NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -- Oklahoma's three quarterback candidates have proven that they can protect the football and avoid the big mistake most of the time.
Now, offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson wants to see what the competition looks like when the trio play as if they've got a green light instead of a yellow one.
Wilson says the Sooners need to start making a few plays because they're leaving some offense on the field.
Redshirt freshman Sam Bradford made the most plays at the eighth-ranked Sooners' scrimmage Saturday, completing 12 of 17 passes for four touchdown passes. Freshman Keith Nichol went 5-16 for 82 yards and one touchdown, and junior Joey Halzle went 8-23 for 47 yards and an interception that was returned for a touchdown.
Still, no starter was anointed.