Thursday, December 18, 2008

Granger Out After Back Surgery

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

DeMarcus Granger to miss BCS Championship: Oklahoma defensive tackle DeMarcus Granger will miss Oklahoma's upcoming BCS title game appearance after undergoing back surgery, OU head coach Bob Stoops said Wednesday. "Our doctors and training staff have worked extensively with DeMarcus and it was finally determined that surgery was necessary," Stoops said. "We're disappointed for DeMarcus and are certainly anxious to do everything we can to assist his recovery." Granger, a junior from Dallas, played in 11 games during the 2008 season, all in a back-up role. He had 20 tackles and 2 fumble recoveries. (Dallas Morning News) In addition, Oklahoma announced earlier this week, DeMarco Murrary will miss the BCS Championship.

Sooners won't have Granger in title game: Tulsa World

Pressure building in Norman: Tulsa World

Back injury sidelines OU's Granger: The Oklahoman

Peterson makes his MVP case: The Oklahoman

Back injury benches Granger: Norman Transcript

'Big Game' Stoops needs to return: SportingNews

Mullen returning to call plays for Gators in Miami: Florida-Times Union

Stoops still has some Gator in him: Gainseville Sun

Holiday good for Gators: Gainesville Sun

Tebow, Killer Defense To Eat Up Oklahoma: New York Post

Gators' defense not worried about Sooners' stats: Orlando Sentinel
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