Thursday, October 16, 2008

Pair of Sooners named to mid-season All-American team

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Bradford, Robinson named to mid-season All-American by Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford and offensive guard Duke Robinson have been named to the mid-season All-America team selected by Bradford, who led the nation in passing efficiency last season, is No. 2 in that statistic this season. The sophomore from Oklahoma City has completed 134-of-185 passes for 2,052 yards with 23 touchdowns and just five interceptions. Last Saturday against Texas, he threw five TD strikes to raise his career total to 59, an NCAA record over a freshman and sophomore season. Robinson, a consensus All-American last season, is OU's starter at left guard. The Sooner offense ranks No. 4 in scoring and passing and is No. 6 in total yards. (

OU ground game hits a road block: The Oklahoman

Bradford will run, if needed: The Oklahoman

Sooners seek answers to running game woes: The Oklahoman

Strong bond connects Stoops, Mangino: The Oklahoman

Up close with Dominique Franks: Tulsa World

Venables fired up for Mangino, OU-Kansas week: Tulsa World

Know the foe -- Kansas: Tulsa World

OU Notebook: Tulsa World

What's wrong with the Sooners' kicking team?: Norman Transcript

Oklahoma set a template for Texas to follow: Star-Telegram

Keeping Bradford off balance vital for Jayhawks: Lawrence Journal-World

Kansas offense is equalizer: Lawrence Journal-World

Fields has brotherly rivalry with OU safety: Topeka Capital-Journal

KU relishes underdog role: Wichita Eagle

No. 4 Sooners airing it out at expense of run game: Yahoo! Sports

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