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SoonerScoop podcast: Wrapping up the OU spring game

Bob Przybyloby:Bob Przybylo04/21/24


The OU spring game is in the books. More than 45,000 fans were in attendance for what turned out to be a pretty nice afternoon in Norman.

Nobody got injured, so that’s always a positive. And you got your first taste of what this team can look like for Brent Venables in 2024 in the SEC.

SoonerScoop was there for it all, and it’s time to break it all down. Carey Murdock, Eddie Radosevich and George Stoia are back for another edition of the Eskridge Lexus Postgame podcast.

Biggest storylines? Biggest surprises? Just how many recruits were there, and how much fireworks can be expected from the visitors? Where does OU stand heading into portal season?

It’s all here in the 46-minute SoonerScoop Eskridge Lexus Postgame spring game podcast.

Murdock summary:

Carey, Eddie and George are here to breakdown what they saw from the Sooners on offense and defense in the annual Red & White Game. The biggest story was the connection between Jackson Arnold and Deion Burks. Burks looks like a star and the offensive line actually did a nice job blocking for the running backs and giving Arnold some protection.

We’ll go over who played for OU, who sat out and who didn’t play well. And Jovantae Barnes continues to be a mystery. He suited out, but didn’t play in the scrimmage. And pretty much every other running back on the roster did play. The defense had plenty of moments too. The defensive line flashed a little bit. Gracen Halton, Davon Sears, David Stone and Jayden Jackson had their moments. P.J. Adebawore also had moments along with R Mason Thomas and Ethan Downs. We’re breaking it all down. Secondary, linebackers, defensive line, quarterbacks, running backs, receivers, tight ends, special teams, you name it. All right here on the Eskridge Lexus Postgame podcast.

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