Draft Scout Snapshot:DS Rating on 9-1-10: #1 RB, #20/750 Overall, 1-2 2010: All-Big 12 first team by AP and coaches...set OU career marks for all-purpose yards (6,626), touchdowns (64), points (384), and receiving yards by a RB (1,572)...five multiple TD games this season, 18 career...five 100-yard rushing games this season, 13 career...career-high 208 yards rushing vs Utah State...three 100-yard receiving games...six games with at least six catches (career-high 10 vs Colorado, Texas A&M)...season receptions rank No 5 at OU by any position...No. 2 at OU for career catches by RB with 155...second player at OU with 1,000 yards in three categories (3,592 rushing, 1,572 receiving, 1,462 kick returns)...No. 6 in career rushing yards (3, 592)...No. 4 in career rushing attempts (744)...Academic All-Big 12 second team...2009: All-Big 12 second team by coaches and honorable mention by AP ... All-Big 12 Academic second team ... second on the team in both rushing and receiving ... had two 100-yard rushing games with 107 against Baylor and 101 against Idaho State ... four multi-touchdown games (13 in his career)...2008: All-Big 12 first team by the coaches and second team by the AP ... All-Big 12 Academic first team ... suffered hamstring injury on opening kickoff of Big 12 Championship and missed BCS Championship ... set OU single-season record for all-purpose yards with 2,171 total yards ... became Oklahoma's 67th 100-yard rusher with 100 yards in the third game of the season ... team's leading kick returner with 774 yards, second best in a season in OU history ... blossomed into a receiving threat with 31 receptions, the fourth most by an Oklahoma receiver in a season ... eclipsed the 100-yard rushing mark in five games ... also topped the century mark in kick return yards on three occasions, including 196 yards against Oklahoma State ...2007: Suffered a dislocated knee cap in game No. 11 at Texas Tech, then missed the remainder of the season and the subsequent spring workouts ... honorable mention All-Big 12 by the coaches and Associated Press ... honored by the AP as both a running back and all-purpose player ... first team Academic All-Big 12 ... averaged 29.3 yards per kickoff return, the second-highest average in team history ... 15 touchdowns tied the OU freshman record set by Adrian Peterson ...2006: Redshirted.
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12/28/12 - RB DeMarco Murray didn't play in the first meeting against the Redskins as he was hobbled by a sprained foot. The Cowboys' offense has taken off since his return, amassing more than 400 yards in three of the four games -- even though Murray hasn't always put up big numbers. The threat of him on the ground has opened up the play-action passing game, creating opportunities for big plays down the field.
12/24/12 - RB DeMarco Murray fumbled against the Saints, marking his second straight game with a fumble. He went 289 carries without a fumble until last week against the Steelers. Now he has two in back-to-back games.
12/21/12 - RB DeMarco Murray (foot) returned to practice on a limited basis Thursday after sitting out Wednesday. He will play against the Saints Sunday.
12/06/12 - RB DeMarco Murray (foot) returned to practice as a limited participant Thursday after missing Wednesday's practice for precautionary reasons. He should play against the Bengals.
12/05/12 - RB DeMarco Murray didn't practice Wednesday but it was mainly for precautionary reasons. He did conditioning instead. But there was no setback for Murray after playing last Sunday against the Eagles for the first time since being sidelined for six games with a sprained foot. He wore three plates in his show to protect his foot.
"It's my first game back, so they just wanted to be a little cautious about it," he said Wednesday at Valley Ranch, where the Cowboys got started on their work week for Sunday's game at Cincinnati. "I feel fine. The foot is fine. I could have went, but they just wanted to be smart about it."