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Topic - Dominique Whaley
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No. 2 Alabama (8-0, 5-0 SEC) vs. No. 1 LSU (8-0, 5-0), 8 p.m. (CBS).
No. 11 Oklahoma will chase another Big 12 title without Dominique Whaley.
The new poll released Sunday offered mixed news for the Oklahoma Sooners.
No. 3 Oklahoma made a case to reclaim that top ranking with a Red River Rivalry rout.
Dominique Whaley arrived at Oklahoma with little fanfare as a walk-on from an NAIA school and not a recruit with five stars in front of his name.
Whaley said he even considered sneaking out instead of coming in to visit with dozens of reporters who huddled around him following the game.
"That was a big emphasis in the offseason, showing that we could dominate in the run game," Whaley said. "And I really feel like they proved that."