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2 PREVIEW SEASON

General Information....................................................... 2 Schedule ........................................................................ 3 Photo Roster .................................................................. 4 Rosters ........................................................................... 5 Season Outlook .............................................................. 6 Preseason Notebook..................................................... 11 Player Poll .................................................................... 12

13 SOONER! BOOMER

Accomplished History................................................... 14 The OU Experience ....................................................... 16 Lloyd Noble Center ....................................................... 18 Sooner Success ............................................................. 22 Final Four History ......................................................... 23 Sooner Spirit ................................................................ 24 Strength and Conditioning ........................................... 26 Community Involvement.............................................. 27 The University .............................................................. 28

31 PLAYERS THE

Cade Davis .................................................................... 32 T.J. Franklin................................................................... 34 Barry Honoré................................................................ 36 Romero Osby ................................................................ 37 Nick Thompson............................................................. 38 C.J. Washington ............................................................ 39 Andrew Fitzgerald........................................................ 40 Kyle Hardrick ................................................................ 42 Steven Pledger ............................................................. 44 Carl Blair Jr. .................................................................. 46 Ryan Randolph ............................................................. 47 Abdul Ahmed ............................................................... 48 Cameron Clark .............................................................. 49 Tyler Neal ..................................................................... 50 Calvin Newell Jr. ........................................................... 51 T.J. Taylor ...................................................................... 52

53 STAFF THE

Jeff Capel...................................................................... 54 Ben Betts ..................................................................... 58 Bryan Goodman ........................................................... 59 Dionne Phelps .............................................................. 60 Deren Boyd .................................................................. 61 Jozsef Szendrei ............................................................. 62 Basketball Support Staff............................................... 63 David L. Boren .............................................................. 67 Joe Castiglione ............................................................. 68 Athletics Administration/Head Coaches ....................... 70

71 77 OPPONENTS THE

Coppin State/North Carolina Central............................. 72 Texas Southern/Maui Invitational ................................ 73 Kentucky/Virginia ........................................................ 74 Washington/Arkansas .................................................. 75 Arizona/Gardner-Webb ................................................ 76 Oral Roberts/Cincinnati ................................................ 77 Sacramento State/Central Arkansas ............................. 78 Maryland Eastern Shore/Texas A&M............................. 79 Baylor/Texas................................................................. 80 Texas Tech/Colorado ..................................................... 81 Iowa State/Oklahoma State ......................................... 82 Missouri/Nebraska ....................................................... 83 Kansas State/Kansas .................................................... 84 Non-Conference Opponent History............................... 85 Big 12 Opponent History .............................................. 86 All-Time Series Records ................................................ 92

93 REVIEW THE

2009-10 Recap ............................................................. 94 Season Results ............................................................. 96 Overall Statistics........................................................... 97 Points, Rebounds, Assists .............................................. 98 Game-by-Game Totals .................................................. 99 Individual Highs ......................................................... 100 Team Highs and Lows................................................. 101 Big 12 In Review ........................................................ 102 Big 12 Leaders............................................................ 103 Game Recaps.............................................................. 107

117 RECORDS THE

Individual Records ...................................................... 118 Team Records ............................................................. 119 Lloyd Noble Center Records ........................................ 120 Career Leaders............................................................ 121 Single-Season Leaders ............................................... 123 Year-by-Year Leaders.................................................. 125 Year-by-Year Team Statistics....................................... 128 Freshman Category Leaders ....................................... 130 Big 12 Championship ................................................. 131 Postseason Results ..................................................... 134 Postseason Single-Game Records ............................... 135 Postseason Individual Highs....................................... 136 OU Postseason Team Highs ......................................... 137 Opponent Postseason Team Highs.............................. 138 NCAA Tournament Category Leaders .......................... 139 1,000-Point Scorers .................................................... 140 Single-Game Scoring Highs ........................................ 147 Single-Game Rebounding and Assist Highs................ 149 100-Point Games ....................................................... 150 Double/Triple-Doubles ............................................... 152

153 HISTORY THE

Sooner Coaches .......................................................... 154 Individual Honors ....................................................... 156 Sooners in the NBA..................................................... 158 Honored Jerseys ......................................................... 159 Letterwinners ............................................................ 160 Year-by-Year Records ................................................. 162 Regular Season Events ............................................... 164 Sooners in the AP Poll ................................................ 166 Year-by-Year Rosters .................................................. 167 Year-by-Year Results .................................................. 173

189 INFORMATION MEDIA

Athletics Communications.......................................... 190 Athletics Directory...................................................... 191 Coverage Guidelines ................................................... 192 Media Outlets............................................................. 193 Radio Coverage .......................................................... 194 Television Coverage .................................................... 195 Big 12 Conference ...................................................... 196 Big 12 Composite Schedule ........................................ 197 Big 12 Championship Bracket..................................... 199 Maps and Directions................................................... 200

MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS The 2010-11 University of Oklahoma men’s basketball media guide was designed and produced in-house by the OU Athletics Department in Norman, Okla., using Adobe InDesign and Adobe Photoshop. The guide was printed by OU Printing Services of Norman and distributed at no cost to the taxpayers of the state of Oklahoma. The University of Oklahoma is an equal opportunity institution. (October 2010) WRITER, EDITOR & DESIGNER Mike Houck COVER DESIGN Scott Matthews EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Ben Coldagelli, Clark Wilson, Jennifer Van Tuyl, Debbie Copp PHOTOGRAPHY Ty Russell, Lisa Hall, Jerry Laizure, Rich Clarkson, Simon Hurst, ICON Sports Media, Thom Kendall/ Schwartzman Sports, NBAE, Jennifer Pottheiser, Mickey Sehorn, Larry W. Smith, Shevaun Williams, John Williamson, J.P. Wilson, Fayetteville NewsObserver, OU Athletics Media Relations Archives, OU Western History Collections, USA Basketball, US PRESSWIRE

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GENERAL INFORMATION XOKLAHOMA QUICK FACTS

LLOYD NOBLE CENTER (Capacity: 12,000)

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Location: Norman, Okla. Founded: 1890 Enrollment: 30,092 Nickname: Sooners Colors: Crimson and Cream Conference: Big 12 (South) Arena: Lloyd Noble Center (12,000) President: David L. Boren Athletics Director: Joe Castiglione First Year of Basketball: 1907-08 All-Time Record: 1,511-960 (.611) NCAA Tournament Appearances: 26 Final Four Appearances: 4 (1939, 1947, 1988, 2002) NIT Appearances: 7 Regular Season Conference Titles: 14 (1928, 1929, 1939, 1940, 1942, 1944, 1947, 1949, 1979, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 2005) Conference Tournament Titles: 7 (1979, 1985, 1988, 1990, 2001, 2002, 2003) 2009-10 Record: 13-18 overall Big 12 Record: 4-12 (ninth place tie) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/8 Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Returning Scoring: 28 percent Returning Rebounding: 22 percent Returning Assists: 17 percent

XBASKETBALL STAFF Head Coach: Jeff Capel Alma Mater: Duke ’97 Record at Oklahoma: 82-51 (4 years) Career Record: 161-92 (8 years) Career NCAA Tournament Appearances: 3 Career NIT Appearances: 1 Assistant Coaches: Ben Betts (Roanoke College ’90), Bryan Goodman (Barat College ’96), Dionne Phelps (Texas Lutheran ’89) Director of Basketball Operations: Deren Boyd (Oklahoma ’98) Director of Student-Athlete Performance: Jozsef Szendrei Trainer: Alex Brown Team Physician: Dr. Brock Schnebel Video Coordinator: Ryan Krueger Equipment Manager: Jon Denio Graduate Managers: Derek Lanahan, Michael Neal Coach Capel’s Secretary: Renee Forney Office Secretary: Amy Miller

XATHLETICS TICKET OFFICE Local Phone: (405) 325-2424 Toll Free Phone: (800) 456-4668 Address: OU Athletics Ticket Office, 1185 Asp Ave., Norman, OK 73019 E-Mail: outickets@ou.edu Associate Athletics Director/Ticket Operations: Billy Ray Johnson Director of Ticket Operations: Bob Cunningham Associate Director of Ticket Operations: Matt Schaeperkoetter Asst. Dir. of Ticket Operations: John Mahoney Box Office Manager: Billy Walton Asst. Box Office Manager: Shehryar Humayun

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SCHEDULE DATE Nov. 2 Nov. 12 Nov. 15 Nov. 18 Nov. 22 Nov. 23 Nov. 24

Wednesday Sunday Thursday Saturday Saturday Tuesday Thursday Monday Saturday Tuesday Saturday Tuesday Saturday Saturday Tuesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wed.-Sat.

Dec. 1 Dec. 5 Dec. 9 Dec. 11 Dec. 18 Dec. 21 Dec. 30 Jan. 3 Jan. 8 Jan. 11 Jan. 15 Jan. 18 Jan. 22 Jan. 29 Feb. 1 Feb. 5 Feb. 9 Feb. 12 Feb. 16 Feb. 19 Feb. 23 Feb. 26 March 2 March 5 March 9-12

OPPONENT NORTHERN STATE (EXHIBITION) COPPIN STATE NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL TEXAS SOUTHERN # vs. Kentucky # vs. Virginia or Washington # vs. Chaminade, Connecticut, Michigan State or Wichita State at Arkansas $ at Arizona GARDNER-WEBB ORAL ROBERTS % vs. Cincinnati SACRAMENTO STATE CENTRAL ARKANSAS MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE TEXAS A&M at Baylor at Texas TEXAS TECH COLORADO at Iowa State BAYLOR at Oklahoma State TEXAS at Missouri NEBRASKA at Kansas State at Texas A&M KANSAS at Texas Tech OKLAHOMA STATE at Big 12 Championship

# EA SPORTS Maui Invitational (Lahaina, Hawaii) $ Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Series % All-College Classic (Oklahoma City, Okla.) Dates and times are subject to change. All times are CST. Home games are denoted by BOLD ALL CAPS. Big 12 indicates a Big 12 Network regional telecast. SSN indicates Sooner Sports Network. FSSW indicates FOX Sports Southwest. CTN indicates Cyclone Television Network. TTSN indicates Texas Tech Sports Network.

SITE NORMAN NORMAN NORMAN NORMAN Lahaina, Hawaii Lahaina, Hawaii Lahaina, Hawaii

TIME 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 3:30 or 8:30 p.m. TBD

Fayetteville, Ark. Tucson, Ariz. NORMAN NORMAN Oklahoma City, Okla. NORMAN NORMAN NORMAN NORMAN Waco, Texas Austin, Texas NORMAN NORMAN Ames, Iowa NORMAN Stillwater, Okla. NORMAN Columbia, Mo. NORMAN Manhattan, Kan. College Station, Texas NORMAN Lubbock, Texas NORMAN Kansas City, Mo.

7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 8 p.m. 6 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 8 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m. TBD 3 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 3 p.m. TBD

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SSN SSN ESPN2 ESPN or ESPN2 ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU SSN FSN SSN SSN ESPNU SSN SSN SSN Big 12 FSSW Big 12 Big 12 Big 12 CTN ESPN2 Big 12 ESPN2 Big 12 ESPNU Big 12 TBD ESPN TTSN Big 12 Big12/ESPN

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DAY Tuesday Friday Monday Thursday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

2011 NCAA TOURNAMENT DATES AND SITES FIRST AND SECOND ROUNDS March 17 & 19: Pepsi Center (Denver, Colo.), St. Pete Times Forum (Tampa, Fla.), McKale Center (Tucson, Ariz.), Verizon Center (Washington, D.C.) March 18 & 20: Time Warner Cable Arena (Charlotte, N.C.), United Center (Chicago, Ill.), Quicken Loans Arena (Cleveland, Ohio), BOK Center (Tulsa, Okla.) REGIONALS ew Orleans, La.) March 24 & 26: Honda Center (Anaheim, Calif), New Orleans Arena (New March 25 & 27: Prudential Center (Newark, N.J.), Alamodome (San Antonio, tonio, Texas) FINAL FOUR April 2 & 4: Reliant Stadium (Houston, Texas)

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X1 T.J. TAYLOR 6-3, 221, Fr., Guard Denison, Texas

X2 STEVEN PLEDGER 6-4, 212, So., Guard Chesapeake, Va.

X3 T.J. FRANKLIN 5-11, 177, Jr., Guard Fort Worth, Texas

X4 ANDREW FITZGERALD 6-8, 231, So., Forward Baltimore, Md.

X5 C.J. WASHINGTON 6-7, 209, Jr., Forward Stringtown, Okla.

X11 CALVIN NEWELL

6-1, 193, Fr., Guard Philadelphia, Pa.

X12 ABDUL AHMED 6-10, 210, Fr., Forward/Center London, England

X14 CARL BLAIR 6-2, 209, So., Guard Houston, Texas

X15 TYLER NEAL 6-7, 215, Fr., Forward Oklahoma City, Okla.

X21 CAMERON CLARK 6-6, 189, Fr., Guard/Forward Sherman, Texas

X22 RYAN RANDOLPH 6-4, 201, Redshirt Fr., Guard Oklahoma City, Okla.

X24 ROMERO OSBY 6-8, 225, Jr., Forward Meridian, Miss.

X25 KYLE HARDRICK 6-8, 212, So., Forward Oklahoma City, Okla.

X31 BARRY HONORÉ 6-7, 258, Jr., Forward Garland, Texas

X34 CADE DAVIS 6-5, 209, Sr., Guard Elk City, Okla.

X55 NICK THOMPSON 6-9, 208, Jr., Forward Clinton, Utah

XJEFF CAPEL Head Coach Fifth Year at OU

XBEN BETTS Assistant Coach Fifth Year at OU

XBRYAN GOODMAN Assistant Coach Fifth Year at OU

XDIONNE PHELPS Assistant Coach Fifth Year at OU

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ROSTERS NUMERICAL No. 1 2 3 4 5 11 12 14 15 21 22 24 25 31 34 55

Name T.J. Taylor Steven Pledger* T.J. Franklin** Andrew Fitzgerald* C.J. Washington Calvin Newell Abdul Ahmed Carl Blair Tyler Neal Cameron Clark Ryan Randolph Romero Osby# Kyle Hardrick* Barry Honoré Cade Davis*** Nick Thompson

Pos. G G G F F G F/C G F G/F G F F F G F

Cl. Fr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. (RS) Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Ht. 6-3 6-4 5-11 6-8 6-7 6-1 6-10 6-2 6-7 6-6 6-4 6-8 6-8 6-7 6-5 6-9

Wt. 221 212 177 231 209 193 210 209 215 189 201 225 212 258 209 208

Hometown (Last School) Denison, Texas (Denison HS) Chesapeake, Va. (Atlantic Shores Christian School) Fort Worth, Texas (North Crowley HS) Baltimore, Md. (Brewster Academy [N.H.]) Stringtown, Okla. (Connors State JC) Philadelphia, Pa. (Evelyn Mack Academy [N.C.]) London, England (Canarias Academy [Canary Islands]) Houston, Texas (University of New Orleans) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Putnam City West HS) Sherman, Texas (Sherman HS) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Bishop McGuinness Catholic HS) Meridian, Miss. (Mississippi State University) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Putnam City HS) Garland, Texas (Southern University) Elk City, Okla. (Elk City HS) Clinton, Utah (College of Eastern Utah)

Pos. F/C G G/F G F G F F F G F G G G F F

Cl. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. (RS) Fr. Jr. Jr.

Ht. 6-10 6-2 6-6 6-5 6-8 5-11 6-8 6-7 6-7 6-1 6-8 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-9 6-7

Wt. 210 209 189 209 231 177 212 258 215 193 225 212 201 221 208 209

Hometown (Last School) London, England (Canarias Academy [Canary Islands]) Houston, Texas (University of New Orleans) Sherman, Texas (Sherman HS) Elk City, Okla. (Elk City HS) Baltimore, Md. (Brewster Academy [N.H.]) Fort Worth, Texas (North Crowley HS) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Putnam City HS) Garland, Texas (Southern University) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Putnam City West HS) Philadelphia, Pa. (Evelyn Mack Academy [N.C.]) Meridian, Miss. (Mississippi State University) Chesapeake, Va. (Atlantic Shores Christian School) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Bishop McGuinness Catholic HS) Denison, Texas (Denison HS) Clinton, Utah (College of Eastern Utah) Stringtown, Okla. (Connors State JC)

ALPHABETICAL Name Abdul Ahmed Carl Blair Cameron Clark Cade Davis*** Andrew Fitzgerald* T.J. Franklin** Kyle Hardrick* Barry Honoré Tyler Neal Calvin Newell Romero Osby# Steven Pledger* Ryan Randolph T.J. Taylor Nick Thompson C.J. Washington

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No. 12 14 21 34 4 3 25 31 15 11 24 2 22 1 55 5

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Jeff Capel (Duke ’97), fifth year at Oklahoma Assistant Coach: Ben Betts (Roanoke College ’90), fifth year at Oklahoma Assistant Coach: Bryan Goodman (Barat College ’96), fifth year at Oklahoma (first as OU assistant coach) Assistant Coach: Dionne Phelps (Texas Lutheran ’89), fifth year at Oklahoma (first as OU assistant coach)

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Abdul Ahmed: AHB-dool AH-med Barry Honoré: ahn-o-RAY Calvin Newell: NEW-ool Dionne Phelps: DEE-on

* Letters earned at Oklahoma # Will sit out 2010-11 season due to NCAA transfer regulations

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Youthful Sooners rs feature nine newcomers; head coach Jeff Capel excited about team’s energy and program’s pro future

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t’s not going out on a limb to say the Oklahoma men’s basketball team endured a disappointing 2009-10 season. A Sooner team ranked No. 17 in the preseason AP poll and picked by Big 12 Conference coaches to finish third in the league posted a 13-18 overall record and tied for ninth place in the Big 12. A combination of injuries (leading scorer Willie Warren missed 10 games), a reliance on young talent (47 percent of the team’s scoring came from freshmen) and a lack of strong veteran leadership all contributed to falling short of expectations.

Considering head coach Jeff Capel lost his top four scorers from that team, returns just three players who averaged more than 2.0 minutes per game and welcomes nine newcomers, preseason prognosticators will not have OU pegged nearly as high for 2010-11 as they did last year. For two reasons, Capel can live with that. One, as last year showed, predictions can be worth a hill of beans. But also comforting Capel is the fact that members of his new squad have infused the program with a strong work ethic, upbeat attitude and drive to succeed — traits not often displayed by last year’s team. Capel said his players have learned a valuable lesson since this time a year ago. “Winning isn’t necessarily a birthright,” said Capel, who is starting his fifth year at OU. “It’s something you have to earn. You earn it by how you work leading up to the season. You can’t just turn it on when the games start. It begins with your summer preparation — mentally and physically. That’s when you start to form your team. “I think because of how we performed last season, our returning players have a hunger. They have a desire to

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not let that happen again. I think maybe they’ve worked harder (since the end of last season) than they’ve ever worked.” Capel said he hopes that self-realization and the resulting disciplined offseason approach will yield success. “There’s been a different energy around here and I’m excited about it,” said Capel. “I’m excited to see what we become. We still have expectations. We want to become the best team we can be — hopefully vie for one of the top spots in the Big 12 and make the NCAA Tournament.”

XBACKCOURT Cade Davis (6-5, 209, Sr., Guard) Steven Pledger (6-4, 212, So., Guard) Carl Blair (6-2, 209, So., Guard) Cameron Clark (6-6, 189, Fr., Guard/Forward) T.J. Taylor (6-3, 221, Fr., Guard) Calvin Newell (6-1, 193, Fr., Guard) T.J. Franklin (5-11, 177, Jr., Guard) Ryan Randolph (6-4, 201, Fr.-RS, Guard)

The player charged with the large task of leading OU’s band of youngsters is lone senior Cade Davis. The 6-5, 209-pound shooting guard made big strides last year after seeing moderate court time his first two seasons. As a junior, the western Oklahoma product started 27 games and averaged 9.9 points, 3.9 rebounds and a team-high 1.5 steals per contest. He was especially productive down the stretch, making 31 3-pointers and averaging 12.5 points over the season’s final 12 games. Capel will demand a lot from Davis this season. Not all of the expectations are court related. “We need his leadership,” said Capel. “We need him to be 100 percent invested in our team and to be the leader of

our team. Cade has a tremendous opportunity because I think he has guys who will follow him. He has guys who will work, will get in here and do extra stuff, who want to be a part of it. “He has to work at a very high level every day. He has to get to know all of these guys, know what buttons to push and when to push them. He has to learn how to get the most out of everyone.” As far as the tangibles, Capel said Davis had a good junior season but knows he can do more. “At times last year he was really, really good. One of the things we’re hoping for from Cade is that he can be consistently good. He can be a more consistent shooter. We want him to improve other aspects of his game like ball handling, driving the ball more off of shot fakes and getting to the foul line. He’s going to have to rebound at a high level for us this year. We really hope he can have a great senior season.” Joining Davis as the only other returning guard with significant game experience is sophomore shooter Steven Pledger. Like Davis, Pledger can get incredibly hot from behind the 3-point line. At times last year, the 6-4, 212-pounder was equally as cold. He scored 21 points in the season opener by going 4-for-5 from long range, and four games later against Houston scored 20 points in the first half. He was 19-for-40 (.475) on 3-point attempts over the first six outings, but over the next 14 games was 9-for-53 (.170). Pledger, from Chesapeake, Va., rebounded nicely at the end of the season by draining nine treys over the final two games. He finished the year with averages of 6.2 points and 1.5 boards in 18.9 minutes a contest. “I don’t know if I’ve seen any freshman ever shoot it like he did to start his career,” said Capel. “And then he went through a spell where he couldn’t make shots. Down


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SEASON OUTLOOK the stretch I thought he got his confidence back and had some really good moments for us late in the year.” Capel likes what Pledger’s done since the end of last season. “He’s really worked hard on his body. He was around 220 or 225 last year and is down to between 210 and 215 now. We’d like to get him down to between 205 and 210. Hopefully, he can become more consistent with his shooting, can get better at using pump fakes and can improve his ball handling and defense.” A candidate to run the point, Carl Blair is an OU newcomer but has a year of Division I experience. The 6-2, 209-pounder from Houston, Texas, transferred from the University of New Orleans where he averaged 9.2 points, 4.4 boards and 3.7 assists last year as a freshman. He started in 29 games and over the last eight outings upped his averages to 13.8 points and 4.6 assists. Blair was one of nine players in the country last year to record a triple-double (13 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists in a Dec. 5 win over Houston Baptist). Since UNO has begun the process of reclassifying to Division III status, Blair will be allowed to play at OU without sitting out a year. That’s great news for Capel.

“Usually, you have peaks and valleys as a freshman. But Carl averaged more points in conference play than he did in pre-conference play. His last 10 games, his numbers went up even more. That’s a good sign. He wants to work and will play with a chip on his shoulder. Our guys love playing with him. He’s been one of our hardest workers since he arrived here.” The most ballyhooed member of OU’s 2010 recruiting class is 6-6, 189-pound wing Cameron Clark. Ranked as the nation’s No. 32 recruit by ESPN, No. 34 by Rivals.com and No. 39 by Scout.com, the Texas native was a two-time first-team all-state pick who last year averaged 23.7 points, 9.0 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 1.7 steals. Capel says Clark has the size, athletic ability and work ethic to make an immediate impact. “We identified Cameron very early in the recruiting process as a guy we had to have. He will be as athletic as anyone in our league at the wing spot. He also brings size and very good talent to the position. He comes from a great family and I think he will really embrace the culture of work here. He wants to be good and he’s not afraid of the work that it takes to achieve that.” Another freshman rated as one of last year’s top-100 high school seniors is combo guard T.J. Taylor. At 6-3 and 221 pounds, the left-handed Taylor can do a little bit of everything. He thrived at Denison (Texas) High School, finishing his four-year varsity career with averages of 23.5 points, 7.8 rebounds and 5.8 assists. The three-time all-state selection was named MVP of the 2010 Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star Game and should vie for immediate playing time. “T.J. is very talented. I think he can provide some versatil-

Perhaps the most prolific scorer among OU’s newcomers is fellow combo guard Calvin Newell. The 6-1, 193-pounder hails from Philadelphia, Pa., and spent last year in prep school in Charlotte, N.C. There he averaged 26.1 points and 7.0 assists. As a high school senior in Pennsylvania, Newell earned first-team all-state honors after averaging 29.4 points and leading his squad to its first state playoffs appearance in nine years. Capel said he loves Newell’s grit. “Calvin is a scoring guard,” began the OU head coach. “He can really score the ball. I love him because I think he has a huge chip on his shoulder, in a good way. I think he can become a very good defensive player. He can score in a lot of different ways. He’s athletic, he’s strong, he can shoot it. He has really good speed. I love his Philly toughness. He’s seen a lot, has endured a lot of adversity

and he’s come out on top. We think he can help us and will provide some quality depth in the backcourt.” Completing the backcourt is a pair of walk-ons in junior T.J. Franklin and redshirt freshman Ryan Randolph. Franklin is a lively 5-11, 177-pound point guard who goes all out each day in practice. He appeared in 15 of OU’s 31 games last year, averaging 1.7 minutes. Franklin has made considerable improvement since stepping on campus two years ago and his work ethic is the chief reason. His walk-on status did not keep his teammates and coaches from naming him a captain, and he could be on the verge of playing a more pivotal role on game days. Said Capel,“Our guys respect T.J. so much because of how hard he works. He’s been a great practice player for us. At times late last year we had the confidence to put him in the game. There may be situations this year that he’ll have to play for us. We feel confident he can go in and give us quality minutes.” Randolph, who starred on the court and on the football field in high school (he led Bishop McGuinness High School to an Oklahoma state title as a quarterback), is a 6-4, 201-pound wing who decided to redshirt last year to help him adapt to the collegiate level.

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“Getting Carl Blair was really important for us because he brings the experience of playing college basketball. The level will be different, but the fact he was a Division I player last year and played against high-major teams won’t be new to him.

ity for us,” offered Capel. “Like so many of our guys, he feels like he has a lot to prove. He didn’t get a chance to play summer basketball a year ago because he broke his ankle. He didn’t get to go out on the (AAU) circuit, and so a lot of people haven’t seen him. We think he’s talented, think he has a toughness and a willingness to work and compete. That’s going to serve him well in helping him become a really good college basketball player.”

“Ryan felt like that would be the best thing for him so he could really work in practice and get used to the speed of the game,” explained Capel. “He’s been great to have on our team for so many different reasons. He’s a great kid, a competitive kid. We think a year of practicing against our guys has helped him become a better basketball player.”

XFRONTCOURT Andrew Fitzgerald (6-8, 231, So., Forward) Kyle Hardrick (6-8, 212, So., Forward) C.J. Washington (6-7, 209, Jr., Forward) Nick Thompson (6-9, 208, Jr., Forward) Tyler Neal (6-7, 215, Fr., Forward) Abdul Ahmed (6-10, 210, Fr., Forward/Center) Barry Honoré (6-8, 258, Jr., Forward) Romero Osby (6-8, 225, Jr., Forward)

While OU’s backcourt is comprised of mostly inexperienced talent, the frontcourt is even less seasoned with the return of just one big man who played regular minutes last year. Rare is the occasion that a sophomore who played less than 20 minutes per game as a freshman is looked upon as one of his team’s leaders. But that’s exactly the spot in which forward Andrew Fitzgerald finds himself entering 2010-11. Fitzgerald, who stands 6-8 and was a top-75 national recruit out of prep school, averaged 4.8 points and 2.0 rebounds while shooting .511 from the floor in 15.7 minutes a contest for the Sooners last year. The modest numbers don’t reflect the improvement he made as the season wore on — he averaged 13.0 points over a three-game February stretch that included a game at No. 1 Kansas in which he recorded career highs of 16 points and six boards — or the work he’s put in since it ended. XLone senior Cade Davis is OU’s leading returner in minutes, scoring, rebounding, assists, steals and 3-pointers.

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SEASON OUTLOOK “I think Andrew had as good a summer as anyone in our program the last couple of years,” said Capel. “He came in last year as a freshman at almost 270 pounds and he’s down to 231 now. He’s really reshaped his body. He’s made a commitment to it with exercise and diet, and he’s really worked on his game. If you look at our final 10 games last year, he really played well. You saw improvement. I think that gave him confidence to work even harder in the summer. We’re hoping he can make a big jump for us and become one of the better post guys in the Big 12.” OU’s only other returning frontcourt player is fellow sophomore Kyle Hardrick, a 6-8, 212-pounder who played a total of four minutes in three games last year. Like Fitzgerald, Hardrick has focused on reshaping his body. With some question marks surrounding the Sooners’ front line, he has to be ready if his number is called. “Kyle has really worked,” said Capel. “He didn’t play much as a freshman, but he had a good attitude. He’s continued to work to try to improve his game and to put himself in a position to possibly contribute in games.”

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Junior college transfers C.J. Washington and Nick Thompson are two of the six newcomers in the OU frontcourt. Each player, who has two years of eligibility remaining, caught Capel’s eye at the national tournament in Hutchinson, Kan., last spring. Washington, a Stringtown, Okla., native who starred at Connors State College for two years, earned first-team All-America honors last season after averaging 19.3 points and a school-record 13.0 rebounds. He was named the Region II junior college player of the year and led his squad to a 30-4 record. Possessing a nose for the ball, he recorded 25 double-doubles on the season (14 consecutive at one point) and ranked fifth nationally in rebounding. Capel thinks Washington, who is 6-7 and weighs 209 pounds, will find a niche at OU. “Our guys have been impressed with C.J.’s energy and his rebounding prowess,” said the OU head coach. “He had a reputation for that coming out of junior college. One of our big goals for C.J. this summer was getting him a little bigger. He’s really made progress. We think he can be the ultimate role player for us — a very important player who does all the dirty work. Every team needs that.” Thompson is a skilled 6-9, 208-pound forward from the College of Eastern Utah who can dribble, pass and shoot. He helped his squad to a third-place national finish last year by averaging 8.6 points, 4.4 rebounds and 2.2 assists in 23.6 minutes per game. He shot .556 from the field and .399 from 3-point range (19-for-49). Capel likes Thompson’s blue-collar approach and the fact he can do a little bit of everything. Thompson’s OU teammates like him enough to name him a captain before ever suiting up in the Crimson and Cream. “Nick came in and put on about eight pounds in the summer. He’s not afraid of work and wants to be really good. He wants to be a part of something really successful, which is probably just as important as anything. He’s used to winning. His teams at Eastern Utah posted the two best records in school history. We think he can provide some versatility for us. He can be a good twoyear player.”

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Freshmen Tyler Neal and Abdul (“Abdi”) Ahmed bring depth to the frontcourt, and hopefully bright futures. Neal was Oklahoma’s Gatorade Player of the Year at Putnam City West High School. He led his team to a school-record 22 wins and its first appearance in the state tournament semifinals since 1977 by averaging 18.2 points, 8.9 rebounds and 1.4 assists. A matchup problem, the 6-7, 215-pound forward can fill it up from outside. He drained 45 treys as a senior and shot .421 from behind the arc. Capel is excited about Neal’s versatility. “Tyler Neal is talented. I think once he understands how to work at a high level consistently and once he gets acclimated to the speed of the game, his confidence will grow. Once that happens, he has the chance to be a good four-year player for us. He’s versatile, he’s more athletic than you think, he can shoot the ball from the perimeter and I think he has a pretty good feel for the game. He comes from a great family, is a really good student and a high-character guy. I think he can help us over his four years here.” The 6-10, 210-pound Ahmed, who hails from London, England, is the tallest player on the roster and has been playing the sport for just four years. He spent 2009-10 at Canarias Basketball Academy in the Canary Islands off the northwest coast of Africa, where he averaged 18.0 points, 12.0 rebounds and 2.4 blocks per game. Capel is excited about Ahmed’s potential and appreciates his attitude on and off the court. “I think Abdi has a big upside, and he’s not afraid of work. He’s one of the guys who’s in the gym a lot on his own, trying to get better. He has a really good touch out to about 17 feet; he’s a pretty skilled guy. Although he has to improve physically, he’s not afraid to bang, not afraid to try to be physical. So when that part catches up with everything else, that’s when you’ll start to see the type of player that Abdi can become. But we love his attitude and his desire to work and get better.” In his second stint as a member of the team, junior forward Barry Honoré was with the Sooners for last year’s first semester but not the second because of disciplinary reasons. The thick 6-7, 258-pound transfer from

XSophomore Andrew Fitzgerald

Southern University, who was the 2007-08 Southwestern Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year (averaged 8.8 points and 5.1 rebounds), met Capel’s offseason stipulations required to rejoin the squad. The head coach has a plan for him. “Barry’s had a great attitude and I think he’s learned a great lesson from last year,” said Capel. “He’s really worked hard for us and could help us this year. He has experience with his two years at Southern University and he’s a big, wide body. I’ve told Barry that the only ways he should worry about helping our team are by being physical, defending, rebounding and screening. He should never worry about scoring. If he can do those things at a high level, he could possibly see some time for us.” Good news and bad news surrounds OU’s final 2010-11 newcomer, Romero Osby. A transfer from Mississippi State with two years of eligibility remaining, the 6-8, 225-pound Osby is a big-body guy who can do damage inside or out. From a talent standpoint, he’s probably one of the top players on the team. Unfortunately for Capel, Osby has to sit out the season due to transfer rules. “I wish Romero could play right now,” said Capel of the forward who averaged 4.3 points and 2.6 rebounds in 13.1 minutes a game last year as a sophomore. “He’s a very talented guy we recruited out of high school. He had some really good moments at Mississippi State but was never able to put it all together. I think his year out (from game competition) will be really good for him. It will allow him to get his confidence back by working on himself. It will also help us in practice, because we’ll be playing against a very talented and hungry guy. I think being away from home and being here has already kind of reenergized him.” Osby’s assets go beyond his on-court talents, added Capel. “Romero’s a very mature guy, a very smart guy, a very competitive guy. I think he has outstanding leadership qualities. He’ll be able to help this team in so many ways this season, especially with the pride he’ll bring to it.”


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PERCENTAGES RETURNING Category

Minutes Points Rebounds 3-Point FGs Free Throws Assists Blocks Steals

’09-10 Return %Back

6250 2235 976 252 451 391 84 180

1988 621 219 102 103 65 23 66

31.8 27.8 22.4 40.5 22.8 16.6 27.4 36.7

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XCan you reflect on your gold medal USA Basketball

experience with the U18 team this summer?

“The games themselves were very, very good. It was great to see that team come together and to see the guys push themselves to limits they didn’t know they could. I really love how we won the gold medal, because we overcame adversity. We were down nine with 8:53 left and our guys showed a resiliency and a resolve that I’m not even sure they knew they had. You could really see and sense the level of pride on that team during those last nine minutes to get back in and win the game. For me as a coach, it was great to be a part of that.” XIs there anything else besides your association with

that gold medal that you were personally able to take away from the experience? “You have a chance to be around different coaches. During the trials, you have everyone from the committee there. You have a chance to pick their brain, talk to them about different parts of the game. Once we cut the team down to 12, it was (Georgia Tech head coach) Paul Hewitt, (Buffalo head coach) Reggie Witherspoon and myself. It was great to bounce different ideas off of them and just talk basketball for 16 days straight. It was great to be able to coach in the summer and to be around guys who bought into what we were doing, bought into being a part of something bigger than themselves. That’s what team is about. We didn’t have much time to become a team, but I thought we did become one.”

