Sam Bradford is not starting against Miami. This we know.
It's a shame, sure. Here's a kid with all the potential in the world. He has won the Heisman. He led his team to the national championship game as a RS So, and then sprains his shoulder in the first half of the first game of what could be his final collegiate season. He's been on the bench since then.
So, what should we do? Should we lament the fact that he doesn't have a chance to win the Heisman Trophy two years in a row?
No, let's not do that. No need to cry over freshly spilt milk. Instead, let's cry over milk that was allegedly spilled a long, long time ago.
Sound like a bad idea? Then you can bet the media has it covered.
In a press conference held on Tuesday, head coach Bob Stoops was asked whether Bradford should have even come back to Oklahoma after all his success last season, insinuating that Stoops convinced the QB that returning to school was in his best interest.
It's likely, depending on the trajectory of Bradford's career from this point forward...
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