Manny Johnson limited in practice

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

OU-Nebraska Game of the Century reunion set: They won't be suiting up, but more than 50 Oklahoma and Nebraska players who participated in the 1971 Game of the Century will be honored during Saturday's game. Among those who plan to attend the ceremonies: Tom Brahaney, Leon Crosswhite, Chuck Fairbanks, Greg Pruitt, Joe Wylie from OU and John Dutton, Larry Jacobson, Jeff Kinney, Tom Osborne and Johnny Rodgers from Nebraska. (The Oklahoman)

Johnson limited in practice: Receiver Manny Johnson participated in practice Monday on a limited basis, and coach Bob Stoops said his status for Saturday's game with Nebraska would be determined as the week progressed. (Star-Telegram)

Granger finally speaks: Monday night after practice, Oklahoma defensive tackle DeMarcus Granger met the media for the first time since being sent home from the Fiesta Bowl for trying to steal a coat. He was reluctant to talk much about that incident. "It was a mistake. I apologized," he said. "I'm just happy to be back playing at the university." Was Granger worried that might not happen? "I'm just happy that it didn't," he replied. (Tulsa World)

OU-Texas A&M kickoff TBD: The kickoff time for Oklahoma's Nov. 8 game at Texas A&M won't be set until Sunday following this week's Big 12 Conference games. ABC has invoked its six-day window for announcing its Nov. 8 Big 12 options. The OU-A&M game will be shown on either FSN at 11 a.m., or on ABC at 2:30 p.m. or 7 p.m. (Tulsa World)

Sooners have been big-played: Norman Transcript

Lewis league's best: Norman Transcript

OU 'D' in the dumps: Tulsa World

Stoops discusses Nebraska game during teleconference: Tulsa World

OU's Lewis named Big 12 football defensive player of the week: Tulsa World

Baseball screwing up Sooners-Canes: Tulsa World

Stoops addresses OU-Nebraska rivalry, Pelini: The Oklahoman

Plenty of Red Raiders fans: The Oklahoman

Sooners suffering on defense without Reynolds as its leader: The Oklahoman

Lucky's maturity shows on field: Lincoln Journal-Star

Huskers trying to cut penalties, keep attitude: Lincoln Journal-Star

Coaches shared lives and homes: Omaha World-Herald

NU Notes -- Coach still has confidence in fumble-prone RB: Omaha World-Herald
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