XLast year was obviously a difficult one, but were you

able to take anything positive away from it? What were some of the primary things you and especially the returning players learned from it?

“Winning isn’t necessarily a birthright. It’s something you have to earn. You earn it by how you work leading up to the season. You can’t just turn it on when the games start. It begins with your summer preparation — mentally and physically. That’s when you start to form your team.

XHow do you describe the makeup of your team?

“We have experience in the backcourt with Cade Davis and Steven Pledger, and even a guy like Carl Blair, who has played college basketball (at the University of New Orleans). The only guy in the frontcourt who has experience is Andrew Fitzgerald. The rest of the guys are new to this level. They’re going to have to grow up very, very quickly. All of our news guys will. With our schedule, they’ll be thrown into the fire early. “We have to put our guys in positions when we begin practice in October to learn fast. It’s going to be challenging because we’ll have to be ready very quickly.” XWhat are your thoughts the upcoming season?

“I’m excited. I’m excited to see what we become. We’re young, but I do think we have talent. We have some deficiencies in some areas, just like most teams do. But I also think we have some strengths. My goal is to try to concentrate on those strengths and try to play to them. “The thing that our guys have got to understand — and I think they’ve gotten the picture — is that we can’t be pretty this year. Everything we do has to be with toughness, has to be while working hard and working together. It has to be with mental and physical toughness. It has to be about doing the little things very, very well. If we do that, we’ll give ourselves a chance in every game we play.”

31.8 18.9 15.7 1.7 1.3

Games Started Cade Davis Andrew Fitzgerald Steven Pledger

27 11 3

Scoring Average Cade Davis Steven Pledger Andrew Fitzgerald

9.9 6.2 4.8

Rebounding Average Cade Davis Andrew Fitzgerald Steven Pledger

3.9 2.0 1.5

Field Goal Percentage Andrew Fitzgerald Cade Davis Steven Pledger

.511 .392 .373

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“It was a great experience. Anytime you have an opportunity to represent your country, it’s a tremendous honor. The fact we were doing it in our home country made it even more special. We had a tremendous group of young guys who came together to be a part of something bigger than themselves.

“You have your new guys coming in, you have your returning guys. Every year is different, so you hope to establish some sort of leadership in the summer. We never did that last summer. You hope to establish a work ethic, and that usually comes from older guys in the program. That never happened the summer before last season. Hopefully, our returning guys from last year learned what not to do. Hopefully, they learned that when you don’t do those things you can’t expect to have success.”

Minutes Average Cade Davis Steven Pledger Andrew Fitzgerald T.J. Franklin Kyle Hardrick

3-Point Field Goal Percentage Cade Davis .347 Steven Pledger .338 3-Pointers Per Game Cade Davis Steven Pledger Free Throw Percentage Steven Pledger Cade Davis Andrew Fitzgerald

1.9 1.5 .846 .778 .638

Assists Average Cade Davis Steven Pledger

1.0 0.6

Steals Average Cade Davis

1.5

XSteven Pledger

XYou mentioned focusing on strengths. What are this

team’s strengths?

“I think we have some versatility. We don’t really have a true center, no true back-to-the-basket guy. But we do have some bigger guys who can step away from the basket and shoot the ball and make some plays from out there. We have some pretty

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SEASON OUTLOOK XTeam X Team captains Cade Davis,s Andrew Fitzgerald, d Nick Thompson and T.J. Franklin.

“I think that help has to come from guys like Andrew Fitzgerald or Carl Blair or Romero Osby. Even though Romero has to sit out this year, he has a great spirit, a great voice and a tremendous work ethic. We don’t want to overburden Cade because we want and need him to have a heck of a senior year.” XYou’ve said that point guard is the most impor-

tant and most difficult position. What do you see from that spot on this team? “It’s been all Carl Blair, Calvin Newell and T.J. Franklin as we near the start of practice. T.J. Taylor hasn’t been able to really do anything because of a concussion (sustained in early September). I think those guys are coming along. Carl’s a guy who’s played in college. Calvin has got potential to play, but his strength is as more of a scorer. T.J. Franklin can get in and fill in some spots for us. It’s a position that we’re working with; it’s still in progress. But I like the guys we have and the attitudes they have. We’re looking forward to them continuing to get better.”

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XThe Big 12 lost a lot of quality individual talent

good size at guard and on the wings. We can maybe look to post those guys some. We have to be really good defensively, and I think we have the potential to do that. Those are the strengths I’ve seen so far. As we go on and we start doing more team things, we’ll get a better idea of our strengths.” XYou return just 28 percent of the scoring and 22

percent of the rebounding from last year. Are you confident you have guys who can pick up that slack and produce? “We probably won’t be as talented as we were last year. We lost two guys who were drafted (Willie Warren and Tiny Gallon) and another who was an all-conference player and thought he was an NBA player (Tommy Mason-Griffin). I don’t know if we’ll have anyone on our team more talented than those three, but I think we can be a better team. I think guys will understand how much we need each other. I think overall, perhaps we’ll have a little more quality depth. But mainly, we’ll have guys totally immersed in OU — with both feet in — and what we want to accomplish.”

XHave you ever had a team where even the sopho-

mores are going to be looked at as leaders?

“Not really, no. Maybe you could liken it a little to my first year here when we had David Godbold and Michael Neal coming back with significant experience and not really anyone else. Guys like Austin Johnson, Taylor Griffin, Longar Longar and Nate Carter really hadn’t played that much. Blake Griffin was a leader his sophomore year (in 2008-09), but that was completely different.” XWill you lean on what you learned during your

first year at Oklahoma?

“I’ll lean on that a little bit. I also had an experience as a player that’s somewhat similar to what we’ve gone through the last two years. As a freshman at Duke, we played for a national championship. As a sophomore, we were 13-18 overall and 2-14 in the ACC. We had two lottery picks on that team and another guy who was a second-round pick. We were talented, but we weren’t

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a good basketball team. We never came together; the chemistry wasn’t there. We lost a lot of close games. “We came back my junior year and, because of what we had just gone through, we didn’t want that to happen again. We were more talented when I was a sophomore, but our team was better when I was a junior because we were a team. We understood how much we needed each other. I thought guys made a commitment to work. Because of that, we made the NCAA Tournament, which was great for that team. I’ll look back on that experience as well to help push buttons as we try to become the best team we can be.” XYou’ve got nine newcomers. What can you say

about them as a group?

“They’re a breath of fresh air. They bring a big-time energy into the program, and they’re talented. They work really hard, they’ve integrated easily into our program. The thing that I’m most impressed with is their willingness to work, their willingness to come in and do extra things. They’re not just talking about wanting to be good, they’re actually showing it with their actions. That’s refreshing to see. It’s something we hoped would happen, but it’s certainly happened more than we thought it would.” XCade Davis has been through thick and thin dur-

ing his three years here. What are you looking for from him as the lone senior? “We need his leadership. We need him to be 100 percent invested in our team and to be the leader of our team. Cade has a tremendous opportunity because I think he has guys who will follow him. He has guys who will work, will get in here and do extra stuff, who want to be a part of it. “It’s a great opportunity for him to really step up and grow as a leader. He has to work at a very high level every day. He has to get to know all of these guys, know what buttons to push and when to push them. He has to learn how to get the most out of everyone. And he’s going to need help doing it.

from last year. Do you still see it as one of the top leagues for this season and how do you see the conference race shaping up? “I think it’s going to be a challenging year in the league and a tight race. The majority of teams lost at least their one or two best players, so I think that’s going to make things interesting. But there’s still a lot of talent. “When you’re talking about talent, you start with Kansas and what they return. Baylor may return the best player in the conference in LaceDarius Dunn. You may get a huge argument out of Manhattan, Kan., about that because of Jacob Pullen. Kansas State returns the majority of its team. Oklahoma State returns some good players and had a very good recruiting class. There’ll be some debate in Colorado about the best player in the league returning. They have two of the best in Cory Higgins and Alec Burks. Texas Tech returns the majority of its guys. “I think it’s going to be a really interesting year. It’s always competitive and it’s always tough to win.”

XHow have Bryan Goodman and Dionne Phelps

re-adapted as assistant coaches and what do they bring to your staff? “They’ve been great. They’ve brought a jolt of energy to our program. I don’t know if people really realize that those guys have combined for more than 25 years of coaching experience. When you talk about ‘hot’ coaches, Bryan Goodman probably fell under that category just a few years ago when he was an assistant at Bucknell and with what they were able to accomplish. He had to get out of coaching for a little while to take care of his family when his wife had quadruplets. He has a passion — a passion for the University of Oklahoma, a passion for teaching. His character has been a huge plus for us. “Dionne Phelps has 16 years of college coaching experience, all in the state of Texas. Being in some of the places he was for all those years will hopefully help us in recruiting the state. Also, Dionne’s character, passion and energy will be contagious to the kids in our program and the guys we recruit. It’s been great for me to hear different voices and to have a different type of energy around here.”


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PRESEASON NOTEBOOK FOUR CAPTAINS CHOSEN IN PLAYER VOTE Head coach Jeff Capel announced OU’s four captains on Sept. 17: senior Cade Davis, juniors T.J. Franklin and Nick Thompson, and sophomore Andrew Fitzgerald. “Cade, Fitz, T.J. Franklin and Nick were selected as captains because of the qualities they displayed in summer workouts and have shown thus far in our preseason program,” said Capel at the time. “We’ve had several players who have shown qualities of a captain, but these guys were selected by their teammates and have the full support of our coaching staff. I am confident they’ll do an excellent job of leading this year’s team.” The selection of Davis was no surprise as he represents the team’s lone senior and is its top returner in minutes, scoring, rebounding, assists, steals and 3-pointers. Fitzgerald played in 26 games as a freshman last year and is OU’s only experienced big man. Franklin is a walkon while Thompson is in his first year as a Sooner after transferring from junior college. For Franklin and Thompson to win the respect of their teammates and to be named captains, said Capel, speaks to the leadership they’ve exhibited and the example p they’ve set.

DAVIS SUSTAINS FACIAL FRACTURE Senior guard Cade Davis sustained a facial fracture ure during a team skill workout Sept. 17 and was held out of contact drills for approximately a month. The squad’s lone ne senior, Davis made contact with teammate Cameron Clark’s shoulder during a drill early in the session. The injury did not require surgery,y, XCade but Davis will wear a mask to start practice and Davis perhaps to start the season. Davis is the only Sooner oner who averaged more than 20 minutes of playing time last year. In Big 12 play, the 6-5, 209-pounder averaged ged 11.5 points, 4.7 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.3 steals while shooting .361 from behind the 3-point arc (2.2 makes perr contest).

(26-10) at either 11:30 a.m. (3:30 p.m. CST) or 4:30 p.m. (8:30 p.m. CST) on ESPN or ESPN2. Wednesday’s third-round game will pit the Sooners versus host Chaminade, Connecticut, Michigan State or Wichita State. Oklahoma went 2-1 (third place) in the 1988 Maui Invitational, 2-1 (fifth place) in the 1992 tournament and 1-2 (seventh place) in the 2006 06 event.

RIVALS UNITE IN NORMAN Cameron Clark and T.J. Taylor, OU’s two highest-rated est-rated 2010 high school recruits, competed for rival high gh schools in Texas. Clark was a two-time all-state pick who played at Sherman High School, while Taylor, or, a three-time all-state selection, played 10 miless up the road at Denison High School. Clark was a top-40 national recruit according to ESPN, Rivals and Scout.com, while Taylor was ranked No. 78 by ESPN and No. 104 by Rivals. com. The pair, who have been friends since middle XCameron Clark (left) and T.J. Taylor school, figure to challenge for immediate playing time this year on OU’s young team.

GOLDEN SUMMER FOR CAPEL, USA BASKETBALL Serving as head coach, Jeff Capel directed the USA to a 5-0 record and a gold medal at the FIBA Americas U18 Championship in San Antonio, Texas, in August. After defeating the U.S. Virgin Islands, Mexico, Argentina and Canada by an average of 50 points over its first four contests, the U.S. had to come from behind in an 81-78 win over Brazil in the gold medal game.

MAUI BOUND The 2010-11 season will mark the fourth time inn school history for Oklahoma to compete in the EA SPORTS Maui Invitational. tional. This year’s event will take place Nov. 22-24 at the Lahaina Civic Center enter on the island of Maui. tucky (35-3 record last The Sooners open Monday, Nov. 22, against Kentucky year) at 12:30 p.m. Hawaii time (4:30 a.m. CST) in a game televised on 16 last year) or Washington ESPN2. The next day, OU will face Virginia (15-16

“We got off to such a great start and perhaps then our guys thought it would be easy,” said Capel. “Our lack of going through any adversity in this tournament hurt us. But our guys showed tremendous resolve. I’m so proud of them. “This experience, especially how we had to fight together to win, will help these guys so much going forward. I enjoyed coaching them and wish them luck throughout their careers.” The tournament marked Capel’s second experience with USA basketball as a coach. He was an assistant on the gold-medal-winning World University Games team that went 8-0 in Turkey in 2005.

PRESEASON RANKINGS ATHLON SPORTS 1. Duke 2. Purdue 3. Michigan State 4. Kansas 5. Kansas State 6. Villanova 7. Ohio State 8. Pittsburgh 9. Syracuse 10. Baylor 11. Gonzaga 12. North Carolina 13. Florida 14. Missouri 15. Kentucky 16. Temple 17. Memphis 18. Virginia Tech 19. Illinois 20. BYU 21. Butler 22. Washington 23. Richmond 24. Wisconsin 25. Tennessee

BLUE RIBBON YEARBOOK 1. Duke 2. Michigan State 3. Ohio State 4. Pittsburgh 5. Purdue 6. Villanova 7. Kansas 8. North Carolina 9. Illinois 10. Kansas State 11. Gonzaga 12. Florida 13. Syracuse 14. Tennessee 15. Kentucky 16. Baylor 17. Georgetown 18. Texas 19. Memphis 20. Missouri 21. Virginia Tech 22. BYU 23. Washington 24. Temple 25. North Carolina State

LINDY’S 1. Duke 2. Purdue 3. Michigan State 4. Kansas State 5. Pittsburgh 6. North Carolina 7. Ohio State 8. Butler 9. Illinois 10. Washington 11. Florida 12. Tennessee 13. Villanova 14. Kentucky 15. Baylor 16. Gonzaga 17. Kansas 18. Virginia Tech 19. West Virginia 20. Texas 21. Syracuse 22. San Diego State 23. Georgia 24. Temple 25. BYU

THE SPORTING NEWS 1. Michigan State 2. Duke 3. Purdue 4. Kansas 5. Ohio State 6. Kansas State 7. Syracuse 8. Kentucky 9. North Carolina 10. Pittsburgh 11. Villanova 12. Memphis 13. Missouri 14. Gonzaga 15. Illinois 16. Baylor 17. Georgetown 18. Wisconsin 19. Butler 20. Florida 21. Virginia Tech 22. Tennessee 23. Washington 24. Wichita State 25. Florida State

SLAM 1. Duke 2. Purdue 3. Michigan State 4. Pittsburgh 5. Ohio State 6. North Carolina 7. Kansas State 8. Washington 9. Villanova 10. Kansas 11. Gonzaga 12. Baylor 13. Missouri 14. Illinois 15. Syracuse 16. Florida 17. Kentucky 18. Butler 19. BYU 20. Temple

BIG 12 COACHES POLL 1. Kansas State 119 2. Kansas 109 3. Texas 99 4. Baylor 96 5. Missouri 82 6. Texas A&M 62 7. Texas Tech 52 8. Oklahoma State 51 9. Colorado 46 10. Nebraska 31 11. Oklahoma 27 12. Iowa State 11 Bolded teams in top-25 rankings are 2010-11 OU opponents or potential opponents

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Capel’s squad trailed Brazil 63-58 after three quarters and was down by nine (67-58) with 8:53 remaining before using an 18-5 run to take a 76-72 lead with 3:54 left. Brazil battled back to tie the game at 78 with less than a minute to go, but a USA 3-pointer with 26 seconds on the clock marked the game’s final points.


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PLAYER POLL M embers of the 2010-11 Oklahoma team participated in a 29-question player poll in late September, supplying the name of a teammate for various categories. Self votes were not allowed and only players with at least two votes are shown below:

Who’s the best dresser? Andrew Fitzgerald – 9 votes Barry Honoré – 4 votes Carl Blair – 3 votes Who’s the worst dresser? Steven Pledger – 7 votes Tyler Neal – 3 votes C.J. Washington – 2 votes

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Who’s the biggest eater? Romero Osby – 5 votes T.J. Franklin – 2 votes Calvin Newell – 2 votes C.J. Washington – 2 votes Who’s the most competitive? Nick Thompson – 7 votes Carl Blair – 5 votes Romero Osby – 3 votes Who’s the best video game player? Nick Thompson – 7 votes T.J. Franklin – 6 votes Andrew Fitzgerald – 2 votes Who’s the best overall athlete? Romero Osby – 9 votes Cameron Clark – 3 votes Tyler Neal – 2 votes Who’s the smartest in the classroom? Ryan Randolph – 8 votes Tyler Neal – 4 votes T.J. Franklin – 2.5 votes

XA walk-on and a captain, T.J. Franklin was voted by teammates as the squad’s hardest worker, best leader by example, most impressive in the weight room and the fastest from baseline to baseline.

Who’s the neatest and most organized? Barry Honoré – 4 votes Tyler Neal – 4 votes Andrew Fitzgerald – 3 votes Cade Davis – 2 votes C.J. Washington – 2 votes Who’s the cheapest? Nick Thompson – 8.5 votes Steven Pledger – 4.5 votes Romero Osby – 3 votes

Who’s the biggest prankster? Andrew Fitzgerald – 4 votes Calvin Newell – 4 votes Kyle Hardrick – 3 votes Romero Osby – 3 votes

Who’s the most impressive in the weight room? T.J. Franklin – 7 votes Barry Honoré – 5 votes Romero Osby – 2 votes

Who will be the first to get married? C.J. Washington – 12 votes Romero Osby – 3 votes

Who’s the hardest worker? Andrew Fitzgerald – 5.5 votes T.J. Franklin – 5.5 votes Nick Thompson – 3 votes

Who will be the last to get married? Nick Thompson – 8 votes Steven Pledger – 2 votes

Who’s the loudest? Romero Osby – 9.5 votes Kyle Hardrick – 2 votes Calvin Newell – 2 votes

Who’s the best vocal leader? Nick Thompson – 11 votes Cade Davis – 3 votes

Who’s the quietest? C.J. Washington – 6 votes Cameron Clark – 5 votes Tyler Neal – 3 votes

Who’s the best leader by example? T.J. Franklin – 6 votes Nick Thompson – 4 votes Cade Davis – 3 votes

Who the funniest (not on purpose)? Abdul Ahmed – 12 votes

Who’s the best singer? Romero Osby – 5 votes Cade Davis – 4 votes Steven Pledger – 3 votes Cameron Clark – 2 votes

Who’s the biggest trash talker? Kyle Hardrick – 7 votes Romero Osby – 3 votes Carl Blair – 2 votes

Who has the messiest locker? Calvin Newell – 9 votes Nick Thompson – 2 votes

Who’s the best dancer? Steven Pledger – 9 votes Cameron Clark – 4.5 votes

Who’s the smartest on the court? Carl Blair – 6 votes Nick Thompson – 4 votes Cade Davis – 2 votes Tyler Neal – 2 votes Who’s the biggest comedian? Romero Osby – 7 votes Abdul Ahmed – 2 votes Calvin Newell – 2 votes T.J. Taylor – 2 votes

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Who’s the fastest from baseline to baseline? T.J. Franklin – 8 votes Calvin Newell – 7 votes

Who’s the best dunker? Tyler Neal – 8.5 votes Romero Osby – 6 votes Who would make the best college head coach? Carl Blair – 6 votes Cade Davis – 5 votes T.J. Franklin – 3 votes Tyler Neal – 2 votes Who’s the most likely to run for political office? Tyler Neal – 5.5 votes Ryan Randolph – 3.5 votes Cade Davis – 2 votes T.J. Franklin – 2 votes T.J. Taylor – 2 votes


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ACCOMPLISHED HISTORY XBack-to-back-to-back Big 12 Tournament titles (2001, 2002, 2003)

A Proud Tradition of Success

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X 28 winning seasons in the last 29 years X 27 postseason appearances in the last 29 years X 26 NCAA Tournament appearances X 7 Elite Eight appearances X 4 Final Fours X 14 regular season conference titles X 7 conference tournament titles X 3 national players of the year

X2009 Consensus National Player of the Year Blake Griffin

X1947 National Player of the Year Gerald Tucker

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XHall of Famer Bruce Drake

X1989 All-American Stacey King

9 13 30 73 103

X1989 All-American Mookie Blaylock

The number of conference player-of-the-year awards won by Sooners since 1975. Wayman Tisdale won three of them.

The number of league newcomer-of-the-year honors earned by OU players since 1973.

The number of All-America awards claimed by Sooners. Sixteen of those were first-team honors.

The number of first-team all-conference selections in school history. Twenty-five players have been honored since 1980.

The number of years of varsity basketball played by Oklahoma. This marks the 104th season of OU hoops.


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14

Regular Season Conference Championships

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Conference Tournament Championships

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XThree-time OU All-American Wayman Tisdale during a 1984 photo shoot with (from left) St. John’s head coach Lou Carnesecca, North Carolina’s Michael Jordan, Houston’s Akeem Olajuwon, Kentucky’s Sam Bowie and Georgia’s James Banks. Tisdale was inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame in November 2009.


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The number of Oklahoma games televised by national networks since the 1999-2000 season. That’s an average of 14 per year. OU had 35 of its 67 games over the 2008-09 and 2009-10 seasons air on national networks.

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LLOYD NOBLE CENTER Oklahoma’s House of Noise It’s known as the house Alvan Adams built and Wayman Tisdale filled. It’s also lso where Billy Tubbs resurrected Oklahoma basketball and where Kelvin Sampson pson ng kept it flying high. Now, fifth-year OU head coach Jeff Capel calls the building home and quickly positioned the Sooners as national contenders. Dedicated in 1975, Lloyd Noble Center features excellent seating and some of on the best college basketball in the nation. Since its opening, nearly five million fans have passed through the Lloyd Noble doors expecting an Oklahoma victory. ctory.

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Under head coach Billy Tubbs, Oklahoma built a stellar 182-26 record inside Lloyd Noble Center and was undefeated at home in five of his last 11 seasons. ns. The home court advantage has continued, as evidenced by the fact that thee Sooners have won 356 of their last 406 home encounters, good for a remarkable kable .877 winning percentage. Included in the stretch was a school-record 51-game ame winning streak. The Sooners also recently recorded a Big 12 Conference record cord 37-game home court winning streak (it ended in 2003) and enters the 2010-11 0-11 campaign as winners in 77 of their last 79 home non-conference games. The best continues to get better at Lloyd Noble Center as the $17.1 million expansion and renovation project came to a close in 2001. The improvements nts resulted in one of the finest basketball facilities in the country. The new pracactice facility, which houses the men’s and women’s basketball offices, features es a full-size weight room, theater-style film rooms, a state-of-the-art training room and plush locker rooms. The men’s and women’s teams also boast their ownn practice gyms, open 24 hours a day. Debuting in 2007-08 was a state-of-the-art four-sided, center-hung LED video display, corner-hung display boards and revamped sound system. The updgrades were completed in October 2007 at a cost of more than $3 million. Capel’s men’s team also had its locker room remodeled this past summer.

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Oklahoma’s Lloyd Noble Center winning percentage (451-77) since the building opened in 1975.

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Lloyd Noble Center winning streaks assembled by the Sooners in the late 1980s (51) and early 2000s (37).

The number of victories for the Sooners in their last 150 games at Lloyd Noble Center, good for a .880 winning percentage.

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13,431 vs. Texas-Pan American, Dec. 29, 2003 (OU won 72-57) 13,280 vs. Oklahoma State, Feb. 12, 2000 (OU lost 74-71) 13,245 vs. Texas Tech, Feb. 14, 2009 (OU won 95-74) 13,219 vs. Kansas, Feb. 20, 1999 (OU lost 60-50) 13,217 vs. Baylor, March 6, 2004 (OU won 46-41) 13,207 vs. Texas, March 8, 2003 (OU lost 76-71) 13,127 vs. Oklahoma State, Feb. 19, 2003 (OU won 64-48) 13,093 vs. Jackson State, Dec. 20, 2003 (OU won 68-46) 13,023 vs. Cincinnati, Dec. 22, 1999 (OU lost 72-57) 12,909 vs. Oklahoma State, Feb. 6, 1999 (OU won 72-65) 12,908 vs. Texas, Jan. 28, 2006 (OU won 82-72) 12,875 vs. Kansas, Feb. 24, 1997 (OU lost 70-68) 12,849 vs. Baylor, Jan. 24, 2009 (OU won 95-76) 12,825 vs. Baylor, Feb. 8, 2003 (OU won 91-42) 12,745 vs. Alabama, Dec. 31, 2005 (OU won 68-56) 12,724 vs. Texas, Feb. 23, 2002 (OU won 96-78) 12,715 vs. Maryland, Dec. 21, 2001 (OU won 72-56) 12,715 vs. Oklahoma State, Feb. 22, 1997 (OU won 80-64) 12,672 vs. Oklahoma State, Jan. 24, 2005 (OU won 67-57) 12,671 vs. Oklahoma State, Feb. 25, 1995 (OU won 82-74 in OT)

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Lloyd Noble Center’s 20 Largest Crowds


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Lloyd Noble’s Yearly Attendance Figures Year

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1975-76 ......................9-17 ................ 10.................. 5-5 ................ 51,657 ............... 4,688 1976-77 ....................18-10 ................ 12................ 12-0 ................ 75,345 ............... 6,279 1977-78 ....................14-13 ................ 10.................. 4-6 ................ 60,049 ............... 6,005 1978-79 ....................21-10 ................ 13................ 12-1 ................ 93,249 ............... 7,173 1979-80 ....................15-12 ................ 12.................. 9-3 ................ 90,602 ............... 7,550 1980-81 ......................9-18 ................ 13.................. 7-6 ................ 61,043 ............... 4,695 1981-82 ....................22-11 ................ 17................ 16-1 .............. 123,256 ............... 7,250 1982-83 ......................24-9 ................ 19................ 17-2 .............. 191,600 ............. 10,084 1983-84 ......................29-5 ................ 16................ 16-0 .............. 161,168 ............. 10,073 1984-85 ......................31-6 ................ 17................ 17-0 .............. 188,190 ............. 11,070 1985-86 ......................26-9 ................ 17................ 16-1 .............. 170,074 ............. 10,004 1986-87 ....................24-10 ................ 15................ 14-1 .............. 124,984 ............... 8,332 1987-88 ......................35-4 ................ 15................ 15-0 .............. 139,222 ............... 9,281 1988-89 ......................30-6 ................ 15................ 15-0 .............. 148,549 ............... 9,903 1989-90 ......................27-5 ................ 15................ 15-0 .............. 157,484 ............. 10,499 1990-91 ....................20-15 ................ 18................ 12-6 .............. 182,853 ............. 10,159 1991-92 ......................21-9 ................ 16................ 13-3 .............. 120,006 ............... 7,500 1992-93 ....................20-12 ................ 16................ 14-2 .............. 123,661 ............... 7,724 1993-94 ....................15-13 ................ 14.................. 8-6 .............. 107,517 ............... 7,680 1994-95 ......................23-9 ................ 15................ 15-0 .............. 130,771 ............... 8,718 1995-96 ....................17-13 ................ 15................ 11-4 .............. 139,236 ............... 9,282 1996-97 ....................19-11 ................ 15................ 13-2 .............. 141,306 ............... 9,420 1997-98 ....................22-11 ................ 15................ 12-3 .............. 138,384 ............... 9,226 1998-99 ....................22-11 ................ 15................ 11-4 .............. 153,724 ............. 10,248 1999-00 ......................27-7 ................ 15................ 13-2 .............. 168,726 ............. 11,248 2000-01 ......................26-7 ................ 14................ 13-1 .............. 144,537 ............. 10,324 2001-02 ......................31-5 ................ 16................ 16-0 .............. 166,658 ............. 10,416 2002-03 ......................27-7 ................ 16................ 15-1 .............. 180,248 ............. 11,266 2003-04 ....................20-11 ................ 17................ 14-3 .............. 204,041 ............. 12,002 2004-05 ......................25-8 ................ 15................ 14-1 .............. 173,566 ............. 11,571 2005-06 ......................20-9 ................ 15................ 14-1 .............. 177,076 ............. 11,805 2006-07 ....................16-15 ................ 16................ 12-4 .............. 164,894 ............. 10,306 2007-08 ....................23-12 ................ 17................ 14-3 .............. 175,396 ............. 10,317 2008-09 ......................30-6 ................ 17................ 16-1 .............. 195,324 ............. 11,490 2009-10 ....................13-18 ................ 15................ 11-4 .............. 159,744 ............. 10,650 Totals 771-354 528 451-77 4,982,140 9,436

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Margin Score Opponent Date 95....................... 146-51........................ Northeastern Illinois ...........................Dec. 2, 1989 81....................... 146-65........................ Florida A&M ..................................... Jan. 27, 1993 72...................... 173-101....................... U.S. International ............................ Nov. 29, 1989 70........................ 94-24......................... Arkansas-Pine Bluff ............................Dec. 2, 2003 68....................... 130-62........................ Angelo State.......................................Dec. 4, 1989 68....................... 132-64........................ Southern Utah State .........................Dec. 20, 1988 68....................... 152-84........................ Centenary .........................................Dec. 12, 1987 63........................ 99-36......................... Norfolk State .................................... Nov. 10, 2006 63....................... 144-81........................ Morgan State ...................................Dec. 21, 1991 63....................... 162-99........................ Angelo State.......................................Dec. 1, 1990 60...................... 172-112....................... Loyola Marymount ...........................Dec. 15, 1990 59....................... 104-45........................ Florida A&M .....................................Dec. 30, 2004 59....................... 109-50........................ Eastern Illinois ..................................Dec. 18, 2001 56....................... 107-51........................ Nicholls State ................................... Jan. 14, 1984 54....................... 103-49........................ Coppin State .....................................Dec. 16, 2000 53....................... 112-59........................ Idaho State .........................................Dec. 8, 1992 52....................... 134-82........................ Arkansas-Little Rock ........................... Jan. 9, 1990 51....................... 102-51........................ Western Carolina ............................. Nov. 27, 1998 51....................... 113-62........................ Colorado ........................................... Jan. 18, 1975 50....................... 121-71........................ West Texas State ................................ Jan. 8, 1993 50....................... 123-73........................ Loyola-Chicago...................................Dec. 5, 1987 50....................... 126-76........................ Southwestern (Texas).......................Dec. 10, 1984


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LLOYD NOBLE CENTER More Than $20 Million Worth of Improvements The Lloyd Noble Center expansion and renovation project was completed prior to the 2001-02 season. Featured was a 70,000-square-foot addition to the south side of the center with two new full-sized practice courts, one for men’s basketball and one for women’s. Both OU basketball programs also now boast new offices, film rooms, training rooms, locker rooms, spa/sauna rooms and a full-sized weight room. Prior to the 200708 season, a $3.1 million high-definition scoreboard and sound system was also added. The $20.2 million in additions and renovations has also enhanced Lloyd Noble Center for the wide variety of public events it hosts, including graduations, concerts and large meetings. These improvements include an expanded LNC parking lot, renovated arena ceiling and a modernization of the electrical systems. With the project, the OU athletics department has become a national leader in creating equal and outstanding facilities for both its men’s and women’s basketball programs. The addition of the practice facilities and the new and upgraded team and coaching facilities have already had a tremendous impact on the success of both programs, particularly in the areas of recruiting top players and providing unparalleled facilities for training. Proof positive is the pair of Final Four trips the OU men’s and women’s teams made in 2001-02, the new facility’s first year of existence. President David L. Boren said,“We are very proud to be the home of world class facilities for both men’s and women’s basketball. Thanks to the generosity of Sooner fans and alumni, our facilities are second to none in the United States.”

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ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas echoed,“Oklahoma’s basketball facilities are magnificent — second to none. Everything is top of the line and very well conceived. These facilities communicate the same message the Sooners do through their play — a commitment to pursuing excellence.”


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SOONER SUCCESS Synonymous: Oklahoma and Winning Boasting legendary coaches and players over its 103-year history, the Oklahoma men’s basketball program continues to churn out successful teams and individual players. The OU faithful have seen every kind of win over the years, and plenty of them. The Sooners have produced winning teams in 28 of the last 29 seasons and have advanced to the NCAA Tournament or the NIT in 27 of the last 29 years. With a bevy of young and talented players on the roster, Oklahoma is looking to add to its impressive run of postseason appearances over the coming seasons. The Sooners have flourished in the Big 12, finishing in third place or better eight times in the league’s 14-year history and playing in five conference tournament title games (with three crowns). OU owns an all-time winning record against 10 of the other 11 programs in the league, as well as since the conference was formed.

BAYLOR Oklahoma has won 30 of the last 32 meetings with the Bears.

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COLORADO The Sooners have won 23 straight home games vs. the Buffs.

IOWA STATE OU is 11-4 in its last 14 games and leads the series by 32 games.

KANSAS KU is the only Big 12 school with a winning record against OU.

KANSAS STATE The Sooners have taken nine of the last 13 in the series.

MISSOURI Oklahoma is 13-6 in its last 19 games against the Tigers.

NEBRASKA OU has won nine of the last 13 and 12 of the last 18.

OKLAHOMA STATE The Sooners have taken nine of the last 14 and lead 126-92.

TEXAS Oklahoma is 47-29 all-time vs. Texas and is 23-9 in Norman.

TEXAS A&M OU sports a 28-6 record against the Aggies.

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X2009 National Player of the Year Blake Griffin and 2008 Heisman Trophy winne r Sam Bradford


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2002 NATIONAL SEMIFINALS Atlanta, Ga.

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Four Final Fours and Looking for More With a reputation of doing things early (as noted by their nickname), the Sooners wasted no time in reaching the Final Four in the first ever NCAA Tournament in 1939 under rookie head coach Bruce Drake. In 1947, Drake again worked his magic and coached OU to the national championship game. The Sooners played for another national title in 1988 under head coach Billy Tubbs, narrowly falling in an upset to conference foe Kansas. OU participated in a fourth Final Four in 2002 under Kelvin Sampson.

NATIONAL FINAL Kansas City, Mo.

1947 NATIONAL FINAL New York, N.Y.

XStacey X Stacey King averaged 28.5 points in the 1988 NCAA Tournament, leading OU to the national title game.

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1939 NATIONAL SEMIFINALS San Francisco, Calif.

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Say it Loud, Say it Proud The University of Oklahoma has a long and storied history. The rich tradition has given birth to some of the most recognized pageantry in all of college athletics. These two pages look at the origin of some of the elements that create OU’s unique atmosphere.

from a pep club called “The Sooner Rooters.” The success of University of Oklahoma athletics teams over the years has made the nickname synonymous with winning.

