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Stoops: Bradford gives Oklahoma stability at quarterback

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NORMAN, Okla. -- Sam Bradford may be coming off a record-setting freshman season, but Sooners coach Bob Stoops says there's still room for the quarterback to improve.

That doesn't necessarily mean fans should expect bigger numbers than Bradford put up last year.

Stoops says he'll be looking for Bradford to improve his arm strength, footwork and leadership while staying within Oklahoma's offensive system.

Stoops says he wants Bradford to be careful not to feel like he has to be a Superman. While the coach hopes his quarterback will have some of those Superman moments, he wants Bradford and everyone else on the team to focus on doing their job.

Check out the entire Stoops press conference from Tuesday in the featured video section.

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