Sunday, October 5, 2008

OU vs. Baylor: Post Game Articles and Notes

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

10 shy of 30,000: 10 points were needed for OU to become the first school in college football history to score 30,000. By total points, OU is the highest-scoring program in college football history with 29,990. (The Oklahoman)

Iglesias No. 2 all-time: Juaquin Iglesias caught six passes for 133 yards to move into second place on OU's all-time receiving yardage list. He has 2,112 yards, three more than Antwone Savage. Mark Clayton is OU's all-time leader with 3,241 yards. (Tulsa World)

Johnson surprised Sooners scored only 49 points: The way Manny Johnson saw it, the Sooners came up short in one category against Baylor. Points. "We only scored 49 points," Johnson said. "After getting 28 in the first quarter, you'd have thought that we'd get more than that." (The Oklahoman)

McCoy, Cooper, Murray injured: Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy hobbled off the field in the second half after twisting his ankle. But after a brief evaluation by trainers, he was back on his feet walking the sidelines. He never took his shoe off nor left the bench. "I'm good, I'm good," McCoy said. Center Jon Cooper left the game with a sprained knee, but said he too will be ready for Texas. Running back DeMarco Murray had an ice pack on his right knee after the game, but appeared to be walking without a limp. "We have some nicks," coach Bob Stoops said. "But I don't think there's anything too serious." (The Oklahoman)

Sooners avoid trap: Norman Transcript

Great but monotonous: Norman Transcript

Bears coach praises OU: The Oklahoman

OU report card: The Oklahoman

Venables nitpicks three Baylor drives: The Oklahoman

No. 1 OU bewilders Bears: The Oklahoman

Receivers rev up offense for OU: The Oklahoman

Early penalty sunk Baylor vs. OU: The Oklahoman

Vanilla will melt come Texas: The Oklahoman

Baylor benefits from Bradford pick: The Oklahoman

Sooner secondary locks things down: Norman Transcript

Sooners grin and Bear it: Tulsa World

Cooper and McCoy hurt: Tulsa World

Sooners use Bears to prep for Longhorns: Tulsa World

Baylor Quoteboard: Tulsa World

OU Report Card: Tulsa World

Baylor only target practice for top-ranked Oklahoma: Waco Tribune

Bears 'not that far apart' from Sooners, Briles says: Waco Tribune

Sooners live up to their name with first-quarter burst: Waco Tribune

Oklahoma receivers have field day against Baylor secondary: Waco Tribune

Oklahoma takes control: Dallas Morning News

Unbeaten OU, UT should make Red River Rivalry hard to beat: Dallas Morning News

No. 1 OU routs Baylor, eyes Texas: Dallas Morning News

Baylor's Griffin makes OU a believer: Dallas Morning News

Ex-Gorman star Murray scores twice for No. 1 Sooners: Las Vegas Sun

Oklahoma businesslike in victory: Ft. Worth Star-Telegram

Longhorns make a statement with defense: Ft. Worth Star-Telegram

Texas defense looks good after stuffing the Buffs: Austin American-Statesman

Baylor's Griffin a handful as Sooners prep for real McCoy: Austin American-Statesman

Sooners Run Past Baylor: Crimson and Cream Machine
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