Modified: October 11, 2007 at 1:21 am •  Published: October 11, 2007
Fedora says Reid's preparation still the same
Quarterback Bobby Reid started 22 games before he was replaced by Zac Robinson. Last week, Reid directed the final two series after Robinson suffered a mild concussion.

Offensive coordinator Larry Fedora estimates the starting quarterback gets 65 percent of practice reps.

"Bobby has handled the whole situation as good as you can possibly handle it,” Fedora said. "He's preparing as if he's the starter. He's preparing exactly the same. He's into it mentally. That's the hard part.”

Tough loss: Coach Mike Gundy said the Texas A&M loss last week was the most disappointed he's seen players in the locker room during his three seasons.

"The way I look at it is I felt a lot better once I got finished puking and crying than when I came home from Troy,” Gundy said. "I felt a lot better about our football team (after the A&M loss). I felt better about the way our defense is playing. I felt better about the way we were tackling.”

Pay-per-view: Saturday's OSU-Nebraska game will be available on on pay-per-view on Cox channel 610. Cost is $29.95.

For more information, call (405) 600-7530.

Suspect defense: Saturday's game matches the league's two lowest-ranked defenses. Nebraska is last in the Big 12. The Cornhuskers are ranked 96th nationally (441.5 yards a game).

Perrish Cox, right, has spent more time at cornerback with Martel Van Zant injured. Because of that, he sometimes has to rest on punt returns. by Steve Gooch, The Oklahoman

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