Landry Jones Ensuring That Oklahoma’s Long Line of Quality QBs Will Continue

Posted by J. Robert Byrom on September-21-2009 Add Comments

Josh Heupel came and rewrote almost all the passing records. His feat was small as Oklahoma had long been a power running team prior to his arrival.

Despite winning a national championship less than a decade ago, already he has coached the players that have all but banished him from the Oklahoma record books. His feat was small, but Heisman winners Jason White and Sam Bradford had a much tougher feat.

Now Landry Jones has done something that none of Bob Stoops' three great QBs have been able to do: throw six TDs in one game.

Jones may have to sit for the rest of the year, as Bradford should return before the Miami game on Oct. 3; however, in his two-and-a-half games filling in for the injured Bradford, he has shown t...

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