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Multiple sources are reporting that Oklahoma will be without three players for the Peach Bowl vs. LSU on Dec. 28 due to suspensions.

Those players include sophomore defensive end Ronnie Perkins, junior running back Rhamondre Stevenson and true freshman receiver Trejan Bridges.


Perkins is the Sooners' best pass rusher with 38 tackles, 13.5 for a loss, and six sacks this season.

Stevenson is the third leading rusher on the team behind QB Jalen Hurts and RB Kennedy Brooks. He has 64 carries for 515 yards and six touchdowns on the season.

Bridges has seven catches for 82 yards with two touchdowns in nine games.

Here's what Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley had to say on Wednesday when he was asked about the suspension:

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All I ask is we play a completely healthy ohio state or we will never hear the 'we won because they weren't 100%" gimmick. Probably wont regardless. Geaux tigers
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In a few years from now nobody but will remember why, only that we were the national champs. Just like nobody remembers why OU had an easier championship game following the 2000 season except for some FSU fans.
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Whoa! What a huge difference this will make in the final outcome of the game! This reporting has been appreciated and noted, thank you, TD Staff.
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Little late TigerDroppings
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