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Wednesday morning links on Oklahoma, Louisiana-Monroe football

by Ryan Aber Modified: August 28, 2013 at 10:50 am •  Published: August 28, 2013

It’s getting closer. Just three more days until Oklahoma faces Louisiana-Monroe in the season opener.

Here are some links to stories around the web on OU, ULM and the BIg 12:

*Concussion issues hits home for Oklahoma lineman Ty Darlington, my beat partner Jason Kersey writes in today’s Oklahoman.

*Notes from yesterday, including an amusing story about ULM coach Todd Berry‘s last trip to Norman, from Jason and myself.

*Corey Nelson, Trey Millard expect a bigger, better year, Jason wrote in yesterday’s Oklahoman.

*Trevor Knight will remain a mystery until Saturday, writes the Tulsa World’s Guerin Emig.

*Sooner linebackers keen to become defensive backbone, writes John Shinn of the Norman Transcript.

*Sooner offense has legs to run on, Shinn writes.

*Sooners tweak game, embrace expectations, writes USA Today’s George Schroeder, a former OU beat reporter for The Oklahoman.

*Berry, his offensive coordinator and five players are making a trip back to their home state, writes The News Star’s Tabby Soignier.

*West Virginia has yet to pick a starting QB, writes the Charleston Daily Mail’s Mike Casazza.

*Looking ahead a couple weeks,Tulsa safety Demarco Nelson ruled ineligible for opener; status for rest of the season unclear, writes the World’s Bill Haisten.

by Ryan Aber
OU Athletics Reporter
Ryan Aber has worked for The Oklahoman since 2006, covering high schools, the Oklahoma City RedHawks, the Oklahoma City Barons and OU football recruiting. An Oklahoma City native, Aber graduated from Northeastern State. Before joining The...
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