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Oklahoma's Dimitri Flowers "Loves" Team's New Offense, "Can't Wait" To Get Season Started

After a lackluster 8-5 season in Norman, Bob Stoops and Oklahoma made a number of coaching changes following the 2014 campaign. Most notably, the Sooners parted ways with co-offensive coordinators Josh Heupel and Jay Norvell, who oversaw one of the worst passing attacks in the Big 12 last year.

Oklahoma then hired Lincoln Riley away from East Carolina to become its next offensive coordinator. And judging by a tweet from sophomore fullback Dimitri Flowers, he has the players pumped up for the new system he's installing. Flowers only rushed for 14 yards in his first season, and he figures to get more action in his second stint.

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There's been a great deal of pessimism surrounding Stoops' program since last season ended, so anything that gets the players amped up for 2015 is a great sign. We'll find out what Flowers is talking about in just a few short weeks.