Roundtable: Most disappointing Sooner 

October, 4, 2012
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Every Thursday during the season, the SoonerNation staff will answer a roundtable question about OU football. Leave a comment or talk about it in our "There's Only One" forum.

Today's question: Who has been OU's most disappointing player so far this season?

[+] EnlargeLandry Jones
AP Photo/Sue OgrockiOklahoma quarterback Landry Jones has completed 63.6 percent of his passes and five touchdowns and two interceptions this season.
Landry Jones is not playing like a fifth-year senior quarterback or top NFL prospect. The Oklahoma quarterback is struggling early this season and has admitted he's been trying to do too much at times. He's completed just 44 percent of his passes on third down this season and has thrown just six touchdown passes in seven games since Ryan Broyles was injured late in 2011. After a subpar finish to his season in 2011, it's easy to assume his confidence is shaken. OU needs to do everything it can to help him regain his confidence and get him to get back to maximizing his talent while limiting his mistakes. If he can, the Sooners can insert themselves right back into the Big 12 race.
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Oklahoma running back Samaje Perine is the winner of the Capital One Cup Impact Performance of the Week after rushing for an FBS-record 427 yards.
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