NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -Oklahoma still doesn't know if quarterback Sam Bradford, who suffered a concussion last week, will be able to play against Oklahoma State on Saturday
Coach Bob Stoops said Wednesday that Bradford would be re-evaluated Thursday by team doctors.
``Everything with Sam is positive,'' Stoops said after practice. ``The doctors will evaluate him today and tomorrow and we'll see.''
Bradford was hurt in the first quarter of Oklahoma's 34-27 loss at Texas Tech on Saturday, which knocked the 10th-ranked Sooners out of the national title picture. Bradford has thrown for 2,520 yards and 28 touchdowns with only six interceptions this season and is the nation's top-rated passer.
Backup Joey Halzle completed 21 of 41 passes for 291 yards with two touchdowns and one interception in relief of Bradford against Tech.
Stoops said the return of defensive end Auston English, the Big 12 sacks leader, was ``doubtful'' for Saturday. English has missed the past two games with a hairline fracture in his leg.
Oklahoma will be without leading rusher DeMarco Murray (knee), defensive end Alan Davis (concussion) and backup receiver Adron Tennell (knee).

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