Video gurus ease coaches' workload
NORMAN, Okla. -- The clock pushes past 8 p.m. and the Switzer Center is empty. Bob Stoops, having just disposed of Texas, is at home with his wife and three kids. Freshman phenom Adrian Peterson, having already rushed for 225 yards, is resting in his dorm room. The day-to-day commotion of Sooner football has been replaced by silence.
Except on the second floor. There, a disco ball spins next to a spotlight, reflecting miniature beams of light throughout the dimly lit office. "Play that Funky ...
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