By JOHN P. WISE
One Great Season
NORMAN, Okla. -- If there's one question mark about the Oklahoma Sooners this year, it's their offensive line. There's a lot of talent and experience they need to fill, and this year one key change is at center.
That's where Brody Eldridge, a former fullback who was such a good blocker that he earned All Big XII honors without registering a single carry in 2007, will be the new starter.
Slightly undersized at 265 pounds, he's spent much of the preseason bumping up against 291-pound Adrian Taylor, a key cog in what will no doubt be one of the nation's finest defensive fronts.
Taylor, referenced previously on OGS for what he expected to be a major throwdown in his father's Dallas kitchen this weekend, described some tricks he's got up his sleeve as he tries to prep Eldridge for his new role.