Oklahoma's made a living in the Big 12 of late on the back of its offense. The Sooners have the raw talent on this year's team, but the pieces have a lot of gelling to do in the weeks to come, or Oklahoma may be depending on its defense a whole lot in 2012.
The Sooners scored just 10 points in the first three quarters of their 24-7 win over UTEP that had everybody in the crimson and cream justifiably sweating.
The 10:30 p.m. ET road kickoff was a weird one, and the Sooners looked out of sorts from the start. The biggest problem? The offensive line. The unit lost starting center Ben Habern to retirement because of nagging injuries and starting guard Tyler Evans for the season after a knee injury. That left them looking to replace 59 starts on the line, and Saturday night, it showed.
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