Bomar, Quinn issue statements on violations
NORMAN, Okla. -- Coach Bob Stoops said Thursday that Oklahoma acted quickly when it found out that starting quarterback Rhett Bomar and offensive lineman J.D. Quinn broke NCAA rules through their employment at a car dealership.
Stoops said he had not been aware that Bomar and Quinn were working at the dealership last fall until Oklahoma's compliance staff investigated the situation. He said he didn't rush to a decision but considered it "fairly cut and dry."
Stoops said ...
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OUt Of The Picture
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