The Oklahoma Sooners had three members of their offense honored as first-team All-Americans by the Associated Press. Tight end Mark Andrews, quarterback Baker Mayfield, and offensive tackle Orlando Brown made the prestigious cut.
To put it lightly, that’s a lot of talent on one team. The Sooners have one of the strongest offenses in the nation, they’re ranked no. 1 in the nation by nearly every metric.
Oklahoma will be facing off against the strongest defenses in the nation in the semifinals. The Georgia Bulldogs and AP First Team All-American Roquan Smith are waiting in the Rose Bowl, and they will be an absolute challenge for the Sooners.
All the same, it’s an honor to be named to the Associated Press’ First Team All-American list, and Andrews, Mayfield, and Brown should be proud that they made the cut. It’s an honor that you’ll be able to hold on to for the rest of your life.
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