OU-Tulsa Breakdown: Offensive line shines 

September, 5, 2011
It’s hard to imagine a better start to the 2011 season for the Oklahoma Sooners.

Oklahoma dominated Tulsa on its way to a 47-14 win at Owen Field on Saturday and the Sooners got out of the game relatively injury-free despite a couple of nicks and bruises. At second glance on the OU’s victory, here are a couple of things that stood out:

-- It cannot be stated enough how well OU’s offensive line played. The Sooners gained 663 total yards, averaged 6.6 yards per play and amassed 34 first downs. None of that is possible without a rotation of Ben Habern, Gabe Ikard, Stephen Good, Tyler Evans, Donald Stevenson, Daryl Williams and Lane Johnson. OU dominated up front and consistently got a push against Tulsa’s defense.
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