In 2007 the Oklahoma Sooners opened the season with a 79-10 win over North Texas. The following week, the Miami Hurricanes would come to town hoping to spoil the early success of redshirt freshman quarterback, Sam Bradford, with speed and talent.
Unfortunately for the visiting squad, Bradford capped off the first two games of the year completing 83% of his passes. To boot, the quarterback had thrown as many touchdowns as completions (eight). The effort secured the No. 1 spot in the nation for passing efficiency.
Following the 51-13 victory over the Hurricanes, the young Bradford was tabbed as the Walter Camp Player of the Week alongside earning the Conference Player of the Week award.