Found January 12, 2013 on isportsweb.com:
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Rowdy and rancorous.  Those are probably the two words that best define bedlam basketball.  Over the past couple of seasons however, the annual rivalry between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State has lacked that hostility that makes bedlam basketball so entertaining, lackluster seasons for both teams perhaps partially to blame.  But Saturday afternoon, it all came back.  In 40 minutes of chipping, fighting and scrapping, Oklahoma came out the victor, defeating their bitter foes by a score of 77-68 at the Lloyd Noble Center.  The victory marks the ninth straight for the Sooners against Oklahoma State when playing at home and improves their record to 11-3 (2-0). Buddy Hield was all over the court for the Sooners in their victory (Photo from Soonersports.com) Buddy Hield paved the way for the Sooner victory, affecting the game in a multitude of ways.  In just his fourth career start, the freshman is fitting in just fine, today was no different.  Hield scored 15 points on 6 for 11 shooting whil...
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