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Bring on the PodCats with Allen Kenney

Allen Kenney returns to explain why OU’s defense looks so much better this season but Sooner fans are still concerned about whether their offense is good enough to avoid a third straight loss to Kansas State.

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Perhaps giving Eric Gray the ball more is the solution to Oklahoma’s offensive woes.
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It wasn’t surprising to hear Blatant Homerism podcast host and Crimson and Cream Machine/Athlon Sports writer Allen Kenney tell us Sooner fans are a little worried about whether OU can beat Kansas State for the first time in 3 years. Perhaps the more shocking thing this year is that Oklahoma’s biggest concern is its struggling offense, particularly the offensive line.

Allen explained why the Spencer Rattler criticisms might be a little off-base, and suggested some ideas for how Oklahoma’s offense might best attack the Kansas State defense. Of course, we also had to get some answers about OU’s impending move to the SEC, and it was nice to hear Allen’s going to miss a few things about the Big 12.

You can check out Allen’s work at Athlon Sports and Crimson and Cream Machine, and be sure to listen to his Blatant Homerism podcast. Follow him on Twitter @BlatantHomerism.

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