Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Bradford named Walter Camp finalist

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Sam Bradford among five Walter Camp finalist: The Oklahoma quarterback was named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year, and became one of five finalists for the Walter Camp Award, a version of college football's player of the year. Bradford made the cut along with fellow Big 12 quarterbacks Graham Harrell of Texas Tech and Colt McCoy of Texas. The other two finalists are Florida quarterback Tim Tebow and Tech wide receiver Michael Crabtree. The winner will be announced Dec. 11 on ESPN's "SportsCenter" and presented by the Camp Foundation on Jan. 17. (Tulsa World)

Harris could move to outside linebacker: This week, Sooner defensive coordinator Brent Venables is entertaining two options to replace middle linebacker Austin Box, who suffered a sprained knee from a cut block at Oklahoma State. One option is to move strong safety Nic Harris to weak-side linebacker, and bump All-Big 12 linebacker Travis Lewis to the middle. The other is to plug Balogun into the starting lineup at middle linebacker. "When you're force-feeding him all the reps and getting him ready and figuring out what he can and can't do, you're able to formulate your game plan around that," defensive coordinator Brent Venables said. (The Oklahoman)

Prolific offense: Norman Transcript

As long as Sooner bothered about BCS, Sooner nation need not be: Norman Transcript

Balogun ready to step up
: The Oklahoma Daily

Sam Nation: Tulsa World

Big 12 coaches select Bradford as top offensive player: Tulsa World

Listen to Bob Stoops' Tuesday press conference: Tulsa World

Big 12 team has Oklahoma influence: The Oklahoman

Stoops -- "Bradford best we've ever had': The Oklahoman

Another brick in the OU-Texas wall: The Oklahoman

Stoops says Bradford is best QB he's coached: Star-Telegram

Missouri defense better be on its game against Oklahoma: Dallas Morning News

Oklahoma's Stoops signs praises of QB Bradford: Dallas Morning News

Boomer beating? History on side of OU at Arrowhead Stadium: Lawrence Journal

BCS' lone employee watched polls tip from Horns to OU with mixed emotions: Austin American-Statesman

Coffman vows to fight pain, and Sooners: Kansas City Star

Even Tiger moms and dads are picking OU: Kansas City Star

Sooners' Stoops passes out high praise for QB Bradford: USA Today

Ex-construction worker to start for Sooners: ESPN.com

Missouri defense bracing for high-octane Oklahoma: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Sooners say chip on their shoulder against Mizzou: St. Louis Post-Dispatch
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