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Oklahoman Modified: May 1, 2009 at 4:52 am •  Published: May 1, 2009
Bradford featured on ESPN
Next week’s "College Football Live,” 2:30 p.m. weekdays on ESPN, will feature Kirk Herbstreit’s quarterback road tour. Herbstreit will interview a top returning quarterback each day: Oklahoma’s Sam Bradford, Monday; Mississippi’s Jevan Snead, Tuesday; Ohio State’s Terrelle Pryor, Wednesday; Florida’s Tim Tebow, Thursday; and Texas’ Colt McCoy, Friday.

NBC tops Emmys
NBC led the way with nine awards during the Sports Emmys ceremonies Monday night in New York. HBO earned eight awards, followed by CBS and Fox with five each, ESPN four, FSN three and TNT two. Individual awards went to Bob Costas, host; Cris Collinsworth, game analyst; Jim Nantz, play-by-play announcer, and Terry Bradshaw and Tom Jackson, studio analysts.

OU to stream game
OU is providing free video coverage of the Kansas-OU baseball game at 6:30 tonight on OU decided to stream the game at no charge to introduce fans to the online coverage (normally $9.95 a month), spokesman Kenny Mossman said. The audio will be provided by KOKC-AM 1520’s radio broadcast.

Short takes
NBC analyst Bob Neumeier is picking Dunkirk to win the Kentucky Derby on Saturday (3 p.m., KFOR-4). His next favorites are Pioneerof the Nile and I Want Revenge. ... KWTV-9’s "Oklahoma Sports Blitz,” which airs at 10:20 p.m. Sunday, will count down the top 10 Bedlam sports moments.


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