In the year of the unpredictable, the virus could throw a wrench into Oklahoma Offensive Line Coach Bill Bedenbaugh’s best-laid plans at any point. But fortunately, he’s got a wealth of talent at his disposal, including newcomers like Andrew Raym, Nate Anderson, Anton Harrison and Noah Nelson. He’s got particular praise for those young guns, and says they’re already challenging the elder statesmen along the Sooner line.

The interior offensive line obviously revolves around All-American center Creed Humphrey, who provided stability in 2019 as the Sooners rolled out new starters at every other offensive line position. Humphrey could have jumped to the NFL and likely become an early-round draft pick, but chose to return for his redshirt junior season in 2020.

“We have a lot of depth,” Bedenbaugh said. “There are some really good players that are going to have to be on our scout teams. Guys know that the person behind them is pushing them. It’s a fortunate thing for me that guys have to compete every day. I really feel good about our depth inside, as good as I’ve felt since I’ve been here.”

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