Granger to undergo rehab

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

DeMarcus Granger opts for rehabilitation on foot: Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops said that Sooner defensive tackle DeMarcus Granger has elected to rehabilitate his injured left foot rather than undergo potentially season-ending surgery. Granger incurred the injury during the Sept. 13 game at Washington. Stoops added that Granger should be out of action three-four weeks, "and then we'll just see from there." (SoonerSports PR)

Crowder Football Scholarship fund: Sooner fans wishing to send contributions to the Eddie Crowder Football Scholarship fund are being asked to send checks payable to the OU Foundation to OU Athletics, 180 W. Brooks St., Norman, OK, 73019. Crowder, who played quarterback at OU in the 1950s, died Sept. 9 in a Lafayette, Colo., hospital from complications of leukemia. He was 77. (The Oklahoman)

McCoy -- I'm always on the go: SoonerSports.com

How to cope with an open date: The Oklahoman

OU Notebook: The Oklahoman

Granger will try to rehab injured foot: The Oklahoman

OU's Bradford climbing Heisman list: The Oklahoman

Q&A with OU's Juaquin Iglesias: The Oklahoman

Granger chooses to rehab foot: Tulsa World

OU Notebook: Tulsa World

OU putting on a 'clinic': Tulsa World

Time to turn the big dogs loose on one another: Austin American-Statesman

Sooners' offensive line focused on fulfilling its potential: Ft. Worth Star-Telegram

The day in Big 12 filled with solid matchups: Ft. Worth Star-Telegram
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