NORMAN, Okla. -- Setting out to become simply one of the final six women's gymnastics teams left standing, Oklahoma nearly came home with its first national championship last season.
Finishing second in the country has a way of changing what seems possible for a program that never before had made it to the NCAA finals.
"I have that same notion that they have now, that it's realistic for us to win," Sooners coach K.J. Kindler said. "I guess in my daydreams, I'll be honest, when I'm sitting in my office or we're working on something, in my daydreams, I see that happening.