Oklahoma won’t be changing things up on offense

Oklahoma didn’t do much offensively for three quarters against Tennessee and didn't do much good against Texas Saturday in the Cotton Bowl.

But that doesn't mean the Sooners are going to change things going forward.

Coach Bob Stoops made a commitment to new offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley and the Air-Raid offense so it's not like the team is going to scrap everything and go to the Wishbone.

“We said when we got here, if we had a tough game that didn't go our way, we're not going to flip the script and change a lot of things,” Riley said. “We're going to coach better and we're going to play better. We're going to be ready this week.”

It would be hard to imagine the Sooner offense doing much worse when the team travels to Kansas State for Saturday's game.

OU punted on seven of its first 10 drives against the Longhorns and couldn't manage 300 yards of offense against a team that came in allowing more than 500 per game.