Oklahoma dodged a big rally and a falling camera to pull out a gritty win.
Blake Bell ran for his third touchdown in the closing seconds and the No. 19 Sooners survived a late rally, not to mention the crashing camera, to close out a difficult season with a 31-14 victory over Iowa in the Insight Bowl on Friday night.
''It means a lot. These guys persevered,'' Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said. ''(They) came out here tonight and played an excellent game.''
Oklahoma (10-3) didn't get a particularly great game from quarterback Landry Jones and wasn't effective on the ground, either. Once considered national-title contenders, the Sooners held off the gritty Hawkeyes, capping a painful year that started with the death of linebacker Austin Box in the offseason.
Jones threw for 161 yards with a touchdown and an interception, and Bell put the game away with a 21-yard touchdown run with 45 seconds left.
''We did exactly what we wanted to: end this with a win,'' Oklahoma running back Brenna...