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OU football: Lincoln Riley has turned the spring game into an event

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Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley, right, talks with quarterback Jalen Hurts during the Spring Game on Friday night at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. Hurts was impressive in his OU debut, throwing for 174 yards and a touchdown.  [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]
Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley, right, talks with quarterback Jalen Hurts during the Spring Game on Friday night at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. Hurts was impressive in his OU debut, throwing for 174 yards and a touchdown. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]
NORMAN — Lincoln Riley has been Oklahoma’s football coach for 22 months, and over that time, he’s maintained lots of things. The success. The tradition. The prominence. But the thing he’s changed most is the spring game. Only two years ago – when Bob Stoops was still the head coach – the Sooner spring game was just that. The players were...
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