Top Diamondbacks prospect Archie Bradley: big OU Sooners fan

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As we’re just two weeks away from the MLB Trade Deadline, we’re looking at some of the biggest MILB prospect names that will be brought up by MLB GMs. Not saying any of these guys will be traded, but all of them will be talked about. Some are actually on the table; others are not. And yes, watching Low A baseball is WAY BETTER than watching the ESPYs. No question.

Archie Bradley was the seventh overall pick by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 2011 MLB Draft. He was also committed to the University of Oklahoma to play both baseball and football. Quite a tough decision to make, Sooners or D’Backs?  Rather Bubba Starlingesque.

Bradley picked the Diamond. He’s currently with the Mobile BayBears. Archie Bradley is rated #1 in the Diamondbacks system, #20 overall in MLB and the #10 RH Pitcher.

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New NCAA Career Receiving Leader! Oklahoma’s Broyles Surpasses Purdue’s Stubblefield

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Move Purdue Boilermakers legend Taylor Stubblefield. “Basketball on grass” made you a star, but now it’s time for a new receiving king. The NCAA all time receptions record has shifted from the Upper Midwest to the Great Plains South.

Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver Ryan Broyles needed just four more catches last night to break the college football record for career receptions. He had 13. For 215 yards and 2 TDs in the Sooners 47-17 destruction of Kansas.

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NCAA Career Receiving Record: Soon be held by Sooners Ryan Broyles

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Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver Ryan Broyles needs just four more catches to break the NCAA record for career receptions. He currently has 313. The current college football receiving mark is held by Taylor Stubblefield, who caught 316 passes from 2001-2004 while playing for the Purdue Boilermakers. So far this season, Broyles has 47 grabs for 598 yards (119.6 per game, 12.7 per catch) and 7 touchdowns.

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#1 Oklahoma Sooners vs. #5 Florida State Seminoles: Brutally Honest Game Preview

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With top-ranked Oklahoma visiting fifth-ranked Florida State, we have our first de facto in season playoff game. Since college football doesn’t have a playoff system, and really a joke of a postseason when you think about it, the regular season becomes single elimination playoffs. Because you need to be undefeated to even have a chance to play for a national title.

The national spotlight will shine on Tallahassee, Fla., Saturday night (7pm CT) as two of the top teams in the nation but heads. EJ Manuel and the No. 5-ranked Florida State Seminoles (2-0) will welcome Landry Jones and the No. 1-ranked Oklahoma Sooners (1-0) to Doak S. Campbell Stadium.

Manuel and the Seminoles, averaging 509.5 yards of total offense and 48 points per game, have outscored their opponents 96-10 at home thus far. In the Sooners’ season opener, Jones threw for 375 yards on 35 completions while helping Oklahoma to 663 yards of total offense.

Last season, Oklahoma, which holds a 5-1 advantage in the series, took a 47-17 win over Florida State.

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#2 Oklahoma Sooners: College Football 77 in 77

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There’s no question who the power of the Big 12 is these days. Nebraska is gone, Texas A&M is looking to SECede the first chance it gets and Texas is still a couple years away from being TEXAS! They do have that Longhorn Network, which makes them the team in the conference with the biggest gun, but only the Oklahoma Sooners are strong enough to contend for a national title. They have an elite NFL prospect quarterback in Landry Jones; explosive skill position guys; and about as much overall balance and depth as you’ll find on any roster.

For the Oklahoma basketball season preview go here

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