"I used to stay down the street from him, and everytime the TV show came on, I used to walk over there and watch it with him,” Tennell said. "And he’s just like, Pooh’s here, so switch and put the channel on Pooh.”
Former Sooner excels
Former Sooner Keith Nichol
helped his offense at Michigan State win a scrimmage last week by completing 17 of 26 passes for 241 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. His day also included a 52-yard score to Spartan receiver Chris D. Rucker
Nichol, a Lowell, Mich. native, transferred to Michigan State in May 2008 after being beaten out by Sam Bradford
for OU’s starting quarterback spot in 2007.
Murray looking for more receptions
won’t be the only running back with a lot of receptions in 2009.