Sam Bradford’s Prognosis to Take 1-2 Weeks

FOX SPORTS:  OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops says it will be a week or two before the third-ranked Sooners have a timetable for the return of Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford from a sprained shoulder.

Stoops said Monday on the Big 12 coaches’ conference call that the quarterback has either a Grade II or Grade III sprain of the AC joint in his right, throwing shoulder.

“A lot of it depends on how he heals and how he feels as he’s healing here through the week,” Stoops said. “In the end, it’s going to be a while before we know what the plan will be.”

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Bradford was injured in the second quarter of Oklahoma’s season-opening 14-13 loss to BYU on Saturday when he was hit by linebacker Coleby Clawson. Redshirt freshman Landry Jones, making his college debut, replaced Bradford.

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“The other night, I thought he handled everything well,” Stoops said. “(The offense) doesn’t change. They’re very similar styles of quarterback.”  Read full story here



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