Monday, October 13, 2008

ABC to televise Kansas-OU

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Kansas-OU set for 2:30 kickoff on ABC: ABC has announced that it will televise the Oklahoma-Kansas football game from Norman this Saturday. The network has set the kickoff time for 2:30 p.m. Oklahoma is ranked No. 4 in the Associated Press poll released today, while the Jayhawks, who own Big wins over Iowa State and Colorado, are No. 16. (SoonerSports.com)

OU-Texas 2nd highest rated CFB game of '08: From Sports Media Watch...The Longhorns' 45-35 victory over the Sooners drew a 6.3 overnight rating on ABC Saturday, marking the second best overnight of the season, behind only an 8.4 for Ohio State/USC in September. The 6.3 overnight is the best for a Noon regular season college football game since Ohio State/Michigan drew a 6.4 in 2007.

Box to replace Reynolds? Bob Stoops indicated Sunday that having Box play the middle is "probably what we'll do, but we're going to work through that." "Austin is not ready to be declared the guy," defensive coordinator Brent Venables said. "You have to go out there and earn it. It will be whoever is most consistent and whoever can make the plays that position requires you to make." (Tulsa World)

Venables on DeMarcus Granger recovery: "We hope and expect that he continues to get better and get a steady number of more snaps every week," defensive coordinator Brent Venables said. "We'll just see how that all works."(Norman Transcript)

Sooners looking ahead: Norman Transcript

Fixing the defense top priority: The Oklahoman

OU Notebook: The Oklahoman

Breaking down Kansas: The Oklahoman

Four questions about Oklahoma football: The Oklahoman

Upset Saturday -- Big 12 has a new look: The Oklahoman

OU needs help to return to top: Tulsa World

Know the Foe -- Kansas: Tulsa World

Reality check in Norman: Tulsa World

Lineabcker's injury leaves major void for Sooners: Dallas Morning News

Oklahoma weighing options at middle linebacker: Star-Telegram

Big 12 trends are starting to come to the surface: Star-Telegram

KU's starting DT out against OU: Topeka Capital-Journal

Jayhawks crow over run game: Lawrence Journal-World

Jayhawks' to-do list shrinking: Wichita Eagle

With Oklahoma on the horizon, KU takes care of business: Wichita Eagle

Bowl Projections: ESPN.com
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