Monday, April 13, 2009

Recruits Attend Red/White Game

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Sooners wear wristbands in support of Corey Wilson: Several Sooners wore new rubber wristbands during the scrimmage. The bands are red and blue, and on the front is the yellow Superman logo. The wristbands were a gift handed out by Sooner Corey Wilson, who watched from a wheelchair on the sideline. Wilson was paralyzed in a February car accident and has begun full rehab with hopes of walking someday. "It's tough, man," linebacker Travis Lewis said. "We have to keep his spirits up. We have to be strong for him." (Tulsa World)

Updated Depth Chart: The Oklahoman has updated their projected fall OU Depth Chart.

Prospective recruits attend Red/White game: Dozens of high-profile recruits were in attendance, including at least three five-star prospects and more than a dozen four-star prospects, as rated by Among the most coveted recruits in the stands was defensive end Jackson Jeffcoat of Plano, Texas (he was there with his father, former Dallas defensive end Jim Jeffcoat), wide receiver Darius White and quarterback Blake Bell -- already an OU verbal commitment. Tulsa Central running back DeMarco Cobbs, rated as the top overall player in Oklahoma, also was in Norman. (Tulsa World)

Bradford adjusting to being role model: USA Today

Sam Bradford a true hero: The Oklahoman

What we learned about OU in spring: The Oklahoman

Oklahoma eyes QBs to back up Bradford: Tulsa World

Sooners felt right for Bell: Wichita Eagle

OU Red-White Game Positives and Negatives: Crimson and Cream Machine
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