Posted February 16, 2013 on
NORMAN, Okla. — With freshman guard Buddy Hield out with a broken bone in his right foot, fellow freshman guard Je'lon Hornbeak is one of the guys that is expected to play a bigger role, and he tells Sooners Illustrated he's prepared to do just that.
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Sam Grooms played the game of his college career Saturday afternoon. The savvy senior came off the bench to stabilize the Sooner offense for a career high 18 points on 9-11 shooting and four assists. He was instrumental in a late first half run that gave the Sooners the advantage at the break, and came up with some big time second half plays. However, Grooms’ hot hand, as...
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NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners led all game one and held on, then fell behind and stormed back to victory in miraculous, extra-inning fashion in game two to sweep Saturday’s twin bill against the Hofstra Pride at L. Dale Mitchell Park, moving to 3-0 on the young season.
The Sooners used a furious run to close out the first half and never trailed in the second half but still couldn’t escape Gallagher-Iba Arena victoriously Saturday afternoon, falling to in-state Bedlam rival Oklahoma State 84-79 in overtime.