October 23, 2010

Record Crowd For GameDay at Mizzou

Over 18k turnout for ESPN College GameDay: Missouri brought 18,000 fans out to the Francis Quadrangle Saturday morning, breaking the Huskers' previous record of 15,800. Saturday was the first time hosting the show for the school, and the fan turnout reflected that. You saw the crowd on TV. Here's what it looked like from the top of Jesse Hall, the school's administration building on the south end of the quad. (ESPN.com)

OU-Mizzou Game Day: Articles and Columns

Wins can silence OU, OSU critics: Tulsa World

OU five spot: Sooners' Landry Jones, Eric Mensik in the spotlight this week: The Oklahoman

Battle of unbeatens puts OU vs. Missouri atop Big 12's best games: The Oklahoman

Isn't it about time Missouri shaped up?: The Oklahoman

Mind over Missouri: OU just seems to be in the Tigers' heads: The Oklahoman

OU football: Rare matchup of unbeaten teams: The Oklahoman

EA Simulation: OU at Missouri: The Oklahoman

Much improved ground game a huge upgrade for offense: The Norman Transcript

Sooners the real No. 1, but can they stay there?: The Norman Transcript

National title hopes riding on prime-time game: The Oklahoma Daily

OU, OSU, Mizzou lead Big 12 at mid-point: KUsports.com

Travis Lewis named semifinalist to Butkus Award: Examiner.com

"Herbstreit, Fowler talk Tigers, Sooners": ColumbiaTribune.com

Truman the Tiger or Boomer Sooner?: St. Louis Post Dispatch

MU has a lot riding on prime-time clash with Oklahoma: St. Louis Post Dispatch

Bernie: Oklahoma has slight edge on Missouri: St. Louis Post Dispatch

Oklahoma-MU what to watch: St. Louis Post Dispatch

ESPN talks about College Game Day prep: MissouriNet

Defensive end's return gives Oklahoma big boost for Missouri: Fort Worth Star Telegram

MU linebacker Gachkar has come back strong after operation: KansasCity.com

Oklahoma Football: Stoops Against Pinkel, Scouting the Missouri Tigers: Bleacher Report

Two matchups of unbeatens highlight conference showdowns: Sporting News

Sooners' stay atop BcS might be an NFL one -- not for long: College Football Talk

October 2, 2010

Sooners Take Care of Longhorns, 28-20

Sooners Handle Oklahoma, 28-20: Landry Jones threw for 236 yards and two touchdowns, DeMarco Murray ran for two scores on hurry-up plays and No. 8 Oklahoma survived another fourth-quarter swoon Saturday to hand No. 21 Texas its second straight loss, 28-20 in the Red River Rivalry. The Sooners (5-0, 1-0 Big 12) jumped out to a two-touchdown lead in the first quarter, then got bailed out by a muffed punt late for a second straight week. The Longhorns had scored 10 straight points and were set to get the ball back in the final 62 seconds when Aaron Williams dropped the punt and James Winchester recovered it to let Oklahoma run out the clock (AP)

50 Arrested Ahead of OU-Texas

Most fans arrested for public intox: Dallas police say they have arrested nearly 50 people for public intoxication on the eve of the college football rivalry game between Oklahoma and Texas. Most of the arrests Friday night and early Saturday morning were in the West End area, where police say large crowds gathered most of the night. Police say in a news release there were also 300 parking citations issued and two vehicles towed. (Houston Chronicle)

OU-Texas Game Day: Articles and Columns

Superiority about running the football and not turning it over: Norman Transcript

Stage set for Sooners to offer something special: Norman Transcript

Red River Revelry: Norman Transcript

Sooners expecting Texas very best: The Oklahoman

Ryan Broyles vs. Texas' Aaron Williams will be one of game's best matchups: The Oklahoman

Oklahoma vs. Texas: The Best Rivalry In College Football: Bleacher Report

Sooner defense, Longhorn offense are puzzling: Omaha World Herald

Brown, Stoops have earned tenure: Houston Chronicle

UT-OU matchup remains big but on smaller scale: Houston Chronicle

Sherrington: For Texas and OU fans, a Red River Rivalry win cures all ills: Dallas Morning News

Texas' leading receiver won't play vs. Sooners: Dallas Morning News

Carlton: OU's Landry, UT's Gilbert have felt spotlight's glare: Dallas Morning News

Sooner Radio Icon Prepares for Final Call: Fort Worth Star Telegram

Next play is all that concerns Sooners running star: Fort Worth Star Telegram

OU-Texas could see new hero: Fort Worth Star Telegram

Today’s Texas-Oklahoma showdown could go a long way toward determining division champion: KU Sports

Oklahoma is losing its voice: Kansas City Star

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