Last call for OU QB Landry Jones
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Breaking down Cotton QBs
OU PLAYER TO WATCH
By Jake Trotter
Storylines to watch
By Brandon Chatmon
NFL draft showcase?
The eyes of football fans will be on the Cotton Bowl on Friday. It's an opportunity for several Sooners to impress NFL scouts. Multiple juniors, including safety Tony Jefferson, receiver Kenny Stills, cornerback Aaron Colvin and fullback Trey Millard, could decide to leave early for the NFL, and the Cotton Bowl provides a great venue to impress NFL scouts. Meanwhile, seniors such as Jones and tackle Lane Johnson will have the opportunity to increase their draft stock with solid final games.
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Justin Brown's final game
OU has dominated Texas A&M
By Jake Trotter
Next week in the AT&T Cotton Bowl, the Sooners and Aggies will meet for the 19th time in 20 seasons. While Texas A&M has made tremendous strides in its first year in the SEC, this is a series the Sooners have dominated. In the Bob Stoops era, OU has an 11-2 record over the Aggies and an average margin of victory of three touchdowns. Reggie McNeal clipped the Sooners in 2002. The Aggies also toppled OU in 2010. Otherwise, the series has been OU's.
It wasn't always that way. At the advent of the Big 12, the Sooners held just an 8-6 edge in the series. Then the Aggies rattled off three straight victories in the first meetings as conference foes.
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QUOTE OF THE WEEK
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Trey Millard on versatility
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