OU CHANT The “OU Chant” is a loyalty song that is sung before every home football game, before and after every men’s and women’s basketball games and at the end of many athletic and university functions. Every fan who wears the official colors, each current student and student-athlete and all OU alumni are encouraged to stand and raise one finger in the air during the playing of the Chant – a symbolic gesture that shows those who do not know what it means to be a Sooner, the greatness of the university and the unity between all Sooners. The Chant was written in 1936 by Jessie Lone Clarkson Gilkey, who directed the OU girl’s glee club from 1936 to 1938.

SOONERS College sports fans are hard pressed to find a nickname that is as unique and as tied to a state’s history as a Sooner. The University of Oklahoma is the only school known as Sooners and those who claim they are Sooners say it with pride.

O-K-L-A-H-O-M-A Our chant rolls on and on! Thousands strong Join heart and song In alma mater’s praise Of campus beautiful by day and night Of colors proudly gleaming Red and White ‘Neath a western sky OU’s chant will never die. Live on University!

The Oklahoma Territory opened with the Land Run of 1889. Settlers from across the globe, seeking free land, made their way to the prairies of the plains to stake their claim. One of the few rules to claiming a lot of land was that all participants were to start at the same time, on the boom of a cannon. All settlers who started then were labeled as “Boomers” and those who left early were called “Sooners.”

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OU athletics teams were called either Rough Riders or Boomers for 10 years before the current Sooner nickname emerged in 1908. The university actually derived its name

In 1905, Arthur M. Alden, a student in history and physiology whose father was a Norman jeweler, wrote the

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One of the most recognizable college fight songs in the country,“Boomer Sooner” immediately evokes enthusiasm from OU fans and sends chills down the spines of those who dare to oppose them.


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SOONER SPIRIT lyrics to the fight song, borrowing the tune from Yale University’s “Boola Boola” but improvising the words. A year later, an addition was made to it from North Carolina’s “I’m a Tarheel Born” and the two combined to form the university’s fight song today. Though the tune was first made known wn by Yale, the everlasting success of Sooner squads has taken the melody of “Boomer mer Sooner” to national popularity. Boomer Sooner, Boomer Sooner Boomer Sooner, Boomer Sooner Boomer Sooner, Boomer Sooner Boomer Sooner, OK U! Oklahoma, Oklahoma Oklahoma, Oklahoma Oklahoma, Oklahoma Oklahoma, OK U! I’m a Sooner born and Sooner bred and when I die, I’ll be Sooner dead Rah Oklahoma, Rah Oklahoma Rah Oklahoma, OK U!

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In the fall of 2005, the OU Athletics Deparment introduced costumed mascots. The new characters act as an extension of the Sooner Schooner and its horses to be enjoyed by fans — especially children — at all OU athletics contests. The costumes feature traditional collegiate gear as part of their regular uniform, but don team uniforms for football and men’s and women’s basketball.

CRIMSON AND CREAM In the fall of 1895, Miss Mary J. Overstreet, the first female faculty member, and Dr. James Buchanan served on a committee that selected “crimson” and “corn” as the official OU colors, but local merchants had difficulty determining the color of “corn” for merchandise. Very quickly the colors evolved to officially be crimson and cream and later began to include red and white as well. That same year, OU Oratorical Society students proudly displayed the colors for the first time and chanted the new university yell, Hi Rickety! Whoop-te-do, at a contest in Guthrie, then the state capital. The student body approved with great enthusiasm and immediately pennants, banners, badges and decorations of every description appeared on the streets, in the windows, at chapel, in classrooms, and all public places; however, local merchants could not supply the demand. Even though the school colors have evolved to red and white over the years, you can ask any self-respecting Sooner what the colors are and they will proudly announce “Crimson and Cream.” On gamedays, a sea of crimson rolls through OU’s home arenas and all Sooners are urged to wear the official colors to show the rest of the country what school spirit and Sooner Pride is all about.

PRIDE OF OKLAHOMA The Pride of Oklahoma Marching Band has been supporting Sooner Spirit for more than a century. Unlike many other college bands, which began as military drill units, the Pride of Oklahoma had its beginnings as a pep band. In the early years of the 1900s, both townspeople of Norman and students of OU participated in a band that played for football games. Professor John Merrill started the first band in 1901, which was composed mostly of townspeople and disbanded after each football season. Lloyd Curtis, a cornetist, founded the first continuous student band in 1904. Today, the 300-member Pride of Oklahoma has members representing virtually every college and major on campus. The Pride of Oklahoma stands for excellence in musicianship, academics, school spirit and commitment to our role in the community. “Boomer Sooner” rings out at the end of each rehearsal, and that song is the defining element of the University of Oklahoma. Maybe that is why Sooner fans love the band so much. Not much can compare to the first “go-go” at a football game when the Pride of Oklahoma marches the interlocking “OU” down the field playing “Boomer Sooner.”

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Seen most often at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, the Sooner Schooner is a Conestoga — or covered wagon — reminiscent of the mode of travel used by pioneers who settled Oklahoma. The Schooner is powered by matching white ponies named Boomer and Sooner, and it ventures onto Owen Field in a triumphant victory ride after the OU football team scores. Although it was introduced in 1964, the Schooner did not become the official mascot until 1980. The Schooner is well-recognized by college athletics fans across the country.

During OU football and baseball games from 1915-1928, Mex the Dog wore a red sweater with a letter “O” on the side. Mex died of old age on April 30, 1928, and he was so popular among students and faculty that the university closed for his funeral and procession on May 2, 1928.


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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING Strength is Our Strength The University of Oklahoma boasts top-of-the-line facilities, equipment, and personnel when it comes to its strength and conditioning programs. All are intended to give studentathletes every opportunity possible to succeed in the athletics arena. It is no wonder, then, that the OU men’s basketball team is recognized as one of the strongest and most physical squads in the country, year in and year out. Says Jozsef Szendrei, a former OU and professional basketball player who is in his second season working with Jeff Capel’s Sooners, “The more you invest, the more the return. Our return is winning games. There’s no substitute for work. Everybody who has succeeded has worked their butts off.” Consequently, the OU basketball strength and conditioning program is almost a year-round operation. The arrival of the new school year begins a rigorous preseason program, with a bulk of the lifting and running exercises occurring early in the morning before players go to class. During this time, discipline, work ethic and team chemistry are developed. “I try to make the players understand that they have to respect each other,” says Szendrei. “But that respect has to be earned every day through work. Preseason conditioning is when you really start building the foundation of your team. It gets you out of your comfort zone. It makes you perform because your teammates see you. If you’re a leader, then you have to lead. Leadership is a privilege that’s earned every day. Respect is not given.”

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Szendrei also stresses eating well and makes team breakfast mandatory following preseason workouts. He tailors individual nutrition programs to each player’s needs. “What we put in our bodies is very important,” says Szendrei. “We want special results, so we can’t eat average food. If you put in average fuel, then you’ll get average results.” The start of practice does not mean the end of weight training. The team lifts throughout the season to maintain the gains it makes during its offseason and preseason routines. “The weight room is just an extension of the basketball court,” says Szendrei. “Everything we do in there has to be related to basketball.” Following the season, the Sooners break for a period of recuperation and rest. Then it’s back to work during the spring and summer for the crucial offseason regimen in which tremendous improvement will be made in strength, weight, speed, explosiveness and mental toughness. Summer is also a critical time in which Szendrei teaches proper form and lifting techniques to the incoming freshmen. “I like to make sure the mind and body are in sync,” he says. “It’s very important with everything that we do — whether it’s lifting, running, speed work or on the court — that our minds and bodies are functioning together. One cannot perform without the other.”

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COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Forming Friendships OU lives by a clear and strong motto in dealing with its student-athletes... Inspiring Champions for Today, Preparing Leaders for Tomorrow. To fulfill that promise, the athletics department and student-athletes take an active role in a number of community service projects. Sooner student-athletes are exposed to life outside of sports and school work with opportunities to serve and help others. The Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) is a committee made up of student-athletes from all 21 intercollegiate athletic teams at the University of Oklahoma. The group coordinates community service programs for the Sooners each month. Oklahoma’s student-athletes recognize that wearing the Crimson and Cream means representing a popular sports program and themselves as individuals. They are encouraged to respond to a public that adores them, while learning important lessons about making a positive impact in the lives of others and in the community in which they live.

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Said OU senior guard Cade Davis,“Every young person has role models, and sometimes that responsibility falls on us — the student-athletes — to provide inspiration and friendship. The student-athletes at OU have done a remarkable job of embracing that responsibility by interacting with kids around the community, whether it’s making hospital visits, reading to elementary school classes or sharing smiles during instructional clinics. We’re not very far removed from that young age when we were seeking the very same inspiration that we’re now able to offer. It’s extremely rewarding to be able to teach or to put smiles on other peoples’ faces. We just hope it’s as rewarding for the kids as it is for us.”

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THE UNIVERSITY Flagship Educational Institution of the Sooner State The University of Oklahoma is experiencing a golden era in the history of a great institution. The quality of new students is soaring and donor confidence is at an all-time high. Over the last 11 years, the university’s donor base has expanded at a staggering rate, moving from 17,000 to 108,000. President David L. Boren has spurred significant changes that have resulted in a learning environment of the highest order. As a result, the state of Oklahoma enjoys resources that impact everything from medical science to the arts for many years to come.

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The University of Oklahoma has long embraced the great tradition of Sooner athletics. With competitive facilities all located on the main campus, including several near the heart of the university, student-athletes and their classmates mingle comfortably in an environment that fosters an attitude of excellence, regardless of the endeavor.

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The University of Oklahoma ranks number one in the nation among all public universities in the number of National Merit Scholars enrolled per capita with a record 222 National Merit Scholars in this year’s freshman class — 26 more than the previous OU record.

OU ranks in the top 10 in the nation among most wired colleges, one of only a few universities to achieve the ranking two years in a row.

OU has 20 colleges offering 163 majors at the baccalaureate level and 166 majors at the master’s level. The university’s annual operating budget is more than $1.5 billion.

OU has produced its 27th Rhodes Scholar, ranking it highly among public institutions nationwide in total number.

OU boasts an enrollment of more than 30,000 students and more than 2,400 full-time faculty.

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What Do You Know About OU? s OU ranks number one in the nation among all public universities in the number of National Merit Scholars enrolled per capita with a record 222 in this year’s freshman class — 26 more than the previous OU record. s The Princeton Review ranks OU in the top 10 in the nation in terms of academic excellence and cost for students. s OU has the academically highest ranked student body at a public university in Oklahoma history. s OU ranks in the top 10 in the nation among most wired colleges, one of only a few universities to achieve the ranking two years in a row. s For the third time in four years, an OU Debate Team from the Shannon Self Debate Program has won the national championship in debate. The winning team in the Cross Examination Debate Association’s national championship was composed of OU students RJ Giglio and Nick Watts. s OU is a leader among all American universities in the international exchange and study abroad programs. This past year, study abroad by OU students increased by 16 percent. OU currently offers programs in more than 50 countries and 100 cities in six continents. Students from more than 100 countries are enrolled at OU. s For complete information on The University of Oklahoma and the Norman campus, please visit the official website at www.OU.edu.

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THE UNIVERSITY Preparing Leaders for Tomorrow The recent Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium expansion and improvement included remodeled office space in the facility’s north end. The largest piece of that project was the Prentice Gautt Academic Center. Some 35,000 square feet are dedicated to the academic pursuits of Sooner student-athletes.

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Considerable emphasis is placed on classroom performance. The center staff has achievement as its focus, a fact that is reflected in record-setting team grade point averages. In addition to its academic work, the staff assists in several life skills areas designed to enrich students in a broad range of tasks.

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The number of OU men’s basketball players who have graduated since head coach Jeff Capel was hired in 2006. Ten of those student-athletes played for Capel. Some 35,000 square feet are dedicated to the academic pursuits of Oklahoma student-athletes at the Prentice Gautt Academic Center in the stadium’s north end.

The graduation rate for University of Oklahoma student-athletes who complete their eligibility at OU is 84 percent.

The Prentice Gautt Academic Center is available more than 90 hours per week for OU studentathletes.

The Prentice Gautt Academic Center maintains two computer labs for OU student-athletes with more than 100 desktop units and 100 laptops available to check out.

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XQUICKLY Oklahoma’s lone senior and one of four captains ... Team’s leading returner in minutes, scoring, rebounding, assists, steals and 3-point field goals ... Needs 24 3-pointers to move into top 10 on school’s all-time list and 52 to move into top five ... Increased point and rebound totals by more than 100 percent from his sophomore to junior seasons.

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SENIOR GUARD 6-5 t 209 Elk City, Okla. Elk City High School X PERSONAL

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Birthplace Amarillo, Texas Parents Tommye and Roger Davis Major Human Relations

XCAREER HIGHS Points 25 vs. Northern Colorado (12/19/09) Rebounds 11 vs. Missouri (1/16/10) Assists 4 vs. Texas A&M (3/6/10) Turnovers 4 (twice) Blocked Shots 2 vs. Texas (3/1/10) Steals 4 vs. Nicholls State (11/28/09) Field Goals 9 vs. Iowa State (1/27/10) Field Goal Attempts 17 vs. Iowa State (1/27/10) 3-Point Field Goals 6 (twice) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 11 vs. Texas (2/6/10) Free Throws 6 vs. Houston (11/26/09) Free Throw Attempts 8 vs. Texas (2/6/10) Minutes Played 41 vs. Utah (12/12/09)

Played in all 31 games and started each of the last 27 ... Averaged 9.9 points, 3.9 rebounds, 1.0 assist and a team-high 1.5 steals in 31.8 minutes per outing ... Played at least 36 minutes in each of last 10 games and in 14 of last 15 ... Shot .392 from the field, .347 from 3-point range and .778 from the free throw line ... Ranked second on team with 58 3-point makes ... Fifty-eight percent of his field goals were from behind the arc ... Made at least three 3-pointers in a game 11 times ... Ranked ninth in Big 12 in steals and recorded at least three thefts 10 times ... Scored in double figures on 13 occasions and netted at least 20 points four times ... Averaged 11.5 points, 4.7 rebounds and 2.2 treys (shot .361 from deep) in 35.6 minutes a game in Big 12 play ... Assembled a five-game stretch in January and February in which he averaged 16.8 points and went 17-for-40 (.425) from 3-point distance ... Posted double-doubles in home wins over Missouri (Jan. 16) and No. 9 Texas (Feb. 6) ... Registered 15 points and 11 rebounds against Missouri and 20 points and 10 boards versus Texas ... Went 6-for-10 from 3-point range and scored a career-high 25 points against Northern Colorado (Dec. 19) ... Registered 24 points against Iowa State (Jan. 27) ... Hit 6-of-10 3-point shots and scored 22 points at Texas (March 1).

X2008-09 (SOPHOMORE) Played in 35 of 36 outings and made one start for a 30-6 team that advanced to the NCAA Tournament’s Elite Eight ... Averaged 4.7 points and 1.7 rebounds in 14.6 minutes per game ... Registered 33 assists against just 12 turnovers ... Also recorded 13 steals ... Ranked fourth on team with 40 3-point makes ... Shot .345 from behind the arc and .656 from the free throw line (21-for-32) ... Posted a .415 mark from 3-point range in Big 12 games (17-for-41) ... Made at least one trey in 18 contests, at least two in 11 outings and at least three in six games ... Scored a career-high 17 points on a career-high five 3-pointers against Texas Tech (Feb. 14) and added four rebounds and two assists ... Was 4-for-6 from 3-point range and totaled 12 points against No. 15 Kansas (Feb. 23) ... Netted 12 points against UAB (Nov. 26), 11 points against American (Nov. 14) and 10 points against No. 10 Purdue (Nov. 28).

X2007-08 (FRESHMAN) Played in 28 of the team’s 35 games (including each of the last 14) ... Started six games (season’s first two and four of the final seven) ... Averaged 3.7 points and 1.5 rebounds in 13.3 minutes per contest ... Shot .275 from 3-point range (19-for-69) on the year but owned a .355 mark over the last 12 games (11-for-31) ... Made five of team’s 10 3-pointers over its two Big 12 Championship games ... Converted all 23 of his free throw attempts on the season (16 at home) ... Scored a career-high 11 points against Iowa State (Feb. 13) when he was 3-for-3 from 3-point territory ... Finished with 10 points on 4-for-7 shooting at Nebraska (Feb. 27) ... Netted nine points in Big 12 Championship semifinals against Texas when he was 3-for-7 from 3-point range ... Played a career-high 32 minutes and scored six points in win over Texas A&M (March 1) ... Grabbed a season-high four rebounds on three occasions.

X HIGH SCHOOL Led each of his four teams in scoring ... A first-team Class 4A all-state selection who averaged 23.4 points, 10.7 rebounds, 4.5 assists, 2.3 steals and 1.6 blocks per game as a senior ... Shot .416 from 3-point range and .820 from the foul line ... Led team to a 24-1 record ... Only loss was a 67-65 overtime decision against Tulsa Victory Christian in the state tournament quarterfinals (had 37 points, 11 rebounds and three steals in the game) ... Averaged 24.9 points and 8.6 rebounds a game as a junior while shooting .430 from 3-point range and .850 from the free throw line ... Team was 22-6 overall and 21-2 in games he played (he missed five contests with mononucleosis) ... Helped squad to 4A State Tournament quarterfinals where it lost 54-50 to eventual champion Bishop McGuiness (scored 30 points in the game) ... Scored a career-high 39 points his junior season against Clinton and his senior year against Lawton MacArthur ... Coached by Jim Deaton.

XMISCELLANEOUS Participated in rodeos as a child ... Is an avid pool player ... Chose Oklahoma over Nebraska, Oral Roberts and Tulsa.

XDAVIS’ CAREER STATS Year

3G-A Pct.

FT-A Pct.

2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

28-6 371-13.3 31-97 .320 19-69 .275 35-1 510-14.6 51-133 .383 40-116 .345 31-27 985-31.8 100-255 .392 58-167 .347

23-23 1.000 21-32 .656 49-63 .778

Career

94-34 1866-19.9 182-485 .375 117-352 .332 93-118 .788 43-180-223

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G-GS

MP-Avg.

FG-A Pct.

Off-Def-Tot Avg. PF-D

8-34-42 10-50-60 25-96-121

1.5 1.7 3.9

A

TO

B

S

TP Avg.

30-0 12 20 2 9 104 52-2 33 12 3 13 163 68-2 31 26 10 46 307

2.4 150-4 76

58 15 68 574

3.7 4.7 9.9 6.1


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CADE DAVIS

XPERSONALITY PROFILE Interests/Hobbies Movies, music, video games, board games, artistry, golf Three Words That Describe Me Handsome, well-spoken, creative Favorite Food Whatever’s in front of me (within reason) Favorite Midnight Snack Bowl of cereal Favorite Beverage An Arnold Palmer (tea and lemonade) Favorite TV Channel Discovery Channel Favorite TV Show “Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory”

I Would Have Liked To Witness... When the cosmos were made Most Memorable Sports Moment Beating ninth-ranked Texas last year for Wayman Tisdale My Sports Hero Ryan Minor

XDAVIS’ 2009-10 GAME-BY-GAME STATS DATE Nov. 14 Nov. 17 Nov. 21 Nov. 25 Nov. 26 Nov. 28 Nov. 2 Dec. 6 Dec. 9 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 21 Dec. 31 Jan. 4 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 27 Jan. 30 Feb. 6 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 27 March 1 March 6 March 10

OPPONENT Mount St. Mary’s ULM at VCU vs. San Diego vs. Houston vs. Nicholls State Arkansas Arizona Centenary at Utah Northern Colorado vs. UTEP vs. Gonzaga Md. Eastern Shore at Baylor Oklahoma State Missouri at Texas A&M at Texas Tech Iowa State at Nebraska Texas (9) Texas Tech at Oklahoma State at Colorado Kansas State (7) at Kansas (1) Baylor (24) at Texas Texas A&M (23) vs. Oklahoma State

GS

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MP 7 28 16 20 29 31 38 33 26 41 40 25 17 26 25 31 36 40 38 39 22 36 38 40 39 37 36 37 38 38 38

FG 0-0 3-6 0-2 1-4 2-8 5-11 4-10 2-6 0-7 2-7 8-13 1-6 0-3 8-15 0-4 4-8 7-14 3-6 1-7 9-17 3-7 6-16 3-10 6-12 3-7 4-8 4-9 2-10 6-11 1-6 2-5

3FG 0-0 1-4 0-2 1-4 1-5 4-9 3-5 2-6 0-5 1-4 6-10 1-5 0-3 3-6 0-2 0-4 1-4 3-5 0-4 4-9 3-6 4-11 1-6 5-8 1-5 3-7 2-6 1-6 6-10 1-4 0-2

FT 1-2 2-2 0-0 2-2 6-6 4-4 0-0 2-2 0-0 4-5 3-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-4 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 4-4 4-8 1-2 2-4 1-1 0-0 3-3 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-0

O-D-T 0-3-3 1-2-3 0-2-2 1-2-3 1-3-4 0-3-3 0-2-2 0-3-3 0-3-3 1-3-4 0-3-3 0-1-1 1-2-3 3-0-3 0-1-1 2-2-4 3-8-11 2-5-7 0-2-2 1-2-3 1-0-1 2-8-10 0-2-2 0-3-3 0-7-7 0-4-4 1-7-8 2-1-3 0-2-2 2-5-7 1-5-6

PF 1 1 5 3 4 1 2 3 0 1 1 2 1 2 3 4 2 2 4 2 2 4 2 1 2 2 3 1 5 1 1

A 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 3 0 1 2 3 1 0 4 1

TO 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 2 2 3 2

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 1

S 0 2 3 2 0 4 3 3 0 1 2 0 1 1 3 3 0 3 0 3 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 3 3

TP 1 9 0 5 11 18 11 8 0 9 25 3 0 19 3 9 15 9 2 24 13 20 8 19 8 11 13 5 22 3 4

Favorite Sports Movie “Hoosiers” Favorite Basketball TV Announcer Clark Kellogg Most Impressive Person I’ve Met Beau Gerber My Autobiography Title Would Be... “Dazed and Confused” Craziest Thing I’ve Done Bungee jump I Wish I Was Better At... Golf Player I Pretended To Be As A Kid Pete Maravich My Best Non-Athletic Talent Artistry Favorite Class At OU Writing for Human Relations Professionals Biggest Fear The unknown Favorite Non-NBA Sports Team Manchester United What I Worked On In The Offseason Being a leader

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Game Show I’d Like To Be On “The Dating Game”


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T.J. FRANKLIN XQUICKLY

3

One of four team captains ... A walk-on ... Has second most experience on team with two years ... Voted by teammates as squad’s best leader by example, co-hardest worker, most impressive in the weight room and fastest from baseline to baseline.

X2009-10 (SOPHOMORE) Totaled 25 minutes in 15 games and registered two points, two rebounds and four assists ... Points came on free throws in season opener against Mount St. Mary’s (Nov. 14) ... Recorded a seasonhigh two assists against Centenary (Dec. 9) ... Played a season-high six minutes at Oklahoma State (Feb. 13).

X2008-09 (FRESHMAN)

JUNIOR GUARD 5-11 t 177 Fort Worth, Texas North Crowley HS XPERSONAL

XHIGH SCHOOL

Points 2 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/09)

Attended North Crowley High School in Fort Worth, Texas ... Helped Panthers to a 38-1 record and the 2008 Class 5A state title ... Started all 39 games ... Averaged 4.5 points, 4.4 assists, 2.3 rebounds and 2.4 steals per game ... Shot .460 from the field, .260 from 3-point range and .590 from the free throw line ... Earned three letters ... Three varsity teams went 25-9, 29-6 and 38-1 for a combined 92-16 (.852) record ... A Texas Association of Basketball Coaches Academic All-State selection ... Named the Dallas/Fort Worth area’s Dale Hansen Scholar Athlete of the Week (Jan. 2, 2008) ... Coached by Tommy Brakel.

Rebounds 2 (twice)

XMISCELLANEOUS

Birthplace Fort Worth, Texas

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Played in 12 of team’s 36 games ... Totaled 27 minutes on the season and recorded three points (all from the free throw line), six assists and seven rebounds ... Handed out a season-high two assists against Coppin State (Jan. 3) ... Logged a season-high nine minutes against Maryland Eastern Shore (Jan. 5) ... Saw action in three Big 12 Conference games.

Parents Luwanda and Thedrick Franklin Major Information Studies

XCAREER HIGHS

Assists 2 (twice) Turnovers 2 vs. Baylor (1/24/09)

Named North Crowley High School’s Army Student-Athlete of the Year as a senior ... Ranked No. 7 in his graduating class ... Wants to be a mixed martial arts competitor ... An avid bowler whose high game is a 242 ... High school teammate of former OU guard Willie Warren.

Blocked Shots None Steals None Field Goals None Field Goal Attempts 2 vs. Maine (12/10/08) 3-Point Field Goals None 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 1 (five times) Free Throws 2 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/09) Free Throw Attempts 4 (twice) Minutes Played 8 vs. Maryland Eastern Shore (1/5/09)

XFRANKLIN’S CAREER STATS Year

G-GS

MP-Avg.

FG-A

2008-09 2009-10

12-0 15-0

27-2.3 25-1.7

0-5 0-5

Career

27-0

52-1.9

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Pct. 3G-A

Pct.

FT-A

.000 .000

.000 .000

3-12 .250 2-6 .333

2-5-7 0-2-2

0.6 0.1

2-0 3-0

0-5 .000

5-18 .278

2-7-9

0.3

0-10 .000

0-2 0-3

Pct. Off-Def-Tot

Avg. PF-D

A

TO

B

S

6 4

9 3

0 0

0 0

TP Avg.

3 2

0.3 0.1

5-0 10

12

0

0

5

0.2


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T.J. FRANKLIN

XPERSONALITY PROFILE Nickname “Thed” Interests/Hobbies Video games, bowling Three Words That Describe Me Competitive, laidback, goofy Favorite Food Steak Least Favorite Food Anything green or cold Favorite Beverage Strawberry lemonade Prized Possession High school state championship ring

Favorite Pro Athlete Dwyane Wade Favorite Non-Sports Movie “Top Gun” Movie Role I’d Like To Play Wolverine in “X-Men” Favorite Midnight Snack Anything sweet

X FRANKLIN’S 2009-10 GAME-BY-GAME STATS DATE Nov. 14 Nov. 17 Nov. 21 Nov. 25 Nov. 26 Nov. 28 Dec. 2 Dec. 6 Dec. 9 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 21 Dec. 31 Jan. 4 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 27 Jan. 30 Feb. 6 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 27 March 1 March 6 March 10

OPPONENT Mount St. Mary’s ULM at VCU vs. San Diego vs. Houston vs. Nicholls State Arkansas Arizona Centenary at Utah Northern Colorado vs. UTEP vs. Gonzaga Md. Eastern Shore at Baylor Oklahoma State Missouri at Texas A&M at Texas Tech Iowa State at Nebraska Texas (9) Texas Tech at Oklahoma State at Colorado Kansas State (7) at Kansas (1) Baylor (24) at Texas Texas A&M (23) vs. Oklahoma State

GS

MP 2

FG 0-0

3FG 0-0

FT 2-2

1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0+

0-0

0-0

0-0

1 1 3

0-0 0-0 0-1

0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0

3 1

0-1 0-0

0-0 0-0

0-0 0-4

1

0-0

0-0

0-0

6 1 2

0-0 0-1 0-0

0-0 0-1 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0

0+ 2 1

0-0 0-1 0-1

0-0 0-1 0-1

0-0 0-0 0-0

O-D-T 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Nobody Knows How Much I... Really hate to lose

PF 1

A 1

TO 1

B 0

S 0

TP 2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Fact About Me People Don’t Know I want to bowl professionally

0 0 0

0 0 2

0 1 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

My Autobiography Title Would Be... “Let’s Work”

Job I’d Like To Have A video game tester

Meal I Prepare Most Often Breakfast (eggs, waffles and sausage) 0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

What I’m Most Proud Of Where I am today and being named a team captain I Wish I Was Better At... Not being shy

0

0

0

0

0

0

2 0 0

1 0 0

1 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

What I Like Most About OU It’s a fun college town Biggest Fear God What I Worked On In The Offseason Shooting Most Important Thing I’ve Learned Since Coming To College I have to manage my time effectively

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Favorite Spot On Campus The Union


OKLAHOMA

BARRY HONORÉ XQUICKLY

31

A transfer from Southern University who was on the Oklahoma roster for the fall 2009 semester ... Averaged 8.8 points and 4.8 rebounds per game during his two seasons at Southern ... Played in all 61 of the team’s games and started 54 of them ... Was the 2007-08 Southwestern Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year ... A walk-on at OU.

X2008-09 (SOPHOMORE AT SOUTHERN)

JUNIOR FORWARD 6-7 ‡ 258 Garland, Texas Southern University XPERSONAL

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Birthplace Oklahoma City, Okla. Parents Brenda and Bruce Honoré Major Sociology

XPERSONALITY PROFILE Three Words That Describe Me Smooth, laidback, humble Favorite Food My mom’s cooking Favorite Beverage Green tea My Best Non-Athletic Talent Shooting pool Meal I Prepare Most Often Grilled chicken breast with broccoli Prized Possession My Bible

Averaged 8.8 points and 4.5 rebounds in 26.2 minutes a game ... Played in all 31 contests ... Shot .430 from the field and .652 from the free throw line ... Made 19 3-pointers and posted a .413 mark from beyond the arc ... Registered 11 assists, 17 steals and nd 22 blocked shots ... Scored in double figures in 13 outings ..... Posted seven straight double-figure scoring games in January and February ... Scored a season-high 16 points twice ... Notched a pairir of doubledoubles (14 points and 10 rebounds versus Prairie View w A&M and 11 points and 12 boards at Alabama A&M) ... Scored a season-high eason-high 16 points at Jackson State and versus Alcorn State ... Named med Jan. 21 Southwestern Athletic Conference Co-Player of the Week ek after averaging 13.0 points, 7.5 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 3.5 blocks ocks in wins over Arkansas-Pine Bluff and Mississippi Valley State ... Recorded six rejections in the game against Mississippi Valley State ..... Coached by Rob Spivery.

X2007-08 (FRESHMAN AT SOUTHERN) Named Southwestern Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year ... Competed in all 30 games and averaged 8.8 points and 5.1 rebounds in 24.8 minutes per outing ... Shot .444 from the field and nd .596 from the free throw line ... Was 13-for-36 from 3-point range for a .361 mark ... Led team with 153 rebounds ... Totaled 16 assists, 13 steals and 14 blocked shots ... Reached double figures inn points in 10 contests ... Registered career highs of 21 points, 12 rebounds ebounds and four assists against Paul Quinn College in second game of his career ... Was 10-for-16 from the field in 28 minutes against Paul aul Quinn ... Coached by Rob Spivery.

XHIGH SCHOOL Attended South Garland High School in Garland, Texas ..... A Class 5A all-district selection as a senior ... Coached by Garland Nichols.

XMISCELLANEOUS Last name is pronounced “ahn-o-RAY” ... Was born in Oklahoma klahoma City but moved to Texas before he turned 1 ... Used to play lay the saxophone.

Favorite Spot on Campus Dale Hall I Would Have Liked To Witness... President Obama’s inauguration I Don’t Know What I’d Do Without... My iPhone Most Impressive Person I’ve Met My father Favorite Non-NBA Pro Team Dallas Cowboys When I Have Free Time I... Chill, get on the computer or the phone What I Worked On In The Offseason Getting into better shape

XHONORÉ’S CAREER STATS (AT SOUTHERN) Year

G-GS

MP-Avg.

FG-A Pct.

3G-A

Pct.

FT-A

Pct. Off-Def-Tot Avg. PF-D

2007-08 2008-09

30-26 743-24.8 108-243 .444 13-36 .361 30-28 790-26.3 101-234 .432 19-44 .432

Career

60-54 1533-25.6 209-477 .438 32-80 .400 77-123 .626 90-198-288

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34-57 .596 45-108-153 43-66 .652 45-90-135

5.1 4.5

A

TO

B

S

TP Avg.

52-0 16 55 14 13 263 49-0 11 60 22 17 264

8.8 8.8

4.8 101-0 27 115 36 30 527

8.8


SOONERS

ROMERO OSBY XQUICKLY

24

Will sit out the 2010-11 season after transferring from Mississippi State ... Averaged 4.2 points and 2.6 rebounds in 12.8 minutes per game over his two seasons as a Bulldog under head coach Rick Stansbury ... A physically strong forward who can operate in the paint but also likes to shoot from the perimeter ... Voted by OU teammates as squad’s best overall athlete.

X2009-10 (SOPHOMORE AT MISSISSIPPI STATE) Averaged 4.3 points and 2.6 rebounds in 13.1 minutes per game for a 24-12 squad that advanced to the second round of the NIT ... Played in 35 of 36 games and made three starts ... Shot .462 from the field, .410 (16-for-39) from 3-point range and .634 (26-for-41) from the free throw line ... Recorded 22 assists, 12 blocked shots and eight steals ... Scored in double figures three times with a seasonhigh 13 points in 17 minutes versus DePaul ... Grabbed a seasonhigh seven rebounds on two occasions (vs. DePaul and at Alabama) ... Projected 40-minute scoring and rebounding averages were 13.3 and 7.8 ... Played a season-high 38 minutes in home overtime loss to No. 2 Kentucky.

X2008-09 (FRESHMAN AT MISSISSIPPI STATE)

X HIGH SCHOOL A two-time all-state performer at North Lauderdale (Miss.) High School ... Averaged 22.4 points, 14.6 rebounds, 4.7 blocks and 3.9 assists per game as a senior while shooting .528 from the field and .664 from the foul line ... Posted a double-double in all but one game as a senior and recorded a triple-double (21 points, 14 boards, 10 blocks) against Wayne County in the Division 5-4A championship game ... Averaged 24.0 points, 11.3 boards and 3.6 assists as a junior ... Scored a career-high 41 points as a junior against Southeast Lauderdale.

XMISCELLANEOUS Has a daughter (born in December 2009) ... High school jersey (No. 24) was retired in the fall of 2008.

6-8 ‡ 225 Meridian, Miss. Mississippi State University XPERSONAL Birthplace Frankfurt, Germany Parents Daryl Osby and Tracey Anderson Major Communication

XPERSONALITY PROFILE Interests/Hobbies Raising my daughter, hanging with family, video games Three Words That Describe Me Hard-working, funny, mature Favorite Food Soul food Favorite Beverage Southern syle sweet tea My Best Non-Athletic Talent Singing in the shower Favorite Spot On Campus LNC, of course I Don’t Know What I’d Do Without... My daughter, my family, basketball Favorite Late Night Snack Fruit Favorite Elementary School Subject Math Biggest Fear Not being able to provide for my child The Most Important Thing I’ve Learned Since Coming To College How to work hard and manage time

XOSBY’S CAREER STATS (AT MISSISSIPPI STATE) Year

G-GS

MP-Avg.

FG-A Pct.

2008-09 2009-10

36-0 452-12.6 35-3 457-13.1

51-118 .432 55-119 .462

3G-A

8-28 .286 16-39 .410

Pct.

39-58 .672 26-41 .634

FT-A Pct. Off-Def-Tot Avg. PF-D

28-66-94 34-55-89

2.6 2.5

53-1 12 28 12 33-0 22 34 12

A

TO

B

Career

71-3 909-12.8 106-237 .447

24-67 .358

65-99 .657 62-121-183

2.6

86-1 34

S

TP Avg.

