Oklahoma football: Sooners might have to face Texas A&M without Jalen Saunders

OU has not released a statement on the receiver, who was arrested for misdemeanor marijuana possession. But coach Bob Stoops has issued one-game suspensions under similar circumstances.

BY JASON KERSEY Published: December 5, 2012
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NORMAN — Oklahoma needed overwhelming offensive firepower to win shootouts over West Virginia and Oklahoma State.

It only gets harder in the Jan. 4 Cotton Bowl, where the Sooners face the daunting challenge of keeping up with Texas A&M and its Heisman Trophy-finalist quarterback.

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