September 24, 2007

Bradford talks about Tulsa victory

It might be an arguable point, but Sam Bradford faced his first road test of the season last Friday in Tulsa. The Sooners struggled early, but took over in the second half to run away from the Golden Hurrican 62-21.

Bradford started out rough with an early interception but regained his composure to complete 16-of-22 passes for 244 yards and three touchdowns. Bradford talked with Editor Carey Murdock following the win. You come in tonight and see a little bit of adversity, can you talk about coming back as an offense and trying to build a lead?
Sam Bradford:
It's kind of one of those things we talked about. Our coaches tell us that it's not always going to be smooth out there, everything's not going to be perfect. You're going to have to battle back and I thought we showed some maturity out there. We came back, put some points on the board and settled in and played a really good game. Did it feel like a road game today?
There were a lot of OU fans here but it definitely was a road game in the fact that the environment was just different. It wasn't Norman so it was definitely a road game. Was the feel in the huddle any different than the first three games because it wasn't just up and down the field all day long?
I really don't think so. We had the attitude that we were going to score on that next play and we were going to get a drive going. We knew we had the capabilities of doing it and we just stayed positive and kept going at it.

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