FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: December 16, 2008 at 4:50 pm •  Published: December 16, 2008
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photo - Sam Bradford rings the opening bell on the NYSE. He is joined by  Larry Leibowitz, EVP, NYSE Euronext; Kenny Mossman,  Sr. Associate Athletics Director, University of Oklahoma; Philip Schwalb,  Founder - Sports Museum of America; Tim Henning, Heisman Trophy Coordinator; Jim Corcoran, Senior Vice President Morgan Stanley and members of Bradford's family. Photo by Mel Nudelman.
Sam Bradford rings the opening bell on the NYSE. He is joined by Larry Leibowitz, EVP, NYSE Euronext; Kenny Mossman, Sr. Associate Athletics Director, University of Oklahoma; Philip Schwalb, Founder - Sports Museum of America; Tim Henning, Heisman Trophy Coordinator; Jim Corcoran, Senior Vice President Morgan Stanley and members of Bradford's family. Photo by Mel Nudelman.
Add one more accomplishment to Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford's portfolio. On Tuesday morning the newly crowned Heisman Trophy winner rang the opening bell of the New York Stock Exchange to begin the day's trading.

Bradford's trip to the exchange wraps up a whirlwind tour of New York that started nearly a week ago. Bradford left Oklahoma on Wednesday bound for Orlando and the ESPNU Home Depot College Football Awards show. After picking up the Davey O'Brien award on Thursday night, Bradford and his entourage headed to New York for the Heisman Trophy ceremony on Saturday night.

Since winning the Heisman, Bradford's been ushered around New York appearing on news talk shows and sportscasts. He'll head back to Oklahoma Tuesday afternoon.

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