Oklahoma position grades: Quarterback 

January, 23, 2012
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Before the Sooners' 31-14 win over Iowa in the Insight Bowl, Jake Trotter and Brandon Chatmon analyzed each Oklahoma position group. Now, the SoonerNation staff is giving each position a grade for its performance in 2011.

Grade: B
Landry Jones was supposed to contend for a Heisman Trophy. Instead, his completion percentage and touchdown-to-interception ratio plunged late in the season. Ryan Broyles’ injury had much to do with that. But Jones would be the first to admit this wasn’t the season he hoped to have. Overall, though, Jones still had a solid season, throwing for almost 4,500 yards and 29 touchdowns. Backup quarterback Blake Bell was a revelation out of the Belldozer package, and ended up leading the Sooners with 13 rushing touchdowns.
- Jake Trotter
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