Brandon Caleb

Oklahoma Sooners #8 - Wide Receiver

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 193

The Running Game Was Working and First Down Made a Difference

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We have obviously rehashed how the Sooners made stupid mistakes that cost them the game against Missouri. But perhaps a bit of strategy failed them as well?

2010 College Football Countdown: 8 Days!

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2010 College Football Countdown: 8 Days!

2010 Oklahoma Football Preview: Receivers/Tight Ends

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2010 Oklahoma Football Preview: Receivers/Tight Ends

Oklahoma Football Practice Report: Latest Depth Chart Released

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Oklahoma Football Practice Report: Latest Depth Chart Released

Oklahoma Football Practice Report: Plenty Of Options At Receiver This Year

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Oklahoma Football Practice Report: Plenty Of Options At Receiver This Year

Oklahoma: Beyond the Box Score Offensive Preview

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A preview of the 2010 Oklahoma offense, with returnees like Landry Jones, DeMarco Murray, Ryan Broyles, and Stephen Good.

Ranking The Big 12 Offenses - Preseason 2010

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2010 Preseason Rankings of Big 12 Offenses

Five Questions For Spring Football At OU

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Oklahoma's football team hits the field today for the first spring practice of 2010 and coming off a disappointing 2009 campaign there are some questions that need to be answered.

What The Crystal Ball Says About Oklahoma And Stanford In The Sun Bowl

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Now we turn our attention to the Sooners and the Sun Bowl. The good news for Oklahoma is that the Pac 10 has looked terribly unimpressive so far in the bowl season and we’re predicting a Sooner romp.

Breaking Down Bedlam

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There are so many things that could go right or wrong for Oklahoma in today’s Bedlam football game that I really have no idea what to expect. On one hand you consider how well the Sooners play at...

Q&A With An Oklahoma Sooner Expert

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Understanding the Oklahoma Sooners is key to beating them, so Corn Nation teamed up with a Sooner expert to find out more about what makes them tick.

Post Baylor Game Quotes And Thoughts

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Reading between the lines Bob Stoops is saying that it nice to finally be the team playing someone else without their starting quarterback instead of being the team without the starting quarterback.