8 149 8 152

4.1 4.3

62 24 16 301

4.2

My Autobiography Title Would Be... “Blessed Beyond Measure”

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Averaged 4.1 points and 2.6 rebounds in 12.6 minutes per game (13.2 points and 8.3 rebounds when projected to 40 minutes) for a 23-13 squad that lost in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Played in all 36 games and came off the bench in each ... Shot .432 from the field, .286 (8-for-28) from 3-point distance and .672 (39-for-58) from the foul line ... Scored in double figures three times with a career-high 15 vs. North Alabama in season’s third game ... Netted 13 points versus Houston and 10 versus Charlotte ... Pulled down a career-high eight rebounds in collegiate debut against Centenary.

JUNIOR FORWARD


OKLAHOMA

NICK THOMPSON XQUICKLY

Named a team captain before ever playing a game at Oklahoma ma ... One of two junior college transfers in OU’s 2010 recruiting class lass (played the last two seasons at College of Eastern Utah) ... Thee second tallest player on the roster ... A versatile forward who’ss a good ball handler and can score from the perimeter ... Runs the he floor extremely well ... Ran a 5:36 mile in preseason conditioning... ing... Voted by OU teammates as squad’s best vocal leader and mostt competitive player. XJUNIOR COLLEGE

JUNIOR FORWARD 6-9 ‡ 208 Clinton, Utah College of Eastern Utah XPERSONAL

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Birthplace Rapid City, S.D. Parents Shirley and Thomas Thompson Major Communication

XPERSONALITY PROFILE

Averaged 8.6 points, 4.4 rebounds and 2.2 assists as a sophomore more at College of Eastern Utah ... Helped Golden Eagles to a 27-10 record and a third-place finish at the national junior college tournarnament (school’s best finish in 45 years) ... Shot .556 from the field, eld, .399 from 3-point range (19-for-49) and .688 from the free throw hrow line ... Averaged 7.7 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.0 assist a game me as a freshman when CEU finished 25-7 ... Coached by Chris Craig.. XHIGH SCHOOL

Attended Clearfield (Utah) High School ... A second-team Class ss 5A all-state selection by the Salt Lake Tribune and an honorable ble mention all-state pick by the Deseret News as a senior ... Was also a first-team all-area honoree by the Ogden Standard Examiner er ... Averaged 15 points and 7.0 rebounds a game as a junior ... Coached by Curtis Hulse. XMISCELLANEOUS

Father served in Air Force ... Born in Rapid City, S.D., and moved ed to Oklahoma City when he was four months old ... Moved to Hawaii waii at age 6 and also lived in Delaware, Germany and Utah.

Interests/Hobbies Music Three Words That Describe Me Tough, optimistic, calm (off the court) Favorite Food Steak Least Favorite Food Mushrooms Meal I Prepare Most Often Ramen noodles Prized Possession Last year’s league championship ring Favorite Spot on Campus LNC!! I Would Have Liked To Witness... Wilt Chamberlain playing in person Person I’d Hang Out With For A Day John Wooden Biggest Superstition Knocking on wood Best Sports Talent Besides Basketball Ping pong What I Worked On In The Offseason Lifting weights My Sports Hero Larry Bird

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C.J. WASHINGTON XQUICKLY

5

One of the country’s most productive junior college players last year at Connors State College in Warner, Okla. ... A forward who ranked fifth nationally in rebounding and 32nd in scoring ... Excels at positioning himself for rebounds and anticipating where the ball will come off the rim. XJUNIOR COLLEGE

Earned firs first-team National Junior College Athletic Association honsophomore after averaging 19.3 points, a school-record ors as a so rebounds and 1.8 blocked shots per game ... Also named the 13.0 rebou Region II Player of the Year and Region II Tournament MVP NJCAA Reg ... Led Connors Con State to a 30-4 record and to national junior college tournament ... Recorded 25 double-doubles in his 32 games tourname consecutively at one point) ... Ranked fifth in the country in (14 consec rebounding and 32nd in scoring ... Broke the single-game school reboundin rebounding record with 26 in Region II Tournament semifinals reboundin State College ... Helped Connors State to a 28-9 against Murray M record and the NJCAA Final Four as a freshman by averaging 12.0 points and 8.0 rebounds ... Coached by Bill Muse.

JUNIOR FORWARD 6-7 ‡ 209 Stringtown, Okla. Connors State College XPERSONAL

Led String Stringtown (Okla.) High School to 27-4 record and 2007 Class B state title tit as a senior ... Helped Tigers to a 28-1 record and 2006 state sem semifinals appearance as a junior ... Coached by Dirk Walden.

Birthplace McAlester, Okla.

XMISCEL MISCELLANEOUS

Full name is Christopher Jerome Washington ... Father of a 3-yearold son.

Parents Carolyn Mouser and Stacy Washington Major Multidisciplinary Studies

XPERSONALITY PROFILE Interests/Hobbies My son, watching TV, sleeping Favorite Foods Chocolate, chicken Alfredo Favorite Beverage Mountain Dew My Teammates Say I Am... Quiet Favorite TV Shows “Family Guy,” “House,” “Dexter” I Don’t Know What I’d Do Without... My son What I’m Most Proud Of Being a good father People Wouldn’t Believe That I... Listen to a lot of country music Favorite Music Artist George Strait and Eminem My Best Non-Athletic Talent Making people laugh Favorite Activity as a Child Riding my bike around all of Stringtown Biggest Fear Bears My Advice to Youngsters Education is key!

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XHIGH SCHOOL S


OKLAHOMA

ANDREW FITZGERALD XQUICKLY

4

Youngest of team’s four captains ... Arrived at OU in summer 2009 weighing 273 pounds but enters 2010-11 season at 231 ... Body fat also decreased from 23.4 to 9.0 percent ... Owns a 7-foot, 2-inch wingspan ... Voted by teammates as squad’s co-hardest worker (shared with T.J. Franklin).

X2009-10 (FRESHMAN)

SOPHOMORE FORWARD 6-8 t 231 Baltimore, Md. Brewster Academy (N.H.) X PERSONAL

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Birthplace New York, N.Y. Mother Amy LeSuer Major History

XCAREER HIGHS Points 16 vs. Kansas (2/22/10) Rebounds 6 vs. Kansas (2/22/10)

Played in 26 of team’s 31 games and made 11 starts ... Six starts came in the final seven games ... Averaged 4.8 points, 2.0 rebounds and 0.5 assists in 15.7 minutes a contest ... Ranked thirdd on team with his .511 field goal percentage and also shot .638 from rom the free throw line (30-for-47) ... Averaged 13.0 points on 19-for-32 or-32 (.594) shooting over a three-game February stretch against Colorado, olorado, Kansas State and Kansas ... Recorded season highs of 16 points ints (8-for-14 shooting), six rebounds and 37 minutes at No. 1 Kansas (Feb. 22) ... Finished with 14 points and five boards versus No. 7 Kansas nsas State (Feb. 20) ... Tallied 14 points and five rebounds in 26 minutes nutes off the bench in season opener against Mount St. Mary’s (Nov. 14) ... Registered a season-high three assists against No. 24 Baylor (Feb. 27).

X PREP SCHOOL A four-star recruit according to Rivals.com and Scout.com m ... Ranked No. 68 overall by ESPN.com, No. 70 by Rivals.com m and No. 85 by Scout.com ... Regarded as No. 9 center in 2009 recruiting class by Rivals.com ... Averaged 22.5 points and nd 8.0 rebounds per game in 2008-09 at Brewster Academyy in Wolfeboro, N.H. ... Earned first-team national prep school ool All-America honors ... Also named to National Prep School ool Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Helped Bobcats to a 22-12 record and final No. 4 national prep school ranking ng ... Participated in Reebok All-American Game in April 20099 ... Coached at Brewster by Jason Smith.

X HIGH SCHOOL

Assists 3 vs. Baylor (2/27/10)

Attended Owings Mills (Md.) High School and averaged 21.0 points, 18.0 rebounds and 5.0 blocks per game as a junior ior ... Led Owings Mills to Class 1A North Region state finals (lost lost in three overtimes) ... Coached at Owings Mills by Rick Epps. ps.

Turnovers 4 vs. Kansas (1/14/08)

XMISCELLANEOUS

Blocked Shots 2 (twice) Steals 1 (nine times)

Born in New York City and moved to Baltimore, Md., at age 10 ... Began drawing in high school and considers it his biggest ggest hobby ... Chose Oklahoma over Kentucky, Louisville, Pittt and Texas A&M.

Field Goals 8 vs. Kansas (2/22/10) Field Goal Attempts 14 vs. Kansas (2/22/10) 3-Point Field Goals None 3-Point Field Goal Attempts None Free Throws 6 vs. Texas A&M (3/6/10) Free Throw Attempts 8 vs. Texas A&M (3/6/10)

XFITZGERALD’S CAREER STATS

Minutes Played 37 vs. Kansas (2/22/10)

Year

2009-10 Career

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G-GS

MP-Avg.

FG-A Pct. 3G-A

26-11 407-15.7 48-94 .511 26-11 407-15.7 48-94 .511

Pct.

FT-A Pct. Off-Def-Tot Avg. PF-D

0-0 .000 30-47 .638 0-0 .000 30-47 .638

22-29-51 22-29-51

A

TO

B

2.0 40-0 13 17 7 2.0 40-0 13 17 7

S

TP Avg.

9 126 9 126

4.8 4.8


SOONERS

ANDREW FITZGERALD

XPERSONALITY PROFILE Nickname “Fitz” Interests/Hobbies Drawing Three Words That Describe Me Funny, cool, determined Favorite Food Pizza Favorite Beverage Sprite Favorite Spot On Campus Starbucks in the Union Favorite Sports Movie “He Got Game”

Most Memorable Sports Moment Being named MVP at the Notre Dame prep tournament Favorite NBA Team Denver Nuggets Favorite Website Facebook Favorite Activity As A Child Sleeping

XFITZGERALD’S 2009-10 GAME-BY-GAME STATS DATE Nov. 14 Nov. 17 Nov. 21 Nov. 25 Nov. 26 Nov. 28 Dec. 2 Dec. 6 Dec. 9 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 21 Dec. 31 Jan. 4 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 27 Jan. 30 Feb. 6 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 27 March 1 March 6 March 10

OPPONENT Mount St. Mary’s ULM at VCU vs. San Diego vs. Houston vs. Nicholls State Arkansas Arizona Centenary at Utah Northern Colorado vs. UTEP vs. Gonzaga Md. Eastern Shore at Baylor Oklahoma State Missouri at Texas A&M at Texas Tech Iowa State at Nebraska Texas (9) Texas Tech at Oklahoma State at Colorado Kansas State (7) at Kansas (1) Baylor (24) at Texas Texas A&M (23) vs. Oklahoma State

MP 26 8 6 12

FG 5-7 0-2 1-1 1-5

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT 4-5 0-0 0-0 2-3

20 3 6 8 3

3-4 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

4-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

* * *

21 15 28 5 1

5-8 2-2 1-2 0-1 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

3-5 1-2 2-4 0-0 0-0

*

6 30 21 19

0-0 3-7 2-4 1-2

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 1-2 0-0 1-1

7 22 27 37 23 25 22 6

1-1 4-6 7-12 8-14 1-6 1-4 2-3 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 1-2 0-4 0-0 5-6 0-0 6-8 0-0

GS

* * * * * * *

O-D-T 3-2-5 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 DNP 3-1-4 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 DNP DNP 3-2-5 3-0-3 0-2-2 0-1-1 0-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-2-3 1-1-2 DNP 0-1-1 0-1-1 1-4-5 2-4-6 2-2-4 1-1-2 0-2-2 0-0-0

PF 1 0 1 1

A 1 0 0 0

TO 4 0 0 2

B 0 1 0 0

S 1 0 0 1

TP 14 0 2 4

If I Won $1 Million, I Would... Invest half and give the rest to charity

0 0 0 1 0

1 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0

10 0 0 0 0

Best Friend On Another College Basketball Team Thomas Robinson (Kansas)

1 0 1 1 1

0 0 1 0 0

2 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

1 1 0 0 0

13 5 4 0 0

2 3 3 2

0 2 0 1

1 0 1 1

0 0 1 0

0 1 1 0

0 7 4 3

2 1 4 3 3 4 4 2

0 1 0 1 3 2 0 0

0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1

0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0

0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

2 9 14 16 7 2 10 0

Favorite Basketball TV Announcer Charles Barkley

Before Every Game, I... Pray After Every Game, I... Relax Item I Like to Bring On Road Trips My iPad Team I’d Add To The Schedule Maryland Favorite Pro Athlete Carlos Boozer Favorite Non-NBA Sports Team Baltimore Ravens What Motivates Me My mother working hard every day What I Worked On In The Offseason Conditioning and my weight

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Favorite TV Channel Cartoon Network


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KYLE HARDRICK XQUICKLY

25

A post player who saw limited action as a freshman ... Uses his body effectively around the basket ... Can step out for the mid-range shot ... Possesses a good knowledge of and feel for the game ... Has a knack for using his body to ward off defenders and utilizes a quick release around the basket. X 2009-10 (FRESHMAN)

Played a total of four minutes in three games ... Registered one rebound and one blocked shot ... Did not attempt a field goal or a free throw. XHIGH SCHOOL

SOPHOMORE FORWARD 6-8 ‡ 212 Oklahoma City, Okla. Putnam City HS XPERSONAL

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Birthplace Lawton, Okla. Parents Valerie and Michael Hardrick Major Communication

XCAREER HIGHS Points None

Member of Oklahoma Class 6A state champion Putnam City High School (25-4 record) ... A three-star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Averaged 10.3 points, 10.1 rebounds as a high school senior ... Also averaged 1.6 assists, 2.4 blocks and 1.3 steals ... Competed in the Oklahoma/Texas Faith 7 High School All-Star Game (Shawnee, Okla.) and the Fineberg Academic All-American Basketball Classic (Ontario, Calif.) following senior season ... Coached at Putnam City by A.D. Burtschi ... Played sophomore and junior seasons at Norman High School (coached by Wes Clark) and freshman season at Lawton Eisenhower High School (coached by Bruce Harrington). XMISCELLANEOUS

Verbally committed to Oklahoma in May 2006 (Jeff Capel’s first month at OU) as a high school sophomore ... Won 2008 AAU national title as a member of Athletes First (teammate of fellow Sooner Ryan Randolph) ... Underwent right knee surgery between freshman and sophomore years in high school to repair a torn ACL.

Rebounds 1 vs. Arizona (12/6/09) Assists None Turnovers None Blocked Shots 1 vs. Texas A&M (3/6/10) Steals None Field Goals None Field Goal Attempts None 3-Point Field Goals None 3-Point Field Goal Attempts None Free Throws None Free Throw Attempts None

XHARDRICK’S CAREER STATS

Minutes Played 2 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14/09)

Year

2009-10 Career

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G-GS

MP-Avg.

3-0 3-0

4-1.3 4-1.3

FG-A

Pct. 3G-A

0-0 .000 0-0 .000

Pct.

0-0 .000 0-0 .000

FT-A

Pct. Off-Def-Tot Avg. PF-D

0-0 .000 0-0 .000

0-1-1 0-1-1

0.3 0.3

1-0 1-0

A

TO

B

S

TP Avg.

0 0

0 0

1 1

0 0

0 0

0.0 0.0


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KYLE HARDRICK

XPERSONALITY PROFILE Interests/Hobbies Basketball, watching movies Three Words That Describe Me Goofy, smart, outgoing Favorite Food Grilled chicken Least Favorite Food Mushrooms Favorite Beverage Apple juice Meal I Prepare Most Often Ramen noodles Favorite Spot On Campus Wagner Dining Hall

My Best Non-Athletic Talent Cooking Favorite TV Show “SpongeBob” Favorite Music Artist Jay-Z Movie Character I’d Like To Play King Leonidas in “300”

XHARDRICK’S 2009-10 GAME-BY-GAME STATS DATE Nov. 14 Nov. 17 Nov. 21 Nov. 25 Nov. 26 Nov. 28 Dec. 2 Dec. 6 Dec. 9 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 21 Dec. 31 Jan. 4 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 27 Jan. 30 Feb. 6 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 27 March 1 March 6 March 10

OPPONENT Mount St. Mary’s ULM at VCU vs. San Diego vs. Houston vs. Nicholls State Arkansas Arizona Centenary at Utah Northern Colorado vs. UTEP vs. Gonzaga Md. Eastern Shore at Baylor Oklahoma State Missouri at Texas A&M at Texas Tech Iowa State at Nebraska Texas (9) Texas Tech at Oklahoma State at Colorado Kansas State (7) at Kansas (1) Baylor (24) at Texas Texas A&M (23) vs. Oklahoma State

GS

MP 2

1

1

FG 0-0

0-0

0-0

3FG 0-0

0-0

0-0

FT 0-0

0-0

0-0

O-D-T 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-1-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0 DNP

PF 0

A 0

TO 0

B 0

S 0

TP 0

Nobody Knows How Much I... Love my family Favorite Midnight Snack Cocoa Puffs If I Could Have A Job Outside Of Basketball, It Would Be... Manager of the New York Yankees

1

0

0

0

0

0

Biggest Fear Spiders Favorite Movie “SpongeBob SquarePants The Movie” Favorite Activity As A Child Tag Most Impressive Person I’ve Met Denzel Washington What I’m Most Proud Of Making it to OU Person I Would Most Like To Hang Out With For A Day My grandma Favorite NBA Team Denver Nuggets

0

0

0

1

0

0

Biggest Superstition Never splitting a pole

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My Teammates Say I Am... Very blunt


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STEVEN PLEDGER XQUICKLY

2

Stamina, foot speed and leaping ability have all improved since last year ... A streaky 3-point shooter whose 44 treys last year were the sixth most by a freshman in school history ... Ended 2009-10 season on a positive note with nine 3-pointers over final two games.

X 2009-10 (FRESHMAN)

SOPHOMORE GUARD

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6-4 t 212 Chesapeake, Va. Atlantic Shores Christian School

Played in 30 of team’s 31 games and made three starts ... Averaged g 6.2 points and 1.5 rebounds in 18.9 minutes an outing ... Ranked third on team with 44 3-point field goals ... Shot ot .338 from 3-point distance and a team-high .846 from the free throw row line ... Went 19-for-40 (.475) from 3-point range over season’s n’s first six games ... Made at least two 3-pointers in 10 games and at least three treys in five contests ... Was 4-for-5 from 3-point range and scored 21 points in season opener against Mount St. Mary’s (Nov.v. 14) ... Nailed six treys and scored a season-high 23 points (20 in first half) against Houston in the Great Alaska Shootout (Nov. 26) ... Set an OU Big 12 Championship record with six 3-pointers and finished nished with 18 points in quarterfinals against Oklahoma State (March 10) ... Netted 10 points and grabbed a season-high five reboundss in home win versus Missouri (Jan. 16).

XPERSONAL

XHIGH SCHOOL

Birthplace San Diego, Calif.

A first-team National Christian School Athletic Association All-American as a senior for 32-2 Atlantic Shoress (Va.) Christian School ... Rated as the No. 84 player in the 2009 recruiting class and the nation’s No. 21 shooting guardd by ESPN.com ... A four-star recruit according to Scout.com ... Averaged aged 21.5 points, 7.3 rebounds and 4.5 assists in 2008-09 for state runner-up nner-up Seahawks ... Shot .544 from the field, .491 from 3-point range ange (104-for-112) and .830 from the free throw line ... Named Metro tro Conference player of the year and first-team all-state (Virginia Independent ependent Schools) ... Scored a career-high 40 points his junior season son against Roanoke Catholic in the state playoffs ... Coached by Bruce ce Croxton ... Also attended Deep Creek High School in Chesapeake, e, Va., and Blue Ridge High School in Charlottesville, Va.

Parents Eugenia and Steven Pledger Major Human Relations

XCAREER HIGHS Points 23 vs. Houston (11/26/09) Rebounds 5 vs. Missouri (1/16/10) Assists 3 (twice) Turnovers 4 (twice) Blocked Shots 2 vs. Missouri (1/16/10)

XMISCELLANEOUS Born in San Diego, Calif., and moved to Virginia at age 7 ... Teamed with current Duke sophomore Andre Dawkins att Atlantic Shores Christian School ... Also recruited by Georgetown, n, VCU, Villanova and Wake Forest.

Steals 3 vs. VCU (11/21/09) Field Goals 8 (twice) Field Goal Attempts 17 vs. Houston (11/26/09) 3-Point Field Goals 6 (twice) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 14 vs. Houston (11/26/09) Free Throws 5 vs. VCU (11/21/09) Free Throw Attempts 6 vs. VCU (11/21/09) Minutes Played 38 (twice)

XPLEDGER’S CAREER STATS Year

G-GS

2009-10

30-3 567-18.9 60-161 .373 44-130 .338 22-26 .846 30-3 567-18.9 60-161 .373 44-130 .338 22-26 .846

Career

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MP-Avg.

FG-A Pct.

3G-A Pct.

FT-A Pct. Off-Def-Tot Avg. PF-D

14-30-44 14-30-44

A

TO

B

S

TP Avg.

1.5 49-0 17 23 5 11 186 1.5 49-0 17 23 5 11 186

6.2 6.2


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STEVEN PLEDGER

XPERSONALITY PROFILE Interests/Hobbies Sleeping, music, playing “Call of Duty” Favorite Food Skittles Least Favorite Food Pasta Meal I Prepare Most Often Bowl of cereal Favorite Beverage Apple juice Three Words That Describe Me Crazy, crazy, crazy Best Non-Athletic Talent Dancing

People Wouldn’t Believe Me If I Told Them... I get homesick every day Favorite Sports Movie “He Got Game” Favorite NBA Team Atlanta Hawks Prized Possession My family

XPLEDGER’S 2009-10 GAME-BY-GAME STATS DATE Nov. 14 Nov. 17 Nov. 21 Nov. 25 Nov. 26 Nov. 28 Dec. 2 Dec. 6 Dec. 9 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 21 Dec. 31 Jan. 4 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 27 Jan. 30 Feb. 6 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 27 March 1 March 6 March 10

OPPONENT Mount St. Mary’s ULM at VCU vs. San Diego vs. Houston vs. Nicholls State Arkansas Arizona Centenary at Utah Northern Colorado vs. UTEP vs. Gonzaga Md. Eastern Shore at Baylor Oklahoma State Missouri at Texas A&M at Texas Tech Iowa State at Nebraska Texas (9) Texas Tech at Oklahoma State at Colorado Kansas State (7) at Kansas (1) Baylor (24) at Texas Texas A&M (23) vs. Oklahoma State

GS

* *

*

MP 19 16 27 18 38 37 22 15 17 7 18 18 12 20 15 14 38 21 19 11 12 24

FG 8-9 2-5 2-10 2-2 8-17 5-7 1-7 0-3 3-5 0-1 2-5 0-3 2-4 2-7 2-6 1-4 3-9 0-5 0-5 0-2 1-2 2-6

3FG 4-5 2-5 2-10 1-1 6-14 4-5 1-7 0-2 1-3 0-1 2-5 0-3 1-3 1-6 0-3 1-3 2-8 0-5 0-3 0-1 1-2 1-4

FT 1-1 2-2 5-6 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 3-3 1-2 0-0 4-4

15 1 12 18 7 16 24 36

1-4 0-0 1-3 2-5 0-1 1-4 3-7 6-13

1-3 0-0 1-3 2-4 0-1 1-4 3-6 6-10

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

O-D-T 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 1-2-3 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-2-2 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-1-2 3-0-3 0-4-4 1-4-5 0-2-2 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-4-4 DNP 2-0-2 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1

PF 4 1 2 1 4 0 2 2 0 0 3 4 0 3 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 2

A 0 0 3 0 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

TO 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 3 0 2 1

B 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

S 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

TP 21 8 11 5 23 14 4 2 7 0 6 0 5 5 4 3 10 0 3 1 3 9

My Parents Were Right When They Told Me... “It’s your time.”

3 0 1 4 0 2 3 2

2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 3 2

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1

3 0 3 6 0 3 9 18

Favorite Pro Athlete Joe Johnson

Team I’d Add To The Schedule Old Dominion or Norfolk State Biggest Fear Not succeeding Player I Pretended to Be As A Kid Ray Allen What I Worked On In The Offseason My body Favorite TV Show “Martin” and “The Fresh Prince” Favorite Place To Eat In Norman My house I Wish I Was Better At... Rapping

My Autobiography Title Would Be... “Look at Me Now” One Thing I’d Change About Myself Make myself 6-10 and 240 pounds

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Favorite Spot On Campus The Union


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CARL BLAIR JR. XQUICKLY

A transfer from the University of New Orleans who is eligible to play at Oklahoma immediately due to UNO’s reclassification to NCAA Division III status ... Candidate to start at point guard ... A big-bodied guard who started all but one game as a freshman last year ... Made marked improvement during course of season and averaged 13.8 points and 4.6 assists over UNO’s last eight games ... Voted by OU teammates as squad’s smartest player on the court and most likely to become a college head coach. X2009-10 (FRESHMAN)

SOPHOMORE GUARD 6-2 t 209 Houston, Texas University of New Orleans XPERSONAL

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Birthplace Long Beach, Calif. Parents Rosemary and Carl Blair Major Undecided

X PERSONALITY PROFILE Nickname “Air Blair” Interests/Hobbies Fashion, music

Averaged 9.2 points, 4.4 rebounds and 3.7 assists in 31.0 minutes per game for an 8-22 University of New Orleans squad ... Played in all 30 games and made 29 starts ... Shot .395 from the field, .333 (23-for-69) from 3-point range and .819 (95-for-116) from the free throw line ... Averaged 10.6 points, 4.3 rebounds and 3.6 assists while shooting .425 from the field, .383 (18-for-47) from long distance and .833 (65-for-78) from the foul line in 18 Sun Belt Conference Games ... Averaged 13.8 points and 4.6 assists over final eight games while going 11-for-27 (.407) from 3-point range ... Recorded the second triple-double in school history with 13 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists in a Dec. 5 win over Houston Baptist ... Coached by Joe Pasternack.

14

XPREP SCHOOL

Averaged 13.2 points and 4.5 assists per game in 2008-09 at Bridgton Academy in North Bridgton, Maine ... Helped team to a 25-11 record and a New England Preparatory School Athletic Council championship ... Teammates included St. John’s guard Malik Stith and George Washington forward Dwayne Smith ... Coached by Whit Lesure. XHIGH SCHOOL

Favorite Food Chinese

Attended Provine High School in Jackson, Miss., as a senior ... Led squad to 2008 Class 5A state title his senior year ... Named MVP of state tournament ... Averaged 12.0 points, 10.0 assists and 7.0 rebounds as a senior ... An honor student ... Coached by Luther Riley.

Three Words That Describe Me Hoop or die

XMISCELLANEOUS

My Teammates Say I’m... A sore loser (doesn’t happen often)

Full name is Carl Edgar Blair Jr. ... Oldest of five children ... Competed in prep school against fellow OU sophomore Andrew Fitzgerald.

Favorite Movie “Willie Wonka & the Chocolate Factory” Favorite Sports Movie “The Sandlot” My Sports Hero Magic Johnson If I Won $1 Million, I Would... Help my family and invest Favorite Class At OU Geology Favorite Basketball Announcer Chick Hearn (RIP) Nobody Knows How Much I... Hate goodbyes

XBLAIR’S CAREER STATS (AT NEW ORLEANS)

My Autobiography Title Would Be... “Rose That Grew From Concrete”

Year

G-GS

MP-Avg.

FG-A Pct.

3G-A Pct.

FT-A Pct. Off-Def-Tot Avg. PF-D

A

TO

B

S

TP Avg.

2009-10

30-29 929-31.0 79-200 .395 23-69 .333 95-116 .819 22-110-132 4.4 62-1 112 100

1 28 276

9.2

Career

30-29 929-31.0 79-200 .395 23-69 .333 95-116 .819 22-110-132 4.4 62-1 112 100

1 28 276

9.2

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RYAN RANDOLPH XQUICKLY

22

A walk-on ... A three-sport star in high school who won three state titles in basketball and one in football as starting quarterback ... A standout student who is on academic scholarship. X2009-10 (FRESHMAN)

Redshirted. XHIGH SCHOOL

A first-team Class 4A all-state selection as a senior aat Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School ... Averaged 21.1 ppoints, 7.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game while shooting .5 .536 from the sophomore and field ... Helped team to state titles his freshman, sop junior seasons ... Captained the Fighting Irish to a state st runner-up finish as a senior ... A first-team all-state-tournamen all-state-tournament selection as a junior and senior ... Named to Little All-City first team and to Oklahoma Basketball Coaches Association all-star team te his senior all-tournament year ... Member of McGuinness Basketball Classic all team as a senior ... Selected for Chick-fil-A Basketball Basketba Classic (Tulsa, Okla.) all(Columbia, S.C.) and Tournament of Champions (Tuls tournament squads as a junior ... Coached by Tondrell Tondre Durham.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN GUARD 6-4 t 201 Oklahoma City, Okla. Bishop McGuinness Catholic HS XPERSONAL

XMISCELLANEOUS

Birthplace Norman, Okla. Parents Lory and John Randolph Major Business and Pre-Med

X PERSONALITY PROFILE Favorite Food Fogo de Chão restaurant food Favorite Beverage Root beer float My Teammates Say I Am... Quiet What I’m Most Proud Of My faith Meal I Prepare Most Often Scrambled eggs Favorite Activity As A Child Skiing Most Memorable Sports Moment Making ESPN’s Top 10 Plays Favorite Class At OU Accounting (with Wayne Thomas) Player I Pretended To Be As A Kid Reggie Miller Person I’d Hang Out With For A Day Alex Rodriguez Biggest Fear Quicksand Favrite Non-NBA Pro Team New York Yankees What I Worked On In The Offseason Dribbling

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Recorded a 4.0 GPA last year at OU ... Was AAU teammate team of fellow Sooner Kyle Hardrick (pair won 2008 national championship champ for Athletes First) ... Made No. 10 play on ESPN SportsCe SportsCenter’s Top 10 Plays on Dec. 12, 2008, for a driving reverse layup in high school game ... Quarterbacked Bishop McGuinness football team to a (won 25-3 combined record his junior (14-0) and senior seasons se state title as a junior and was runner-up as a senior) ... Also played varsity tennis his final two years in high school (finished (finis in third doubles and in place in state tournament as a senior at No. 2 double fourth place as a junior at No. 2 doubles)... Recorded a 4.14 high academic awards ... A school GPA (4.0 scale) and received multiple academ member of the 2009-10 OU President’s Leadership Class C and an OU Pepperdine and Honor Scholar ... Chose Oklahoma over Harvard, Pep San Francisco.


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ABDUL AHMED XQUICKLY

The tallest player on the roster ... The first English player in program history ... Has been playing basketball for just four years rs ... Ran a 5:36 mile in preseason conditioning. XPREP SCHOOL

Averaged 18.0 points, 12.0 rebounds and 2.4 blocked shots per game last year at Canarias Basketball Academy in the Canary Islands ... Coached by Rob Orellana. XHIGH SCHOOL

Attended Thomas Tallis Secondary School in London, England. XMISCELLANEOUS

FRESHMAN FORWARD/CENTER 6-10 t 210 London, England Canarias Academy (Canary Islands) XPERSONAL

THE PLAYERS

Birthplace Cardiff, Wales

Full name is AbdulSabour Ahmed ... Teammates and friends call him “Abdi” ... Is of Somali heritage ... Born in Cardiff, Wales, and moved to London, England, when he was 2 ... Has seven ven sisters and three brothers ... Began playing basketball at agee 16 after playing soccer his whole life ... Says he made the switch tch to basketball because he likes how every possession is competiompetitive ... Mentored in England by former North Carolina basketball player Steve Bucknall ... Says he became a fan of OU when Blake Griffin played for the Sooners.

Parents Fathiya Ali and Hussain Ahmed Major Undecided

X PERSONALITY PROFILE Three Words That Describe Me Competitive, cool, different Favorite Food My Aunt Suad’s lasagna My Best Non-Athletic Talent Singing Favorite Sports Movie “Above the Rim” I Don’t Know What I’d Do Without... My mother When I Have Free Time, I... Call home Favorite Elementary School Subject Geography Favorite Activity As A Child Swimming Favorite Non-NBA Sports Team FC Barcelona Meal I Prepare Most Often Egg-fried rice What I Worked On In The Offseason My strength If I Won $1 Million, I Would... Stack it Team I’d Add To The Schedule Washington

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CAMERON CLARK XQUICKLY

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The most decorated of OU’s 2010 recruits ... Garnered a top-40 individual national high school ranking by several recruiting services ... One of the team’s most athletic players ... Brings good size to the wing ... Lauded by head coach Jeff Capel in September for his work ethic in preseason workouts. X HIGH SCHOOL

A two-time Texas Association of Basketball Coaches first-team all-state selection and two-time District 9-4A most valuable player ... Ranked as nation’s No. 32 recruit by EESPN, No. 34 by Rivals.com and No. 39 by Scout.com ... Regarded aas country’s fifth-best small forward by Rivals.com and sixth-best bby ESPN and Scout.com ... Averaged 23.7 points, 9.0 rebounds, 3.3 3. assists and 1.7 steals as a senior to help Sherman to a 21-14 record rec and second straight 7.5 rebounds, 2.0 assists district title ... Averaged 21.0 points, 7. when Bearcats went 27-8 and and 1.6 steals per game as a junior wh regional quarterfinals ... Shot .460 advanced to state tournament’s region from the field, .360 from 3-point territory territo and .720 from the foul line ... Coached by Jeff McCullough. XMISCELLANEOUS

6-6 t 189 Sherman, Texas Sherman HS XPERSONAL Birthplace Phoenix, Ariz. Parents Felicia and Doug Jackson Major Undecided

X PERSONALITY PROFILE Favorite Food Pizza Least Favorite Food Peas My Best Non-Athletic Talent Rapping Three Words That Describe Me Dedicated, laidback, hard-working Favorite TV Show “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” I Don’t Know What I’d Do Without... My family Favorite Spot On Campus Campus Corner Favorite Sports Movie “He Got Game” If I Won $1 Million, I Would... Build a new church Favorite Class At OU Personal Health When I Have Free Time, I... Try to sleep Best Sports Talent Besides Basketball Football

What I Worked On In The Offseason Ball handling and defense

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Lived in Oklahoma for a short time as a child ... Nephew of former OU assistant football coach and current Mississippi State defensive coordinator Chris Wilson ... Also considered conside Arizona, Baylor, Kentucky, Oklahoma State and Texas.

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TYLER NEAL XQUICKLY

A versatile forward who played inside and outside in high school ... An excellent 3-point shooter for his size ... Is a good leaper who was voted by OU teammates as squad’s best dunker ... Also voted most likely to run for political office. XHIGH SCHOOL

FRESHMAN FORWARD 6-7 t 215 Oklahoma City, Okla. Putnam City West HS XPERSONAL

Earned Gatorade Oklahoma Player of the Year honors as a senior or for a Putnam City West squad that won a school-record 22 games mes ... Also named state player of the year by the Oklahoma Coaches es Association and The Oklahoman ... Helped lead Patriots to Classs 6A state tournament semifinals (first state tournament appearance ce since 1977) ... Averaged 18.2 points, 8.9 rebounds, 1.4 assists, 2.0 blocks and 2.0 steals per game his senior season ... Shot .557 from rom the field, .421 (45-for-107) from 3-point range and .785 (95-foror121) from the free throw line ... Also earned first-team all-statee honors as a junior. XMISCELLANEOUS

Youngest of three brothers ... Oldest brother, Drew, played basketketball at Olivet Nazarene University ... High school teammate Amric mric Fields signed with TCU.

