Bomar's dismissal levels Big 12 playing field
Oklahoma's 8-4 record last season was supposed to be an aberration -- only a one-year blip in the dynasty that Bob Stoops was restoring at one of college football's most storied programs. With one of the game's most promising quarterbacks and perhaps its most talented running back, Oklahoma was going to be a factor in the BCS again this season.
There were plenty of reasons for optimism in Norman: Quarterback Rhett Bomar and the 11 other freshmen that Stoops was forced to play in 2005 are sophomores ...
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