Notes: Sooner bronzed, Aggies pull heist

Here's a quick look at a couple things you might have missed over the weekend.

Sam Bradford finally gets his statue

BradfordBradfordOne of the Big 12's best traditions made an official addition on Saturday night.

Sam Bradford, who won the Heisman Trophy in 2008, had his bronze-painted statue unveiled at a gala with his former teammates and other former Sooners.

The statue will be dedicated at a game this fall and be the fifth at Oklahoma's Heisman park, a collection of statues featuring Oklahoma's four -- now five -- Heisman winners.

Billy Vessels, Steve Owens, Billy Sims and Jason White will have a new roommate on the east side of Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium.

"You know," Bradford told reporters on Saturday, "I'm pretty young to be walking around looking at a statue of myself."

Bradford, 23, won the NFL's Offensive Rookie of the Year as a St. Louis Ram last season.

All of Oklahoma's living Heisman winners were on hand for the gala, as well as Gerald McCoy, a Sooner great among the fan base's most beloved players.

"I'm just gonna get me a Gerald McCoy bobblehead doll and glue it onto the bottom," McCoy joked with the Tulsa World. "Nah, man. Sam definitely deserves it."

Aggies swipe a touted OSU commit

A little over a month after committing to Oklahoma State, ESPNU 150 Watch List athlete Bralon Addison re-opened his recruitment.

On Saturday, he pledged to Texas A&M, giving the Aggies 22 commits, the most of any team in the country with more than eight months remaining in the 2012 recruiting season.

Addison is also the Aggies' 11th commit on the ESPNU 150 Watch List. A 5-foot-10, 185-pound athlete, Addison projects as a receiver in college, but plays quarterback for Missouri City (Texas) Hightower.