Landry Jones isn't sure exactly when he took the step from solid signal-caller to elite quarterback.
But his Oklahoma teammates and coaches have a good idea, tracing it back to the second half at Texas A&M last season.
Down 19-0, the Sooners were on the verge of being routed. Instead, Jones -- almost single-handedly -- brought OU to within a field goal of taking the lead.
The Aggies ultimately held on for the win. But it was a significant steppingstone in ...
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