Wednesday, January 7, 2009

(1/7) OU Football Articles and Notes

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Balogun to start at linebacker: Oklahoma defensive coordinator Brent Venables said after Tuesday's practice that Mike Balogun will start at middle linebacker over Austin Box, who's returning from a knee sprain. Venables said Box would play, but he said how much would depend a lot on how Balogun performs. Box said Tuesday that he feels 100 percent and is ready to go. (The Oklahoman)

OU looking for familiar faces to shine: Norman Transcript

A little smack talk never hurt: Norman Transcript

Title game will test OU offense, UF defense: Tulsa World

Potential for a split AP crown, voters say: Tulsa World

Tebow's heir apparent was almost Bradford's: Tulsa World

Harvin's sheer force could shock Sooners: Tulsa World

Murray says he's undecided on NFL: Tulsa World

OU Daily Log: Tulsa World

OU Notebook: Tulsa World

Rock Star QBs -- Bradford vs. Tebow: The Oklahoman

Oklahomans play a big part in Sooners' run to BCS title game: The Oklahoman

Will Texas' coach Mack Brown break ranks?: The Oklahoman

For OU football players, it's a business trip: The Oklahoman

OU's Lewis goes from sideline to spotlight: The Oklahoman

Florida seems swamped with Gators buzz before BCS title game: Dallas Morning News

Sooners try to anticipate Florida's speed: Dallas Morning News

Preseason attitude check proved motivational for Oklahoma: Star-Telegram

After dual tragedies, Oklahoma player turns to his mother, not football, first: Washington Post

Big game Percy Harvin ready for BCS title game: Tampa Tribune

Sooners try to bounce back from four straight BCS losses: Tampa Tribune

This time, Florida Gators play the respect card: Tampa Tribune

Oklahoma defense takes slights personally: Tampa Tribune

What makes the Gators go?: Gainesville Sun

Loss also propelled Sooners: Gainesville Sun

Beautiful weather forecast for game time: Gainesville Sun

Know your enemy -- Oklahoma facts: Gainesville Sun

Meyer gets slight edge over Stoops: Miami Herald

Oklahoma coach Stoops steeped in tradition: Miami Herald
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