practiced again Wednesday, but coach Bob Stoops
said no decision had been made on the injured quarterback’s status for Oklahoma’s game against Miami. Bradford continued to take snaps and throw on Wednesday. Oklahoma coaches won’t be available for comment until after Saturday’s game, but Stoops said an announcement could come later this week.
SOONERS WANT A ‘FISTFIGHT’
Brigham Young defensive end Jan Jorgensen
said he wanted to turn the Cougars’ game with the Sooners into a streetfight, and if they did, they would win.
Although criticized for his comments, Jorgensen could have said, "I told you so,” plenty of times after the Cougars pulled the upset.
Now, Oklahoma defensive ends coach Chris Wilson
is trying out the metaphor.
"We need to make this thing a fistfight, because I know they will,” Wilson said. "It’ll be a physical, good, old-fashioned ballgame.”
Miami played poorly against the best defense it had faced this season, Virginia Tech. Quarterback Jacory Harris
completed just nine of his 25 passes, and the Hurricanes managed only 209 yards of offense for seven points.
"We’re going to be as physical as we can be,” Wilson said.