Monday, November 3, 2008

(11/3) OU Football Articles and Notes

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Stoop, Sooners not looking past Texas A&M: While there was clearly some Sooner celebrating going on over Texas Tech's upset of Texas on Saturday night, Bob Stoops said the focus going forward won't be on OU's revived chances in the Big 12 South and nationally. It'll be on Texas A&M. "That's what it is," Stoops said. "We've got Texas A&M. We've got to hopefully continue to make improvement and be at our best when we go down there and play." (The Oklahoman)

OU Injury update:Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said wide receiver Manny Johnson did not re-injure his right elbow against Nebraska. The senior played early, but was on the sideline for the last three quarters. "Manny is fine, he just didn't quite feel comfortable enough once he was out there," Stoops said. "He hasn't set himself back any." It was the same case for tight end Brody Eldridge. He played in the first quarter, but was in street clothes and wearing a medical boot on his right foot by the end of the game. Offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson said Eldridge's removal was precautionary. The Sooners were up 35-0 by the end of the first quarter. "Brody got kicked by one of our own guys and kind of aggravated his ankle," he said. "I thought, well we're doing good so If I don't need him I'm going to hold him." (Norman Transcript) No word on Auston English's status.

Sooners still in title hunt: Norman Transcript

Johnson, Eldridge doing fine: Norman Transcript

Unraveling the Big 12 South: Tulsa World

Next three games can set up title try: Tulsa World

Know the Foe -- Texas A&M: Tulsa World

OU Notebook: Tulsa World

For Keenan Clayton, dad does know best: The Oklahoman

Four questions about OU football: The Oklahoman

OU offense has Wilson to thank: The Oklahoman

College football intrigue abounds in the coming days: Star-Telegram

Big 12 tiebreaker rules: Dallas Morning News

Now Texas Tech faces gauntlet that Longhorns did: Dallas Morning News

Husker Monday Review - OU Game: Nebraska State Paper

Big 12 tiebreaker and a prediction for the final four weeks:

Red Raiders don't receive BCS love Longhorns did:
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