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Aaryn Ellenberg scored 27 points and No. 13 Oklahoma raced to a 100-61 win over Oregon Saturday in the Rainbow Wahine Showdown.
Nicole Kornet had 15 points and Morgan Hook scored 12 for the Sooners (4-1). Maddie Manning added 11 points and Portia Durrett had 10 points for Oklahoma, which opened up a 55-35 lead. Ellenberg made 7 of 12 shots from 3-point range and was 10 of 18 overall. The Sooners made 17 3-pointers in 38 tries.
Amanda Delgado scored 16 points to lead the Ducks (0-4) in the first meeting between the teams. Jillian Alleyne grabbed 23 rebounds for Oregon.
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Morgan Hook scored 16 points and No. 13 Oklahoma pulled away in the second half for a 74-49 victory over Hawaii.
The game was part of the three-day Rainbow Wahine Showdown. The Sooners (5-1) defeated Arkansas and Oregon in the previous two days.
Maddie Manning and Aaryn Ellenberg scored 12 points apiece for Oklahoma and Whitney Hand added 10 points. Ellenberg, who scored 27 points...
Nicole Griffin scored a career-high 19 points to help No. 13 Oklahoma beat Arkansas and a 30-point performance by Keira Peak to win 73-70 on Friday in tournament play.
Griffin was 8 of 11 from the field.
Whintey Hand had 14 points and nine rebounds. Morgan Hook had 14 points, eight rebounds. Maddie Manning added 10 points.
The Sooners (3-1) led 26-19 at halftime.
West Virginia wraps up their trip to Orlando (FL) as they close out the Old Spice Classic today against the Oklahoma Sooners. The Mountaineers won their first game at Disney against Marist, but fell to Davidson in the second round. Now, they’ll get their first look at new Big 12 conference foe Oklahoma. As we guide [...]
NORMAN, Okla. Not even Bedlam could shake even a bit of emotion loose from Landry Jones Saturday night.
Not another 50-point performance or another late-game drive, the kind generally seen only in the backyard and little-boy dreams, stirred up any visible feelings.
So, certainly the passing yardage, now at four figures in the past two games alone, didn't really affect Jones...
With the end of the second half looming, the Oklahoma Sooners looked to drive down the field and tie the game at 24. Landry Jones moved the ball well and with the team on the 18 yard line, Jones looked towards receiver Kenny Stills in the end-zone. The ball went through the defenders hands and Stills was able to tip the ball to himself and make the catch.
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Needing to score a touchdown in the final 30 seconds in two straight games, Landry Jones and No. 12 Oklahoma have come through in the clutch to stay right in the thick of the Big 12 championship chase.
The Sooners (9-2, 7-1 Big 12) won in the final moments of regulation at West Virginia, then tied the Bedlam rivalry with 4 seconds left before beating Oklahoma State 51-48 in overtime...
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners could win next Saturday against TCU, finish the regular season 10-2 and sit firmly inside the top 14 required for BCS at-large selection but still might need major help in getting into one of the big bowls. Three teams could shore up that problem for the Sooners, however.
NORMAN, Okla. — Sooner head coach Bob Stoops reacts to OU's 51-48 overtime Bedlam win, and Sooners Illustrated was on the scene.
NORMAN, Okla. — It’s been the biggest season of his career, but this was by far the biggest play of his unbelievable season, as running back Brennan Clay busted two tackles and sprinted into the end zone for a 51-48 Sooner walk-off overtime victory over Bedlam rival Oklahoma State Saturday at Oklahoma Memorial Stadium.
The Sooners built up a double-digit lead and rode it to the finish, outlasting the UTEP Miners 68-61 in the opening round of the Old Spice Classic in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
The annual matchup between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State is simply titled Bedlam. It's a rivalry that always produces plenty of highlight-reel plays...
In the aftermath of Bedlam, as Sooner players and faithful jumped in celebrated unity in Norman, it was easy to make sense of the insanity. The game came down to one series. One final push in overtime. Oklahoma State needed to keep Oklahoma out of the endzone, and they failed. The Sooners won another Bedlam classic – 51-48.
Oklahoma had three receivers go over 100 yards receiving and Landry Jones (in all his reported gimpyness) threw for 500 yards...
The Sooners needed all of those yards in a 51-48 overtime win...
Damon Fontenot was there and bundled up...
Oklahoma’s offense totalled 618 total yards and 44 first downs — second-most in NCAA history for a game.