In 2014 fans of Oklahoma football can say they witnessed a little Sooner magic of their own. A team that played musical chairs at the quarterback position, a team that lost key starters on both sides of the ball, a team with little depth, and a team with offensive identity issues for over the half the season - a team that found a way to pull it all together for one of the best stretch runs in the Bob Stoops era.
SoonerScoop.com and ScoopHD were there every step of the way this season covering every game, home and away, from every angle. From the ups of a huge win against Notre Dame, to the lows of losses to Texas and Baylor away from home, back to an amazing stretch run in brutally cold weather in Manhattan, Kan., and Stillwater, Okla.
Finally, the most improbable win of the Stoops era, and one of the biggest, a Sugar Bowl Championship win over No. 3 Alabama. Trevor Knight gave a performance for the ages at quarterback, then Oklahoma celebrated one of the biggest wins in the Bob Stoops era.
Here are parts one and two of Oklahoma's best highlights of the season through the eyes of SoonerScoop.com videographer Eddie Radosevich.
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SCOOPHD: OKLAHOMA'S 2014 HIGHLIGHTS PT. 1
SCOOPHD: OKLAHOMA'S 2014 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS PT. 2