THE PLAYERS

Birthplace Bethany, Okla. Parents Debbie and Don Neal Major Undecided

X PERSONALITY PROFILE Three Words That Describe Me Funny, outgoing, kind Favorite Food Mexican, chicken Alfredo Least Favorite Food Tuna Favorite Beverage Dr Pepper My Best Non-Athletic Talent Playing piano Meal I Prepare Most Often PB&J Game Show I Want To Appear On “Wipeout” Before Every Game, I... Put my right shoe on before my left What I Worked On In The Offseason Footspeed and ball handling Favorite Activity As A Child Shooting hoops with my brothers Favorite Class At OU Human Geography (so far) My Autobiography Title Would Be... “Faith in All Phases” What Motivates Me People saying I can’t do things

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A combo guard who scored in bunches in high school and prep school ... Boasts a strong build and extremely quick footwork ... Owns a 35-inch vertical leap (no step) ... Was consistent winner of the mile run in team’s preseason conditioning workouts (best time was 5:23). X PREP SCHOOL

Played the 2009-10 season at Evelyn Mack Academy in Charlotte, N.C. ... Averaged 26.1 points and 7.0 assists per game for the Wildcats ... Thrived at National Prep Showcase tournament in November by scoring 28 (11-for-13 shooting) and 37 points (13-for-20) against prep powers South Kent and The Winchendon School, respectively ... Coached by William Sperow. XHIGH SCHOOL

Played half of his junior season and all of his senior season at Strath Haven High School in Wallingford, Pa. ... Earned Class AAA first-team all-state honors as a senior when he led the Panthers to their first state playoffs appearance in nine years ... Averaged 29.4 points per game as a senior ... Scored more than 1,400 points over his year and a half at Strath Haven ... Coached by Steve Lewis ... Attended Ridley High School as a freshman and sophomore.

Full name is Calvin Darmont Newell Jr. ... Mother passed away from cancer in May 2010 ... Says he was also recruited by Connecticut, Florida, Miami (Fla.) and West Virginia ... Compares himself to Oklahoma City Thunder’s Russell Westbrook in terms of his ability to do many things on the court.

6-1 t 193 Philadelphia, Pa. Evelyn Mack Academy (N.C.) XPERSONAL Birthplace Philadelphia, Pa. Parents Calvin Newell and the late Louise Bailey Major Undecided

X PERSONALITY PROFILE Nickname “40 Cal” for my vertical Favorite Food Philly cheese steak Prized Possession One of my mom’s T-shirts Biggest Superstition I have to pray before I go anywhere Meal I Prepare For Myself Most Often Noodles Favorite Non-NBA Pro Team Philadelphia Eagles Favorite Elementary School Subject Math Biggest Fear Snakes Game Show I Want To Be On “Jeopardy” My Best Non-Athletic Talent Telling jokes Team I’d Add To The Schedule North Carolina What I Worked On In The Offseason Dribbling My Autobiography Title Would Be... “The Grind”

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T.J. TAYLOR XQUICKLY

A left-handed combo guard who had a standout high school career ... An all-around player who is solid in just about every facet of the game ... Possesses good size and likes to use his strength to his advantage ... Will post up on block if opportunity presents itself ... Sustained a concussion in early September and missed most of team’s preseason workouts. XHIGH SCHOOL

FRESHMAN GUARD 6-3 t 221 Denison, Texas Denison HS XPERSONAL

THE PLAYERS

Birthplace Sherman, Texas Parents Shelli Taylor and Terrance Lyday Major Undecided

X PERSONALITY PROFILE Hobbies/Interests Music and Facebook Favorite Food My mom’s and grandma’s cooking

A three-time Texas Association of Basketball Coaches all-state selection and a four-time all-region pick ... Finished career as Denison’s all-time leading scorer (2,630 points) ... Ranked No. 78 nationally in the 2010 recruiting class by ESPN and No. 104 by Rivals.com ... Regarded as the country’s 16th-best point guard by ESPN and the 28th-best shooting guard by Rivals.com and Scout. com ... Averaged 20.7 points, 7.4 rebounds and 4.4 assists as a senior in leading the Yellow Jackets to a 16-16 record ... Shot .478 from the field, .296 (45-for-152) from 3-point range and .742 (132-for-178) from the free throw line ... Named the District 9-4A Co-Offensive Player of the Year as a senior and won the award outright his sophomore and junior seasons ... Named MVP of the 2010 Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star Game (scored 18 points) ... Averaged 27.1 points, 6.1 rebounds and 3.7 assists as a junior when he led Denison to a 21-11 record and the Class 4A state tournament area final ... Career scoring high of 40 points came as a junior against Frisco’s Liberty High School ... Finished his four-year varsity career (112 games) with averages of 23.5 points, 7.8 rebounds and 5.8 assists ... Coached by Jody Bass his senior season and by Scott Curran prior to that. XMISCELLANEOUS

Full name is Terrance Brewyn Joray Taylor ... Sustained a broken ankle in June 2009 and missed summer AAU season prior to senior year of high school ... Roommate is Tyler Neal ... Also considered attending Arizona State, Marquette and Texas A&M.

Favorite Beverage Water Prized Possession My dad’s necklace Favorite TV Channel Cartoon Network Favorite Activity As A Child Playing Sega Favorite Movie “Fade to Black” (Jay-Z documentary) Favorite Sports Movie “He Got Game” What I Worked On In The Offseason Ball handling Favorite Pro Athlete Dwyane Wade My Sports Hero Michael Jordan Favorite Spot On Campus My dorm room My Autobiography Title Would Be... “From Nothing to Something”

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JEFF CAPEL

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klahoma caught college basketball insiders by surprise prise when it named then-31-year-old Jeff Capel its 13th men’s basketball etball head coach on April 11, 2006. Capel, who inherited a thin rosterr and a list of recruiting restrictions when he arrived at OU, has averaged ged more than 20 wins over his four seasons in Norman, has guided two teams to the NCAA Tournament (including one to the Elite Eight),), coached the program’s first consensus national player of the year and has had four Sooners picked in the NBA Draft. Following a four-year stint as head coach at Virginia Commonwealth, monwealth, Capel landed in Norman ready to launch the Oklahoma program rogram back into the national limelight. His swift rebuilding project has as netted him 82 wins, the second most of any OU coach in history after four years at the helm (Billy Tubbs recorded 84 in his first four seasons).

XHEAD COACH

Fifth Year at Oklahoma 82-51 Record (.617) Eighth Year Overall 161-92 Record (.636) 3 NCAA Tournaments (2004, ’08, ’09) 1 NIT Appearance (2005)

THE STAFF

1 Colonial Athletic Association Tournament Title (2004) XCOACHING HISTORY Old Dominion, assistant coach, 2001 VCU, assistant coach, 2002 VCU, head coach, 2003-06 USA, assistant coach, World University Games, summer 2005 (gold medal) USA, head coach, FIBA Americas U18 Championship, summer 2010 (gold medal) Oklahoma, head coach, 2007-

XEDUCATION South View High School (Hope Mills, N.C.), ’93 B.A. degree (history), Duke, ’97

XPLAYING HISTORY Four-year starter at Duke (1994-97) Started in 1994 national title game Two-year professional career in CBA and France

XFAMILY Wife: Kanika (married in 2003) Daughters: Cameron (born in April 2007) and Sydney (born in May 2009)

XBIRTHPLACE Fayetteville, N.C.

OU’s 2007-08 and 2008-09 campaigns were particularly impresmpressive. The Sooners posted a 23-12 record in 2007-08 (a seven-win ven-win improvement over the previous year) and advanced to thee second round of the NCAA Tournament. They followed with a 30-6 -6 mark and the program’s first Elite Eight showing since 2003. The 30-win -win season was the sixth ever for the school. Capel’s squad, led by national player of the year Blake Griffin, bolted to a 25-1 start and reached the No. 2 spot in the national rankings — OU’s highest perch in 19 seasons. The Sooners’ on-court success has been buoyed by Capel’s ability to attract top talent. The energetic mentor with Tobacco Road lineage has signed four McDonald’s All-Americans in his four years. OU had signed five such players in its history prior to his arrival. Capel’s Oklahoma teams have produced in the classroom as well. His first three squads recorded an average Academic Progress Rate figure of 971, well above the 934 national three-year average for men’s basketball teams. In his first four years, 12 of his OU players have graduated. Capel’s on-court success at Oklahoma should come as no surprise, based on his performance at VCU, where he recorded a 79-41 (.658) overall record and a 50-22 (.694) mark in Colonial Athletic Association play. His Rams boasted a 47-11 overall home record for a staunch .811 winning percentage. In 2003-04, VCU’s CAA Tournament championship game victory over George Mason catapulted the Rams to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1996. VCU lost in the first round to Wake Forest, but not before putting a major scare into Chris Paul’s fourth-seeded Demon Deacons, 79-78. Capel’s 2004-05 squad, which finished 19-13, competed in the NIT, marking just the third time in VCU history that it made consecutive postseason appearances. The Rams won at least 18 games each of Capel’s four seasons at VCU with the 2003-04 squad registering a Capel-era-best 23-8 record. His first team finished 18-10 in 2002-03 as Capel tied a school record for wins by a first-year head coach. In 2005-06, VCU finished 19-10 overall and 11-7 in league play. Capel has served two coaching stints with USA Basketball, each one resulting in a gold medal. This past July, as head coach, he directed the USA to a 5-0 record in the FIBA America’s U18 Championship in San Antonio, Texas. After winning its first four games by an average margin of 50 points, Capel’s squad posted an 81-78 come-frombehind win over Brazil in the title game. In August 2005, Capel served as an assistant coach on the USA Men’s World University Games Team that finished 8-0 in Turkey. Villanova’s Jay Wright was the head coach. The squad featured, among others, Midwest City (Okla.) High School and Duke University standout Shelden Williams. Capel began his coaching career as an assistant at Old Dominion University in 2000 before moving to VCU as an assistant for the

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2001-02 season. In 2002, he became the youngest NCAA Division I head coach at age 27. A four-year starter for Hall-of-Fame coach Mike Krzyzewski at Duke from the 1993-94 through 1996-97 campaigns, Capel earned Atlantic Coast Conference honors each of his seasons in Durham. The guard, who wore No. 5, averaged 12.4 points, 3.0 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.7 3-pointers during his career. He ranks 22nd in career scoring at Duke (1,601 points), 16th in minutes played (3,774), sixth in 3-pointers (220), seventh in 3-point attempts (553), seventh in 3-point field goal percentage (.398) and 11th in assists (433). Capel started 28 games as a freshman for a Duke squad that lost to Arkansas in the 1994 national championship game, 76-72. He led the Blue Devils in scoring as a junior (16.6 ppg) and helped Duke to a No. 8 final AP ranking as a senior. He averaged 26.5 points over Duke’s two NCAA Tournament games his final year, the same season he was named an Academic All-ACC selection. Responsible for one of the most memorable shots in college basketball history, Capel nailed a running, buzzer-beating 30-footer to force double-overtime against rival North Carolina in a 1995 home game. The contest ranked No. 1 on the list of 25 Greatest Moments in ESPN Basketball History and the play was nominated for an ESPY award. Following graduation in 1997, Capel played professionally for two years. He spent the 1997-98 season playing for the Continental Basketball Association’s Grand Rapids Hoops. In 1999-00, he played in France before returning to Grand Rapids. A standout prep performer, Capel was named the 1993 North Carolina High School Player of the Year after averaging 23.8 points, 5.1 rebounds and 7.7 assists for 31-1 state champion Fayetteville South View. He set school career records for points (2,066), rebounds (668) and assists (663). Capel boasts a strong basketball pedigree. His father, Jeff Capel Jr., was an eight-year Division I head coach at Old Dominion (seven years) and North Carolina A&T (one year), and currently serves as an assistant coach for the NBA’s Charlotte Bobcats franchise. Capel’s younger brother, Jason, was a four-year starter at North Carolina who averaged 12.1 points during the 1998-99 through 2001-02 seasons. Jason Capel helped the Tar Heels to the 2000 Final Four and is in his first year as head coach at Appalachian State. Capel, who graduated from Duke with a bachelor of arts degree in history, and his wife, Kanika, wed in 2003 and are the parents of daughters Cameron and Sydney.


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THE WORD ON CAPEL “Jeff Capel is one of the best young coaches in the game. He is smart, tough-minded, hard-working, and he has a great understanding of the game. Jeff has grown up with basketball in his blood, and he has a maturity level way beyond his years. I have admired Jeff since I first met him as a player, and my admiration for him has grown far more as a coach and leader.” — Jay Bilas, ESPN Basketball Analyst “It’s hard to recall a coach who has made a greater impact on a program in a shorter period of time. Coach Capel has proven himself to be one of the best recruiters in the game, and he has shown an impressive ability to develop and coach his talent. He hasn’t just built this program for short-term success. He is laying the foundation for Oklahoma to be one of the truly premier programs in America for a long time.” — Seth Davis, CBS Analyst and Sports Illustrated Writer

“My relationship with Coach Capel is what attracted me to OU and that relationship remained strong during my two years there. In fact, our friendship has continued and I talk to him almost as much now as I did when I was there. He does a great job relating to his players. He takes the time to really get to know each of them and deals with everyone in a different manner. As far as basketball, he’s a student of the game and isn’t stuck in his own ways. He’s always learning new things and I think that’s one of the reasons he’s so effective.” — Blake Griffin, Former National Player of the Year and No. 1 Pick in the 2009 NBA Draft Pick “Jeff Capel’s success is no surprise. He is the total package as a college basketball coach. He’s an excellent teacher, coach and motivator. Most importantly, Jeff is an outstanding role model for young student-athletes.” — Fran Fraschilla, ESPN Basketball Analyst

XPERSONALITY PROFILE Interests/Hobbies Music, movies, playing with my daughters, hanging with my family Favorite Food Macaroni and cheese Favorite Place To Eat My mom’s house

Draft pick Willie Warren

Best Advice My Parents Gave Me “What doesn’t kill you will only make you stronger.” Favorite Movie “Goodfellas,” “ Training Day” and “The Five Heartbeats” Favorite Sports Movie “Remember the Titans” Favorite NBA Team Lakers Player I Pretended To Be As A Kid Magic Johnson Nobody Knows How Much I... Want to host “Saturday Night Live” Favorite TV Show “Martin” Favorite College Class American History with Dean Wilson Most Impressive Person I’ve Met My grandfather, Felton Capel, Sr.

JEFF CAPEL’S YEAR-BY-YEAR HEAD COACHING RECORD Year

School

Overall W L

W

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Commonwealth Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma

18 23 19 19 16 23 30 13

10 8 13 10 15 12 6 18

12 14 13 11 6 9 13 4

6 4 5 7 10 7 3 12

161

92

82

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Total (8 years)

Conference L Place

2nd 1st 2nd 6th T7th T4th 2nd T9th

Conference Tournament

1-1 3-0 2-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 9-7

Postseason

NCAA (0-1) NIT (0-1)

Best Non-Athletic Talent Memorizing things People Wouldn’t Believe Me If I Told Them I... Could still play I Wish I Was Better At... Fixing things

NCAA (1-1) NCAA (3-1) 4-4

Favorite Music Artist Jay-Z Number of Songs on My iPod About 4,500

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THE STAFF

Favorite TV Channels ESPN, VH1 and Cartoon Network

X Capel and 2010 NBA


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CHOICE WORDS

THE STAFF

How members of the 2010-11 OU basketball team describe Jeff Capel in one word. “Inspirational” – Abdul Ahmed “Real” – Carl Blair “Capable” – Cameron Clark “Business” – Cade Davis “Leader” – Andrew Fitzgerald “Passionate” – T.J. Franklin “Blunt” – Kyle Hardrick “Winner” – Barry Honoré “Young” – Tyler Neal “Smooth” – Calvin Newell “Incredible” – Romero Osby “Passionate” – Steven Pledger “Resilient” – Ryan Randolph “Unpredictable” – T.J. Taylor “Real” – Nick Thompson “Dedicated” – C.J. Washington

X Jeff and Kanika Capel,

with daughters Cameron (right) and Sydney

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JEFF CAPEL JEFF CAPEL’S BASKETBALL TIMELINE

X At the age of 11, Jeff Capel was already gracing a major college media guide cover. Pictured standing on the right, he appeared on the front of the 1986-87 Wake Forest publication alongside first-team All-ACC guard Tyrone “Muggsy” Bogues. Capel’s dad was a Wake Forest assistant coach.

X A standout prep player at South View High School near Fayetteville, N.C., Capel was the 1993 North Carolina Player of the Year, averaging 23.8 points and 7.7 assists for the 31-1 state champion Tigers.

X A four-year starter at Duke, Capel is pictured above as a freshman in the 1994 national championship game against Arkansas. Capel ranks 22nd at Duke in career scoring (1,601 points), 16th in minutes played (3,744), sixth in 3-pointers (220), seventh in 3-point field goal percentage (.398) and 10th in assists (433).

THE STAFF

X Capel was introduced as the 13th head coach in OU history on April 11, 2006, during a media conference at the Oklahoma Memorial Union.

X Pictured with Villanova’s Jay Wright, Capel served as an assistant coach on the gold-medal-winning USA Men’s World University Games Team in Turkey in 2005.

X In his third season at OU, Capel coached the Sooners to a 30-6 record and all the way to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament. Oklahoma went 13-3 in the Big 12.

X At the age of 29 and in his second year as a collegiate head coach, Capel directed his VCU team to a near upset of No. 4 seed Wake Forest in the 2004 NCAA Tournament (it lost 79-78). Capel compiled a 79-41 (.658) record at VCU.

X As head coach, Capel directed the USA to a 5-0 record and a gold medal in the FIBA Americas U18 Championship in San Antonio, Texas, in August 2010. The U.S. beat Brazil in the title game, 81-78.

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BEN BETTS

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fter serving as the head coach at South Carolina State for three years, Ben Betts resigned his position in May 2006 to be reunited with Jeff Capel and is now in his fifth year as an Oklahoma assistant coach. An assistant under Capel at VCU during the 2002-03 season when the Rams went 18-10 overall and 12-6 in the Colonial Athletic Association, Betts, 42, guided his three South Carolina State teams to a combined 51-39 (.567) overall record and a 36-18 (.667) Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference mark.

XASSISTANT COACH Fifth Year at Oklahoma

XCOACHING HISTORY South Carolina State, assistant coach, 1991-97

THE STAFF

South Carolina State, interim head coach, February-October 1995 College of Charleston, assistant coach, 1998-2002 VCU, assistant coach, 2003 South Carolina State, head coach, 2004-06 Oklahoma, assistant coach, 2007-

XHEAD COACHING

ACHIEVEMENTS

51-39 (.567) record in three years 2003-04 MEAC regular season champions at South Carolina State

XEDUCATION Amherst County (Va.) High School, ’86 B.S. degree (physical education), Roanoke College, ’90 M.S. degree (rehabilitation counseling), South Carolina State, ’97

Betts, whose three SCSU squads all made conference tournament semifinals appearances, coached his first team to an 18-11 record and the 2004 MEAC regular season title. The Bulldogs posted a 19-12 record in 2004-05 and notched a 20-point win over Big Ten member Penn State and a 10-point victory over the ACC’s Miami (Fla.). They finished 14-16 in 2005-06. Prior to his one-year stint at VCU, Betts spent five seasons (1998-2002) as an assistant coach at College of Charleston under John Kresse where he helped the Cougars to a 119-31 (.793) record and a 64-16 (.800) conference mark. College of Charleston made NCAA Tournament appearances in 1998 and 1999 and won conference or division crowns each of his five years there. A win over third-ranked North Carolina highlighted a 1998-99 campaign that saw the Cougars go 28-3 overall and 16-0 in the Southern Conference. They finished the year ranked No. 16 in the AP poll. Before his College of Charleston term, Betts spent seven seasons (1991-97) as an assistant at South Carolina State under head coach Cy Alexander. Included was a stint as interim head coach in 1995 (February to October). During his initial tenure at SCSU, the Bulldogs posted five winning seasons, including a 22-8 record in 1995-96 when the squad tied for the MEAC regular season title, won the conference tournament and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. Betts, a Madison Heights, Va., native, graduated with a bachelor of science degree in physical education from Roanoke College in 1990. As a player, he was a four-year letterwinner at Roanoke and led the Maroons to the NCAA Division III playoffs in the 1986-87 season.

BETTS’ HEAD COACHING CAREER Year

School

Record

Conf. Tourney

2003-04* South Carolina State 2004-05 South Carolina State 2005-06 South Carolina State

18-11 19-12 14-16

Semifinals Semifinals Semifinals

Totals

51-39 (.567)

* Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference regular season champions

Betts earned a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling from South Carolina State in 1997.

XPLAYING HISTORY Four-year letterwinner as a guard at Roanoke College (1987-90)

XBIRTHPLACE Lynchburg, Va.

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BRYAN GOODMAN

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ryan Goodman, who served the past four years as Oklahoma’s director of basketball operations, was promoted to assistant coach in June 2010. Goodman, 38, has 10 years of experience as a collegiate assistant coach, six of them at the Division I level at Bucknell University. He helped the Bison to a 105-76 (.580) overall record during his tenure, including a 52-30 (.634) Patriot League mark. Bucknell posted combined 50-15 (.769) overall and 24-4 (.857) conference records in his final two years, advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament each season. In 2005, No. 14 seed Bucknell downed No. 3 seed Kansas, 64-63, inside Oklahoma City’s Ford Center. In March 2006, the ninthseeded Bison eliminated eighth-seeded Arkansas, 59-55, in Dallas. They finished the 2005-06 campaign with a 27-5 record and went 14-0 in Patriot League play. Goodman began his coaching career in the 1996-97 season at Barat College, his alma mater, in Lake Forest, Ill. After two seasons, he made the move to Susquehanna (Pa.) University, where he logged two more years as an assistant coach (1998-99 and 1999-00).

Born in Ankara, Turkey, and raised in Choctaw, Okla., Goodman and his wife, Amy, have three children — Grace, Reece and Clark — all born in January 2006.

Fifth Year at Oklahoma (first as assistant coach)

XCOACHING HISTORY Barat College, assistant coach, 1997-98 Susquehanna University, assistant coach, 1999-2000 Bucknell, assistant coach, 2001-06 Oklahoma, assistant coach, 2010-

XADDITIONAL WORK HISTORY Oklahoma, director of basketball operations, 2007-10

XEDUCATION Choctaw (Okla.) High School, ’91 Bryan and Amy X Goodman, with children Reece (left), Grace (middle) and Clark

B.S. degree (interdisciplinary social science), Barat College, ’96 M.A. degree (world history), DePaul, ’98

XPLAYING HISTORY Three-year letterwinner as a point guard at Barat College (1994-96)

XFAMILY Wife (Amy), daughter (Grace) and sons (Clark and Reece)

XBIRTHPLACE Ankara, Turkey

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Goodman graduated from Barat College in 1996 with a degree in interdisciplinary social science and earned a master’s degree in history from DePaul University in 1998. He lettered three times as a point guard at Barat and served as a team captain his final two seasons. He was an academic All-American as a senior.

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DIONNE PHELPS

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fter serving four seasons as Oklahoma’s video coordinator, Dionne Phelps was promoted to assistant coach in June 2010. No stranger to the role, the 44-year-old Phelps has 16 years of collegiate coaching experience on his résumé, all in the state of Texas. His most recent coaching stint occurred at Texas-San Antonio, where he worked with frontcourt players from the 2003-04 through 2005-06 campaigns. He helped UTSA to 2004 Southland Conference regular season and tournament titles, as well as an NCAA Tournament berth. He served as associate head coach his final year with the Roadrunners before joining the OU staff.

XASSISTANT COACH Fifth Year at Oklahoma (first as assistant coach)

XCOACHING HISTORY Texas Lutheran, assistant coach, 1990-93 and 1995-98 Baylor, assistant coach, 1999

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Texas State, assistant coach, 2000-03 Texas-San Antonio, assistant coach, 2004-06 Oklahoma, assistant coach, 2010-

XADDITIONAL WORK HISTORY Oklahoma, video coordinator, 2007-10

Prior to working at UTSA, Phelps spent four seasons as an assistant at Texas State (1999-00 through 2002-03), one at Baylor (1998-99) and eight at his alma mater, Texas Lutheran (1989-90 through 1992-93 and 1994-95 through 1997-98). At Texas Lutheran, Phelps helped the Bulldogs to a pair of Heartland Conference regular season championships. Phelps played collegiately at Texas Lutheran and was inducted into the Bulldog Athletic Hall of Honors in 2002 following a career that saw him earn 1988 Big State All-Conference and alldistrict accolades, as well as 1989 Heart of Texas All-Conference recognition. He graduated in 1989 with a bachelor of arts degree in physical education. A San Antonio native who is a 1985 graduate of Judson High School in Converse, Texas, Phelps also earned a master’s degree in education from Texas State in 1996. He and his wife, Lisa, have a daughter, Aaliyah, and a son, Garrison.

XEDUCATION Judson (Texas) High School, ’85 B.A. degree (physical education), Texas Lutheran, ’89 M.A. degree (education), Texas State, ’96

XPLAYING HISTORY Four-year letterwinner as a guard at Texas Lutheran (1994-96) Two-time all-conference selection

XFAMILY Wife (Lisa), daughter (Aaliyah) and son (Garrison)

XBIRTHPLACE Detroit, Mich.

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Dionne and Lisa Phelps, X with daughter Aaliyah and son Garrison


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DEREN BOYD

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eren Boyd, formerly an OU athletics administrator, returned to the athletics department as director of basketball operations in June after spending the last two years as project/ asset manager for an Oklahoma City-based oil and gas producer. Responsible for a wide array of administrative tasks, Boyd is the basketball program’s chief liaison to the athletics department’s compliance, development, licensing, marketing and promotions offices. He also assists with the academic progress of the team, organizes team travel and oversees the budget and summer camps. Boyd’s most recent OU position had been assistant athletics director for development during the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years. Among his duties were the coordination and oversight of the annual giving campaign and priority seating program, major gift identification and solicitation, the Varsity “O” Association, Sooner Caravans and individual sport booster clubs. He also held titles of director of athletics development (2005-06) and assistant director of athletics development (2003-05).

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12th Year at Oklahoma (first on men’s basketball staff)

Boyd’s first experience with the department was with the women’s basketball program. He worked under head coach Sherri Coale as the program’s administrative assistant (19982000) and also served as interim assistant coach (2000-01) and director of operations (2001-02). The Sooners advanced to the national championship game his final year with the program before he left to become director of marketing for Global Sports Marketing in Cary, N.C., for a year.

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A holder of two OU degrees, Boyd earned a bachelor’s in health and sport science in 1998 and a master’s in adult and higher education in 2006. He and his wife Monica are the parents of three sons: Breyden, Brody and Behr.

Oklahoma, women’s basketball director of operations, 2001-02

Oklahoma, women’s interim assistant coach, 2000-01

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Oklahoma, assistant director, athletics development, 2003-05 Oklahoma, director of athletics development, 2005-06

Deren and Monica X Boyd, with sons Behr (left), Breyden (middle) and Brody

Oklahoma, assistant athletics director, development, 2006-08 Oklahoma, men’s basketball director of operations, 2010-

XEDUCATION Bartlesville (Okla.) High School, ’93 B.S. degree (health and sport science), Oklahoma, ’98 M.A. degree (adult and higher education), Oklahoma, ’06

XFAMILY Wife (Monica), sons (Breyden, Brody and Behr)

XBIRTHPLACE Lincoln, Neb.

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Oklahoma, women’s basketball administrative assistant, 1998-00


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JOZSEF SZENDREI

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member of OU’s 2002 Final Four team who went on to play professionally in Europe following college, Jozsef Szendrei joined the Sooners’ staff as director of student-athlete development in June 2009. Szendrei, 31, was an OU center for the 2000-01 through 2002-03 seasons and returned to his alma mater after spending the previous two years at Texas Tech as an assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Red Raider football team. Texas Tech finished seventh in the Bowl Championship Series standings in 2008.

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Texas Tech University, assistant strength and conditioning coach (football), 2007-08 Oklahoma, assistant strength and conditioning coach, 2009-

XEDUCATION Tumwater (Wash.) High School, ’98 Associate’s degree (business administration), Northeastern (Colo.) Junior College, ’00 B.A. degree (international business), Oklahoma, ’03

Known for his work ethic and spirit while a player at Oklahoma, Szendrei was a member of OU teams that claimed Big 12 Tournament titles in 2001, 2002 and 2003. The transfer from Northeastern (Colo.) Junior College was granted a medical hardship in 2000-01 and averaged 1.4 points and 2.5 rebounds over the 2001-02 and 2002-03 seasons for OU squads that went a combined 58-12 and advanced to the NCAA Tournament’s Final Four and Elite Eight, respectively. After graduating from Oklahoma in 2003 with a bachelor of arts degree in international business (he minored in marketing), Szendrei continued his playing career for three years in Switzerland, Hungary and Spain. He returned to the U.S. to play for former OU assistant coach Bob Hoffman and the Arkansas Aeros of the American Basketball Association before entering the strength and conditioning field. Nicknamed “Yo-Yo,” Szendrei is a native of Szolnok, Hungary, and spent most of his childhood in Budapest. He came to the United States as an academic exchange student in August 1996 and attended Tumwater High School in Tumwater, Wash., for two years. He was a first-team all-state pick as a senior when he led his team to a 27-4 record. The 6-9 Szendrei earned an associate’s degree in business admin-

XPLAYING HISTORY Two-year letterwinner at Northeastern (Colo.) Junior College (1999-00) Two-year letterwinner as a center at Oklahoma (2002-03) Three-year professional career in Switzerland, Hungary and Spain Played during 2006-07 season for Arkansas Aeros of American Basketball Association

XFAMILY Wife (Natasha) and son (Jozsef Milan)

XBIRTHPLACE Szolnok, Magyarország, Hungary

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Jozsef and Natasha Szendrei, X with son Jozsef Milan

istration from Northeastern in 2000. As a sophomore, he claimed first-team All-Region 9 recognition after averaging 15.3 points and 14.5 rebounds per contest. Szendrei and his wife, Natasha, a former OU student athletics trainer (2000-04) who received her master’s in athletic training from the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center in 2008, welcomed their first child, Jozsef Milan, in February 2009.


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ALEX BROWN

DR. BROCK SCHNEBEL

RYAN KRUEGER

Athletics Trainer 24th Year at OU

Team Physician 15th Year at OU

Video Coordinator First Year at OU

ow in his 24th season as the Oklahoma men’s basketball trainer, Alex Brown is a key member of the Sooner staff. One of the most animated trainers in the business, Brown has used his care and knowledge of players’ needs to help reduce major injuries and treat players when injuries occur.

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rock Schnebel is in his 15th season working with the Oklahoma men’s basketball team and 11th as team physician. Certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, he practices at McBride Clinic in Oklahoma City and also with the University of Oklahoma Department of Orthopaedics Division of Sports Medicine.

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Brown also has responsibilities as the athletics trainer for the men’s and women’s golf teams at OU, and worked with the Sooner football program for seven years.

Highly experienced in the field of sports medicine, Schnebel served as the head physician for the 2000 United States Olympic Team in Sydney, Australia. He also served as the 1998 U.S. Goodwill Games team doctor and was on the medical staff for the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. Schnebel also traveled with USA Basketball’s Junior World Games Team (coached by former OU head coach Kelvin Sampson) to Greece in the summer of 1995.

Lehigh finished 22-11 last year and played No. 1 seed Kansas in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament in Oklahoma City.

A certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and the Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure advisory committee on athletics training, Brown has won several awards for his training abilities and has served on numerous advisory commissions on sports medicine. In 1997, the NATA presented him with the 25-Year Award. Interested in all sports, Brown has served as a member of the medical staff at two U.S. Olympic Festivals and as trainer for the basketball tryouts for the 1990 World University Games and Goodwill Games. He also spent three weeks as the trainer for the U.S. men’s basketball team which won the bronze medal in the 1991 Pan American Games in Havana, Cuba, and was the official trainer for the gold-medal U.S. team at the 1993 FIBA World Championships in Valladolid, Spain. In 1994, Brown traveled with the U.S. World Cup soccer team to Trinidad and Jamaica for two international matches. Brown, who hails from Durham, N.C., is a golf enthusiast and has six holes-in-one to his credit. The Appalachian State University alum earned a bachelor’s degree in 1979 and a master’s degree in 1980. He married his wife, Sheila, this past summer and has two daughters (Evelyn and Erica) and two stepdaughters (Erin and Mariah).

A native of Topeka, Kan., Schnebel was valedictorian at Alva (Okla.) High School and Northwestern Oklahoma State University. He earned graduate of distinction honors from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in 1981, where he was also a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. He completed his internship at the University of Oklahoma Department of Surgery and his residency at the University of Oklahoma Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Schnebel, who serves as orthopaedic consultant for each of OU’s varsity sports teams, is the author of numerous professional articles on sports medicine. He and his wife, Kelli, are the parents of three daughters (Jessica, Bailey and Addison) and a son (Chase).

Krueger, 32, boasts coaching experience on the high school, prep school, collegiate and professional levels. Included were stints as the head coach for the Maryland Greenhawks of the Premier Basketball League in the fall of 2009 and as an assistant coach for the New Jersey Nets during the 2005-06 and 2006-07 seasons. With the Nets, Krueger helped prepare the team’s game plans throughout the regular and postseason, worked with the perimeter players on their individual skill sets, was responsible for determining opponents’ in-game play calls and oversaw the video staff. In 2005-06, the Nets won the NBA’s Atlantic Division with a 49-33 record. Krueger’s tenure with the Nets began in 2003 when he was named assistant video coordinator. He was promoted to head video coordinator less than a year later and served in that capacity until joining the coaching staff. Krueger also served as the video coordinator for the Rutgers men’s basketball program during the 2007-08 season. Krueger is well acquainted with OU head coach Capel, as the former served as a graduate assistant coach at VCU during the 2002-03 season -- Capel’s first year as head coach at the school. Also on Krueger’s résumé are stints as an assistant postgraduate basketball coach at Maine Central Institute from 2000 to 2002 and as the athletic director at Bell High School and Lincoln Middle School in Washington, D.C., during the 2008-09 school year. Krueger, who has also served as the individual skills trainer for former Net and current San Antonio Spur Richard Jefferson each summer since 2004, earned his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Lehigh in 2000 and a master’s in sport leadership from VCU in 2007. He is single and lives in Norman.

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Prior to his arrival in Norman, Brown served as head athletics trainer at East Central University in Ada. He also taught classes and was the head golf and assistant track coach.

ne of the newest members of the Oklahoma basketball staff is Ryan Krueger, the program’s video coordinator. Krueger came to OU in July from Lehigh University, where he served as an assistant coach last year for the Patriot League regular season and tournament champion.


