Found November 28, 2012 on isportsweb.com:
PLAYERS: Sam Grooms
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Sunday evening in Oklahoma’s 77-70 win over West Virginia, Sam Grooms played a vital role in the victory.  He didn’t start, and his stats aren’t exactly eye-popping, but his presence on the court was crucial nonetheless.  Grooms finished with four assists and zero turnovers in just 24 minutes of play.  He came in at a time in which the Sooners were trailing, and helped pace the game, control the tempo and settle down the offense. In the same game, forward Andrew Fitzgerald also played a big part in the win.  Like Grooms, Fitzgerald didn’t start, but he ended up with nine points on 4-6 shooting in 23 minutes.  Perhaps his biggest contribution however came with about seven minutes left in the game, when he calmly knocked down a baseline jumper to halt a West Virginia run and give the Sooners the go ahead bucket.  It was arguably riding the momentum created off that basket that the Sooners sparked a surge and pulled away with game in hand. If you haven’t figured it out by now (or maybe...
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