- Associated Press - Monday, August 30, 2010

NORMAN, OKLA. (AP) - Whether or not defensive tackle Adrian Taylor plays for No. 7 Oklahoma in its opener Saturday against Utah State will be a game-day decision.

Taylor is recovering from a broken ankle sustained in the Sooners’ Sun Bowl victory in December and said Monday “it’s a day-by-day process” at this point. He plans to meet with team doctors on Saturday.

Taylor says “don’t be surprised if I’m out there, don’t be surprised if I’m not out there.”

Taylor and No. 3 overall NFL draft pick Gerald McCoy teamed to make up a dominant force in the middle of Oklahoma’s defensive line last season. The two played nearly every snap until Taylor was injured.

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