Oklahoma Scene: Bedlam ratings slide

Published: November 27, 2007
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Bedlam ratings slide
Ratings for the Bedlam football game on FSN topped the week with a 25.0, but continued their downward slide of recent years. This year's telecast was down 9 percent from the 27.5 for last year's game at Stillwater on FSN. The 2005 and 2004 games on KOCO-5 recorded 35.1 and 47.3 ratings, respectively.

1. Oklahoma State at Oklahoma, college football, Saturday, FSN, 25.0.

2. Missouri vs. Kansas at Kansas City, Mo., college football, Saturday, KOCO-5, 22.0.

3. N.Y. Jets at Dallas, NFL, Thursday, KWTV-9, 15.9.

4. Denver at Chicago, NFL, Sunday, KWTV-9, 12.6.

5. Philadelphia at New England, NFL, Sunday, KFOR-4, 11.7.

OSU's Riley, OU's Robinson honored: The Big 12 honored a couple of state women's basketball players on Monday.

Oklahoma State's Andrea Riley was named the player of the week. Riley helped direct OSU to wins over UC Riverside and Fresno State. The Dallas native averaged 30 points, five rebounds, 4.5 assists and 2.5 steals per game for the week.

Oklahoma's Danielle Robinson was named the rookie of the week. Robinson helped OU beat No. 13 Arizona State at the Caribbean Classic in Cancun. The freshman guard had 18 points on 9-for-11 shooting, three assists and one steal.

•OSU tennis picked for Indoor Nationals: The OSU men's tennis team was one of 16 teams selected to participate in the 2008 ITA National Men's Team Indoor Championships. The event will be held Feb. 15-18 in Seattle.

"I think it is a great compliment to our program to be selected to this tournament three times in the last four years, and we are very excited to represent the Big 12 in such a great event,” OSU coach James Wadley said.




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