Bell named starting QB against Tulsa, Knight out with knee injury
NORMAN, Okla. – After leaving the field in the second half of the Sooners’ game against West Virginia Saturday, OU head coach Bob Stoops announced that starting quarterback Trevor Knight will be out the next one to two weeks with an injury.
Knight sustained a bruised knee during a run at the end of the first half.
He came back on the field in the third quarter but was replaced by Blake Bell after back-to-back interceptions.
NCAAF OKLA – Oklahoma QB Trevor Knight (knee) out 1-2 weeks; QB Blake Bell to start Saturday vs. Tulsa—
Sooner Football (@SoonerFootball) September 09, 2013
Kendal Thompson, who suffered an ankle injury during summer camp, will practice as Bell’s backup.
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