FILE- In this Saturday, Sept. 3, 2016, file photo, Oklahoma cornerback Dakota Austin (27) and Houston wide receiver Chance Allen (21) reach for a pass that fell incomplete in the second half of Houston's 33-23 victory in an NCAA college football game in Houston. Oklahoma's defense couldn't handle Houston quarterback Greg Ward Jr., and defensive coordinator Mike Stoops has one week to get things right before Ohio State and J.T Barrett visit. The Sooners will try to get their defense back on track Saturday against Louisiana-Monroe. (AP Photo/George Bridges, File)

Not sure you could call exposing a significant weakness during a season-opening loss, but the AP thinks that might be the case

…but the Cougars might have done the Sooners a favor by showing them what they need to fix in the secondary with Ohio State looming

Source: Oklahoma DC: Changes at corner could follow Houston loss

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