Wednesday, October 28, 2009

NCAA Denies Granger Medical Hardship

DeMarcus Granger denied medical hardship waiver: The NCAA has denied a request for a medical hardship that would allow Oklahoma defensive tackle DeMarcus Granger to play another season for the Sooners. "It's very unfortunate for DeMarcus," OU coach Bob Stoops said Tuesday at his weekly news conference. "He has fought through that back, and he has part of a nerve that hasn't quite fully come back yet. They believe it will, it just hasn't over time to where he's not able to fire the one leg as strong or quick as he needs to. "It's been frustrating. He's been a great teammate. He's been out there working, up until the last week, trying to help. He's just not able to quite do it." Granger has been sidelined all season, his fifth at OU, after undergoing back surgery last December. (Tulsa World)

NCAA denies DeMarcus Granger's hardship request: The Oklahoman

OU head football coach Bob Stoops praises Trent Williams, Brody Eldridge for work on offensive line: The Oklahoman

The second time around: The Oklahoman

Don't look now, but Kansas State's Bill Snyder is doing it again: The Oklahoman

Broyles emerges as a dependable playmaker: Tulsa World

Sooners QB Landry Jones ready to fill Sam Bradford's shoes: Star-Telegram

Cats still fighting flu: Topeka Capital Journal
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