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JON DENIO

MIKE HOUCK

RENEE FORNEY

Equipment Director Seventh Year at OU

Communications Director 16th Year at OU

Coach Capel’s Administrative Assistant 17th Year at OU

esponsible for coordinating publicity for the Oklahoma men’s basketball team, Mike Houck is in his 16th year at OU –– all as the basketball program’s communications director. He is also in his 10th season as the team’s radio color analyst for the Sooner Sports Network.

key member of the Sooner basketball program, Renee Forney begins her 17th year with the Sooners and her 14th as the head coach’s administrative assistant.

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n his seventh year at Oklahoma and fifth with the men’s basketball program is equipment director Jon Denio. Denio also assists with the operation of Lloyd Noble Center and is the building’s liaison with the men’s and women’s basketball teams. Denio, who oversees all ordering, issuing, inventory and maintenance of athletics equipment for the OU men’s basketball and men’s and women’s tennis teams, also supervises the men’s basketball student managers. Additionally, he is a member of the Nike Basketball Footwear Advisory Board, a shoe testing program. The 30-year-old Denio started at OU in 2004 as a graduate assistant equipment manager. Among his duties working with the OU football team were assisting in bowl gift and award purchasing, issuance and team equipment travel for the 2005 Orange and 2005 Holiday Bowls. He also worked with the softball and wrestling programs. Prior to his arrival in Norman, Denio worked two seasons as an assistant equipment manager for the Washington Redskins, in charge of on-field setup and maintenance, and player footwear. He also spent four years as a student equipment manager working with the football team at the University of Missouri. Denio spent the 1999 and 2000 summers as a college intern with the New York Jets equipment department and was responsible for setting up practice, prepping for travel and handling laundry. Denio, who is from Mexico, Mo., earned a degree from Missouri in personal finance in 2002. He and his wife, Brooke, who married this past May, reside in Norman.

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Houck began working with OU men’s basketball as an intern during the 1995-96 season under former head coach Kelvin Sampson. In July 1996, Houck was promoted to assistant director of media relations. He received another promotion to associate director status in July 2000. In addition to his role as the men’s basketball contact, Houck has worked with the sports of football, men’s and women’s golf, women’s soccer, softball and men’s and women’s gymnastics during his OU tenure. He has served as the local media coordinator for the Women’s College World Series, played at Oklahoma City’s ASA Hall of Fame Stadium, each of the last 12 years and 13 of the last 15. Additionally, Houck served as the athletics department’s contact for SoonerSports.com, OU’s official athletics website, for four years. In the summer of 2001, he was the inaugural recipient of the Will Hancock Award, a national honor for excellence in official athletics website management and direction. The award was presented by FANSonly (now CBS College Sports) in memory of late Oklahoma State University men’s basketball media relations contact Will Hancock. The 38-year-old Houck, from West Bend, Wis., earned a bachelor of arts degree in journalism (public relations and advertising) from the University of WisconsinMadison in 1994. He and his wife, Tara, married in 2007 and live in Norman.

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Forney manages the daily operations of the basketball office and is in charge of all correspondence, communications, travel arrangements, speaking engagements and special projects for Coach Jeff Capel. She also coordinates travel arrangements for assistant coaches, lodging for prospects and recruiting activities. Forney, who is heavily involved with Capel’s summer basketball camps, also helps prepare practice plans and scouting reports during the season. Additionally, Forney helps coordinate all OU Tip In Club fundraising events, including the organization’s annual golf tournament, preseason team meet-and-greet and postseason banquet. A native of Beach, N.D., Forney and her husband, Jim, who have been OU Tip In Club members and season ticket holders since 1981, have a son (Ben, an OU graduate), a daughter (Jenna, an OU student) and two granddaughters (Courtney and Elizabeth, both born to Jenna and her husband, Lance).


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AMY MILLER

C.B. ELDER

DAN CAVANAUGH

Office Secretary Third Year at OU

Academic Advisor 17th Year at OU

Director of Athletics Broadcasting 10th Year at OU

tarting his 17th year as academic counselor for the OU athletics department, C.B. Elder advises student-athletes and assists them in developing a strategy for academic success and progress toward graduation.

ow in his 10th year as director of athletics broadcasting at Oklahoma, Dan Cavanaugh is responsible for the production of the weekly “Sooner Hoops with Jeff Capel” television show, along with “Sooner Football with Bob Stoops” and “Sooner Sports Weekly.” He also coordinates SoonerSports. com’s live webcasting schedule throughout the year.

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n her eighth year working for the men’s basketball program and third as a full-time staff member, Amy Miller has a wide variety of responsibilities as office secretary.

A native of Edmond, Okla., Miller attended Edmond Memorial High School before graduating from the University of Oklahoma in May 2008. A member of Delta Delta Delta sorority, she earned a bachelor’s degree in fine arts while also working as a men’s basketball office student assistant for five years. Miller is working toward a master’s degree in intercollegiate athletics administration and enjoys running, painting and playing with her dog, Bosworth, in her spare time.

Elder, who works with student-athletes in the sports of men’s basketball, baseball, men’s golf and men’s track and field and cross country, is an active member of the National Academic Advising Association and the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics. Elder previously served as an academic counselor at OU’s University College from 1989-94. He was also director of housing at Texas Wesleyan College from 1985-88 and coordinator of OU’s intramural sports from 1979-84. A native of Farmington, Mo., Elder received a bachelor’s degree from Missouri in 1977 before earning a master’s degree in education from OU in 1985. He is married to his wife, Lina.

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Cavanaugh and the SoonerVision staff — winner of the 2010 Golden Matrix Award for best video board display presentation in the nation — work through the OU athletics department to support all venues and sports. SoonerVision is responsible for video production of all 21 of OU’s athletics teams, including the video boards at Lloyd Noble Center, Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, L. Dale Mitchell Park and Marita Hynes Field. During his tenure, Cavanaugh has captured through his television camera lens some of OU’s most memorable moments over the last decade. Included were three BCS championship games in football and the men’s basketball team’s run to the 2002 Final Four. Cavanaugh worked for 12 years in television and radio in his native Kansas City, Mo., and in Columbia, Mo. He covered sports on the high school, college and professional levels. A 1990 Missouri graduate who earned a bachelor of arts degree in communications – radio, television and film, Cavanaugh and his wife of 14 years, Lisa, live in south Oklahoma City with their dog, Charlie.

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Miller’s chief duties include handling all correspondence and communications for the assistant coaching staff. She also prepares staff travel expense reports and assists with summer camp activities, special events and community projects — including the popular Sooner Mentoring Program.

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DEREK LANAHAN

MICHAEL NEAL

JOHN CRIST

MATT WOODSON

Graduate Manager

Graduate Manager

Student Manager

Student Manager

JOSH KEIFFER

JUSTIN MATHIS

CIARA JOHNSON

Student Manager

Student Manager

Student Trainer

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GREG TIPTON Assistant Athletics Director/General Manager

KEVIN McINTYRE Associate General Manager

LOIDA HAFFENERSALMOND Director of Events

JEFF HONEYCUTT Mechanical Operations Assistant

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JON DENIO Operations Assistant

DALE TAYLOR Director of Technical Services

JULIE PARKER Administrative Coordinator

TOBY FARRIMOND Technical Services Assistant

RON HARRIS Director of Mechanical Operations

JOSEPH HUGHES Graduate Assistant

ERIC WINN Mechanical Operations Assistant


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DAVID L. BOREN UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT 17th Year at OU

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avid L. Boren, who has served Oklahoma as governor and U.S. senator, became the thirteenth president of the University of Oklahoma in November 1994. He is the first person in state history to have served in all three positions. Boren is widely respected for his academic credentials, his longtime support of education, and for his distinguished political career as a reformer of the American political system. A graduate of Yale University in 1963, Boren majored in American history, graduated in the top one percent of his class and was elected Phi Beta Kappa. He was selected as a Rhodes Scholar and earned a master’s degree in politics, philosophy and economics from Oxford University, England, in 1965.

In 1968, he received a law degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Law, where he was on the Law Review, elected to the Order of the Coif, and won the Bledsoe Prize as the outstanding graduate by a vote of the faculty.

One of Boren’s most far-reaching projects in promoting quality education at all levels is the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence, which he founded in 1985. The foundation recognizes outstanding public school students and teachers and helps establish private local foundations to help give academic endowment grants to local public schools. As a senator, he was the author of the National Security Education Act in 1992, which provides scholarships for study abroad and for learning additional languages, as well as legislation to restore the tax deductibility of gifts of appreciated property to universities in 1993. Boren, also a former state legislator, spent nearly three decades in elective politics before becoming the president of the University of Oklahoma. Boren was the youngest governor in the nation when he served from 1974 to 1978. Known as a reformer, Boren campaigned with a broom as his symbol. During his term, he instituted many progressive programs, including conflict-of-interest rules, campaign-financing disclosure, stronger open meeting laws for public bodies, more competitive bidding on state government contracts, and reform of the state’s prison system, including expanded education programs for first-time offenders and the largest expansion of the work-release program in state history.

Under Boren’s leadership, the University of Oklahoma has developed and emerged as a “pacesetter university in American public higher education,” with 20 major new programs initiated since his inauguration. They include establishment of the Joe C. and Carole Kerr McClendon Honors College, the Charles M. Russell Center for the Study of Art of the American West, a new expository writing program for freshmen modeled on the program at Harvard, an interdisciplinary religious studies program, the Artist-in-Residence Program, the International Programs Center, and the Faculty-in-Residence Program putting faculty family apartments in student residence halls. The Retired Professors Program has been started, bringing 50 retired full professors back to the University to teach freshmen. The number of new facilities started or completed on the campus during the Boren years has matched the explosion in new programs. Since 1994, almost $1.9 billion in construction projects have been completed or are under way on OU’s three campuses. Among the largest of the recent projects are the $67 million National Weather Center on OU’s Norman campus, the $90 million OU Cancer Institute on OU’s Health Sciences Center campus in Oklahoma City and the $35 million OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center Clinic. Presidential Travel Scholarships, students from 111 countries on campus, more reciprocal international exchange agreements than any other university and the new International Programs Center are all making OU more international. The new Honors College helps to assure that no students need to leave Oklahoma to find an educational experience to match their potential. In 1995, Boren launched the “Reach for Excellence” fundraising campaign with a five-year goal of $200 million, which was twice as large as any fundraising drive in Oklahoma history. The drive exceeded $500 million, raising OU into the top 15 public universities in the United States in private endowment per capita. Since 1994, endowed professorships have increased from 100 to 557 and the OU donor base has grown from 18,000 to more than 125,000 friends and alumni. Above all, the Boren years have been marked by an emphasis on putting students first. No university president in the country is more committed to students as his number one priority. He teaches a freshman-level course in political science each semester and is one of the few presidents of major universities to teach. Boren is married to Molly Shi Boren, a former judge and English teacher. Mrs. Boren is President Emeritus of the Oklahoma Arts Institute, which provides education programs in nine arts disciplines for high school students from across the state who are gifted in the arts. She has two degrees from the OU, a master’s degree in English and a Juris Doctorate from the OU College of Law. A native of Seminole, Boren has two children, Carrie Christine Boren, an Episcopal minister, and David Daniel Boren, a member of the United States Congress from Oklahoma. Devoting much of his life to public service, Boren drew from the example of his parents, the late Congressman Lyle H. Boren and Christine Boren.

During his time in the U.S. Senate from 1979 to 1994, Boren served on the Senate Finance and Agriculture Committees and was the longest-serving chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. From his days as a state legislator and governor of Oklahoma to Washington, Boren carried a commitment to reform, leading numerous efforts to make government work better for American citizens. As chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, he strengthened oversight of secret government programs and reformed the procedures for Presidential notice of such programs to Congress. For more than 10 years, he led the fight for congressional campaign finance reform and for legislation discouraging administration and congressional staff from cashing in on government experience and contacts by becoming lobbyists. In addition, he introduced legislation seeking to limit gifts and travel subsidies that government workers, including members of Congress, can receive from lobbyists. Boren also chaired the special 1992-93 Joint Committee on the Organization of Congress, which produced proposals to make Congress more efficient and responsive by streamlining congressional bureaucracy, reducing staff sizes and reforming procedures to end legislative gridlock. Boren left the U.S. Senate in 1994 with an approval rating of 9l percent after being reelected with 83 percent of the vote in 1990, the highest percentage in the nation in a U.S. Senate contest in that election year. Boren served from 1988 to 1997 as a member of the Yale University Board of Trustees. His

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As Oklahoma’s governor from 1974 through 1978, Boren promoted key educational initiatives that have had an enduring impact on Oklahoma. Established during his tenure were the Oklahoma Arts Institute, the Scholar-Leadership Enrichment Program, and the Oklahoma Physicians Manpower Training Program, which provides scholarships for medical students and medical personnel who commit to practice in underserved rural areas. Also, the first state funding for Gifted and Talented classes was provided in 1976.

university experience also includes four years on the faculty of Oklahoma Baptist University, where he was chairman of the Department of Political Science and chairman of the Division of Social Sciences. In 1993, the American Association of University Professors presented Boren with the Henry Yost Award as Education Advocate of the Year.


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JOE CASTIGLIONE VICE PRESIDENT FOR INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS PROGRAMS AND DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

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rinciple-Centered Leader …Visionary ... Passionate Advocate for Student-Athletes ... Establishes Standards of Excellence & Cultural Values ... Builder of Championship Programs. Excellence is a word that is often overused yet, when The University of Oklahoma is mentioned with the word excellence, the meaning comes through. From one of the best universities in the nation to a department of intercollegiate athletics that is second to none, excellence is the norm. As successful at the last 10 years have been, on campus and in competition, a new standard has been set and leading that effort is Joe Castiglione, the Sooner AD since 1998.

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Castiglione’s Sooner team has created a place where competitive dreams come true and academic goals are the expectations, not the exceptions. Through his leadership and the support of the University’s administration, there is a department-wide commitment, involving student-athletes, coaches and staff, to that standard. With the support of OU President David L. Boren and OU’s seven-member Board of Regents and Castiglione’s leadership, the OU athletics department represents a climate that creates lofty goals, high standards and a commitment to ethical behavior that is second to none. For Castiglione, though, it’s not just about the championships and trophies. The victories that he celebrates with his Sooners include graduation rates that continue to climb, recordsetting grade point averages and academic honors. The true measure of achievement for Castiglione and, by extension, the department’s coaches and staff, is measured in the success of the student-athletes in relation to the department’s mission statement “Inspiring champions today … Preparing leaders for tomorrow.”

In recognition of the performance of OU’s teams on the field and in the classroom, of the fiscal stability created during his tenure, the dramatic increases in donor giving, facility construction and renovations, and the cutting-edge programs that the department has begun during his tenure, Castiglione was named National Athletic Director of the Year in May 2009 by the Sports Business Journal. That award was one of several earned by Castiglione and the department. The 2007 PRISM Award winner, presented by the School of Sports Management at the University of Massachusetts, OU was just the second Division I winner and all of the programs recognized by the selection panel were started under Castiglione’s leadership with the full support of university administration. His peers have honored him for the department’s achievements as well. In October 2004, the Bobby Dodd Foundation named him Athletics Director of the Year. In 2003, he was inducted into the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators Hall of Fame. In June 2001, he received the General Robert R. Neyland Athletic Director Award for lifetime achievement from the All-American Football Foundation. The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) named him Central Region AD of the Year in 2000. The achievement that may bring him the most pride, though, came in May 2007 when he completed his master’s of education degree from OU. To understand the need for education and lifelong learning, OU’s student-athletes just have to look at their AD who started and completed his master’s degree while running the department and maintaining his priorities to his family. He quickly put his experience to use as an adjunct professor in the College of Education, teaching graduate classes in Marketing Development and Leadership in Higher Education. Castiglione was instrumental in the athletics department’s major campaign, Great Expectations: The Campaign For Sooner Sports. The campaign ended in November of 2003 with more than $125 million raised. The figure has grown to more than $220 million since then as funds continue to be raised for facility improvements and scholarship endowments. The largest fund-raising effort in OU athletics history includes projects that impact each of OU’s nearly 500 student-athletes and has become a national model for intercollegiate athletics. Hired on April 30, 1998, Castiglione joined the Sooner family after serving as athletics director at Missouri. In his 17-year career with the Tigers, Castiglione, who was named director of athletics at Missouri on Dec. 15, 1993, was credited with rebuilding sports pro-

Since arriving at OU in 1998 after an outstanding administrative career at Missouri, Castiglione has seen the Sooners finish in the top 30 of the Learfield Director’s Cup in 10 of the last 12 years. OU finished 12th after the 2009-10 academic year, a position that marked an all-time best performance in the annual ranking of programs that succeed across the board. Through his insistence that daily and long-term decisions be made in a financially responsible manner, the department has closed the books in the black in each of the last 12 years. His understanding of how the department fits into the University’s academic mission led to a decision in June 2009 to increase the direct support provided by the department on an annual basis to $4 million dollars. Through direct and indirect support, OU Athletics, under Castiglione’s leadership, provides more than $7 million annually to OU’s Academics Budget. The 11th director of athletics in University of Oklahoma history, Castiglione is quick to give full credit to the student-athletes and coaches, the staff, OU President David L. Boren, the OU Board of Regents, the donors and the fans for the success experienced during his tenure. It was that commitment to a team approach emphasis that was one of the many qualities that that the search committee recognized when they recommended Castiglione to university administration in 1998. X Joe and Kristen Castiglione, with sons Jonathan (left) and Joseph

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JOE CASTIGLIONE CONNIE DILLON Faculty Athletics Representative

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s faculty athletics representative for the University of Oklahoma, Connie Dillon supports the department’s commitment to student-athletes and its role in shaping Big 12 and NCAA policies, having served on the Athletics Council for many years. Dillon, a professor and director of the Research Center for Continuing Professional and Higher Education at the University of Oklahoma since July 1998, was named to the position of faculty athletics representative in the summer of 2005 following the retirement of long-time representative Dan Gibbens. Dillon, whose career at OU began initially in 1977, received her master’s degree in public administration from OU in 1975 and earned her Ph.D. in educational technology from OU in 1980. She has worked for the Congressional Research Service of the Library of Congress, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and has held academic positions at Montana State University and the University of Oklahoma. She also served as the director of media services and telecommunications at Cameron University.

As faculty athletics representative, Dillon has served on the NCAA Division I Management Council and Governance Committee. She currently represents the Big 12 Conference on the Division I Championships/Sports Management Cabinet and serves as Chair of the Big 12 Conference Academic Performance Task Force.

grams, hiring outstanding coaches, implementing an innovative master plan for facilities, inspiring record-setting increases in fund-raising and balancing the budget in each of his five years as athletics director.

Dillon is a well-published author in the field of distance learning and received the Elizabeth Powell Award for excellence in research in educational telecommunications. She has served on a number of scholarly juries, panels, and professional committees A native Oklahoman, she and her husband, Dave, have one daughter, Jenny, age 22.

A 1979 Maryland graduate, Castiglione received the University’s Distinguished Alumnus Award in April 2007. He began his career as the sports promotions director at Rice. He then worked a year as director of athletic fund-raising at Georgetown before being hired in 1981 at Missouri as director of communications and marketing. His commitment to the success of student-athletes has gone beyond the Norman campus and he has served at national and conference level. He chairs the NCAA’s Football Academic Progress Rate (APR) Working Group and is currently serving on the Gatorade Collegiate Advisory Board and the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame Board of Directors. He served two previous terms and is the current chair of the Big 12 Board of Athletics Directors and is a past president of both the Division I-A Athletic Directors Association and NACDA. He served a four-year term on the NCAA Championship/ Competition Cabinet and the NCAA Baseball Committee and is a past member of the NCAA Football Special Events Certification Committee. He recently served on the NCAA Diversity Leadership Strategic Planning Committee and the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Discussion Group. A member of the Phi Delta Theta Foundation Board of Trustees, he is a highly requested speaker at annual conventions and continuing education institutes. His involvement in the local community has led to service with civic clubs, churches and charities, including the United Way of Norman. Castiglione served his third term as OU’s campus co-chair this past year, which resulted in the highest recorded contributions ever by faculty, staff and students to the United Way of Norman’s annual campaign. A native of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Castiglione is married to the former Kristen Bartel, a 1990 graduate of the University of Missouri. They are the parents of two sons, Joseph Robert, Jr. and Jonathan Edmund.

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Since returning to OU in 1988, Dillon has served as chair of both the Norman campus Faculty Senate and the OU Athletics Council. She served in the Faculty Senate for eight years and has been a member of the Athletics Council and NCAA certification committees since 1992. She has received the UOSA Outstanding Professor Award and served on many search committees for academic and athletic appointments.


OKLAHOMA

ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION

LARRY NAIFEH Executive Associate AD

DR. GERALD GURNEY JASON LEONARD Senior Associate AD Executive Director of (Academics/Student Life) Compliance

BILLY RAY JOHNSON Associate AD (Ticket Operations)

LUTHER LEE Assistant AD (Business)

THE STAFF

MATT ROBERTS Assistant AD (Development)

DR. BRANDON MARTIN KENNY MOSSMAN Senior Associate AD Senior Associate AD (Communications) (Administration)

GREG PHILLIPS Senior Associate AD (Chief Financial Officer)

DR. NICKI MOORE Senior Associate AD/SWA

CHARLIE TAYLOR Assistant AD (Marketing)

LINDY ROBERTS Assistant AD/Event Managament

JOE WASHINGTON Special Assistant to the Athletics Director/ Executive Director of Varsity O Association

GREG TIPTON Assistant AD/General Manager of Lloyd Noble Center

HEAD COACHES

SUNNY GOLLOWAY Baseball

JEFF CAPEL Men’s Basketball

SHERRI COALE Women’s Basketball

MARTIN SMITH Cross Country/Track

BOB STOOPS Football

RYAN HYBL Men’s Golf

VERONIQUE DROUIN Women’s Golf

MARK WILLIAMS Men’s Gymnastics

K.J. KINDLER Women’s Gymnastics

LEEANNE CRAIN Women’s Rowing

NICOLE NELSON Women’s Soccer

PATTY GASSO Softball

JOHN RODDICK Men’s Tennis

DAVID MULLINS Women’s Tennis

SANTIAGO RESTREPO Women’s Volleyball

JACK SPATES Wrestling

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Guard Steven Pledger

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OKLAHOMA

OPPONENT CAPSULES COPPIN STATE

NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL

XFriday, Nov. 12 ‡ 7 p.m. CST ‡ Norman

XMonday, Nov. 15 ‡ 7 p.m. CST ‡ Norman ‡ Sooner Sports Network

THE OPPONENTS

XRon “Fang” Mitchell

XLeVelle Moton

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

Location: Baltimore, Md. Enrollment: 3,875 Nickname: Eagles Founded: 1900 Colors: Royal Blue and Gold Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic Arena: Physical Education Complex (4,100) President: Dr. Reginald S. Avery Athletics Director: Derrick Ramsey

Series Standing: Oklahoma leads 13-0 Last Meeting: OU won 93-62 on Jan. 3, 2009, in Norman

Location: Durham, N.C. Enrollment: 8,575 Nickname: Eagles Founded: 1910 Colors: Maroon and Gray Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic (eligible 2011-12) Arena: McDougald-McLendon Gym (3,056) Chancellor: Charlie Nelms Athletics Director: Ingrid Wicker-McCree

Series Standing: First meeting

XCOACHING STAFF

XMEDIA CONTACTS

Head Coach: LeVelle Moton Alma Mater: North Carolina Central ’96 Record at School: 7-22 (1 year) Career Record: Same Basketball Phone: (919) 530-7057 Assistants: Ray Martin (Notre Dame ’77), Robert Brickey (Duke), John Moseley (East Carolina ’98)

Beat Writer: Joe Johnson Durham Herald-Sun jjohnson@heraldsun.com Radio Play-by-Play: Chris Hooks (919) 530-6017 whooks@nccu.edu

XCOACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Ron “Fang” Mitchell Alma Mater: Edison State ’84 Record at School: 379-343 (24 years) Career Record: Same Basketball Phone: (410) 951-3735 Assistants: Keith Johnson (Cheney ’83), Larry Tucker (Coppin State ’02), Jay Dull (Iowa ’80)

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Basketball SID: Roger McAfee Office Phone: (410) 951-3729 Cell Phone: (443) 841-4693 E-Mail: rmcafee@coppin.edu Press Row Phone: (410) 951-4269 Website: www.coppinstatesports.com XMEDIA CONTACT

Beat Writer: Ken Murray Baltimore Sun (410) 332-6200 ken.murray@baltsun.com

XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 7-22 MEAC Record/Finish: 6-10/T8th Postseason: None Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/8 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1

Preseason Roster Pos. Ht. F 6-8 F 6-6 G 5-11 G 6-0 G 6-4 G 6-4 C 6-8 F 6-5 F 6-9 G 6-6 F 6-7 G 6-6

Basketball SID: Chris Hooks Office Phone: (919) 530-6017 Cell Phone: (919) 810-7988 E-Mail: whooks@nccu.edu Office Fax: (919) 530-5426 Press Row Phone: (919) 796-1696 Website: www.nccueaglepride.com

XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 8-22 MEAC Record/Finish: 3-13/11th Postseason: None Final Ranking: Not ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 4/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

Player Branden Doughty Akeem Ellis Tony Gallo Vince Goldsberry Michael Harper Collin Johnson Ceslovas Kucinskas Michael Murray Osman Olol Mike Simpson Logan Wiens Antonio Williams

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Preseason Roster Wt. 220 210 190 175 195 205 245 210 210 185 225 230

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Hometown Upper Marlboro, Md. Brooklyn, N.Y. Lynn, Mass. Newark, Del. Milwaukee, Wis. Sicklerville, N.J. Silute, Lithuania Brooklyn, N.Y. Toronto, Ontario Sicklerville, N.J. Merced, Calif. Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

Player Tramar Beaman David Best Emanuel Chapman Nick Chasten Landon Clement Marvin Fitzgerald Michael Glasker Marcus Graham Tim Hobbs Jeremy Ingram Justin Leemow Dijon Manns Jonathan Nicely Tracy O’Neal Dwayne Sims P.J. Taylor C.J. Wilkerson Mike Wynn, Jr.

Pos. Ht. G 6-1 F 6-8 G 6-1 F 6-7 G 6-2 F 6-5 G 5-7 G/F 6-5 G/F 6-6 G 6-3 G 6-1 F 6-8 G 6-4 F 6-8 G 6-6 G 6-0 G 6-3 G 5-11

Wt. 180 250 160 216 180 215 155 175 190 175 175 245 194 220 180 180 200 180

Cl. So. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr.

Hometown Williamston, N.J. Raleigh, N.C. Raleigh, N.C. Raleigh, N.C. Raleigh, N.C. Milwaukee, Wis. Newport News, Va. Clinton, N.C. Goldsboro, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. Brooklyn, N.Y. Raleigh, N.C. Augusta, Ga. Aiken, S.C. Dayton, Ohio High Point, N.C. Oxford, N.C. Martinsville, Va.


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OPPONENT CAPSULES TEXAS SOUTHERN

EA SPORTS MAUI INVITATIONAL

XThursday, Nov. 18 ‡ 7 p.m. CST ‡ Norman ‡ Sooner Sports Network

XMonday-Wednesday, Nov. 22-24 ‡ Lahaina, Hawaii ‡ ESPN Family

XTony Harvey

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

Location: Houston, Texas Enrollment: 9,500 Nickname: Tigers Founded: 1947 Colors: Maroon and Gray Conference: Southwestern Athletic Arena: H&PE Arena (8,100) President: Dr. John Rudley Athletics Director: Charles McClelland

Series Standing: Oklahoma leads 3-0 Last Meeting: OU won 97-55 on Dec. 29, 2002, in Oklahoma City

Head Coach: Tony Harvey Alma Mater: Kenyon College ’99 Record at School: 24-41 (2 years) Career Record: Same Basketball Phone: (713) 313-4372 Assistants: John Keith LeGree, Marc Hsu, Melvin Haralson XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 17-16 SWAC Record/Finish: 11-7/T4th Postseason: None Final Ranking: Not ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Basketball SID: Rodney Bush Office Phone: (713) 313-7603 Cell Phone: (713) 826-8229 E-Mail: bushrr@tsu.edu Office Fax: (713) 313-1045 Website: www.tsuball.com

THE OPPONENTS

XCOACHING STAFF

XLahaina Civic Center

XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Ronnie Turner Houston Chronicle ronnie.turner@chron.com Radio Play-by-Play: Larry Hale halelm@tsu.edu

Preseason Roster Player Pos. Ht. Onyekautukwu Abiakam F 6-7 Abdallah Boune G 6-5 Vanderis Christie G 5-11 Aaron Clayborn F 6-6 Keithtrick Denson F 6-7 Kevin Galloway F 6-7 Patrick Johnson G 6-1 Lawrence Johnson-Danner G 6-4 Daniel King F 6-8 Nicos Norris G 6-4 Travele Jones F 6-8 Timothy Price F 6-11 Justin Ray G 5-7 Brian Saunders F 6-7 Harrison Smith G 6-2 Jason West G 6-6

Wt. 195 190 180 215 227 215 170 180 199 188 205 210 160 225 195 200

Cl. Sr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So.

Hometown Anambra, Nigeria Paris, France Houston, Texas Benton Harbor, Mich. Houston, Texas Sacramento, Calif. New Orleans, La. Detroit, Mich. Panama, Panama Mendenhall, Miss. Los Angeles, Calif. Houston, Texas Gulfport, Miss. Missouri City, Texas Houston, Texas Woodbridge, Va.

XMAUI INVITATIONAL CHAMPIONS

1984: Providence 1985: Michigan 1986: Vanderbilt 1987: Iowa 1988: Michigan 1989: Missouri 1990: Syracuse

1991: Michigan State 1992: Duke 1993: Kentucky 1994: Arizona State 1995: Villanova 1996: Kansas 1997: Duke

1998: Syracuse 1999: North Carolina 2000: Arizona 2001: Duke 2002: Indiana 2003: Dayton 2004: North Carolina

2005: Connecticut 2006: UCLA 2007: Duke 2008: North Carolina 2009: Gonzaga

XOKLAHOMA’S MAUI INVITATIONAL APPEARANCES 1992 1988 2006 Fifth place (2-1 record) Second place (2-1 record) Seventh place (1-2 record) Head Coach: Billy Tubbs Head Coach: Billy Tubbs Head Coach: Jeff Capel Day 1: OU 97, Ohio State 93 Day 1: BYU 76, OU 75 Day 1: Memphis 77, OU 65 Day 2: OU 105, Chaminade 88 Day 2: Purdue 74, OU 71 Day 2: OU 83, UNLV 81 Day 3: OU 108, DePaul 94 Day 3: Michigan 91, OU 80 Day 3: OU 72, Chaminade 57

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OPPONENT CAPSULES KENTUCKY

VIRGINIA

XMonday, Nov. 22 ‡ 4:30 p.m. CT ‡ Lahaina, Hawaii ‡ ESPN2

THE OPPONENTS

XJohn Calipari

XTuesday, Nov. 23 ‡ 3:30/8:30 p.m. CT ‡ Lahaina, Hawaii ‡ ESPN2/ESPN

XTony Bennett

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

Location: Lexington, Ky. Enrollment: 27,000 Nickname: Wildcats Founded: 1865 Colors: Blue and White Conference: Southeastern (Eastern Div.) Arena: Rupp Arena (23,000) President: Dr. Lee T. Todd, Jr. Athletics Director: Mitch Barnhart

Series Standing: Kentucky leads 2-0 Last Meeting: Kentucky won 75-74 on March 1, 1987, in Lexington

Location: Charlottesville, Va. Enrollment: 20,895 Nickname: Cavaliers Founded: 1819 Colors: Orange and Blue Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference Arena: John Paul Jones Arena (14,593) President: Teresa A. Sullivan Athletics Director: Craig Littlepage

Series Standing: Tied at 1-1 Last Meeting: Virginia won 86-80 on March 23, 1989, in Lexington, Ky. (NCAA Southeast Regional semifinal)

XCOACHING STAFF

Head Coach: John Calipari Alma Mater: Clarion ’82 Record at School: 35-3 (1 year) Career Record: 480-143 (18 years) Basketball Phone: (859) 257-1916 Assistants: John Robic (Denison ’86), Orlando Antigua (Pittsburgh ’95), Kenny Payne (Louisville ’89) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 35-3 SEC Record/Finish: 14-2/1st (Eastern Div.) Postseason: NCAA Elite Eight Final Ranking: 2 (AP), 5 (Coaches) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 4/9 Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Basketball SID: DeWayne Peevy Office Phone: (859) 257-3838 Cell Phone: (859) 227-1779 E-Mail: dewayne.peevy@uky.edu Office Fax: (859) 323-4310 Press Row Phone: (859) 252-3602 Website: www.ukathletics.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Jerry Tipton Lexington Herald-Leader jtipton@herald-leader.com Radio Play-by-Play: Tom Leach (859) 270-6043 tom@tomleachky.com

Preseason Roster Player Josh Harrellson Jon Hood Terrence Jones Enes Kanter Brandon Knight Doron Lamb DeAndre Liggins Darius Miller Jarrod Polson Stacey Poole, Jr. Eloy Vargas

Pos. Ht. F 6-10 G 6-7 F 6-8 F 6-11 G 6-3 G 6-4 G 6-6 G 6-7 G 6-2 G 6-4 F 6-11

XCOACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Tony Bennett Alma Mater: Wisconsin-Green Bay ’92 Record at School: 15-16 (1 year) Career Record: 84-49 (4 years) Basketball Phone: (434) 982-5400 Assistants: Ritchie McKay (Seattle Pacific ’87), Ron Sanchez (SUNY-Oneonta ’97), Jason Williford (Virginia ’95) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 15-16 ACC Record/Finish: 5-11/T9th Postseason: None Final Ranking: Not ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 3/2 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/9

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Basketball SID: Rich Murray Office Phone: (434) 982-5500 Cell Phone: (434) 978-2966 E-Mail: rmurray@virginia.edu Office Fax: (434) 982-5525 Press Row Phone: (434)296-5910 Website: www.virginiasports.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Whitey Reid Charlottesville Daily Progress (434) 806-8674 wreid@dailyprogress.com Radio Play-by-Play: Dave Koehn (434) 982-4937 dkoehn@virginiasports.com

Preseason Roster Wt. 275 205 250 272 195 210 215 230 180 203 230

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Cl. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr.

Hometown St. Charles, Mo. Madisonville, Ky. Portland, Ore. Istanbul, Turkey Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Queens, N.Y. Chicago, Ill. Maysville, Ky. Nicholasville, Ky. Jacksonville, Fla. Plantation, Fla.

Player Billy Baron Jontel Evans Mustapha Farrakhan KT Harrell Joe Harris James Johnson Akil Mitchel Will Regan Thomas Rogers Mike Scott Assane Sene Will Sherrill Sammy Zeglinski

Pos. Ht. G 6-2 G 5-11 G 6-4 G 6-4 G 6-6 F 6-9 F 6-8 F 6-8 G 6-6 F 6-8 C 7-0 F 6-9 G 6-1

Wt. 192 190 181 204 202 234 221 222 200 242 239 226 185

Cl. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Hometown East Greenwich, R.I. Hampton, Va. Harvey, Ill. Montgomery, Ala. Chelan, Wash. Wildomar, Calif. Charlotte, N.C. Williamsville, N.Y. Farmville, Va. Chesapeake, Va. Saint-Louis, Senegal New York, N.Y. Philadelphia, Pa.


