Friday, September 12, 2008

R.J. Washington to play soon

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Washington expected to play: Defensive ends coach Chris Wilson said that freshman defensive end R.J. Washington likely will play for the first time this season Saturday against Washington. "We're expecting to see him this week," Wilson said. "He's had a really good week of practice." The Sooners have lost two defensive ends since the season started, prompting the OU coaches to consider pulling Washington out of redshirt. First, senior John Williams left the team. Then, redshirt freshman Frank Alexander was stabbed in the arm during a party and is not expected back until TCU in two weeks at the earliest. "We just need to keep getting R.J. reps, and if we do, I'll believe he'll really pay off for us later in the season," Wilson said. Washington was considered the gem of the 2008 recruiting class after being rated by many as the top high school defensive end in the nation. (The Oklahoman)

Gresham's message to Sooner fans:

Husky QB a real threat: Norman Transcript

Sooners looking for win on the road: Tulsa World

OU Football Notebook: Tulsa World

Poor Venables never stood a chance: Tulsa World

Huskies' Locker will be hard to contain: The Oklahoman

Sooners touted as offensive Cyclone: Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Potent Sooners big test for Husky defense: Kitap Sun
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