Tuesday, November 18, 2008

OU's Gresham a Mackey Semifinalist

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Oklahoma TE Jermaine Gresham a Mackey semifinalist: Oklahoma tight end Jermaine Gresham was one of eight semi-finalists announced Monday for the 2008 John Mackey Award. Gresham leads the Sooners with nine touchdown receptions this season. The junior from Ardmore, Okla., is OU's all-time career leader at tight end in TD receptions with 21. In addition to Gresham, the Nassau County Sports Commission (NCSC) listed Chase Coffman (JR, Missouri), Jared Cook (JR, South Carolina), Mark Hafner (SR, Houston), Branden Ledbetter (SR, Western Michigan), Brandon Pettigrew (SR, Oklahoma State), Dennis Pitta (JR, BYU) and D.J. Williams (SO, Arkansas). (SoonerSports PR)

Venables offers no comment about Clemson interview: (Brent) Venables met with the media Monday for the first time since his interview with Clemson athletic director Terry Don Phillips last Tuesday about the ACC school's head coaching position. The Sooner defensive coordinator decline to comment on how the interview went. "I have nothing to say about that," he said. (Norman Transcript)

Las Vegas likes the Sooners: The Oklahoma Daily

OU ready for stouter defense: The Oklahoma Daily

Bedlam will be on ABC: The Oklahoman

Voting coaches have biases: The Oklahoman

OU Football Notebook: Tulsa World

Stoops praises Tech quarterback in press conference: Tulsa World

Sooners have to 'step up': Tulsa World

OU defense goes back to basics: Tulsa World

Osborne believes OU's saving grace is Owen Field: Tulsa World

Home field advantage: Norman Transcript

Tech's new defensive philosophy goes back a generation: Dallas Morning News

Stoops -- This game is motivation enough: Dallas Morning News

Texas' Brown not openly rooting for Sooners: Dallas Morning News

Leach has quite a history with Oklahoma: Ft. Worth Star-Telegram

Oklahoma defense works around injuries: Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

Raiders get first real chance to see Bradford: Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

Brown can't bring himself to cheer for the Sooners: ESPN.com
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