One of the greatest Oklahoma football players to ever play, Roy Williams was a huge reason for Oklahoma's early success with Bob Stoops. No. 38 was a daunting safety who's nickname was Superman after the miraculous play in the Red River Rivalry game where he jumped over the Texas linemen forcing an interception to win the football game. It's one of the most memorable plays in Oklahoma football history.
In 2001, Superman was a first team All-American, Jim Thorpe Award winner, Nagurski Trophy winner, and was a first round draft pick after that season. He went on to be one of the most successful Sooners in the NFL under Bob Stoops, going on to be a 5x Pro Bowler with the Dallas Cowboys.
Number 38 will always be remembered in Norman as Superman's number, where he'll go down as one of the greatest players to ever walk Owen Field.