Oklahoma LB Austin BoxThe Enid native began the season on the mend from a knee injury. Inserted into the Sooners’ starting lineup after Ryan Reynolds’ injury, Box will be in the middle of the Bedlam fray Saturday. I’ve got a lot of friends that are OSU fans and a lot of friends that are OU fans. They’re fans, so they like to talk a lot, but I just kind of let it be. I try to stay humble about it. My earliest memory of Bedlam ... Coach Stoops’ first year, OSU came here and we beat ‘em 44-7. I was up there in the stands, and being a part of that, being able to see that at that age, I knew that was something I wanted to be a part of in the future. I’ve been on the other side. I’ve been a fan. I know I’m a player now, but I’ve been a fan, and it kills me. It would kill me to lose to them. I’ve come a long ways since the first weeks I played. I’m a lot more comfortable, but still, at the same time, I’m not the player yet that I want to be. There’s still a long road ahead of me, and I’m going to continue to progress as a linebacker and a player in this defense. Our linebacking corps, we’re a family. I feel great about our guys and the unity that we have. How we train and everything, you’ll be lucky to get by without an injury nowadays. It’s tough, but you’ve just always got to look on the bright side. I’m young. I’ve got some years left hopefully. I’m just excited to be able to be a part of it now. I’m healthy. I feel good out there. Family and friends, they’re all excited for me. My family, they’re the biggest part of my life. The support that I have from them is just unbelievable. I don’t know if I could do it without them. They’re always there for me. I’m very thankful for them.