Friday, January 9, 2009

Post Game: OU-UF Articles and Notes

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Obama congratulations Florida; still pushing for a playoff: Obama, asked what he thought about Florida's 24-14 victory Thursday night over Oklahoma in the BCS championship game, congratulated the Gators and said he'd sent a message to a friend whose son plays for the team.At the same time, he said, "If I'm Utah, or if I'm USC or if I'm Texas, I might still have some quibbles."Obama said, "That's why we need a playoff." (Associated Press)

OU bites the dust again: The Oklahoma

OU's offense for the ages goes flat: The Oklahoman

Dunlap says Gators' scout team offense faster than OU: The Oklahoman

C-average tells the tale of OU loss to Florida: The Oklahoman

BCS Championship By the Numbers: The Oklahoman

Could Championship loss send Bob Stoops packing?: The Oklahoman

Big pass plays go Florida's way: The Oklahoman

Tebow's jump pass seals the deal: The Oklahoman

Brown shines -- except in red zone: The Oklahoman

BCS Bummer: Tulsa World

You should be glad Stoops is coach: Tulsa World

Another crash landing: Norman Transcript

Bad plays, bad decisions cost Sooners title: Norman Transcript

Stoops' nickname — 'Big Game Bob' — won't survive this one: Dallas Morning News

Stoops' lost gambles hurt Sooners: Kansas City Star

Florida takes title as Tebow, defense trip Oklahoma: USA Today

Sooners sputter early, then Gators cash in later: USA Today

Sooners losing a load of talent after trek to title game: USA Today

Stoops, Meyer become big-game contrasts: The Sporting News

Heisman jinx strikes Bradford in loss: ESPN

Missed opportunities gives Sooners sinking feeling: ESPN

OU's defense answers doubters with strong performance: ESPN

Red-zone troubles doom Oklahoma's record-breaking offense: ESPN

Sooners fail to show up for national title game: Sportsline

Gators stifle OU's explosive offense: SI

For Stoops, Another Frustrating Loss: New York Times

Sooners Get Defensive About Their Team's Perceived Shortcomings: Washington Post
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