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As Bob Stoops prepares to lead Oklahoma onto the practice field this spring, the new faces in prominent roles are plentiful.
Everett Golson threw for 177 yards and plunged in for the decisive 1-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter, Manti Te'o bolstered his Heisman Trophy candidacy with a late interception and No. 5 Notre Dame beat No. 8 Oklahoma 30-13 on Saturday night to remain undefeated.
The rush onto the field was a long hoped-for release for Missouri fans, a celebration of a monumental upset after so much heartache over the years _ and so much recently against Oklahoma.
Strange as it may sound, Tony Jefferson caught himself looking beyond Oklahoma's showdown with Florida State to a game he was anticipating even more.
If Bob Stoops had his way, the practice of redshirting incoming freshmen to save them for later would be scrapped at Oklahoma.
"You come off a three-loss season where you felt you should have been undefeated," safety Tony Jefferson said. "That hurts you inside and gives you a different perspective on what you need to change in the upcoming season."