defense allowed opponents twenty-two points per game last season.
Defensive End Charles Walker anchors the “BIG UGLY’S” up front. The Sooners are thin at the linebacker position with the departure of Striker.
The Oklahoma secondary should be the best in the conference led by cornerback Jordan Thomas.
Safeties Ahmad Thomas and Steven Parker have a year of experience under their belt and should be able to read opposing offenses.
The Oklahoma defense will get tested nearly every week in the high-powered Big Twelve Conference.
Free Betting Odds Prediction: The 2016-17 Oklahoma Sooners will post a 10-2 record.
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