→If his shoulder will fatigue more quickly, why did Sam Bradford throw so many passes? Blame the defense. While Bradford did throw 49 passes, ninth-most in school history, offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson called 50 run plays. "The second half, there was a bunch of three-and-outs that they created that got us back on the field,” Wilson said. "And we didn’t have a significant amount of glitches as far as negative plays, so we were able to keep the drives going.” Bradford said he was concerned about fatigue and was unsure how his arm would react to four hours in pads. After Saturday’s win, he said he felt "really good” and had none of the "excessive soreness” that could keep him sidelined in the future. →How worrisome are the drops by the receivers? Coach Bob Stoops chalked up the mistakes to inexperience. He sent a message by benching junior Cameron Kenney for the majority of the game after he dropped several passes, including a touchdown. Wilson counted about 10 drops total and said reducing that number would be emphasized this week. "We feel that a drop is a wasted play. It’s not much different than a penalty,” Wilson said. "We’re trying to show our guys that one of the best ways to end a drive is by having drops.” Other than the drops, Wilson did say his inexperienced receivers impressed him. →Could Ryan Broyles return against Texas? It’s doubtful, but the sophomore receiver hasn’t been ruled out yet. Bradford’s top returning target caught seven touchdown passes before fracturing his shoulder blade on a 37-yard reception against Miami. Broyles was projected to miss two to four weeks, but this weekend against Texas would mark two weeks since the injury. "I’m sure some of it will definitely be the combination of range of motion, mobility, probably a combination of pain tolerance and, outside of that, the combination of the risk,” Wilson said. Broyles played after injuring the shoulder but quickly realized the injury was more serious and retired to the locker room. After the Miami loss, however, he carried his own bag onto the team bus and didn’t appear to be in pain. Wilson said he didn’t know if Broyles had a heightened potential for a more serious injury if he played but did say if that was the case, Broyles would sit. →Which Oklahoma run defense will travel to Dallas? In four games, excluding Miami, the Oklahoma defense allowed just 128 total yards rushing. Miami’s Javarris James ran for 150 on 15 carries. Baylor ran for just six yards on 17 carries. James and teammate Graig Cooper are the two most talented running backs the Sooners have faced this season, but they might have caught a break after Texas’ top two tailbacks were injured in their win over Colorado on Saturday. The presumptive starter, however, is the talented, yet slightly redundant Foswhitt Whittaker, a speedy sophomore who ran for 284 yards on 64 carries as a freshman. Even with its hiccup against Miami, only two teams in college football have been better at defending the run. No. 1? Texas.