Stoops Receives Game Ball

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Updated: 9/08/2013 7:28 pm
When is a win more than just a win? When it's your first one. As much as you Solid Blue fans loved the first win of the Stoops era, his troops appreciated that much more ...

After yesterday's decisive 41-7 win over Miami of Ohio, Stoops surprised with the game ball from linebacker Avery Williamson.   The game ball - a symbolic token of the person most responsible for the win.

Nothing symblic about Stoops' role in the victory. The team, placing forth a better effort than a week ago against Western Kentucky.

Although touched, Stoops saying there's no crying in football ...

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