No second thoughts for Sam Bradford.
At a time when top NFL prospects are getting ready for the draft, Bradford tonight was recognized in Fort Worth with the Davey O'Brien Award as the nation's top quarterback.
He's looking ahead to another chance to lead Oklahoma to a national championship.
The NFL will have to wait another year -- maybe two -- for the O'Brien and Heisman Trophy winner.
The 24-14 loss to Florida in last month's BCS national championship is what occupies his thoughts.
Bradford has thrown for 7,841 yards and a school-record 86 touchdowns in his two seasons at OU -- including 50 this past season as a sophomore.
Though he would have been a high draft pick, Bradford decided last month to stay with the Sooners.
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