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Bring on the PodCats with Blatant Homerism’s Allen Kenney

The editor of the popular Oklahoma-centric college football blog and podcast says the Sooners offense will cause some serious problems for K-State, but Alex Barnes could do the same when the ‘Cats have the ball.

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This guy might be the most explosive quarterback in the Big 12, if not the country.
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Oklahoma’s offense always seems to reload, and Blatant Homerism founder and editor Allen Kenney says this year’s team is no different with quarterback Allen Kenney, running backs Trey Sermon (who might be out with an injury for Saturday’s game vs. K-State) and Kennedy Brooks, not to mention former walk-on receiver Lee Morris. He’s averaging 24 yards per catch with six touchdowns on 10 catches. Those absurd numbers are representative of an offense that’s almost too explosive for its own good.

The problem for OU this season is after they score, they have to play defense. Allen’s wary of what Alex Barnes could do with more than six carries (he still had 108 yards last season) and the Wildcat offense will be the group relied on most to keep the Sooners offense from going crazy. We also discussed why OU struggles to recruit the talent it needs and whether their defensive approach is a hindrance in the CFP.

Be sure to check out the Blatant Homerism blog and podcast, plus follow Allen on Twitter @blatanthomerism.

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