But he’s shown through the first seven games that he adds an element OU hasn’t had in years. The Sooners didn’t have a true point guard last season and it’s been years since they truly did.
“Characteristic of this group is they’ve been very unselfish. They haven’t been concerned about the stat sheet,” OU coach Lon Kruger said. “They keep moving the ball. They want to get the ball to people and get good results. A lot of people are doing that. It’s good to see a lot of plays being made for each other, and guys stepping up and knocking down shots.”
When you have a good point guard, it seems like that happens a lot. Woodard is showing all the signs of being a pretty good one.
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