Will this Year Be the Year For Oklahoma's DeMarco Murray?

Sean ScottContributor IJuly 23, 2009

BOULDER, CO - SEPTEMBER 29:  DeMarco Murray #7 of the Oklahoma Sooners runs the ball against the Colorado Buffaloes at Folsom Field on September 29, 2007 in Boulder, Colorado. Colorado defeated Oklahoma 27-24.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

It seems like every year DeMarco Murray gets hurt before the big bowl games. Last year, Murray rushed for 1,002 yards, 5.6 yards a carry, and 14 touchdowns. He was also a receiving and retuning threat with 395 yards and 4 touchdowns.

On his returns, he averaged 27.6 yards. Murray was the fuel that led the countries' best scoring offense.

I am not saying that Sam Bradford isn't great at what he does, I mean he is the Heisman Trophy winner!

If you have been following the Sooners the past couple of years you would have noticed when the explosive Murray is on his game the Sooners play on a different level.

The Sooners will have things to work on before the season starts, like special teams, the secondary, the defense, and the offensive line, but if Murray stays healthy the whole season you will see the Sooners in the "Big Game!"