Sunday, September 14, 2008

OU vs. Washington: Post Game Articles and Columns

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Granger suffers leg injury: The Sooners' only problem of the night came during the final drive of the first half, when DeMarcus Granger went down with a left leg injury. The junior defensive tackle, among OU's four-man rotation at defensive tackle, returned to the sideline in the second half on crutches and with a black boot around his lower leg. (Tulsa World)

Kickoff coverage changes: OU made two personnel changes on its kickoff coverage Saturday night. Backup linebacker Austin Box and fullback Matt Clapp replaced backup linebackers Mike Balogun and J.R. Bryant on the unit. (Norman Transcript)

Coach Stoops wins 100th career win at OU:
The Oklahoman takes a look at previous OU head coaches record at 100th career win.

Coach (Overall record), Record at 100, Winning Pct.
Bud Wilkinson (145-29-4), 100-8-3, .926
Barry Switzer (157-29-4), 100-18-3, .849
Bob Stoops (100-22), 100-22, .819
Bennie Owen (122-54-16), 100-33-9, .760

Sooners win big in Seattle: Norman Transcript

That's how you do it: Norman Transcript

OU O-line dominates: The Oklahoman

OU defense erases woes in rout: The Oklahoman

OU Report Card: The Oklahoman

OU by the numbers: The Oklahoman

Beware of these Sooners: The Oklahoman

Norman pair shine for Sooners: The Oklahoman

OU's opening drive set tone: The Oklahoman

OU fans get Husky treatment -- a boat ride to game: The Oklahoman

Sooners dominate Washington in road victory: Tulsa World

Sooners show strength on ground: Tulsa World

Sooners look good, but work remains: Tulsa World

Report Card: Tulsa World

Oklahoma leaves Huskies 0-3: Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Poor snaps, turnovers hasten Huskies' demise: Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Huskies humiliated by Oklahoma 55-14: Seattle Times

Oklahoma aftermath: Seattle Times

No road bumps for Sooners: Dallas Morning News

Oklahoma victory a thing of beauty: Ft. Worth Star-Telegram
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