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Bradford was hurt just before halftime in the Sooners' season-opening loss to BYU and returned to play one full game before getting injured again in an Oct. 17 loss against Texas. He accompanied the Sooners for their win at Kansas on Saturday, then announced his decision the following day.
"After talking to a lot of people and getting a lot of information, it seemed like this was kind of the unanimous decision that everyone came to," Bradford said.
Bradford was projected as high as the No. 1 overall pick in this year's NFL draft before deciding to return to school. He took out an insurance policy to protect his future earnings, but declined Monday to talk about the terms of it.
"Some people think money is everything, but to me money is not everything," Bradford said. "To look at these guys and look at the relationships I've built and the experience that I've had here. Not many people can say that."
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