Reports: Oklahoma WR Bridges reinstated for Big 12 title game
Oklahoma wide receiver Trejan Bridges has been cleared to play in Saturday’s Big 12 championship game after serving a season-long suspension, according to multiple reports.
The reports of the sophomore’s reinstatement come a year to the day when he and two of his teammates — defensive end Ronnie Perkins, running back Rhamondre Stevenson — were suspended for the Sooners’ College Football Playoff semifinal at the Peach Bowl.
Perkins and Stevenson were reinstated after serving a six-game suspension, but Bridges was sidelined for an additional four games.
The No. 10 Sooners play No. 6 Iowa State on Saturday.
Bridges played in 13 games last year as a freshman, contributing seven catches for 82 yards — two of them touchdowns.
Stevenson and Perkins returned Oct. 31 against Texas Tech. Stevenson has six touchdowns in four games. Perkins has four sacks to go with 18 tackles.
–Field Level Media