Searching for OU’s offensive identity with former Sooner Dimitri Flowers

Searching for OU’s offensive identity with former Sooner Dimitri Flowers

In the Trenches with Sam Mayes: The former Oklahoma fullback joins me to diagnose OU's offensive problems.

Sam Mayes

By Sam Mayes

| Nov 8, 2023, 7:00pm CST

Sam Mayes

By Sam Mayes

Nov 8, 2023, 7:00pm CST

Oklahoma’s offense this season has been extremely effective at times, but noticeably in many big moments this season its has lacked an identity. In back-to-back games that lack of an identity has haunted the Sooners and cost them a potential undefeated season. I’m joined on “In the Trenches” by former Sooners fullback Dimitri Flowers to discuss why this offense is lacking an identity coming out of the Bedlam weekend.

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Sam Mayes grew up in Ohio, was an All-American lineman at Oklahoma State and has lived in Oklahoma for 20 years. With insights from his playing days, Sam started his broadcasting journey at Triple Play Sports Radio in 2007. He later joined the Sports Animal, and then 107.7 The Franchise. While passionate about football, Sam's involvement with Fields & Futures since 2015 showcases his dedication to using sports for community building in Oklahoma. Off-air, Sam cherishes time with his fiancée, their five kids, and his schnauzer, Scout.

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