September 1, 2012; Dallas, TX, USA; Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver Kenny Stills (4) greets fans after the game against the UTEP Miners at Sun Bowl Stadium. Oklahoma won 24-7. Mandatory Credit: Jim Cowsert-US PRESSWIRE
Oklahoma looks to right the ship against Florida A&M.
The Oklahoma Sooners will look to rebound from a shaky opening game at UTEP in their home opener on Saturday. Making things easier for the Sooners will be their opponent, the FCS Florida A&M Rattlers, who shouldn't provide Oklahoma with much of a test.
Oklahoma will have to tighten things up from a week ago, though. They can't have a punt blocked like last week or get gashed in the running game. That last part wasn't made any easier by having just two defensive tackles available, which will be the case again this week.
All the way around, the Sooners need to turn things up a notch. Even the passing game, led by senior quarterback Landry Jones, had kinks. Getting suspended tight end Geneo Grissom should help with that, though, as the Sooners try to right the ship in a game that they should roll in.
Game Day/Time: Saturday, 6 p.m. CT
Venue: Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, Norman, Okla.
TV: Fox PPV
Odds: None available