Vote for Your Favorite Plays of 2009

Athletics Communications
By Athletics Communications
University of Oklahoma
DECEMBER 16, 2009
NORMAN, Okla. -- Vote for your favorite plays from the 2009 Oklahoma football season. has selected 20 of the best plays from throughout the year. Now, we want your opinion.
View each clip by clicking the links below and then cast your vote. Pick as many plays as you wish and vote often. Then view the results to see how other Sooner fans are weighing in.
Oklahoma will play its regular season finale against Stanford in the 2009 Brut Sun Bowl on Dec. 31. For complete coverage leading up to the game, visit Sooner Bowl Central.
Click to Play VideoA) Murray Somersault vs. Tulsa
First DeMarco Murray spun, then he flipped into the end zone for an acrobatic TD against the Hurricane.
Click to Play VideoB) Franks 85-Yard INT at Kansas
Dom Franks stepped in front of a Todd Reesing pass and took it all the way back for a touchdown.
Click to Play VideoC) Broyles 3rd-and-24 vs. K-State
Ryan Broyles put an end to Kansas State's rally with a display of pure effort on this third-and-long play.
Click to Play VideoD) English Sacks Colt McCoy
Senior DE Auston English drilled the Texas QB from his blind side and Reynolds recovered the fumble.
Click to Play VideoE) Ratterree Saves Shutout vs. OSU
Trent Ratterree preserved OU's shutout by chasing down a Cowboy defender and stripping the football.
Click to Play VideoF) McCoy Drops BYU in Backfield
GK busts through the line of scrimmage and drops the ball carrier for one of his 14.5 TFLs on the year.
Click to Play VideoG) Broyles Double-Reverse vs. A&M
OU dipped into its bag of tricks early against A&M with Broyles going 25 yards on the end-around.
Click to Play VideoH) Way 74-Yard Punt vs. OSU
Punter Tress Way boomed his longest kick of the year to turn the field position battle vs. the Cowboys.
Click to Play VideoI) Jones Deep Ball vs. Idaho State
In his first start, Landry Jones never looked more comfortable than on this beautiful bomb to Broyles.
Click to Play VideoJ) Murray Weaves Through A&M
OU had the perfect play called, but Murray did much of the work himself, going 67 yards vs. the Aggies.
Click to Play VideoK) Beal, McCoy Sack K-State
OU's sackmasters met in the backfield before KSU QB Grant Gregory even had a chance to look up.
Click to Play VideoL) Brown Dives for Score at Kansas
Senior RB Chris Brown sheds a number of tackles and dashes 26 yards before diving into the end zone.
Click to Play VideoM) Clayton's Crazy INT vs. Baylor
Ryan Reynolds deflected a pass straight in the air and Keenan Clayton went up to get it against the Bears.
Click to Play VideoN) Broyles Slips Texas 'D' for TD
Ryan Broyles made it a 13-13 game in the Cotton Bowl with a nifty move up the sideline against Texas.
Click to Play VideoO) Jackson Fumble Return vs. A&M
Sometimes you get a lucky bounce. Senior CB Brian Jackson did here and took it 51 yards for the score.
Click to Play VideoP) O'Hara 47-Yard Field Goal at Tech
Walk-on kicker Patrick O'Hara boots OU's longest field goal of the year, a 47-yarder at Texas Tech.
Click to Play VideoQ) Caleb Stiff-Arms Way to TD
Brandon Caleb hauled in a long pass from Landry Jones and held off the Tulsa defender for a score.
Click to Play VideoR) Beal Chases Down Jacory Harris
Miami's elusive QB couldn't shake Jeremy Beal, who notched his third sack of the game vs. the Hurricanes.
Click to Play VideoS) Broyles Punt Return vs. OSU
After catching the ball with his back to the defense, Broyles turned around and went 87 yards for the TD.

Click to Play VideoT) Beal, Taylor Triple-Sack vs. TU
Tulsa's G.J. Kinne avoided the Sooners twice but could not escape a third time as OU forced a fumble.
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