Oklahoma Sooners vs. Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks: 5 Players to Watch

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November 17, 2012; Morgantown, WV, USA; Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver Trey Metoyer (17) catches a pass on the field before playing the West Virginia Mountaineers at Milan Puskar Stadium . Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Brennan Clay, Damien Williams, Roy Finch

This is a three- (or four)-headed monster in the Oklahoma Sooners’ backfield, and that is a good thing. The fact is that with these three running backs, plus fullback Trey Millard, the Oklahoma Sooners can pick and choose who they hand the ball to based on the situation. Plus, with Trevor Knight a scrambling quarterback, the running game is more valuable than it has been since DeMarco Murray was on campus.

Brannan Clay comes in with the most experience, Damien Williams has the amazing speed and Roy Finch is a mystery, someone who the coaches ignored completely in 2012, but comes into his senior season ready to prove a point. Add in Millard, who is the best bet for the tough yards, and you have a combination of players who can really help Trevor Knight get comfortable in this offense.