Though not the one you think, Dillon Gabriel still has an Alamo Bowl role to play for Sooners
If Dillon Gabriel has an interest in sticking the landing of his Sooner departure even more magnificently than he already has, there’s one thing left for him to do.
Remain with the team through the Alamo Bowl, be there to help the Sooners take down a very good Arizona team that’s claimed six straight games, three of them over ranked teams, put on the uniform on one more time and do everything he can to steer Oklahoma toward an 11th victory.
He should do all of that.
As Jackson Arnold’s backup.
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