The Man Formerly Known As Belldozer Is Now a Former QB

Published on 12-Feb-2014 by Coach
Football - NCAA / NCAA Football Daily Review

Face it, this dude just looks like a tight end.

The man formerly known as the 'Belldozer' will now play a position currently known as tight end.

Blake Bell, the 6-6, 250lb physical freak, will be moving to tight end in his final season as an Oklahoma Sooner.

Bell started eight games at quarterback for the Sooners. Here was his first one:

While accumulating decent stats as a dual-threat quarterback, Bell had the opportunity to transfer with immediate eligibility to play said position somewhere else, but he's opted to finish his career as a Sooner.

Trevor Knight, a redshirt freshman in 2013 and Sugar Bowl MVP against the Alabama Crimson Tide, is expected to be the starter for the 2014 season. But don't think that Bell won't line up at quarterback in some wildcat packages or run-pass situations. 

Oklahoma hyped the Belldozer before last season as their next great leader:

Upon further review, this highlight package gives a hint as to why Bob Stoops wants him to be a tight end.

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