Per ESPN -
Littrell, who played fullback on Oklahoma's 2000 national title team, likely would take the lead coordinator role as the Sooners replace Jeff Lebby, who left to become Mississippi State's head coach earlier this week.
Finley, a former Sooners tight end who spent time with three NFL teams, has been at his alma mater since 2021. He's the team's associate head coach for offense in addition to working with the tight ends and H-backs.
Regarding the previous post quoting smut2006, therein lies the problem with the NIL.
1. You all are paying players $40K to just be on the team. Has nothing to do with name, image or likeness, but is purely pay for play.
The NCAA doesn't have the balls to reign this in and it will end up ruining the best sport out there.