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The Sooners had never scored a last-minute, come-from-behind win in Bob Stoops’ storied career at Oklahoma. But Saturday night OU’s maligned senior quarterback Landry Jones calmly marched the offense down the field on a six-play, 54-yard scoring drive, tossing a 6-yard touchdown pass to Kenny Stills on fourth down with 24 seconds left in the game to cap a dramatic 50-49 win over West Virginia.
On a night when the OU defense got flat-out torched, the Sooners needed every single bit of Jones’ 554 passing yards and 6 TDs to avoid losing their first-ever game against the Mountaineers as conference mates. Speedy WVU scatback Tavon Austin abused OU’s struggling run D for 344 yards on the ground and 2 TDs. He added another 82 yards through the air for good measure. Stedman Bailey, Austin’s prolific partner in crime, caught 13 passes for 205 yards and 4 TDs.
To be fair, the 'Stache had a hand in contributing to OU’s near-demise, too, tossing a head-scratching interception in the...
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Landry Jones threw six touchdown passes, including a 5-yarder to Kenny Stills with 24 seconds left, to lift No. 12 Oklahoma to a wild 50-49 win over West Virginia on Saturday night.
Jones finished with 554 passing yards to break his own school record. He needed a terrific game to offset the performances of West Virginia's tandem of Tavon Austin and Stedman Bailey.
The Sooners got a little bit of Sooner Magic they haven’t gotten in quite some time, as quarterback Landry Jones called an audible and completed a fourth-and-3 pass to wide receiver Kenny Stills for the game-winning 5-yard touchdown with 24 seconds remaining Saturday evening at Milan Puskar Stadium in Morgantown, W. Va.
#12 Oklahoma (7-2) @ West Virginia (5-4) Game Time: 6:00 TV: FOX Sirius Channel: 128 The Spread: West Virginia +11 The Lowdown: This preview is certainly different than the one which would have been written in early October had Oklahoma's visit to Morgantown been scheduled earlier in the season. The Mountaineers were 5-0 following a 48-45 win at Texas and ranked fourth in...
With the stunning upsets of Kansas State and Oregon last night, many overlooked the Oklahoma-West Virginia game, one of the most exciting games so far this season. It was a game between two of the most prolific quarterbacks in the country, Oklahoma's Landry Jones and West Virginia's Geno Smith. Smith was trying to keep the Mountaineers from losing five straight for...
The EersAuthority staff return once again for their weekly score predictions. West Virginia, who finds themselves on a four game losing streak, faces one of their toughest opponents of the season in the Oklahoma Sooners. Can the Mountaineers bounce back in a big way? Let’s see what our staff thinks – Oklahoma Sooners style. [...]
The Oklahoma Sooners survived a scare in hostile territory Friday. In front of a record homecoming crowd of 6,421, the Sooners narrowly avoided an upset at the hand of the Texas-Arlington Mavericks, escaping with a 63-59 win, improving to 2-0 on the year.
Freshman Buddy Hield led the way for the Sooners, providing a scoring spark of the bench with 17 points in his first collegiate...
The Sooners are 2-2 all-time against West Virginia, but suffered a 48-28 Fiesta Bowl shellacking in the last meeting despite having Sam Bradford and crew, and they'll look to win in their first trip to Morgantown. Sooners Illustrated tells you how they can get it done.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) -- Landry Jones threw six touchdown passes, including a 5-yarder to Kenny Stills with 24 seconds left, to lift No. 13 Oklahoma to a wild 50-49 win over West Virginia on Saturday night.
Jones finished with 554 passing yards to break his own school record. He needed a terrific game to offset the performances of West Virginia's tandem of Tavon Austin and...
NORMAN, Okla. — The Sooners rattled off 19 unanswered points to start the game and raced to a 68-33 bounce back victory over the Saint Louis Billikens Sunday afternoon at Lloyd Noble Center.
NORMAN, Okla. — Sooner head coach Bob Stoops reflects on OU's thrilling win over West Virginia and moves forward to Bedlam, and Sooners Illustrated was on the scene.