Triple option: Questions on defensive line 

April, 16, 2012
Every weekday morning, a member of the SoonerNation gives his take on three things happening in the Sooner sports world.

1. Coming out of the spring, the biggest question answered is the secondary. To me, that was the biggest concern going into the spring, considering the Sooners struggled in several games last season, and then had to replace cornerback Jamell Fleming, who might have been their best DB over the last two years. But the secondary seems to have really responded to Mike Stoops, and other than the jump-ball bomb to Jaz Reynolds, didn't give up any big passing plays in the Red-White game.

The Sooners did it too without one of the their covermen in Aaron Colvin (shoulder), who figures to move to cornerback in the fall to fill the void left by Fleming. With budding stars like Colvin and Tony Jefferson and a lock-down corner in Demontre Hurst, the secondary looks like the strength of the defense.
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