Injury Report

OU running back Brennan Clay

NORMAN, Okla. — Although a couple of Sooners sustained injuries the other night in a 62-6 victory over the Ball State Cardinals, it appears the Sooners will be full strength.

"I anticipate everyone playing that played a week ago again, so I expect all those guys to play," said OU head coach Bob Stoops. "They all practiced yesterday, so unless something changes, [that'll be the case]. You know, if something changes, I'll announce that on Friday. If it doesn't, I just expect them to play."

The guys he's referring to include running back Brennan Clay and boundary corner Jamell Fleming.

Clay sustained a shoulder injury against the Cardinals, while Fleming suffered a concussion.

But both seem to be on the track to return and play in the Red River Rivalry.

In other news, offensive lineman Jarvis Jones, who was out the first few games after a torn patella tendon in the spring, appears to have no repercussions.

I was really happy for him," Stoops said. "He's really worked hard on that knee to come back and be back early. Just, you know, through the summer and even here through two-a-days, [I] saw him every day just out there for two hours working and rehabbing. So, it's just pleasing, especially a guy that's a senior and a good football player, so it's good to have him back."

Center Ben Habern, who broke his arm against Missouri, is still out for several weeks.

Everyone else is completely healthy.

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