Oklahoma’s offense was forgettable last season, ranking 82nd in the nation in the passing game, so longtime coach Bob Stoops let co-offensive coordinators Josh Huepel and Jay Norvell go and replaced them with East Carolina offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley.
Heading into the season, it appears that nobody is more excited than sophomore fullback Dimitri Flowers, who posted his excitement on Twitter.
It’s no secret that East Carolina was a fun team to watch last year with Riley running the offense, as the Pirates ranked sixth in the nation in total offense and third in passing offense. Given how Flowers only rushed for 14 yards last year, he has every reason to be excited.
On top of that, with key players like quarterback Trevor Knight and running back Samaje Perine also returning, the Sooners’ offense is definitely going to be one of the most fun to watch in 2015.
Oklahoma opens the season at home against Akron on September 5.
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