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Ronnell Lewis, defensive end
The junior was disruptive and active against Texas A&M’s offensive line, often forcing Aggie quarterback Ryan Tannehill to leave the pocket. Lewis has been a dominant force all season and Saturday was one of his best games of the season.
Lewis finished with eight tackles including two tackles for loss and one interception. He currently sits at No. 17 overall on Mel Kiper's Big Board for 2012 NFL draft prospects.
Roy Finch, running back
Replacing Dominique Whaley, Finch had an excellent game and showed he can handle 20-plus carries despite his small stature (5-foot-7, 166 pounds). Whaley, the Sooners leading rusher, was lost for the season after injuring his ankle against Kansas State last week.
Finch finished with 26 carries for 99 yards and one touchdown. It was Finch’s first game with 20-plus carries during his OU career.
Jamell Fleming, cornerback
Returning from injury, Fleming showed how important his presence is in the secondary. He was good in coverage, was consistently around the football and didn’t hesitate to support the run.
The senior had an forced fumble, fumble recovery and interception in the win. Fleming added five tackles including one tackle for loss and two pass breakups.
Ronnell Lewis, defensive endThe junior was disruptive and active against Texas A&M’s offensive line, often forcing Aggie quarterback Ryan Tannehill to leave the pocket.