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Oklahoma Sooners Injury Report | 9.15.14

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Throughout the duration of the season, injuries are inevitable. Whether season ending or simply missing a quarter of play, these things happen. Now a days, this part of the game has become accepted as officials continuously look for ways to limit major collisions. On Saturday, the Oklahoma Sooners must push on without three players as they travel to Morgantown to face a revived West Virginia Mountaineers squad.

  • News on the condition of star running back Keith Ford was released earlier today. The verdict? A fracture in a non-weight bearing bone sidelines the versatile back for two to three weeks. Ford currently leads the team in carries (34) as well as rushing yards (177).
  • Redshirt freshman and defensive tackle Charles Walker played in the first two games of the season. During that time he recorded two tackles with 0.5 tackles for loss. Once again, OU finds themselves without this kid as he continues to recover from a knee injury.
  • Matt Dimon, who played in 12 games last season, blocked a punt against Kansas St. in 2013. He looked to continue the streak coming up with a blocked extra point against Louisiana Tech this year. Dimon has only played in that game and continues to sit out due to an elbow issue.

All of the players here are listed on the two deep and will be depended up later in the season. Hopefully these three players make their way back to the field sooner (no pun intended) rather than later.