Calhoun making movesBehind OU’s closed practices, the fall camp has been full of exciting plays during scrimmages. But according to wide receiver Dejuan Miller, the best highlight of the month came from redshirt freshman running back Jermie Calhoun. "He caught a screen and made three people miss,” Miller recalled. "It was like a 30-yard play where he was looking like Reggie Bush. He went right, cut inside and was making people miss left and right.” Miller might be biased toward Calhoun’s play, though. The two are roommates.
Crow finds niche at fullbackJunior Brandon Crow may be in his first season on the offensive side, after spending the last three years at linebacker. But offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson foresees Crow playing in spots at fullback this season despite being new to the position. "Brandon has a niche,” Wilson said. "He could be a really good short-yardage, goal-line-type guy.” Wilson recognized Crow’s potential in that role early on this month. "One day, I said, ‘Go run right at that (defender) and hit him,’ ” Wilson said. "He then ran over and knocked the tar out of the guy. "He’s doing well.”
Two-minute drillUniversity officials revealed the roof at Cowboys Stadium will be closed during OU’s game with BYU. ... Mike Balogun’s attorney, Woody Glass, submitted a sixth sworn affidavit to Cleveland County District Court on Wednesday that supports Balogun did not play semi-pro football after his 21st birthday. Glass said earlier this week he’s hoping to get Balogun certified by the NCAA out of court.
Norvell sees freshman receiver Reynolds playing