Found January 31, 2013 on
The Victory Formation:
Storming the court is out of control. I blame all the students who continue to rush the court when it isn’t necessary for what happened with a toddler in midst of the Baylor/Oklahoma game Wednesday night. This wasn’t an end of the game situation, as there was still over 8 minutes remaining with the Bears trailing by 10 at home to the Sooners. Suddenly, a young child ran onto the court. We assume that is the child’s father that grabbed him in what was a funny, but probably embarrassing moment for the child’s parent. But that will be one helluva story for this family.
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With a little over 8:30 minutes left in the second half, and Baylor trailing Oklahoma by 10, a precocious tyke clad in Bears gear wandered on the court during play, causing the refs to halt the game momentarily while the kid’s dad corralled him back to his seat. Luckily he didn’t find himself smack dab in the middle of the action because he could have been hurt, or worse, soiled...
Wednesday night's NCAA basketball game in Waco, Texas between Baylor and Oklahoma was briefly interrupted in the second half when a little kid ran onto the court.
Granted that the kid was only about five, but rules are rules and they should apply to everyone, so this should be an automatic ejection from the arena, shouldn't it?
Fortunately, the kid was removed from...
A very young Baylor fan stormed the court during the Oklahoma vs. Baylor game Wednesday night. Apparently he thought he could help his team win if they just gave him the ball. But that wasn’t in the playbook. The kid ran onto the court with 8:41 remaining in the second half of the Big 12 matchup. Officials stopped the game.
The Oklahoma Sooners desperately need a road victory heading into their contest with Baylor, having dropped two straight in opposing arenas. Fortunately, they got just that, defeating the Bears in Waco 74-71 to improve to 14-5 (5-2) Wednesday evening. Though the final score is deceiving, the majority of the game it wasn’t even that close.
Oklahoma opened on an Amath M’Baye...
NORMAN, Okla. -- The Oklahoma basketball team is having its best season in years and a trip to the NCAA Tournament is a real possibility.
Pretty amazing, considering OU's most-productive player is on the bench.
Forget the scoring and rebounding and don't check the court. He's not out there.
Check the Klout instead.
James Fraschilla is a walk-on and you can find him...
NORMAN, Okla. — The two play a different position, but that doesn't mean tonight's contest between OU guard Je'lon Hornbeak and Baylor 7-foot-1 center Isaiah Austin will take any less meaning. They've bee competitors since high school and Hornbeak talks about that continuing relationship and more inside with Sooners Illustrated.