Compiled from Times wires
OKLAHOMA CITY - Before the season, Oklahoma's offensive coordinator talked about preparing the Sooners to deal with an injury to Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford.
The worst-case scenario became reality Saturday night, and the result was a season-opening 14-13 upset at the hands of BYU.
Now, with no timetable for their star quarterback's return, the third-ranked Sooners are looking for Plan C - or at least a revised Plan B.
"Whether he is here or is not here for this week and the weeks to come, we're sitting right here at 0-1, and we've got to buckle it up and get moving in a quick direction and a positive direction," offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson said Sunday.
Oklahoma's medical staff was still looking at treatment options for Bradford. The injury to Bradford's right (throwing) shoulder, from a hit by BYU linebacker Coleby Clawson, has been called a sprained AC joint.
Max Hall hit McKay Jacobson for a 7-yard touchdown with 3:03 left to win it for the Cougars in Dallas' new Cowboys Stadium.
DUCK APOLOGY: Oregon running back LeGarrette Blount called Boise State defensive end Byron Hout and coach Chris Petersen to apologize for punching Hout after Thursday's game between the teams. Blount and Ducks coach Chip Kelly made the conciliatory phone call Saturday. Blount punched Hout in the jaw after the 16th-ranked Ducks' 19-8 loss to the No.14 Broncos. Hout was knocked to his knees.
GEORGIA: Coach Mark Richt said left tackle Trinton Sturdivant suffered a season-ending knee injury against Oklahoma State on Saturday.
NO.8 OLE MISS 45, MEMPHIS 14: Former Largo High standout Dexter McCluster scored twice to lead the visiting Rebels. Jevan Snead struggled for three quarters before breaking open a close game with scoring passes of 17 and 18 yards to McCluster and Markeith Summers. "It was the first game. We had to shake the cobwebs off," said McCluster, who had 50 yards rushing and 65 receiving.
S.C. STATE 34, GRAMBLING 31: South Carolina State's Malcolm Long and Derrick Wiley combined to throw three touchdowns to lead the Bulldogs to victory in Orlando in the MEAC-SWAC Challenge.
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