Sam Bradford is back in his comfort zone, hanging out with his Oklahoma teammates.
He is happiest when he's just "one of the guys," quarterbacks coach Josh Heupel said. That, however, is becoming harder to do.
The sophomore quarterback won another honor Monday when he was voted college football Player of the Year by The Associated Press. Bradford already captured the Davey O'Brien Award and Heisman Trophy.
While he appreciates all the recognition, there's a BCS title showdown with Florida waiting on Jan. 8. In winning the AP award, Bradford beat out the same two quarterbacks he did for the Heisman — Colt McCoy of Texas and Tim Tebow of Florida.
Weis to call plays
Notre Dame Coach Charlie Weis says he will call the offensive plays against Hawaii in Wednesday's Hawaii Bowl instead of offensive coordinator Mike Haywood.
Weis called plays during the team's final three regular-season games.
The Irish (6-6) are seeking to snap their NCAA-record nine-game bowl losing streak.
Eastern Michigan introduced Ron English as football coach, making him the fifth black head coach in major-college football.
English, 40, replaces Jeff Genyk, who was fired last month after going 16-42.
English was Louisville's defensive coordinator after spending five years at Michigan. His final two seasons in Ann Arbor were as the team's defensive coordinator.