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OU's Sam Bradford has surgery on left hand

GAINESVILLE -- Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford had surgery to repair ligament damage in his non-throwing, left hand on Sunday, according to Oklahoma.

The surgery lasted 90 minutes. Bradford was discharged from the hospital on Sunday morning and attended the Sooners BCS selection show on Sunday night.

"I was a clean, routine procedue and we expect Sam to bounce back quickly," OU head coach Bob Stoops said. "He'll be practicing again within 10 days and we've taken this week off anyway, so he won't miss much."

No.1 Florida (12-1) plays No.2 Oklahoma (12-1) on Jan. 8 at Dolphin Stadium in the college football national championship game.



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The surgery on his non-throwing hand is no big deal, the problem will be Stoops's coaching and Florida's D. His record in his last 4 BCS games wasn't very good, all big L's. Still, I can't wait for the game.

There is no coach in America that I would rather have coaching the Sooners than Bob Stoops. Go Big Red!

Ahhh...Bob Stoops, the one that got away

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