College GameDay to Broadcast Live! from Cotton Bowl

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

ESPN College GameDay at Cotton Bowl: ESPN's College GameDay will be at the OU-Texas football game this week at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. The show starts at 9 a.m. Saturday, two hours before kickoff between OU and Texas. The Sooners' game against the Longhorns will be televised on ABC HD. College GameDay will be on ESPN HD. GameDay is hosted by Chris Fowler, with analysts Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit and Desmond Howard. According to a press release from ESPN, the first hour of the show will originate from outside the Cotton Bowl. The second hour will originate from the field inside the stadium. (Tulsa World)

Injury update; Granger, McCoy expected to play: After practice on Monday, coach Bob Stoops raised the hopes of Sooner fans everywhere. "Everyone practiced to some degree today," Stoops said. "And right now our trainers are pretty optimistic and feel that everyone will be ready to play. Now, I'm not going to detail it all week on who is where, what percentage — I don't know how to do any of that. It's their feeling today that everyone's expected to play. If I know at one point that someone isn't going to play, then I'll say so." The question marks surrounded a pair of captains in defensive tackle Gerald McCoy and center Jon Cooper, and defensive tackle DeMarcus Granger, a former starter who hasn't played since a foot injury at Washington. (Tulsa World)

The real McCoy? Texas QB regains form: The Oklahoman

Red River win won't change recruiting: The Oklahoman

OU Notebook -- Clayton earns co-defensive player honors: The Oklahoman

OU staff optimistic on injured players: The Oklahoman

This year, OU-Texas is how it should be: OU Daily

Dallas showdown could make or break Sooners’ season: OU Daily

Stoops kicks up the confidence: Tulsa World

Ex-Sooners, 'Horns honor hero: Tulsa World

Stoops discusses OU-Texas game in teleconference: Tulsa World

Stoops thrives in OU-Texas week: Tulsa World

Oklahoma emphasizes being victorious visitors: Dallas Morning News

Texas hopes to get to Oklahoma's Bradford: Dallas Morning News

Lines could decide Red River Rivalry: Ft. Worth Star-Telegram

Defensive coordinator bleeds energy into Texas defense: Ft. Worth Star-Telegram

RB Chris Ogbonnaya to start against OU: Ft. Worth Star-Telegram

Stoops is transformed by Red River Rivalry hope: ESPN.com

Healthy Oklahoma defensive front adds to Texas' woes: ESPN.com

Power Rankings -- Sooners, Tide then who?: ESPN.com

Matchup -- The receivers: Austin American-Statesman

Scouting Oklahoma: Austin American-Statesman

Notebook -- Ogbonnaya gets start, UT still seeks answers: Austin American-Statesman

When Texas-OU play, turnovers are key: Austin American-Statesman

Questions and answers on UT-OU matchup: Austin American-Statesman

McCoy has made name for himself among Sooners: Austin American-Statesman

OU's Reynolds took tough road to perfection: San Antonio Express-News

Lewis goes from running back to OU's leading tackler: San Antonio Express-News

Stakes keep getting bigger for Stoops, Brown: San Antonio Express-News

Running game still a puzzle for UT: San Antonio Express-News

Red River Rivalry -- Gunning for No. 1: San Antonio Express-News

No. 1 Sooners could be healed in time for Texas: Associated Press/Google News

Texas-OU Notes -- Third downs an issue for 'Horns: Houston Chronicle

It's a fitting time for Red River Shootout: Fox Sports.com
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