Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops says that running back DeMarco Murray (knee) continues to improve.
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops is encouraged about running back DeMarco Murray's (knee) ability to play in the Big XII Championship game. “DeMarco is much improved from (Sunday),” Stoops said. “We'll see as the week goes. I don't want to say something until it's for sure. But it's looking positive right now."
Oklahoma running back DeMarco Murray took a helmet to his knee in the fourth quarter of last night's win over Oklahoma State. Murray was able to walk off the field under his own power and coach Bob Stoops said after the game he didn't believe it was serious.
Oklahoma speedster DeMarco Murray was held to 62 yards rushing and a score, however he hauled in six balls for 120 yards and an electric touchdown as the Sooner took care of business in Waco.
Oklahoma running back DeMarco Murray should be ready to go this week against Baylor, according to coach Bob Stoops. Murray appeared to hurt his left arm/shoulder last week, which limited his touches.
Oklahoma running back DeMarco Murray could only muster 80 yards and a score on 25 carries, though he did catch 10 balls for an additional 67 yards in the loss at College Station.
Oklahoma running back DeMarco Murray needs just 32 yards Saturday against Texas A&M to break Joe Washington's record for OU career all-purpose yards of 5,881.
Oklahoma used a three-pronged ground attack (DeMarco Murray gained 40 yards on 11 carries, Roy Finch went 10 for 39 yards and Brennan Clay gained 38) as the Sooners outclassed an overmatched Colorado squad.
Oklahoma running back DeMarco Murray was held to 49 yards on 12 carries while young Roy Finch gained 59 yards on his nine carries. Murray did catch eight balls for 48 yards and score in the loss at Mizzou.
Oklahoma running back DeMarco Murray ran for 112 yards and two scores as the Sooners rolled Iowa State. He also scored a touchdown through the air.
Oklahoma running back DeMarco Murray ran the ball 25 times for 115 yards and two scores in the win over Texas. He tacked on 31 receiving yards for good measure.
Oklahoma running back DeMarco Murray ran the ball 28 times for 67 yards and a score in the win over Cincinnati.
Oklahoma running back DeMarco Murray ran for 111 rushing yards and two rushing TDs on 26 carries in a win over Air Force. He added five receptions for 38 yards and another score.
Oklahoma running back DeMarco Murray scored two more touchdown in a rout of Florida State. He ran for just 50 yards on 16 carries but added four catches and 52 receiving yards.