Sputtering out of the gate with a season-opening loss, No. 12 Oklahoma got exactly what it needed with a tuneup in Week 2.
Now, it's time to test out whether the Sooners' machine is
running smoothly again.
Oklahoma (1-1) figured to face little resistance when it
scheduled its second game against Idaho State, a Football
Championship Subdivision foe that went 1-11 last season. The
Sooners romped 64-0 on Saturday in what was essentially a glorified
scrimmage to fix all that went wrong in the opening 14-13 loss to
Coach Bob Stoops said Tuesday that he was pleased with the
Sooners' overall fundamental play but understands that the
competition will continue to get more difficult.
Oklahoma hosts Tulsa (2-0) on Saturday.
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