Boyd, Morgan need OU offers


NORMAN, Okla. -- Oklahoma has put its recruiting priority on the defensive side of the ball in 2013, based on how the 2012 class shook out.

The Sooners, however, aren't neglecting the offensive side of the ball. They're simply taking a little bit longer than normal in pulling the trigger.

And even though OU still doesn't have any commits for the class, that doesn't mean the Sooners need to change up their philosophy. But offering these five recruits on offense couldn't hurt.