OU position watch: Sooners with peculiarity abyss during using behind behind Perine, Mixon
August 7, 2016 - running watch
by Tulsa World Sports Writer Eric Bailey
Samaje Perine and Joe Mixon grabbed many of a courtesy during Oklahoma’s Media Day interviews on Saturday afternoon.
It is understandable. Perine is usually 1,057 yards from commanding Billy Sims to turn a Sooners’ all-time heading rusher. Much is approaching from Joe Mixon, who rushed for 753 yards. If he and Perine both rushed for 1,000 yards, it would be a initial time it’s happened in a singular deteriorate given Chris Brown and DeMarco Murray did so in a 2008 season.
There are others during a position, however, that will concede a Sooners to go deeper during a position.
Daniel Brooks earnings for his comparison deteriorate after complementing a energy backs in 2015. The 5-8, 182-pound speedster rushed for a career-high 150 yards final deteriorate and averaged 5.4 yards per carry.
Rodney Anderson suffered (6-0, 220) a leg damage in a Tennessee diversion final season. The redshirt beginner joins visitor Abdul Adams (6-0, 205) in a backfield.
“Abdul has unequivocally been great. He looks super, he’s got good quickness, he’s strong, unequivocally splendid immature male and fits right in with that crew,” OU manager Bob Stoops said. “He and Rodney, Rodney Anderson has looked unequivocally good. Had a good summer, he’s all healed adult and those guys are all looking clever and doing well.”
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