Considering the expectations at the beginning of the season and the complete dominance at times throughout Oklahoma's offense was absolutely terrific this season. Sam Bradford passed for nearly 3,000 yards and OU's running back machine of Brown, Murray and Patrick ran for over 2,200 yards and let's not forget the 37 receiving touchdowns that went around as well.
With all of that production it'll be extremely difficult to pick out just one person and name him the offensive player of the year but we are after all Sooners and therefore we love a challenge. Here are the candidates.
Known as fabulous freshman #1 Bradford set the Sooner Nation, and the record books, on fire with his 70.1 completion percentage, 2,879 passing yards, 34 touchdowns and 180.5 QB rating. For a freshman Sam was cool under pressure and puts a touch on the ball that reminded many of Jason White.
Gresham emerged this season as one of the most talented tight ends to ever play for the Sooners. He was virtually unstoppable against Texas and tortured linebackers as well as safeties all season long. Gresham caught 34 passes for 484 yards and 11 touchdowns. He averaged 14.2 yards a reception with his longest being 43 yards.
Oklahoma's junior receiver scored 9 touchdowns on 49 receptions while racking up 821 receiving yards. Among the receivers on the team with 10 or more catches Kelly was tops in yards per reception with 16.8. His longest reception on the season was 65 yards.
Fabulous freshman #2, Murray led Oklahoma's running backs in yards per carry (6.0) and touchdowns (13). His 5 touchdown opening night performance along with his 70 yard touchdown scamper against Texas established him as a hero in Norman. Murray picked up 764 yards on 127 carries.
Patrick's season wasn't quite what we had hoped it would be but it was impressive. He led the OU running backs in total rushing yards with 927 as well as yards per game 77.2. He scored 8 touchdowns on 159 carries and had a season long run of 69 yards.
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