NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -Oklahoma defensive tackle DeMarcus Granger will be out at least four weeks and could miss the remainder of the second-ranked Sooners' season with an injured left foot.
Coach Bob Stoops said Wednesday night that Granger and doctors were determining whether to insert a pin, which would take him out of action for an extended period.
Granger was hurt in the second quarter of Oklahoma's 55-14 victory at Washington on Saturday.
One play after he was flagged for a personal foul, three Washington offensive linemen teamed up to push Granger to the ground. He returned to the sideline on crutches.
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