Saturday, December 6, 2008

Game Day: OU-Mizzou Articles and Notes

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Bradford to have surgery Sunday: Sam Bradford will have surgery on Sunday, but not before he leads No. 2 Oklahoma into battle against No. 20 Missouri on Saturday.OU coach Bob Stoops said during a press conference Friday afternoon that his star quarterback — a leading candidate for the Heisman Trophy — has been "working through it this week. We have a splint prepared for him that he's operated with through the week wonderfully. Haven't had any issues with it. He feels good with it and should be even better than a week ago, in that we have a plan for, and he has something to brace it. "He's able to operate under center and do everything that we normally do." (Tulsa World)

Sooners have a lot on the line: Norman Transcript

The right two teams are playing tonight: Norman Transcript

Cold doesn't concern Stoops in fourth trip to Arrowhead: Norman Transcript

Seeking depth, Oklahoma got much more: New York Times

Scoring machine: Tulsa World

OU-Missouri -- 3 Storylines: Tulsa World

OU's Best: Tulsa World

Sooners short on respect: Tulsa World

Cold site, hot streak: The Oklahoman

Stoops is focused on game, not voters: The Oklahoman

Sooners fighting back: The Oklahoman

Tide, '00 Sooners comparable teams: The Oklahoman

OU blitz package: The Oklahoman

Sooners have something to prove today: Dallas Morning News

Missouri's Daniel gets last chance at glory: Dallas Morning News

Big 12 Championship Preview: Dallas Morning News

Big 12 not ready to commit to Dallas Cowboys' new stadium: Dallas Morning News

Daniel needs game of his life: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Missouri can take season to significant height with win over Oklahoma: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Missouris offense must save its best for Oklahoma: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Sooners are talking up Missouri defense: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The Matchup: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Missouri could have its say about convoluted BCS mess: Star-Telegram

Sooners adjusting to middle linebacker injuries: Star-Telegram

Texas talk in Kansas City: Star-Telegram

Missouri and Tigers all-star QB chase a final major conquest: Star-Telegram

MU's offense doesn't want to make defense's job any tougher: Kansas City Star

The greatest offense of all time?: Columbia Tribune
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