Sooners set eyes on title

It's a familiar scene for Oklahoma fans eagerly awaiting the program's eighth national championship.
Just as the Sooners start getting hyped as a favorite to win the
title, a key player goes down with an injury before the season even
begins.
It happened two years ago when Oklahoma was loaded with talent
after a loss in the BCS championship game. It happened this week
when three-year starter Travis Lewis felt a pop in his left big
toe.
The Sooners still hope to break the SEC's five-year stranglehold
on the national championship behind quarterback Landry Jones,
receiver Ryan Broyles and a defense with seven returning starters.


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