Sunday, December 7, 2008

OU vs. Mizzou: Post Game Articles and Notes

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Murry suffers knee injury; expected to play bowl game: Oklahoma running back DeMarco Murray left the game after taking a helmet to his left knee on the opening kickoff. After being examined on the OU sideline, Murray was taken to the locker room with 4:37 left in the first quarter and didn't return to the game. He came back to the sidelines later in the second quarter wearing sweats. Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops, however, said Murray only suffered a knee bruise and that holding him out was just for precaution. Murray is expected to be fine for the Sooners' bowl game. (The Oklahoman)

OU offense sets NCAA record: With 38 points scored in the first half, the Sooners set a record for points scored in a season during the modern era with 678, besting the previous mark held by Hawaii in 2006 (656). The all-time mark is 765 posted by the 1886 Harvard team. The Sooners currently rank third on the all-time list with 702. (SoonerSports PR)

Quality competition: Oklahoma is the only team this season to record five wins over ranked opponents, topping TCU, Kansas, Texas Tech, Oklahoma State and Missouri. (SoonerSports PR) In addition, Oklahoma defeated Cincinnati who is currently ranked 12th.

60 or more points consecutive games: The OU offense has scored 60 or more points in five straight games, an NCAA record. Overall, Sooner teams have scored 50 or more points in 134 games in school history. (SoonerSports PR)

Lewis surpasses Bosworth to set record: Travis Lewis recorded his 136th tackle of the season in the fourth quarter and set an OU freshman record held by Brian Bosworth. Bosworth had 133 tackles in 1984. (SoonerSports PR)

Record night for Sooners: Norman Transcript

Need more proof?: Norman Transcript

OU Report Card: The Oklahoman

By the numbers: The Oklahoman

Pinkel, Tigers heap praise on Sooners: The Oklahoman

Look out, Florida, here comes the Sooners: The Oklahoman

Sooners offense is one for the ages: The Oklahoman

Jackson keys stingy Sooner secondary: The Oklahoman

English returns from injury, pressures Daniel: The Oklahoman

Don't penalize Sooner quarterback for his stellar teammates: The Oklahoman

OU's Madu fills in for Murray with career-best performance: The Oklahoman

Pinkel -- OU 'best offense I've ever seen': The Oklahoman

OU wins 62-21, takes third-straight Big 12 title: Tulsa World

Impresive Sooners deserve spot: Tulsa World

Bradford, Oklahoma win convincingly: Dallas Morning News

Oklahoma's Brown runs with bigger role: Dallas Morning News

KO'd in KC: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Tigers again exposed against the elite teams: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

How about two national champs?: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Sooners make their point: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Sooners win with style points for BCS judges: Star-Telegram

Error-prone Daniel says this loss 'hurts the worst': Star-Telegram

Oklahoma eases to another Big 12 championship: Kansas City Star

Sooners' rout likely ends Texas' dreams of a national title: Austin American-Statesman

OU win has Texas bound for Fiesta: Austin American-Statesman

Sooners and Gators End the Debate on the Field : New York Times

With a point to prove, Sooners pack on plenty of points:

Sooners, Gators primed for collision:
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