NORMAN, Okla. - With a dominant defense and Sam Bradford's
pinpoint passing, Oklahoma is on its way back to No. 1.
Bradford threw for a career-best 411 yards and four touchdowns,
Manuel Johnson set a school record with 206 yards receiving and the
second-ranked Sooners avenged their last loss at Owen Field by
beating No. 24 TCU 35-10 Saturday night.
With top-ranked Southern California and three other top 10 teams
losing, Oklahoma (4-0) made as strong a case as anyone to get back
to No. 1 for the first time since it lost to Kansas State in the
2003 Big 12 championship game.
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