Monday, October 6, 2008

Cooper and McCoy injuries appear minor

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Cooper and McCoy update: Oklahoma hopes to have defensive tackle Gerald McCoy and center Jon Cooper healthy for Saturday's showdown with Texas, after the two were hurt (McCoy injured his toe and Cooper sprained his knee) at Baylor over the weekend. Asked Sunday if McCoy was all right, OU coach Bob Stoops said: "We'll see. I believe so, but I've yet to get a report from our trainer." Asked about Cooper, OU offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson said: "I talked to Scott (Anderson, the Sooners' head athletics trainer) and I think he's going to be pretty good... I expect Jon to go. I don't think it's a big deal, but we'll sense more tomorrow and see how it is." (Tulsa World)

Reynolds' perfect game: Middle linebacker Ryan Reynolds made a season high 14 tackles against Baylor, including two for losses. Defensive coordinator Brent Venables said it was about as good a game as one of his linebackers has ever played. "He graded out at 100 percent. I don't know that I've ever had that before," he said of Reynold's performance. "I tried to be very nit-picky and he graded out at 100 percent. He does a lot out there. I thought after the game that he played very well and it only confirmed watching the video." (Norman Transcript)

It's time for Texas: Norman Transcript

GameDay going back to Dallas for OU-Texas: The Oklahoman

Four questions on OU football: The Oklahoman

It's a good time to be a college football fan in Oklahoma: The Oklahoman

Former Longhorn Durant wonders if there is any room for OU-Texas love this weekend: The Oklahoman

Hungry 'Horns await Sooners: Tulsa World

Fast starts key in Sooner wins: Tulsa World

Know the Foe: Tulsa World

Here's your OU-Texas state of the week: Tulsa World

OU, OSU face big challenges: Tulsa World

Magic back in Texas-Oklahoma matchup: Austin American-Statesman

The matchups -- defensive ends: Austin American-Statesman

Three questions for 'Horns this week: Austin American-Statesman

Oklahoma familiar with Texas' Muschamp: Dallas Morning News

Oklahoma receivers present problem for Texas: Dallas Morning News

Time for a deep-fried rivalry: Dallas Morning News

Texas Oklahoma recruiting pipeline: Dallas Morning News

Oklahoma-Texas -- Where are they Now?: Dallas Morning News

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

Defensive improvement gives Texas a chance to beat Oklahoma: Star-Telegram

Oklahoma Texas Both teams enter undefeated: Houston Chronicle

After some years away, focus returns to Red River: New York Times

OU-UT to be a real shootout: Denver Post

No stumbling into this 'River': Chicago Sun-Times

No. 1 Oklahoma, Texas to collide: Seattle Times

Longhorns peaking in time for Sooners:

Big 12 rankings:

By taking care of business, next week is set:
Share this PostTwitter sharePin ThisShare on TumblrShare on Google PlusEmail This