NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops says that while quarterback Blake Bell will start in two weeks at Notre Dame, he's not ready to name a starter for the rest of the season.
Bell threw for 413 yards and four touchdowns as the No. 14 Sooners (3-0) beat Tulsa 51-20 on Saturday, a performance Stoops says was the best debut in the program's history for a quarterback in his first start.
The performance came after Bell lost the job to Trevor Knight during the preseason, and after Knight missed the game against the Golden Hurricane with a knee injury.
Stoops will continue to see how Bell, Knight and Kendal Thompson - who is coming back from a broken foot - perform before naming a starter for the rest of the season.

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