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Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Alexander talks about stabbing: For the first time since being stabbed in the arm at a party after the opener, defensive end Frank Alexander spoke with the media on Tuesday. "The coaches were very understanding of the situation and came to see me in the hospital, which made me feel good to know I had their support and that they care about me," Alexander said. "They just told me to come back stronger. I've learned a lesson; my mother always tells me that nothing good happens after midnight, and I guess she was right." (The Oklahoman)

OU injury report: Bob Stoops said Tuesday that wide receiver Manuel Johnson was "getting closer" to returning to the lineup for Saturday's game against Nebraska. Johnson "caught some balls, did some drills yesterday, is supposed to do more today. So it should be just how comfortable he is at the end of the week and how much of the game plan, meaning in practice, he's able to execute. We'll just have to see by the end of the week." Tight end Brody Eldridge was full speed at practice on Monday and is expected to play, Stoops said. Offensive lineman Branndon Braxton, coming off an ankle injury against TCU, sustained a shoulder injury last week, said offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson. (Tulsa World)

Stoops, Pelini go way, way back: Norman Transcript

Schooled in the rivalry: Norman Transcript

OU's BCS title hopes not dead, but help required: Tulsa World

Granger speaks: Tulsa World

Listen to Bob Stoops' weekly press conference: Tulsa World

Assessing the big-play damage: The Oklahoman

Stoops talks Nebraska, recaps last week's win against Kansas State: The Oklahoman

OU Notebook -- Heupel food drive set for Saturday: The Oklahoman

Sooners thrive on speed: Lincoln Journal-Star

Ball control gives NU a chance: Lincoln Journal-Star

NU-OU rivalry not lost on team: Lincoln Journal-Star

Husker linebacker Dillard out: Lincoln Journal-Star

Sooners learning about Nebraska rivalry: Ft. Worth Star-Telegram

Will Sooners rip Huskers in red zone?: Omaha World-Herald

Pelini's joke -- I'm toast if I don't beat OU: Associated Press
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