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OPPONENT CAPSULES WASHINGTON

ARKANSAS

XTuesday, Nov. 23 ‡ 3:30/8:30 p.m. CT ‡ Lahaina, Hawaii ‡ ESPN2/ESPN

XLorenzo Romar

XWednesday, Dec. 1 ‡ 7 p.m. CST ‡ Fayetteville, Ark. ‡ Sooner Sports Network

XJohn Pelphrey

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

Location: Seattle, Wash. Enrollment: 42,000 Nickname: Huskies Founded: 1861 Colors: Purple and Gold Conference: Pacific-10 Arena: Bank of America Arena (10,000) Interim President: Dr. Phyllis Wise Athletics Director: Scott Woodward

Series Standing: Oklahoma leads 2-1 Last Meeting: Washington won 96-91 on Nov. 26, 2004, in Anchorage, Alaska

Location: Fayetteville, Ark. Enrollment: 19,849 Nickname: Razorbacks Founded: 1871 Colors: Cardinal and White Conference: Southeastern Arena: Bud Walton Arena (19,200) Chancellor: Dr. G. David Gearheart Athletics Director: Jeff Long

Series Standing: Arkansas leads 13-11 Last Meeting: Oklahoma won 67-47 on Dec. 2, 2009, in Norman

Head Coach: Lorenzo Romar Alma Mater: Cincinnati ’92 Record at School: 171-91 (8 years) Career Record: 264-179 (14 years) Basketball Phone: (479) 575-6389 Assistants: Raphael Chillious (Lafayette ’96), Paul Fortier (Washington ’03), Jim Shaw (Western Oregon State ’85) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 26-10 Pac-10 Record/Finish: 11-7/3rd Postseason: NCAA Sweet 16 Final Ranking: 21 (Coaches) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1

Basketball SID: Brian Tom Office Phone: (206) 897-1742 Cell Phone: (206) 455-5361 E-Mail: briantom@uw.edu Office Fax: (206) 543-5000 Press Row Phone: (205) 543-2230 Website: www.gohuskies.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writers: Percy Allen Seattle Times pallen@seattletimes.com Don Ruiz Tacoma News Tribune (253) 278-2485 don.ruiz@thenewstribune.com Radio Play-by-Play: Bob Rondeau brondeau@ispsports.com

Preseason Roster Player Pos. Ht. Tyreese Breshers F 6-7 Matthew Bryan-Amaning F 6-9 Abdul Gaddy G 6-3 Darnell Gant F 6-8 Justin Holiday F 6-6 Antoine Hosley G 5-10 Venoy Overton G 6-0 Aziz N’Diaye C 7-0 Terrence Ross G 6-6 Desmond Simmons F 6-7 Brendan Sherrer F 6-8 Scott Suggs G 6-6 Isaiah Thomas G 5-9 C.J. Wilcox G 6-5

XMEDIA RELATIONS

XCOACHING STAFF

Head Coach: John Pelphrey Alma Mater: Kentucky ’92 Record at School: 51-46 (3 years) Career Record: 131-113 (8 years) Basketball Phone: (479) 575-6389 Assistants: Rob Evans (New Mexico State ’68), Tom Ostrom (Minnesota ’97), Brett Nelson (Florida ’04) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 14-18 SEC Record/Finish: 7-9/3rd (Western Div.) Postseason: None Final Ranking: Not ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

Basketball SID: Phil Pierce Office Phone: (479) 575-7430 Cell Phone: (479) 283-3353 E-Mail: ppierce@uark.com Office Fax: (479) 575-7481 Press Row Phone: (479) 575-6622 Website: www.arkansasrazorbacks.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Bob Holt Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (479) 582-2412 bholt@arkansasonline.com Radio Play-by-Play: Mike Nail (479) 521-3598 emnail@yahoo.com

Preseason Roster Wt. 255 240 195 225 185 185 185 260 190 215 245 195 185 190

Cl. So. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr.

Hometown Los Angeles, Calif. London, England Tacoma, Wash. Los Angeles, Calif. Chatsworth, Calif. Portland, Ore. Seattle, Wash. Senegal, Senegal Portland, Ore. Richmond, Calif. Monroe, Wash. Washington Mo. Tacoma, Wash. Pleasant Grove, Utah

Player Marcus Britt Glenn Bryant Rotnei Clarke Jemal Farmer Kikko Haydar Delvon Johnson Nick Mason Julysses Nobles Jeff Peterson Marshawn Powell Michael Sanchez Rickey Scott Mardracus Wade Marvell Waithe

Pos. Ht. G 6-3 F 6-7 G 6-0 G/F 6-5 G 5-10 F 6-9 G 5-10 G 6-1 G 6-0 F 6-7 F 6-8 G 6-3 G 6-2 F 6-9

Wt. 198 190 184 213 165 220 160 170 192 220 236 195 170 216

Cl. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr.

Hometown Madison, Ark. Detroit, Mich. Verdigris, Okla. Chicago, Ill. Fayetteville, Ark. Chicago, Ill. Jonesboro, Ark. Jackson, Miss. Springfield, Mo. Newport News, Va. Springdale, Ark. Irving, Texas Memphis, Tenn. Toronto, Ontario

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XCOACHING STAFF

XMEDIA RELATIONS


OKLAHOMA

OPPONENT CAPSULES ARIZONA

GARDNER-WEBB

XSunday, Dec. 5 ‡ 3 p.m. CST ‡ Tucson, Ariz. ‡ FSN

XThursday, Dec. 9 ‡ 7 p.m. CST ‡ Norman ‡ Sooner Sports Network

THE OPPONENTS

XSean Miller

XChris Holtmann

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

Location: Tucson, Ariz. Enrollment: 38,800 Nickname: Wildcats Founded: 1885 Colors: Cardinal and Navy Conference: Pacific-10 Arena: McKale Center (14,545) President: Dr. Robert Shelton Athletics Director: Greg Byrne

Series Standing: Oklahoma leads 5-1 Last Meeting: OU won 79-62 on Dec. 6, 2009, in Norman

Location: Boiling Springs, N.C. Enrollment: 4,300 Nickname: Runnin’ Bulldogs Founded: 1905 Colors: Scarlet and Black Conference: Big South Arena: Paul Porter Arena (3,500) President: Dr. Frank Bonner Athletics Director: Chuck Burch

Series Standing: Oklahoma leads 2-0 Last Meeting: OU won 80-76 on Nov. 22, 2008, in Norman

XCOACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Sean Miller Alma Mater: Pittsburgh ’92 Record at School: 16-15 (1 year) Career Record: 136-62 (6 years) Basketball Phone: (520) 621-4813 Assistants: Archie Miller (N.C. State ’02), Emanuel Richardson (Pittsburgh-Johnstown ’98), James Whitford (Wisconsin ’94) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 16-15 Pac-10 Record/Finish: 10-8/4th Postseason: None Final Ranking: Not ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 11/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Basketball SID: Richard Paige Office Phone: (520) 621-4163 Cell Phone: (520) 850-2118 E-Mail: rpaige@email.arizona.edu Office Fax: (520) 621-2681 Press Row Phone: (520) 621-4334 Website: www.arizonawildcats.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Bruce Pascoe Arizona Daily Star (520) 573-4145 pascoe@azstarnet.com Radio Play-by-Play: Brian Jeffries (520) 626-7660 brian@arizona.edu

Preseason Roster Player Robert Arvizu Daniel Bejarano Kyle Fogg Solomon Hill Jamelle Horne Alex Jacobson Lamont Jones Brendon Lavender Jordin Mayes Kyryl Natyazhko Kevin Parrom Jesse Perry Max Wiepking Derrick Williams Dondre Wise

Pos. Ht. G 6-0 G 6-4 G 6-3 F 6-6 F 6-7 C 7-0 G 6-0 G 6-5 G 6-2 C 6-11 G/F 6-6 F 6-7 F 6-6 F 6-8 G 6-1

XCOACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Chris Holtmann Alma Mater: Taylor ’94 Record at School: First season Career Record: Same Basketball Phone: (704) 406-4348 Assistants: Mike Netti (Syracuse ’02), Jay McAuley (Georgia ’05), Takayo Siddle (Gardner-Webb ’09) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 8-21 Big South Record/Finish: 5-13/T8th Postseason: None Final Ranking: Not Ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Basketball SID: Marc Rabb Office Phone: (704) 406-4355 Cell Phone: (704) 974-3662 E-Mail: mrabb@gardner-webb.edu Office Fax: (704) 406-4739 Website: www.gwusports.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Alan Ford Shelby Star (704) 669-3336 alanford@shelbystar.com Radio Play-by-Play: Fabian Fuentes (864) 490-7119 ffuentes@wagifm.com

Preseason Roster Wt. 185 205 185 235 225 248 197 210 170 256 210 210 193 240 215

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Cl. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. So. So. Jr. So. So. Jr.

Hometown Phoenix, Ariz. Phoenix, Ariz. Brea, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Santa Ana, Calif. Harlem, N.Y. Mesa, Ariz. Los Angeles, Calif. Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine Bronx, N.Y. St. Louis, Mo. Englewood, Colo. La Mirada, Calif. Houston, Texas

Player David Brown Laron Buggs Byran Burrell Santoine Butler Michael Byron Luke Davis Jason Dawson Luke Engelken Joshua Henley Antar Johnson Stefon Johnson Keith Manley Brian McNair Jonathan Moore Jay Royster

Pos. Ht. G 6-2 G 6-1 G 6-1 F 6-7 C 6-10 G 6-0 G 5-10 F 6-7 F 6-3 G 6-2 F 6-6 F 6-6 G 6-0 G 6-4 G 6-0

Wt. 180 180 175 210 215 175 175 215 215 165 215 220 165 190 175

Cl. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. So. So. Sr. So.

Hometown Margate, Fla. Tulsa, Okla. Raleigh, N.C. Hepzibah, Ga. San Antonio, Texas Raleigh, N.C. Columbus, Ohio St. Joseph, Mo. Madison, Tenn. Holly Springs, N.C. Cincinnati, Ohio Greensboro, N.C. Wilson, N.C. Rogers, Ark. Shelby, N.C.


SOONERS

OPPONENT CAPSULES ORAL ROBERTS

CINCINNATI

XSaturday, Dec. 11 ‡ 2 p.m. CST ‡ Norman ‡ Sooner Sports Network

XScott Sutton

XSaturday, Dec. 18 ‡ 8 p.m. CST ‡ Oklahoma City (Ford Center) ‡ ESPNU

XMick Cronin

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

Location: Tulsa, Okla. Enrollment: 3,100 Nickname: Golden Eagles Founded: 1963 Colors: Vegas Gold, Navy Blue and White Conference: The Summit League Arena: Mabee Center (10,575) President: Dr. Mark Rutland Athletics Director: Mike Carter

Series Standing: Oklahoma leads 9-2 Last Meeting: OU won 81-73 on Dec. 28, 2005, in Norman

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio Enrollment: 39,667 Nickname: Bearcats Founded: 1819 Colors: Red and Black Conference: Big East Arena: Fifth Third Arena (13,176) President: Dr. Gregory H. Williams Athletics Director: Mike Thomas

Series Standing: Tied at 2-2 Last Meeting: Cincinnati won 72-57 on Dec. 22, 1999, in Norman

Head Coach: Scott Sutton Alma Mater: Oklahoma State ’95 Record at School: 204-139 (11 years) Career Record: Same Basketball Phone: (918) 495-7153 Assistants: Chris Crutchfield (Neb.-Omaha ’92), Tom Hankins (Northeastern State ’90), Conley Phipps (Northeastern State ’90) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 20-13 Summit League Record/Finish: 13-5/3rd Postseason: None Final Ranking: Not ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/2 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1

Basketball SID: Cris Belvin Office Phone: (918) 495-7181 Cell Phone: (918) 625-2152 E-Mail: cbelvin@oru.edu Office Fax: (918) 495-7142 Press Row Phone: (918) 495-7800 Website: www.orugoldeneagles.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Mike Brown Tulsa World (918) 581-8390 mike.brown@tulsaworld.com Radio Play-by-Play: Geoff Haxton ghaxton24@yahoo.com

Preseason Roster Player Chris Angsomwine Damen Bell-Holter Michael Craion Michael Fletcher Ken Holdman Jake Lliteras Mikey Manghum Hunter McClintock Dominique Morrison Tim Morton Javier Nasarre Warren Niles Roderick Pearson Steven Roundtree Kyron Stokes

Pos. Ht. F 6-9 F/C 6-9 F 6-5 G 5-10 G 6-0 G 6-5 G 6-1 G 6-2 F 6-6 F/C 6-9 F/C 6-10 G 6-4 G 6-2 F 6-7 G/F 6-5

XCOACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Mick Cronin Alma Mater: Cincinnati ’97 Record at School: 61-68 (4 years) Career Record: 130-92 (7 years) Basketball Phone: (513) 556-5847 Assistants: Larry Davis (Asbury ’78), George Jackson (Wittenberg ’79), Tony Stubblefield (Nebraska-Omaha ’95) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 19-16 Big East Record/Finish: 7-11/T11th Postseason: NIT second round Final Ranking: Not ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 11/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Basketball SID: Michael Harris Office/Cell Phone: (513) 240-8884 E-Mail: michael.harris@uc.edu Office Fax: (513) 556-0619 Press Row Phone: (513) 556-3800 Website: www.gobearcats.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Bill Koch Cincinnati Enquirer (513) 505-6151 bkoch@enquirer.com Radio Play-by-Play: Dan Hoard (513) 505-9711 dxhoard@yahoo.com

Preseason Roster Wt. 215 245 205 165 175 190 175 180 190 240 225 175 195 190 210

Cl. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr.

Hometown Accra, Ghana Hydaburg, Alaska Kansas City, Mo. Columbus, Ohio Tulsa, Okla. Hillsborough, N.C. Derby, England Durham, N.C. Kansas City, Mo. Greenbelt, Md. Barbastro, Spain Cincinnati, Ohio Kansas City, Mo. Jacksonville, Fla. Mansfield, Texas

Player Rashad Bishop Larry Davis Dion Dixon Alex Eppensteiner Kelvin Gaines Yancy Gates Justin Jackson Sean Kilpatrick Anthony McBride Anthony McClain Jaquon Parker Ibrahima Thomas Eddie Tyree Darnell Wilks Cashmere Wright

Pos. Ht. F 6-6 G 6-3 G 6-3 G 6-3 C 6-10 F 6-9 F 6-8 G 6-4 G 6-2 C 7-0 G 6-3 F 6-11 G 5-10 F 6-7 G 6-0

Wt. 225 195 195 210 225 260 210 215 175 255 210 230 175 205 175

Cl. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. So.

Hometown Newark, N.J. Houston, Texas Chicago, Ill. Cincinnati, Ohio Ocala, Fla. Cincinnati, Ohio Jacksonville, Fla. White Plains, N.Y. Cincinnati, Ohio Trenton, N.J. Suffolk, Va. Dakar, Senegal Canal Winchester, Ohio Nashville, Tenn. Savannah, Ga.

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THE OPPONENTS

XCOACHING STAFF

XMEDIA RELATIONS


OKLAHOMA

OPPONENT CAPSULES SACRAMENTO STATE

CENTRAL ARKANSAS

XTuesday, Dec. 21 ‡ 7 p.m. CST ‡ Norman ‡ Sooner Sports Network

THE OPPONENTS

XBrian Katz

XThursday, Dec. 30 ‡ 7 p.m. CST ‡ Norman ‡ Sooner Sports Network

XCorliss Williamson

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

Location: Sacramento, Calif. Enrollment: 29,241 Nickname: Hornets Founded: 1947 Colors: Green and Gold Conference: Big Sky Arena: Hornets Nest (1,200) President: Dr. Alexander Gonzalez Athletics Director: Dr. Terry Wanless

Series Standing: First meeting

Location: Conway, Ark. Enrollment: 11,758 Nickname: Bears Founded: 1907 Colors: Purple and Gray Conference: Southland Arena: Farris Center (5,000) President: Dr. Allen C. Meadors Athletics Director: Dr. Brad Teague

Series Standing: First meeting

XCOACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Brian Katz Alma Mater: Sacramento State ’80 Record at School: 11-48 (2 years) Career Record: Same Basketball Phone: (916) 278-5345 Assistants: Brady Bergeson (Chapman ’00), Dominique Bukasa (Sonoma State ’99), Ajay Riding (Fresno State ’07) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 9-21 Big Sky Record/Finish: 3-13/9th Postseason: None Final Ranking: Not ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 3/9 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Basketball SID: Ryan Bjork Office Phone: (916) 278-6896 Cell Phone: (916) 838-7557 E-Mail: rbjork@csus.edu Office Fax: (916) 278-5429 Press Row Phone: (916) 278-7531 Website: www.hornetsports.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat W riter: John Schumacher Sacramento Bee (916) 326-5523 jschumacher@sacbee.com Radio Play-by-Play: Steve McElroy (916) 489-9696 s24mac@yahoo.com

Pos. Ht. F 6-7 G 6-3 F 6-6 G 6-3 G/F 6-3 G/F 6-5 C 6-9 C 6-8 F 6-6 F 6-7 G 6-3 C 6-11 G 5-10 C 6-8

Head Coach: Corliss Williamson Alma Mater: Maryland ’03 Career Record: First year Basketball Phone: (501) 450-5718 Assistants: Clarence Finley (Arkansas Pine-Bluff), Jonathan Jackson (Philander Smith College ’86), Anthony Walker (Hendrix College ’06) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 9-21 SLC Record/Finish: 3-13/6th in East Postseason: None Final Ranking: Not ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

Basketball SID: Steve East Office Phone: (501) 450-5743 Cell Phone: (501) 339-8215 E-Mail: seast@uca.edu Office Fax: (501) 450-5740 Press Row Phone: (501) 852-2673 Website: www.ucasports.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: David McCollum Log Cabin Democrat (501) 327-6621 david.mccollum@thecabin.net Radio Play-by-Play: Monty Rowell (501) 450-3326 montyr@uca.edu

Preseason Roster

Preseason Roster Player Duro Bjegovic Jackson Carbajal John Dickson Kendell Groom Heath Hoffman Walter Jackson Josh McCarver Alpha N’Diaye Zach Nelson Magd Owayed Antoine Proctor Pete Rakocevic Sultan Toles-Bey Konner Veteto

XCOACHING STAFF

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Wt. 245 180 185 170 195 180 230 210 215 195 200 220 170 270

78 OKLAHOMA MEN’S BASKETBALL | 2010-11

Cl. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr.

Hometown Drnis, Croatia Clovis, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. New Haven, Conn. Winnebago, Ill. Stockton, Calif. Las Vegas, Nev. Bamako, Mali Sacramento, Calif. Nazareth, Israel Washington, D.C. Chicago, Ill. Compton, Calif. Auburn, Calif.

Player Aubrey Ball Dewan Clayborn Carlos Dos Santos Chris Henson Jeff Jackson Mike Pouncey Imad Qahwash Mark Rutledge Tadre Sheppard T.K. Smith Terry Tidwell Ryan Williams

Pos. Ht. G 6-3 G 5-11 C 6-8 F 6-8 G 5-10 G 6-2 G 6-2 G/F 6-4 F 6-7 G 6-3 F 6-8 G 6-4

Wt. 180 180 250 200 170 195 180 185 205 200 230 180

Cl. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr.

Hometown Carrollton, Texas Little Rock, Ark. Sao Vincente, Brazil Arlington, Texas Little Rock, Ark. Duncanville, Texas Kitchener, Ontario Tulsa, Okla. Lubbock, Texas Amherst, Ma. Conway, Ark. Pine Bluff, Ark.


SOONERS

OPPONENT CAPSULES MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE XMonday, Jan. 3 ‡ 7 p.m. CST ‡ Norman ‡ Sooner Sports Network

XFrankie Allen

TEXAS A&M XSaturday, Jan. 8 ‡ 3 p.m. CST ‡ Norman ‡ Big 12 Network XWednesday, Feb. 23 ‡ TBD ‡ College Station

XMark Turgeon

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

Location: Princess Anne, Md. Enrollment: 4,000 Nickname: Hawks, Fighting Hawks Founded: 1886 Colors: Maroon and Gray Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic Arena: W.P. Hytche Athletic Center (5,500) President: Dr. Thelma B. Thompson Athletics Director: Keith Davidson

Series Standing: Oklahoma leads 2-0 Last Meeting: OU won 88-54 on Jan. 4, 2010, in Norman

Location: College Station, Texas Enrollment: 48,702 Nickname: Aggies Founded: 1872 Colors: Maroon and White Conference: Big 12 Arena: Reed Arena (12,292) President: R. Bowen Loftin Athletics Director: Bill Byrne

Series Standing: Oklahoma leads 28-6 Last Meeting: Texas A&M won 69-54 on March 6, 2010, in Norman

Head Coach: Frankie Allen Alma Mater: Roanoke College ’71 Record at School: 18-44 (2 years) Career Record: 241-337 (20 years) Basketball Phone: (410) 651-6541 Assistants: Jamal Brown (South Carolina State ’98), Mike Blaine (Johns Hopkins ’03), Nick Robinson (UNC-Wilmington ’03) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 11-21 MEAC Record/Finish: 8-8/6th Postseason: None Final Ranking: Not ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/1 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1

Basketball SID: Maggie Hayon Office Phone: (410) 651-8075 Cell Phone: (920) 912-6635 E-Mail: mlhayon@umes.edu Office Fax: (410) 651-7514 Press Row Phone: (410) 651-8903/8904 Website: www.umeshawks.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Ben Penserga Delmarva Daily Times (410) 749-7171, ext. 212 bpenserga@dmg.gannett.com Radio Play-by-Play: Bret Lasky (602) 785-3542 balasky@umes.edu

Preseason Roster Player Louis Bell Dishawn Bradshaw Josh Bright Tim Burns Hillary Haley Tyler Hines Diyaaldin Kelley Freddy Obame Obame Mark Robertson Mike Spence Joe Swift R.J. Tucker Kevin White Kevin Williams

Pos. G G G G G F/C C C G/F F/C G C G G

Ht. 6-5 6-2 5-10 5-10 6-6 6-6 6-11 6-6 6-5 6-9 5-10 7-0 6-0 6-1

Wt. 180 170 170 180 205 230 260 240 220 230 180 235 175 185

Cl. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr.

Hometown Washington, D.C. Baltimore, Md. Salisbury, Md. Franklinville, N.J. Landover, Md. Sicklerville, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Libreville, Gabon Lakewood, N.J. Irvington, N.J. Brooklyn, N.Y. Arnold, Md. Brooklyn, N.Y. Pearland, Texas

XCOACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Mark Turgeon Alma Mater: Kansas ’87 Record at School: 73-31 (3 years) Career Record: 226-150 (12 years) Basketball Phone: (979) 845-5129 Assistants: Scott Spinelli (Boston ’89), Alvin Williamson (Tulsa ’95), Bill Walker (Missouri-Rolla ’87) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 24-10 Big 12 Record/Finish: 11-5/T2nd Postseason: NCAA second round Final Ranking: 23 (AP), 25 (Coaches) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 10/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

Player Daniel Alexander Marshall Carrell Andrew Darko Keith Davis Dash Harris Naji Hibbert B.J. Holmes Derrek Lewis David Loubeau Khris Middleton Kourtney Roberson Elston Turner Ray Turner Nathan Walkup

Pos. Ht. F 6-8 F 609 G 6-1 C 6-9 G 6-1 G 6-6 G 5-11 G 6-5 F 6-8 F 6-7 F 6-9 G 6-4 F 6-8 F 6-7

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Basketball SID: Matt Simon Office Phone: (979) 862-5451 Cell Phone: (979) 255-0469 E-Mail: matts@athletics.tamu.edu Office Fax: (979) 845-6825 Press Row Phone: (979) 862-6944 Website: www.aggieathletics.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Richard Croome Bryan/College Station Eagle (979) 776-4444 richard.croome@theeagle.com Radio Play-by-Play: Dave South (979) 845-3248 dsouth@athletics.tamu.edu

Wt. 210 230 175 220 175 200 175 195 230 215 230 205 220 210

Cl. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Sr.

Hometown Dripping Springs, Texas Paris, Texas Conroe, Texas DeSoto, Texas Los Angeles, Calif. Baltimore, Md. Houston, Texas Tulsa, Okla. Miami, Fla. Charleston, S.C. Arcadia, La. Missouri City, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas

2010-11 | OKLAHOMA MEN’S BASKETBALL 79

THE OPPONENTS

XCOACHING STAFF

XMEDIA RELATIONS


OKLAHOMA

OPPONENT CAPSULES BAYLOR

TEXAS

XTuesday, Jan. 11 ‡ 8 p.m. CST ‡ Waco ‡ FOX Sports Southwest XTuesday, Feb. 1 ‡ 6 p.m. CST ‡ Norman ‡ ESPN2

THE OPPONENTS

XScott Drew

XSaturday, Jan. 15 ‡ 3 p.m. CST ‡ Austin ‡ Big 12 Network XWednesday, Feb. 9 ‡ 8 p.m. CST ‡ Norman ‡ ESPN2

XRick Barnes

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

Location: Waco, Texas Enrollment: 14,614 Nickname: Bears Founded: 1845 Colors: Green and Gold Conference: Big 12 Arena: Ferrell Center (10,284) President: Ken Starr Athletics Director: Ian McCaw

Series Standing: Oklahoma leads 35-7 Last Meeting: Baylor won 70-63 on Feb. 27, 2010, in Norman

Location: Austin, Texas Enrollment: 48,167 Nickname: Longhorns Founded: 1883 Colors: Burnt Orange and White Conference: Big 12 Arena: Frank Erwin Center (16,734) President: William Powers, Jr. Athletics Director: DeLoss Dodds

Series Standing: Oklahoma leads 47-29 Last Meeting: Texas won 87-76 on March 1, 2010, in Austin

XCOACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Scott Drew Alma Mater: Butler ’93 Record at School: 109-103 (7 years) Career Record: 129-114 (8 years) Basketball Phone: (254) 710-3955 Assistants: Mark Morefield (Valparaiso ’98), Jerome Tang (Charter Oak State ’07), Paul Mills (Texas A&M ’96) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 28-8 Big 12 Record/Finish: 11-5/T2nd Postseason: NCAA Elite Eight Final Ranking: 19 (AP), 10 (Coaches) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Basketball SID: Chris Yandle Office Phone: (254) 710-3638 Cell Phone: (254) 652-9068 E-Mail: christopher_yandle@baylor.edu Office Fax: (254) 710-1369 Press Row Phone: (254) 710-3955 Website: www.baylorbears.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: John Werner Waco Tribune-Herald (254) 757-5716 jwerner@wacotrib.com Radio Play-by-Play: John Morris (254) 710-3077 john_morris@baylor.edu

Preseason Roster Player Quincy Acy Nolan Dennis LaceDarius Dunn Fred Ellis Brady Heslip Cory Jefferson Anthony Jones Perry Jones Stargell Love J’mison Morgan Dragan Sekelja A.J. Walton

Pos. Ht. F 6-7 G 6-5 G 6-4 F 6-6 G 6-1 F 6-9 F 6-10 F/C 6-10 G 6-2 F/C 6-10 C 7-0 G 6-1

XCOACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Rick Barnes Alma Mater: Lenoir-Rhyne ’77 Record at School: 294-115 (12 years) Career Record: 496-249 (23 years) Basketball Phone: (512) 471-5816 Assistants: Russell Springmann (Salisbury State ’90), Rodney Terry (St. Edward’s ’90), Chris Ogden (Texas ’04) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 24-10 Big 12 Record/Finish: 9-7/T6th Postseason: NCAA first round Final Ranking: Not ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 10/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Basketball SID: Scott McConnell Office Phone: (512) 471-1345 Cell Phone: (512) 748-9313 E-Mail: scott.mcconnell@athletics.utexas.edu Office Fax: (512) 471-6040 Press Row Phone: (512) 471-4246 Website: www.texassports.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Mark Rosner Austin American-Statesman (512) 445-3958 mrosner@statesman.com Radio Play-by-Play: Craig Way (512) 684-7434 craigway@clearchannel.com

Preseason Roster Wt. 225 180 205 215 185 200 195 220 180 240 275 190

80 OKLAHOMA MEN’S BASKETBALL | 2010-11

Cl. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. So.

Hometown Mesquite, Texas North Richland Hills, Texas Monroe, La. Sacramento, Calif. Burlington, Ontario Killeen, Texas Houston, Texas Duncanville, Texas Winston-Salem, N.C. Dallas, Texas Zagreb, Croatia Little Rock, Ark.

Player Dogus Balbay J’Covan Brown Clint Chapman Andrew Dick Jordan Hamilton Matt Hill Gary Johnson Cory Joseph Jai Lucas Dean Melchionni Tristan Thompson Alexis Wangmene Shawn Williams

Pos. Ht. G 6-1 G 6-1 F/C 6-10 G 6-2 G/F 6-7 F/C 6-10 F 6-6 G 6-3 G 5-10 G 6-4 F 6-8 F/C 6-7 G/F 6-6

Wt. 175 185 239 180 226 240 238 180 160 185 230 241 225

Cl. Sr. So. Sr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr.

Hometown Istanbul, Turkey Port Arthur, Texas Canby, Ore. Sherman, Texas Los Angeles, Calif. Lincoln, Neb. Houston, Texas Toronto, Ontario Houston, Texas Lancaster, Pa. Brampton, Ontario Maroua, Cameroon Duncanville, Texas


SOONERS

OPPONENT CAPSULES TEXAS TECH

COLORADO

XTuesday, Jan. 18 ‡ 7 p.m. CST ‡ Norman ‡ Big 12 Network XWednesday, March 2 ‡ 6:30 p.m. CST ‡ Lubbock ‡ Texas Tech Sports Network

XPat Knight

XSaturday, Jan. 22 ‡ 12:30 p.m. CST ‡ Norman ‡ Big 12 Network

XTad Boyle

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

Location: Lubbock, Texas Enrollment: 30,049 Nickname: Red Raiders Founded: 1923 Colors: Scarlet and Black Conference: Big 12 Arena: United Spirit Arena (15,098) President: Dr. Guy Bailey Athletics Director: Gerald Myers

Series Standing: Oklahoma leads 29-18 Last Meeting: Texas Tech won 72-71 on Feb. 9, 2010, in Norman

Location: Boulder, Colo. Enrollment: 30,128 Nickname: Buffaloes, Buffs Founded: 1876 Colors: Silver, Black and Gold Conference: Big 12 Arena: Coors Events Center (11,064) President: Bruce Benson Athletics Director: Mike Bohn

Series Standing: Oklahoma leads 87-49 Last Meeting: Colorado won 77-67 on Feb. 17, 2010, in Boulder

Head Coach: Pat Knight Alma Mater: Indiana ’95 Record at School: 37-42 (3 years) Career Record: Same Basketball Phone: (806) 742-7600 Assistants: Chris Beard (Texas ’95), Stew Robinson (Indiana ’93), Brooks Jennings (Texas Tech ’85) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 19-16 Big 12 Record/Finish: 4-12/T9th Postseason: NIT third round Final Ranking: Not ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/2 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

Basketball SID: Randy Farley Office Phone: (806) 742-7600 ext. 260 Cell Phone: (806) 789-3428 E-Mail: randy.farley@ttu.edu Office Fax: (806) 742-7414 Press Row Phone: (806) 742-6688 Website: www.texastech.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Courtney Linehan Lubbock Avalanche-Journal (806) 766-8735 courtney.linehan@lubbockonline.com Radio Play-by-Play: Mark Finkner (806) 744-6888 markfinkner@yahoo.com

Preseason Roster Player Pos. Ht. Paul Cooper F 6-8 Jaye Crockett F 6-7 Mike Davis G 6-2 Wally Dunn G 6-4 Marshall Henderson G 6-2 Theron Jenkins F 6-6 Zach Jones F 6-8 Robert Lewandowski F/C 6-10 Jamel Outler G 6-2 Brad Reese F 6-6 John Roberson G 5-11 D’walyn Roberts F 6-7 Mike Singletary F 6-5 David Tairu G 6-3 Javarez Willis G 5-11

XMEDIA RELATIONS

XCOACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Tad Boyle Alma Mater: Kansas ’85 Record at School: First year Career Record: 56-66 (4 years) Basketball Phone: (303) 492-6877 Assistants: Jean Prioleau (Fordham ’92), Mike Rohn (McPherson College ’90), Tom Abatemarco (Dowling College ’73) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 15-16 Big 12 Record/Finish: 6-10/8th Postseason: None Final Ranking: Not ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/0

Basketball SID: Andrew Green Office Phone: (303) 492-3812 Cell Phone: (720) 470-9780 E-Mail: andrew.green@colorado.edu Office Fax: (303) 492-3811 Press Row Phone: (303) 492-1552/4381 Website: www.cubuffs.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Ryan Thorburn Boulder Daily Camera (303) 473-1313 rthorbrn@aim.com Radio Play-by-Play: Mark Johnson (303) 359-1271 markjohnson@850koa.com

Preseason Roster Wt. 235 200 200 194 160 215 198 256 178 195 168 200 235 177 171

Cl. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr.

Hometown Auburndale, Fla. Clovis, N.M. Houston, Texas Midland, Texas Hurst, Texas Flowood, Miss. Brady, Texas Overland Park, Kan. Houston, Texas Laurel Hill, Fla. Plano, Texas Dallas, Texas Humble, Texas Temple Hills, Md. Homer, La.

Player Carlon Brown Alec Burks Sabatino Chen Javon Coney Austin Dufault Trey Eckloff Shane Harris-Tunks Cory Higgins Levi Knutson Ben Mills Marcus Relphorde Andre Roberson Shannon Sharpe Nate Tomlinson

Pos. Ht. G 6-5 G 6-6 G 6-3 G 6-3 F 6-9 F 6-10 F/C 6-11 G 6-5 G 6-4 C 7-0 G 6-7 G 6-7 G 6-1 G 6-3

Wt. 200 185 180 210 230 235 225 190 200 215 220 190 200 185

Cl. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr.

