Four Questions about Oklahoma football

Oklahoman Published: October 13, 2008

/> "We expect him to, though,” said defensive coordinator Brent Venables. "If anybody can do it, he can — mentally and physically.”

This is a decision that may take some time, allowing Reynolds to sort through the raw emotions before considering his future.

"It’s incredibly disappointing and heart wrenching for him,” said OU coach Bob Stoops.

Will Saturday’s shootout go down as one of the best in 103-year history of Red River rivals?

Depends on if you like your horns up, or down.

"It’s probably the best one I’ve ever coached in,” said Texas offensive coordinator Greg Davis. "I thought the 2005 one (a 45-12 Texas win) was pretty nice, too, because I could have a Diet Coke in the fourth quarter.”

This one offered a lot: high stakes, huge plays, back-and-forth momentum swings and star quarterbacks playing like stars.

What it lacked, however, was last-minute drama.

That factor, according to our man Berry Tramel (see his blog), keeps it outside the Top 10 all-time.

By John Helsley

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