What to make of Dillon Gabriel’s departure from OU

What to make of Dillon Gabriel’s departure from OU

The Jenni & Berry Show: Dillon Gabriel has entered the transfer portal after two years at OU, and no one seems all that broken up about losing the talented quarterback.

Jenni Carlson

By Jenni Carlson

| Dec 4, 2023, 2:28pm CST

Jenni Carlson

By Jenni Carlson

Dec 4, 2023, 2:28pm CST

We knew Dillon Gabriel might leave OU after this season, but we didn’t expect it to be for another college team. On Monday, however, the Sooner quarterback entered the transfer portal. What does that mean for the Sooners moving forward? What is Gabriel’s legacy after two years in Norman? And how much more intrigue will the Alamo Bowl hold? Berry and I talked about all that and more on this week’s OU episode of The Jenni & Berry Show.

1:45: Are you surprised Dillon Gabriel entered the transfer portal?

3:15: It seemed like this was always going to be Gabriel’s last season, even if no one was saying it late in the year.

4:32: What if Gabriel ends up on a team that plays OU next season?

6:33: How are we supposed to look at Gabriel’s legacy at OU?

7:53: What will Gabriel be most remembered for?

9:27: Where might Gabriel land?

15:15: What does the Alamo Bowl now mean for OU?

18:30: What do you think of Seth Littrell as the new offensive coordinator?

22:10: What challenges will Littrell face in his first season?

22:40: How close was OU to making a New Year’s Six Bowl?

26:00: Why being in this position would be a lot worse a year from now

27:20: How should Sooners everywhere feel about what they saw in the Big 12 Championship Game?

Producer: Jacquelyn Musgrove

Creative director: Michael Lane

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Jenni Carlson is a columnist with the Sellout Crowd network. Follow her on Twitter at @JenniCarlson_OK. Email [email protected].

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