Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Four Sooners Named All-Americans

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Bradford, Gresham, McCoy, Robinson earn All-American honors: Sophomore defensive tackle Gerald McCoy (Oklahoma City, Okla.) and junior tight end Jermaine Gresham (Ardmore, Okla.) joined sophomore quarterback Sam Bradford (Oklahoma City, Okla.) and senior offensive guard Duke Robinson (Atlanta, Ga.) as All-Americans for OU in 2008. This marks the seventh time in Bob Stoops' 10 seasons at Oklahoma that the Sooners have produced multiple All-Americans in the same season. Oklahoma has now produced 148 First Team All-Americans overall since Claude Reeds first earned the honor in 1913. Under Coach Stoops, 28 Sooners have earned All-America honors. The NCAA officially recognizes the Associated Press, American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), Football Writers Association of America (FWAA), Sporting News and Walter Camp Football Foundation All-America teams in determining consensus (listed by at least half) and unanimous (listed by all) selections. (

OU's Murray out for BCS game: Tulsa World

Wall Street last stop for Bradford: Tulsa World

Bradford nabs first-team honor: Tulsa World

Did Irish have eyes on Stoops? Meyer?: Tulsa World

OU's Mossis Madu is right on time: The Oklahoman

Murray sidelined for BCS National Championship: The Oklahoman

Loss of Murray not the end of the world for Sooners: The Oklahoman

Brown ready to step into Murray's spot: The Oklahoman

Bradford may be getting new cast: Dallas Morning News

Oklahoma loses Murray, but has depth at running back: New York Times
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