Reynolds to have X-rays today
Oklahoma linebacker Ryan Reynolds
played most of the fourth quarter with numbness in his right shoulder after getting hit with a helmet Saturday.
"I'll get X-rays (Sunday),” Reynolds said. "Hopefully nothing's wrong with it. It just went numb, couldn't move it.”
At times, Reynolds struggled to lift his arm and trainers inspected the shoulder nearly every time he came off the field.
While Reynolds claimed the injury happened Saturday, defensive coordinator Brent Venables
said Reynolds has had some previous problems.
"He'll be alright,” Venables said. "He's tough. He's banged up. Nothing that's a new injury. Just kind of a nagging deal.
He gave it all he had out there.”
Long after all the players and fans had left the stadium, the Folsom Field scoreboard displayed a special message for Colorado supporters: CU 27, OU 24.
According to Colorado officials, the scoreboard was to stay lit all night.
OU's D.J. Wolfe
nearly matched his career total of three interceptions Saturday. The senior safety intercepted two Colorado passes, returning both inside the CU 20-yard line to set up a pair of Sooner TDs.
But Wolfe's two picks were as much about being in the right place at the right time.