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 NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops isn't giving an update on Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford's recovery from a sprained shoulder to prevent any speculation on the quarterback's return.
Asked Tuesday whether Bradford would be able to return this week or had resumed throwing, Stoops said he's ``not even going to go there.''
Bradford was hurt just before halftime in Oklahoma's season-opening loss to BYU. Stoops has said Bradford would be out two to four weeks.
The 12th-ranked Sooners (1-1) host Tulsa (2-0) on Saturday.

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