Man in motion•Ryan Broyles (above), WR, Sooners We know, you got a taste of the speedy Broyles and now you want more. Us, too. The little man with the happy hips is f-u-n to watch. The Sooners have an array of weapons, but they'll find ways to feature Broyles. Wait til he drops back to return punts. It's coming.
Audibles•What coaches and players are saying: "I still don't think we've been the team we can be yet.” UW coach Ty Willingham "We're not intimidated. We just look at it like another opponent we need to knock down. Ranked whatever they are, we feel like we can compete with anybody in the country.” Huskies tight end Kavario Middleton on facing OU
ClippingWhat reporters around the country have been writing: "Perhaps I'm biased because I watched Bradford in person last weekend, but he was brilliant in carving up Cincinnati for 395 passing yards and five touchdowns. The addition of receiver Ryan Broyles gives Bradford a go-to target, and the Sooners' no-huddle offense will pump up his numbers all season. Plus, polling history strongly favors quarterbacks of top-rated, undefeated teams. Bradford could make a Jason White-like run for the hardware if Oklahoma rolls through the Big 12 unscathed.” ESPN.com's Brian Bennett on the Heisman Watch