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How a family neighborhood in Norman helped Oklahoma rebound from last year's disappointment to reach the College Football Playoff

By Lindsay Schnell
December 30, 2015

Oklahoma has rebounded from a disappointing season in 2014 to reach the College Football Playoff with a chance against Clemson in the Orange Bowl to reach the national championship.

Chemistry has been key to the Sooners’ rise this year, as they’ve become uncommonly close as a unit. At least some of that chemistry has been built in a place that you might not expect: a quiet neighborhood in Norman, full of children and families.

On this special edition of the SI College Football Podcast, host Lindsay Schnell explores what's distinctive about this year’s Sooners, and how a neighborhood has helped a football team.

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