The Oklahoma Sooners reported for the start of fall camp Wednesday. And this year, the Sooners went digital with their playbooks, passing out iPads to the players before their first practice Thursday.
Shoutout to @OU_Football for the new iPads for play books. The grind starts tomorrow and the season is finally upon us!
— Valar Morghulis (@chukaduka) July 31, 2014
The playbook for Oklahoma kicker Michael Hunnicutt, however, came loaded with just one play.
We got iPads for our playbooks today. Here's the only play loaded on mine.. pic.twitter.com/3TcEpjx5wj
— S. M. Hunnicutt (@Hunnicutt08) July 31, 2014
Hunnicutt, who will vie to become the first All-American kicker in Oklahoma history, knows how to kick the ball through the uprights. He went 24 of 27 on field goals last season.
Of course, that's not all Hunnicutt can do. He scored a touchdown off a fake field goal in the upset win at Oklahoma State that catapulted the Sooners to the Allstate Sugar Bowl.
Hunnicutt did not divulge on Twitter whether his iPad also included another fake play.