Defensive end may not play in Colorado game
NORMAN, Okla. -- Oklahoma starting defensive end Dan Cody may not play Saturday against Colorado.
Cody suffered an ankle sprain last week against Missouri and remains a "little questionable," OU coach Bob Stoops said after practice Thursday.
The 6-foot-5, 270-pound junior has five sacks and is part of a three-man rotation at the two end positions.
If Cody isn't able to play, Larry Birdine would start.
Birdine, a freshman with three sacks, has played extensively as a reserve for Cody and Jonathan Jackson.
Sophomore Calvin Thibodeaux, who's had limited duty, could see increased playing time as a back-up in the end rotation.
Officials expect starting middle linebacker Wayne Chambers, who hurt his ankle against Missouri, to play on Saturday.
This story is from ESPN.com's automated news wire. Wire index
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