OU's Bob Stoops in good spirits Monday 

October, 4, 2011
Mack Brown talks with Bob StoopsAP Photo/Mike FuentesBob Stoops is 7-5 against Mack Brown and the Longhorns in his time at Oklahoma.
Bob Stoops walked into the interview room loose and in good spirits after Monday’s practice. He immediately addressed OU’s injury situation. Other than center Ben Habern, out with a broken forearm, everyone is expected to play.

"Everybody practiced today," Stoops said, referring to Jamell Fleming, Tyler Evans, Brennan Clay and Aaron Colvin. "I expect everyone that played last week, plus Aaron Colvin to play unless something changes during the week, so I don’t have to answer that during the week. That is what I expect right now and if that changes I’ll say something on Thursday."

Stoops also noted that guard/tackle Jarvis Jones is close to 100 percent and will be able to boost the offensive line in the second half of the season.
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