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2015 Oklahoma Sooners Countdown To Kickoff | 29 Days!

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Chris Brown was never the number one running back in Oklahoma, but for four straight years he contributed greatly to the Sooners success on offense. No. 29 was behind Adrian Peterson as a freshman and behind Demarco Murray for the next three seasons. But he still managed to be one of the most productive backs Oklahoma has ever had.

He recorded 42 touchdowns from 2006-09 and accumulated nearly 3,000 yards as a Sooner. He averaged 4.7 yards per carry on over 600 carries during that time as well.

His best season came in 2008 when he helped the Sooners reach the national championship game by recording 20 touchdowns and over 1000 yards while Oklahoma won 12 games.