Bradford, who led the nation in passing efficiency last season, is No. 2 in that statistic this season. The sophomore from Oklahoma City 134-of-185 passes for 2,052 yards with 23 touchdowns and just five interceptions.
Last Saturday against Texas, he threw five TD strikes to raise his career total to 59, and NCAA record over a freshman and sophomore season.
Robinson, a consensus All-American last season, is OU's starter at left guard. The Sooner offense ranks No. 4 in scoring and passing and is No. 6 in total yards.
CBSSports.com named just a first-team unit.
OU returns to action Saturday when it hosts Kansas in the annual Homecoming game. Kickoff is slated for 2:30 p.m., and the game will be televised regionally on ABC.