(9/22) OU Football Articles and Notes

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

TCU denies spying on OU: Oklahoma closed its preseason scrimmages this season. Well-connected Tulsa World columnist Dave Sittler linked the move to the Horned Frogs' 17-10 upset of OU in 2005. He suggested OU coach Bob Stoops closed the scrimmages because he felt "information some friends of the TCU program picked up watching the scrimmages" in 2005 helped the Horned Frogs beat the Sooners. Patterson raised the subject following his team's win over Stanford on Sept. 13 and addressed it again in a phone interview Sunday. The Horned Frogs taped the publicly available TV broadcast of Oklahoma's spring game, Patterson said, looking for schemes and personnel. "As far as us watching their practices, I took a little bit of offense that they would think that I would have someone go and spy on their practices, because, absolutely, that did not happen," Patterson said. "But did we watch the spring tapes as far as the spring game? We did, and I watched all summer." (More at Dallas Morning News)

Family Motivates Lendy Holmes: SoonerSports.com

Four questions ... about OU football: The Oklahoman

Breaking down TCU: The Oklahoman

OU Notebook: The Oklahoman

OU commitment originally hails from England: The Oklahoman

Sooners stay at No. 2, TCU moves into Top 25: The Oklahoman

Sooner offense cruising so far: Tulsa World

Past success is a blueprint for new guys: Tulsa World

Know the Foe -- TCU: Tulsa World

Big 12 packed with proficient passers: Dallas Morning News

TCU makes Top 25, but second-ranked Oklahoma awaits: Ft. Worth Star-Telegram

Sooners and Tigers remain at top of Big 12 rankings: ESPN.com CFB Blog
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