Unlike the league's defenders, the top talent on offense is all back next season.
That could mean big numbers on the scoreboard.
Justin Blackmon won the award last season, and could be even better as a junior. Can he top his 1,782 receiving yards and 20 touchdowns?
Ryan Broyles was one of the favorites before the season, but Blackmon surpassed him as the league's best receiver -- and the nation's best. Will he upset the order as a senior in 2011?
Landry Jones brings back the deepest corps of receivers he's ever thrown to, adding a couple possible impact freshmen to the mix. He already runs college football's fastest offense and threw the ball more than anyone last season. Will that bring the league's offensive player of the year award, and perhaps a Heisman?
Brandon Weeden, like Jones, brings back his top target in the passing game. But will his new offensive coordinator, Todd Monken, be able to keep the bar high for Oklahoma State's offense?
Cyrus Gray closed the season better than almost anyone last season, carrying with him a streak of 100 yards rushing in seven consecutive games. How long will that continue now that his teammate in the backfield, Christine Michael, returns from a broken leg?