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OU football: Behind the 8 ball
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — The 8 ball is a funny sphere.
Sort of like love and your tax return, the 8 ball can both enrapture and crush. The 8 ball is the avenue to both victory and defeat.
The Oklahoma Sooners take their third shot at the 8 ball this week. They play Florida in the Big Bowl at Dolphin Stadium, their third chance in the last six seasons for the storied...
Oklahoma's Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Sam Bradford throws a pass during football practice Barry University in Miami, Saturday Jan. 3, 2009. Oklahoma plays Florida in the BCS Championship NCAA college football game on Thursday, Jan. 8. (AP Photo/Jeffrey M. Boan)
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