RYAN BROYLES RUMORS & GOSSIP
College coaches often lie to the players they’re recruiting.
“You’re going to start for us, definitely,” they say.
“We’ll turn you into a first round draft pick,” others claim.
“We’re enclosing the south end of Memorial Stadium,” Oklahoma coaches told Ryan Broyles in 2007.
While the third statement might not have been true at the time, the Sooners are...
The Detroit Lions missed the playoffs in 2013, which meant players were free to head to the nearest beach and start sipping umbrella drinks once the regular season ended.
But not Ryan Broyles.
The receiver had suffered a third consecutive season-ending injury -- this time a ruptured Achilles tendon -- and was committed not only to returning to health in 2014, but staying that way...
ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- A lot of Detroit Lions fans are going to be shaking their heads over this one.
The Lions selected Oklahoma receiver Ryan Broyles with their second-round pick, 54th overall, Friday night in the NFL Draft.
Broyles, coming off surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee late last season, was projected as a fourth-round selection by some...
Less than five months after having surgery on a torn knee ligament, All-American receiver Ryan Broyles made his case for the NFL draft Thursday by running the 40-yard dash and a handful of routes for pro scouts.
Broyles was clocked in 4.57 seconds and 4.59 seconds on a pair of 40-yard runs and caught six passes from former Oklahoma quarterback Joey Halzle.
Broyles has caught the...
Via AP on Fox
April 12, 2012
Ryan Broyles WR Oklahoma #85
Ht: 5’10″Wt: 192
Good hands; catches away from his body and quickly secures the ball and turns upfield. Explosive runner with the ball in his hands. Shows good vision and has the agility to make guys miss in the open field. Does a nice job adjusting to the ball in the air. A good all-around athlete; great body control when going...
It's almost an insult to Ryan Broyles to even ask the question.Can he be replaced?You just don't snap your fingers and find an adequate fill-in for one of the greatest pass catchers in college football history. Broyles could beat defenses in so many ways - deep routes, screens, catch-and-runs. He was the perfect receiver for oklahoma's uptempo Air Raid offense, an...
Another Saturday, another day of carnage. Drink, football fan, drink.
Unranked Northwestern beat double-digit favorite No. 10 Nebraska at Lincoln while No. 15 Michigan lost to unranked Iowa. This means that the Big Ten's Legends division is not legendary but it does qualify to rival Big East play. Yeah, I know, that's harsh, but someone has to paint the ugly picture of reality...
Oklahoma's Ryan Broyles, one of college football's most prolific receivers, saw his career cut short Saturday when he suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament.
The season-ending injury to Broyles' left knee is a blow to Oklahoma's hopes of getting back into national title contention. It also throws some doubt into Broyles' status for next spring's NFL Draft...
Oklahoma wide receiver Ryan Broyles will miss the rest of the season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament Saturday night against Texas A&M, CBS Sports reported.
Broyles, who broke the record for career NCAA receptions earlier this season, was injured during the third quarter, landing awkwardly on his left leg while trying to spin out of a tackle.
The senior was seen...
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The 7th ranked Oklahoma Sooners defeated Texas A&M today 41-25 but the mood after the game was one of sadness as senior wide receiver Ryan Broyles suffered a torn ACL in the third quarter. Head coach Bob Stoops confirmed the news after game, per NewsOK. OU coach Bob Stoops said after the game that [...]