Annual food drive set for Saturday

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Annual 14 Foundation Holiday Food Drive is Saturday: The eighth annual 14 Foundation Holiday Food Drive collection will be held this Saturday prior to the Oklahoma-Nebraska game. Volunteers will be stationed outside the stadium gates to accept cash donations only. The event was founded by Josh Heupel's 14 Foundation and has picked up partnerships with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. In its early years, the food drive extended to just a few families, but the scope has grown considerably. This year the drive will target 750 families in seven communities across Oklahoma. It is expected that some 3,000 meals will be served as a results. Families have been chosen in Ada, Enid, Kingfisher, Norman, Oklahoma City, Sand Springs, and Stillwater to help this Thanksgiving. The food will consist of a Thanksgiving meal along with four additional meals for each family. The Sooner Football program assists, each year, in meeting the Norman families by hosting a night at the Switzer Center for each of them to enjoy meeting the players. The Sooner players also assist in the distribution of the food to the families in attendance. (SoonerSports PR)

Box forced to learn early against K-State: The first game as No. 4 Oklahoma's first-string middle linebacker was filled with learning moments for (Austin) Box, a redshirt freshmen who's now being called on to replace injured starter Ryan Reynolds. Some of them, particularly that 29-yard touchdown catch by Kansas State tight end Jeron Mastrud that left Box visibly upset with himself, were harder lessons than others. "It was definitely a big wake-up for me. I like to think that I handled it well and eventually settled in and kind of got my feet under me," Box said. (More at The Oklahoman)

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OU's Norvell knows Nebraska: The Oklahoman

OU's prospects bright: The Oklahoman

Huskers look to push through fatigue, soreness: Lincoln Journal-Star

Oklahoma Insider: Lincoln Journal-Star

Lucky is sharper for OU: Omaha World-Herald

NU looks to control football against OU: Omaha World-Herald

Huskers look to use clock-controlling offense to slow Sooners: Grand Island Independent

Nebraska-Oklahoma game will be reunion for coaches: Dallas Morning News

Sooners' tough defense has 'self-inflicted' wounds: Star-Telegram

When Did Winning Stop Being Enough? Crimson and Cream Machine
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