Hometown Riverside, Calif. Grandview, Mo. Louisville, Colo. Chicago, Ill. Killdeer, N.D. Englewood, Colo. Liverpool, Australia Danville, Calif. Littleton, Colo. Hartland, Wis. Chicago, Ill. Converse, Texas Corona, Calif. Sydney, Australia

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THE OPPONENTS

XCOACHING STAFF

XMEDIA RELATIONS


OKLAHOMA

OPPONENT CAPSULES IOWA STATE

OKLAHOMA STATE

XSaturday, Jan. 29 ‡ 8 p.m. CST ‡ Ames ‡ Cyclone Television Network

THE OPPONENTS

XFred Hoiberg

XSaturday, Feb. 5‡ 12:30 p.m. CST ‡ Stillwater ‡ Big 12 Network XSaturday, March 5 ‡ 3 p.m. CST ‡ Norman ‡ Big 12 Network

XTravis Ford

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

Location: Ames, Iowa Enrollment: 27,945 Nickname: Cyclones Founded: 1858 Colors: Cardinal and Gold Conference: Big 12 Arena: James H. Hilton Coliseum (14,356) President: Dr. Gregory L. Geoffroy Athletics Director: Jamie Pollard

Series Standing: Oklahoma leads 109-77 Last Meeting: OU won 89-84 on Jan. 27, 2010, in Norman

Location: Stillwater, Okla. Enrollment: 35,000 Nickname: Cowboys Founded: 1890 Colors: Orange and Black Conference: Big 12 Arena: Gallagher-Iba Arena (13,611) President: Burns Hargis Athletics Director: Mike Holder

Series Standing: Oklahoma leads 126-92 Last Meeting: Oklahoma State won 8167 on March 10, 2010, in Kansas City

XCOACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Fred Hoiberg Alma Mater: Iowa State ’95 Record at School: First year Career Record: First year Basketball Phone: (515) 294-8232 Assistants: T.J. Otzelberger (UW-Whitewater ’01), Bobby Lutz (UNC Charlotte ’80), Jeff Grayer (Iowa State ’05) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 15-17 Big 12 Record/Finish: 4-12/T9th Postseason: None Final Ranking: Not ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 2/10 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Basketball SID: Mike Green Office Phone: (515) 294-7019 Cell Phone: (515) 460-5804 E-Mail: mgreen@iastate.edu Office Fax: (515) 294-0125 Press Row Phone: (515) 294-6178 Website: www.cyclones.com X MEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Randy Peterson Des Moines Register (515) 284-8132 randypeterson@dmreg.com Radio Play-by-Play: John Walters (515) 222-9393 jwalters@myabc5.com

Preseason Roster Player Chris Allen Darion “Jake” Anderson Chris Babb Anthony Booker Scott Christopherson Melvin Ejim Diante Garrett Calvin Godfrey John Lamb Eric McKnight Bubu Palo DeMarcus Phillips Jordan Railey Jamie Vanderbeken Royce White

Pos. Ht. G 6-3 G 6-2 G 6-5 F 6-9 G 6-3 F 6-6 G 6-4 F 6-8 G 6-1 F 6-9 G 6-1 G 6-2 C 6-11 F 6-11 F 6-8

XCOACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Travis Ford Alma Mater: Kentucky ’94 Record at School: 45-23 (2 years) Career Record: 235-169 (13 years) Basketball Phone: (405) 744-5845 Assistants: Butch Pierre (Mississippi State ’84), Chris Ferguson (Cumberland College ’81), Steve Middleton (S. Illinois ’89) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 22-11 Big 12 Record/Finish: 9-7/6th Postseason: NCAA first round Final Ranking: Not ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Basketball SID: Mike Noteware Office Phone: (405) 744-7756 Cell Phone: (405) 612-4843 E-Mail: mike.noteware@okstate.edu Office Fax: (405) 744-7754 Press Row Phone: (405) 744-5757 Website: www.okstate.com X MEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writers: John Helsley The Oklahoman jhelsley@opubco.com (405) 475-3314 Jimmie Tramel The Tulsa World jimmie.tramel@tulsaworld.com (918) 581-8355 Radio Play-by-Play: Dave Hunziker (405) 880-0747 davehunziker@hotmail.com

Preseason Roster Wt. 205 205 220 245 195 215 190 230 185 220 175 200 245 240 250

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Cl. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr.

Hometown Lawrenceville, Ga. Chicago, Ill. Arlington, Texas Florissant, Mo. LaCrosse, Wis. Toronto, Ontario Milwaukee, Wis. Robbinsdale, Minn. Indianola, Iowa Raleigh, N.C. Ames, Iowa Milwaukee, Wis. Beaverton, Ore. Belleville, Ontario Minneapolis, Minn.

Player Markel Brown Michael Cobbins Reger Dowell Roger Franklin Fred Gulley Marshall Moses Jéan-Paul Olukemi Keiton Page Ray Penn Matt Pilgrim Jarred Shaw Nick Sidorakis Brian Williams Darrell Williams

Pos. Ht. G 6-3 F 6-8 G 6-0 F 6-5 G 6-2 F 6-6 F 6-5 G 5-10 G 5-9 F 6-8 C 6-10 G 6-4 G 6-5 F 6-8

Wt. 185 200 170 215 180 215 215 165 170 230 210 175 205 245

Cl. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Sr. So. Jr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr.

Hometown Alexandria, La. Amarillo, Texas Duncanville, Texas Duncanville, Texas Fayetteville, Ark. Aiken, S.C. LaHabra, Calif. Pawnee, Okla. Richmond, Texas Cincinnati, Ohio Dallas, Texas Jenks, Okla. Baton Rouge, La. Chicago, Ill.


SOONERS

OPPONENT CAPSULES MISSOURI

NEBRASKA

XSaturday, Feb. 12 ‡ 12:30 p.m. CST ‡ Columbia ‡ Big 12 Network

XMike Anderson

XWednesday, Feb. 16 ‡ 8 p.m. CST ‡ Norman ‡ ESPNU

XDoc Sadler

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

Location: Columbia, Mo. Enrollment: 30,200 Nickname: Tigers Founded: 1839 Colors: Old Gold and Black Conference: Big 12 Arena: Mizzou Arena (15,061) President: Gary Forsee Athletics Director: Mike Alden

Series Standing: Oklahoma leads 112-94 Last Meeting: OU won 66-61 on Jan. 16, 2010, in Norman

Location: Lincoln, Neb. Enrollment: 23,000 Nickname: Cornhuskers, Huskers Founded: 1869 Colors: Scarlet and Cream Conference: Big 12 Arena: Bob Devaney Sports Center (13,595) President: Harvey S. Perlman, J.D. Athletics Director: Tom Osborne

Series Standing: Oklahoma leads 104-82 Last Meeting: Nebraska won 63-46 on Jan. 30, 2010, in Lincoln

Head Coach: Mike Anderson Alma Mater: Tulsa ’82 Record at School: 88-46 (4 years) Career Record: 177-87 (7 years) Basketball Phone: (573) 882-3463 Assistants: Melvin Watkins (UNC-Charlotte ’77), T.J. Cleveland (Arkansas ’02), Matt Zimmerman (Arkansas ’90) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 23-11 Big 12 Record/Finish: 10-6/5th Postseason: NCAA second round Final Ranking: Not ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3

Basketball SID: David Reiter Office Phone: (573) 884-2437 Cell Phone: (573) 424-8740 E-Mail: reiterd@missouri.edu Office Fax: (573) 882-4720 Press Row Phone: (573) 882-1442 Website: www.mutigers.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Steve Walentik Columbia Daily Tribune (573) 815-1788 swalentik@tribmail.com Radio Play-by-Play: Mike Kelly (573) 884-1347 kellymp@missouri.edu

Preseason Roster Player Laurence Bowers Marcus Denmon Michael Dixon Kim English Kadeem Green Ricky Kreklow Steve Moore Matt Pressey Phil Pressey Ricardo Ratliffe Justin Safford Jarrett Sutton John Underwood

Pos. Ht. F 6-8 G 6-3 G 6-1 G 6-6 F 6-8 G 6-6 C 6-9 G 6-2 G 5-10 F 6-9 F 6-9 G 6-4 F 6-9

XCOACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Doc Sadler Alma Mater: Arkansas ’82 Record at School: 70-58 (4 years) Career Record: 118-76 (6 years) Basketball Phone: (402) 472-2265 Assistants: Chris Croft (Southern Miss ’95), Wes Flanigan (Auburn ’97), Tracy Webster (Wisconsin ’95)

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Basketball SID: Shamus McKnight Cell Phone: (402) 540-0268 E-Mail: smcknight@huskers.com Office Fax: (402) 472-2005 Press Row Phone: (402) 472-2279 Website: www.huskers.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Brian Rosenthal Lincoln Journal Star (402) 473-7436 brosenthal@journalstar.com Radio Play-by-Play: Kent Pavelka (402) 332-0065 kentpavelka@cox.net

XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 15-18 Big 12 Record/Finish: 2-14/12th Postseason: None Final Ranking: Not ranked Lettermen Returning/Lost: 10/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/2

Preseason Roster Wt. 210 185 180 200 200 195 270 185 168 240 230 190 228

Cl. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So.

Hometown Memphis, Tenn. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Baltimore, Md. Toronto, Ontario Columbia, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Hampton, Va. Bloomington, Ill. Kansas City, Mo. Phoenix, Ariz.

Player Pos. Andre Almeida C Drake Beranek G Kamyron Brown G Jorge Brian Diaz C Mike Fox G Ray Gallegos G Lance Jeter G Eshaunte Jones G Matt Karn G Toney McCray G Trevor Menke G Christopher Niemann C Brandon Richardson G Christian Standhardinger F Jordan Tyrance G/F Brandon Ubel F Caleb Walker G

Ht. 6-11 6-3 6-2 6-11 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-6 5-10 6-11 6-0 6-8 6-4 6-10 6-4

Wt. 315 200 180 245 195 180 225 190 190 215 170 275 190 220 195 240 205

Cl. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. So. So. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. So. Fr. So. Jr.

Hometown Sao Paulo, Brazil Ravenna, Neb. Anaheim, Calif. Caguas, Puerto Rico Beatrice, Neb. Jordan, Utah Beaver Falls, Pa. Fort Wayne, Ind. Philpot, Ky. Missouri City, Texas Beatrice, Neb. Kuhlungsborn, Germany Los Angeles, Calif. Munich, Germany Lincoln, Neb. Overland Park, Kan. Hutchinson, Kan.

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THE OPPONENTS

XCOACHING STAFF

XMEDIA RELATIONS


OKLAHOMA

OPPONENT CAPSULES KANSAS STATE

KANSAS

XSaturday, Feb. 19 ‡ 3 p.m. CST ‡ Manhattan ‡ Big 12 Network

THE OPPONENTS

XFrank Martin

XSaturday, Feb. 26 ‡ 3 p.m. CST ‡ Norman ‡ ESPN

XBill Self

XGENERAL INFORMATION

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XGENERAL INFORMATION

XSERIES INFORMATION

Location: Manhattan, Kan. Enrollment: 23,566 Nickname: Wildcats Founded: 1863 Colors: Purple and White Conference: Big 12 Arena: Bramlage Coliseum (12,528) President: Dr. Kirk H. Schulz Athletics Director: John Currie

Series Standing: Oklahoma leads 102-90 Last Meeting: Kansas State won 83-68 on Feb. 20, 2010, in Norman

Location: Lawrence, Kan. Enrollment: 30,102 Nickname: Jayhawks Founded: 1866 Colors: Crimson and Blue Conference: Big 12 Arena: Allen Fieldhouse (16,300) Chancellor: Bernadette Gray-Little Interim Athletics Director: Sean Lester

Series Standing: Kansas leads 135-64 Last Meeting: Kansas won 81-68 on Feb. 22, 2010, in Lawrence

XCOACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Frank Martin Alma Mater: Florida International ’93 Record at School: 72-32 (3 years) Career Record: Same Basketball Phone: (785) 532-6531 Assistants: Dalonte Hill (Charlotte ’01), Brad Underwood (Kansas State ’86), Matt Figger (Eastern Kentucky ’95) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 29-8 Big 12 Record/Finish: 11-5/T2nd Postseason: NCAA Elite Eight Final Ranking: 7 (AP and Coaches) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Basketball SID: Tom Gilbert Office Phone: (785) 532-7979 Cell Phone: (785) 587-7868 E-Mail: tgilbert@kstatesports.com Office Fax: (785) 532-6093 Press Row Phone: (785) 539-3423 Website: www.k-statesports.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Austin Meek Topeka Capital-Journal (816) 500-7578 austin.meek@cjonline.com Radio Play-by-Play: Wyatt Thompson (785) 532-7982 catvoice@kstatesports.com

Head Coach: Bill Self Alma Mater: Oklahoma State ’85 Record at School: 202-43 (7 years) Career Record: 409-148 (17 years) Basketball Phone: (785) 864-3056 Assistants: Joe Dooley (George Washington ’88), Kurtis Townsend (W. Kentucky ’82), Danny Manning (Kansas ’91) XTEAM INFORMATION

2009-10 Record: 33-3 Big 12 Record/Finish: 15-1/1st Postseason: NCAA second round Final Ranking: 1 (AP), 6 (Coaches) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 14/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3

Basketball SID: Chris Theisen Office Phone: (785) 864-3474 Cell Phone: (785) 331-9356 E-Mail: theisen@ku.edu Office Fax: (785) 864-7944 Press Row Phone: (785) 864-3417 Website: www.kuathletics.com XMEDIA CONTACTS

Beat Writer: Gary Bedore Lawrence Journal-World (785) 423-1352 gbedore@ljworld.com Radio Play-by-Play: Bob Davis (785) 393-1831

Preseason Roster

Preseason Roster Player Pos. Ht. Freddy Asprilla F 6-10 Jordan Henriquez-Roberts F 7-0 Martavious Irving G 6-1 Wally Judge F 6-9 Curtis Kelly F 6-8 Jarrod Kruger G 5-11 Rodney McGruder G 6-4 Juevol Myles G 6-1 Victor Ojeleye F 6-6 Jacob Pullen G 6-0 Nick Russell G 6-4 Jamar Samuels F 6-7 Shane Southwell G 6-6 Will Spradling G 6-3 Nino Williams F 6-5

XCOACHING STAFF

XMEDIA RELATIONS

Wt. 280 245 209 248 239 170 205 190 226 200 200 220 220 170 190

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Hometown Villavicencio, Colombia Port Chester, N.Y. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Washington, D.C. Bronx, N.Y. Topeka, Kan. Washington, D.C. Pickering, Ontario Ottawa, Kan. Maywood, Ill. Duncanville, Texas Washington, D.C. Bronx, N.Y. Overland Park, Kan. Leavenworth, Kan.

Player Elijah Johnson Jordan Juenemann Mario Little Brady Morningstar Marcus Morris Markieff Morris Tyrel Reed Travis Releford Niko Roberts Thomas Robinson Josh Selby Tyshawn Taylor Conner Teahan Justin Wesley Jeff Withey Royce Woolridge

Pos. Ht. G 6-4 G 6-3 G 6-6 G 6-4 F 6-9 F 6-10 G 6-4 G 6-5 G 5-11 F 6-9 G 6-2 G 6-3 G 6-6 F 6-8 C 7-0 G 6-3

Wt. 195 195 218 185 235 252 193 207 175 237 183 185 212 200 235 182

Cl. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Fr.

Hometown Las Vegas, Nev. Hays, Kan. Chicago, Ill. Lawrence, Kan. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Burlington, Kan. Kansas City, Mo. Huntington, N.Y. Washington, D.C. Baltimore, Md. Jersey City, N.J. Leawood, Kan. Fort Worth, Texas San Diego, Calif. Phoenix, Ariz.


SOONERS

NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENT HISTORY Xvs. ARIZONA

Xvs. COPPIN STATE

Games: 6 Standing: Oklahoma leads 5-1 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 2-0 At Tucson: Arizona leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma leads 3-0 Current Win String: Oklahoma, 3

Games: 13 Standing: Oklahoma leads 13-0 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 12-0 At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma leads 1-0 Current Win String: Oklahoma, 13

Year Site Result 1988............ Kansas City, Mo. ................... W, 86-78 1989............ Norman ................................ W, 82-80 1990............ Tucson ................................... L, 74-78 1999............ Milwaukee, Wis. ................... W, 61-60 2002............ San Jose, Calif. ...................... W, 88-67 2010............ Norman ................................ W, 79-62

Xvs. ARKANSAS Games: 24 Standing: Arkansas leads 13-11 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 8-3 At Fayetteville: Arkansas leads 7-3 At Neutral Sites: Arkansas leads 3-0 Current Win String: Oklahoma, 1

Xvs. CHAMINADE Games: 2 Standing: Oklahoma leads 2-0 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 1-0 At Honolulu: Oklahoma leads 1-0 Current Win String: Oklahoma, 2 Year Site Result 1993............ Honolulu, Hawaii................ W, 105-88 2007............ Lahaina, Hawaii.................... W, 72-57

Xvs. CINCINNATI Games: 4 Standing: Tied at 2-2 At Norman: Tied at 1-1 At Cincinnati: Cincinnati leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma leads 1-0 Current Win String: Cincinnati, 2 Year Site Result 1986............ Oklahoma City ...................... W, 78-65 1991............ Norman ........................ W (OT), 89-81 1999............ Cincinnati .............................. L, 59-72 2000............ Norman ................................. L, 57-72

Xvs. CONNECTICUT Games: 4 Standing: Oklahoma leads 3-1 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 2-0 At Storrs: Tied at 1-1 Current Win String: Oklahoma, 1 Year Site Result 2002............ Hartford, Conn. .................... W, 69-67 2003............ Norman ................................ W, 73-63 2004............ Storrs..................................... L, 59-86 2005............ Norman ................................ W, 77-65

The Sooners have dominated home non-conference games over the last decade, winning 77 of 79 non-league contests inside Lloyd Noble Center since Jan. 3, 2000 (good for a .975 winning percentage). Included was a streak of 49 non-conference home victories that was snapped by Villanova on Dec. 6, 2006. Entering the 2010-11 season, the streak stands at 19 wins.

1998 Arizona Final Four pic

Xvs. GARDNER-WEBB Games: 2 Standing: Oklahoma leads 2-0 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 1-0 At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma leads 1-0 Year Site Result 2008............ New York, N.Y. ...................... W, 69-55 2009............ Norman ................................ W, 80-76

Xvs. KENTUCKY Games: 2 Standing: Kentucky leads 2-0 At Lexington: Kentucky leads 2-0

THE OPPONENTS

Year Site Result 1939............ Norman ................................. L, 31-39 1939............ Norman ................................. L, 30-36 1940............ Fayetteville ........................... W, 49-36 1940............ Fayetteville ............................ L, 38-40 1945............ Oklahoma City ....................... L, 51-54 1956............ Norman ................................ W, 69-59 1957............ Fayetteville ............................ L, 55-59 1958............ Norman ................................ W, 64-52 1959............ Fayetteville ............................ L, 52-61 1970............ Norman ................................ W, 85-69 1971............ Norman ............................ W, 115-100 1976............ Fayetteville ............................ L, 56-64 1978............ Norman ................................. L, 53-64 1979............ Fayetteville ............................ L, 74-80 1984............ Anchorage, Alaska ................. L, 78-84 1991............ Fayetteville .......................... L, 88-110 1995............ Honolulu, Hawaii................... L, 84-86 1999............ Norman ................................ W, 87-57 2000............ Fayetteville ........................... W, 66-52 2001............ Norman ................................ W, 88-79 2002............ Fayetteville ........................... W, 69-54 2008............ Norman ................................ W, 83-72 2009............ Fayetteville ............................ L, 88-96 2010............ Norman ................................ W, 67-47

Year Site Result 1991............ Norman ................................ W, 98-79 1992............ Norman ................................ W, 97-70 1994............ Norman ................................ W, 79-64 1995............ Norman ................................ W, 85-74 1997............ Norman ................................ W, 88-64 1998............ Oklahoma City ...................... W, 83-72 1999............ Norman ................................ W, 68-42 2001............ Norman .............................. W, 103-49 2003............ Norman ................................ W, 69-47 2005............ Norman ................................ W, 67-44 2006............ Norman ................................ W, 57-47 2007............ Norman ................................ W, 64-47 2009............ Norman ................................ W, 93-62

Home is Where the “W” Is

Year Site Result 1946............ Lexington, Ky......................... L, 33-43 1987............ Lexington, Ky......................... L, 74-75

Xvs. MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE Games: 2 Standing: Oklahoma leads 2-0 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 2-0 Year Site Result 2009............ Norman ...................................100-64 2010............ Norman .....................................88-54

Xvs. MICHIGAN STATE Games: 7 Standing: Michigan State leads 4-3 At Norman: Tied at 1-1 At Neutral Sites: Michigan State leads 3-2 Current Win String: Oklahoma, 2 Year Site Result 1957............ Kansas City, Mo...............L, 74-76 (OT) 1964............ Tempe, Ariz. ...................... L, 100-118 1993............ Norman ................................ W, 88-86 1999............ St. Louis, Mo. ......................... L, 46-54 2002............ Norman ................................. L, 55-67 2003............ Oklahoma City ...................... W, 60-58 2004............ Auburn Hills, Mich. ........W, 80-77 (OT)

Xvs. ORAL ROBERTS

X Harvey Grant shoots over Arizona defenders in an 86-78 Oklahoma win in the 1988 Final Four. OU, which owns a 5-1 all-time record against the Wildcats, also beat U of A in the 1999 and 2002 NCAA Tournaments. The Sooners won 79-62 last year in Norman in a Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Series meeting.

Xvs. TEXAS SOUTHERN

Xvs. WASHINGTON

Games: 3 Standing: Oklahoma leads 3-0 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 2-0 At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma leads 1-0 Current Win String: Oklahoma, 3

Games: 3 Standing: Oklahoma leads 2-1 At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma leads 2-0 Current Win String: Washington, 1 Year Site Result 1943............ Kansas City, Mo. ................... W, 48-43 1954............ Kansas City, Mo. ................... W, 87-77 2005............ Anchorage, Alaska ................. L, 91-96

Games: 11 Standing: Oklahoma leads 9-2 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 6-1 At Tulsa: Tied at 1-1 At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma leads 2-0 Current Win String: Oklahoma, 9

Year Site Result 1992............ Norman .............................. W, 110-85 1996............ Norman ................................ W, 77-63 2002............ Oklahoma City ...................... W, 97-55

Xvs. VIRGINIA

Xvs. WICHITA STATE

Year Site Result 1976............ Norman ................................. L, 58-64 1977............ Tulsa ...................................... L, 50-68 1988............ Oklahoma City .................... W, 144-93 1989............ Norman ............................ W, 152-122 1992............ Norman .............................. W, 130-89 1995............ Norman ................................ W, 87-53 1996............ Tulsa ..................................... W, 87-53 1999............ Norman ................................ W, 83-72 2001............ Oklahoma City ...................... W, 84-51 2004............ Norman ................................ W, 84-68 2006............ Norman ................................ W, 81-73

Games: 2 Standing: Tied at 1-1 At Neutral Sites: Tied at 1-1 Current Win String: Virginia, 1

Games: 4 Standing: Oklahoma leads 3-1 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 2-0 At Wichita: Tied at 1-1 Current Win String: Wichita State, 1

Year Site Result 1988............ Lahaina, Hawaii.................. W, 109-61 1989............ Lexington, Ky. ....................... L, 80-86

Year Site Result 1936............ Wichita. ................................ W, 40-37 1937............ Norman ................................ W, 36-27 1975............ Norman ................................ W, 75-55 1976............ Wichita. ................................. L, 60-65

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OKLAHOMA

BIG 12 OPPONENT HISTORY Series Dominance Versus Baylor After splitting its first 10 games with Baylor, Oklahoma won the series’ next 30 contests (14 at home, 15 on the road and one neutral court game). The streak finally came to an end last year in Waco. Since the Big 12 Conference was formed, the Sooners are 26-2 against the Bears.

Xvs. BAYLOR

THE OPPONENTS

Games: 42 Standing: Oklahoma leads 35-7 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 17-3 At Waco: Oklahoma leads 16-3 At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma leads 2-1 Current Win String: Baylor, 2 Year Site Result 1917............ Norman .................................W, 42-28 1946............ Oklahoma City ........................ L, 42-43 1947............ Oklahoma City .......................W, 64-47 1952............ Norman .................................W, 56-48 1954............ Waco ...................................... L, 55-63 1955............ Norman .................................. L, 64-80 1955............ Waco ...................................... L, 79-86 1956............ Norman .................................W, 65-55 1957............ Waco .....................................W, 58-56 1978............ Norman .................................. L, 67-75 1979............ Waco .....................................W, 78-75 1994............ Norman ...............................W, 118-91 1995............ Waco .....................................W, 77-68 1996............ Oklahoma City .......................W, 84-71 1997............ Norman .................................W, 84-67 1997............ Waco .....................................W, 72-61 1998............ Waco .....................................W, 61-60 1998............ Norman .................................W, 75-63 1999............ Waco .....................................W, 59-58 1999............ Norman .................................W, 87-63 2000............ Norman .................................W, 76-43 2000............ Waco .....................................W, 68-59 2001............ Waco .....................................W, 65-51 2001............ Norman .................................W, 82-60 2002............ Norman .................................W, 70-57 2002............ Waco .....................................W, 65-54 2003............ Waco .....................................W, 67-54 2003............ Norman .................................W, 91-42 2004............ Waco .....................................W, 78-67 2004............ Norman .................................W, 46-41 2005............ Waco .....................................W, 65-61 2005............ Norman ...............................W, 103-60 2006............ Waco .....................................W, 82-52 2006............ Norman .................................W, 80-52 2007............ Norman .................................W, 91-51 2007............ Waco .....................................W, 68-64 2008............ Waco .....................................W, 77-71 2008............ Norman (OT)..........................W, 92-91 2009............ Norman .................................W, 95-76 2009............ Waco .....................................W, 78-63 2010............ Waco ...................................... L, 60-91 2010............ Norman .................................. L, 63-70

Xvs. COLORADO Games: 136 Standing: Oklahoma leads 87-49 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 46-12 At Boulder: Colorado leads 32-26 At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma leads 15-5 Current Win String: Colorado, 1 Year Site Result 1939............ Boulder .................................. L, 40-52 1939............ Boulder .................................W, 33-29 1948............ Kansas City ............................W, 61-56 1948............ Norman .................................W, 44-35 1948............ Boulder .................................. L, 54-56 1949............ Kansas City ............................W, 56-45 1949............ Boulder .................................W, 43-40 1949............ Norman .................................W, 55-44 1950............ Norman .................................. L, 43-46 1950............ Boulder .................................. L, 49-58 1951............ Boulder .................................W, 61-44 1951............ Norman .................................W, 58-49 1952............ Norman .................................W, 61-52 1952............ Boulder .................................. L, 45-50 1953............ Kansas City ............................. L, 61-76 1953............ Norman .................................W, 72-63 1953............ Boulder .................................W, 83-81 1954............ Boulder .................................. L, 68-80 1954............ Norman .................................. L, 66-71 1955............ Kansas City (OT).....................W, 73-71

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1955............ Norman .................................. L, 55-61 1955............ Boulder .................................. L, 82-91 1956............ Kansas City ............................. L, 69-88 1956............ Norman .................................. L, 53-61 1956............ Boulder .................................. L, 66-67 1957............ Boulder .................................. L, 69-75 1957............ Norman .................................. L, 61-62 1958............ Kansas City ............................W, 53-52 1958............ Boulder .................................W, 51-41 1958............ Norman .................................W, 68-53 1959............ Boulder .................................. L, 56-73 1959............ Norman .................................W, 63-60 1960............ Kansas City ............................. L, 57-61 1960............ Boulder (2OT) ........................W, 64-62 1960............ Norman .................................W, 63-61 1961............ Kansas City ............................W, 64-60 1961............ Boulder .................................W, 56-47 1961............ Norman .................................. L, 45-52 1962............ Norman .................................. L, 50-54 1962............ Boulder .................................. L, 56-64 1963............ Norman .................................. L, 68-77 1963............ Boulder .................................. L, 60-71 1964............ Norman .................................. L, 77-90 1964............ Boulder .................................. L, 65-86 1965............ Norman .................................. L, 70-71 1965............ Boulder .................................. L, 55-57 1966............ Norman .................................W, 64-58 1966............ Boulder .................................. L, 77-92 1967............ Norman .................................W, 71-66 1967............ Boulder .................................. L, 73-83 1968............ Norman .................................W, 71-68 1968............ Boulder .................................W, 84-78 1969............ Kansas City ............................. L, 56-63 1969............ Norman .................................. L, 56-80 1969............ Boulder .................................. L, 69-92 1970............ Kansas City ............................W, 73-72 1970............ Boulder ................................ L, 78-104 1970............ Norman .................................W, 84-77 1971............ Norman .................................W, 88-73 1971............ Boulder .................................. L, 69-99 1972............ Norman .................................W, 78-65 1972............ Boulder .................................W, 74-66 1973............ Boulder .................................. L, 69-90 1973............ Norman .................................W, 78-68 1974............ Norman .................................W, 91-66 1974............ Boulder .................................W, 81-70 1975............ Norman ...............................W, 113-62 1975............ Boulder .................................. L, 87-90 1976............ Kansas City ............................. L, 59-61 1976............ Boulder (2OT) ......................... L, 69-71 1976............ Norman .................................W, 81-69 1977............ Norman .................................W, 62-55 1977............ Boulder .................................. L, 65-79 1977............ Norman .................................W, 68-56 1978............ Boulder .................................W, 73-66 1978............ Norman .................................W, 63-52 1979............ Norman .................................W, 72-64 1979............ Boulder .................................W, 67-62 1979............ Norman .................................W, 77-57 1980............ Boulder .................................. L, 64-65 1980............ Norman .................................. L, 59-60 1981............ Boulder .................................. L, 53-75 1981............ Norman .................................W, 77-71 1982............ Boulder .................................. L, 88-99 1982............ Norman ...............................W, 102-87 1983............ Norman .................................W, 97-79 1983............ Boulder .................................W, 94-84 1984............ Boulder (2OT) ......................W, 100-89 1984............ Norman .................................W, 93-80 1984............ Kansas City ............................W, 90-78 1985............ Boulder .................................W, 90-71 1985............ Norman ...............................W, 110-80 1986............ Boulder .................................W, 94-82 1986............ Norman ...............................W, 117-73 1987............ Boulder .................................W, 87-62 1987............ Norman ...............................W, 108-84 1988............ Boulder .................................W, 96-76 1988............ Norman ...............................W, 134-84 1988............ Kansas City ............................W, 99-66 1989............ Norman ...............................W, 122-86 1989............ Boulder ...............................W, 106-88 1989............ Kansas City (2OT)...................W, 95-87 1990............ Boulder .................................W, 66-61 1990............ Norman .................................W, 86-64

X Oklahoma has defeated Baylor 30 times in the last 32 metings. Three years ago in Norman, Tony Crocker scored seven points in the last 21 seconds to give OU a 92-91 overtime win. His four-point play (Aaron Bruce fouled him on the shot pictured above) with seven seconds left marked the game’s final points.

1990............ Kansas City ............................W, 92-80 1991............ Norman ...............................W, 113-97 1991............ Boulder .................................W, 69-68 1991............ New York ...............................W, 88-78 1992............ Boulder (OT) ........................... L, 68-70 1992............ Norman .................................W, 99-83 1993............ Norman .................................W, 94-70 1993............ Boulder .................................. L, 80-84 1994............ Norman .................................W, 98-85 1994............ Boulder .................................W, 92-84 1995............ Norman .................................W, 98-83 1995............ Boulder .................................W, 82-75 1995............ Kansas City ............................W, 71-53 1996............ Boulder ...............................W, 119-88 1996............ Norman .................................W, 81-59 1997............ Norman .................................W, 91-66 1997............ Kansas City ............................W, 55-41 1998............ Boulder .................................W, 69-68 1999............ Norman .................................W, 89-75 2000............ Boulder .................................. L, 80-88 2001............ Norman .................................W, 86-67 2002............ Boulder .................................W, 82-71 2003............ Norman .................................W, 69-54 2003............ Dallas ....................................W, 74-59 2004............ Boulder (OT) ........................... L, 87-94 2005............ Norman .................................W, 85-55 2006............ Boulder .................................. L, 75-84 2007............ Norman .................................W, 78-54 2008............ Boulder .................................. L, 58-72 2008............ Kansas City ............................W, 54-49 2009............ Norman .................................W, 77-72 2010............ Boulder .................................. L, 67-77

Xvs. IOWA STATE Games: 186 Standing: Oklahoma leads 109-77 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 60-21 At Ames: Iowa State leads 45-36 At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma leads 13-11 Current Win String: Oklahoma, 4 Year Site Result 1922............ Norman .................................. L, 21-25 1922............ Ames .....................................W, 29-27 1923............ Norman .................................. L, 18-29 1923............ Ames ...................................... L, 19-24 1924............ Ames .....................................W, 32-17 1924............ Norman .................................W, 45-37 1925............ Norman .................................W, 27-24 1925............ Ames ...................................... L, 19-22 1927............ Ames .....................................W, 32-29 1927............ Norman .................................W, 36-21 1928............ Ames .....................................W, 51-32 1928............ Norman .................................W, 37-17 1929............ Norman .................................W, 35-22 1929............ Ames .....................................W, 48-34 1930............ Norman .................................. L, 33-34 1930............ Ames ...................................... L, 23-39 1931............ Ames ...................................... L, 25-35 1931............ Norman .................................W, 26-21 1932............ Norman .................................W, 37-32

1932............ Ames ...................................... L, 22-29 1933............ Ames ...................................... L, 25-31 1933............ Norman .................................W, 44-26 1934............ Norman .................................W, 43-20 1934............ Ames ...................................... L, 38-40 1935............ Ames ...................................... L, 22-33 1935............ Norman (OT)........................... L, 44-50 1936............ Norman .................................W, 25-19 1936............ Ames .....................................W, 42-39 1937............ Norman .................................W, 28-22 1937............ Ames .....................................W, 48-42 1938............ Norman .................................W, 48-26 1938............ Ames .....................................W, 35-32 1939............ Ames ...................................... L, 42-51 1939............ Norman .................................W, 60-41 1940............ Norman .................................W, 54-32 1940............ Ames .....................................W, 51-42 1941............ Norman .................................. L, 33-35 1941............ Ames ...................................... L, 30-44 1942............ Norman .................................W, 46-37 1942............ Ames ...................................... L, 43-46 1943............ Ames .....................................W, 46-37 1943............ Norman .................................W, 47-20 1944............ Norman .................................. L, 39-41 1944............ Ames .....................................W, 44-30 1945............ Ames ...................................... L, 43-51 1945............ Kansas City ............................. L, 29-31 1946............ Norman .................................W, 44-43 1946............ Ames ...................................... L, 54-56 1947............ Norman .................................W, 54-40 1947............ Ames .....................................W, 46-45 1948............ Norman .................................W, 66-39 1948............ Ames ...................................... L, 35-55 1949............ Kansas City ............................W, 55-45 1949............ Ames .....................................W, 43-42 1949............ Norman (OT)..........................W, 55-52 1950............ Kansas City ............................W, 66-57 1950............ Ames .....................................W, 63-57 1950............ Norman .................................W, 76-48 1951............ Kansas City ............................W, 68-50 1951............ Ames ...................................... L, 44-48 1951............ Norman .................................W, 52-44 1952............ Norman .................................W, 49-45 1952............ Ames ...................................... L, 48-59 1953............ Kansas City ............................. L, 76-79 1953............ Norman .................................. L, 69-73 1953............ Ames ...................................... L, 59-70 1954............ Norman .................................W, 63-55 1954............ Ames .....................................W, 76-73 1955............ Kansas City ............................. L, 64-71 1955............ Ames .................................... L, 76-105 1955............ Norman .................................. L, 71-84 1956............ Norman .................................. L, 55-58 1956............ Ames ...................................... L, 59-71 1957............ Ames ...................................... L, 54-74 1957............ Norman .................................. L, 56-67 1958............ Norman (OT)........................... L, 56-59 1958............ Ames ...................................... L, 55-66 1959............ Kansas City ............................W, 68-65 1959............ Ames .....................................W, 56-43 1959............ Norman .................................W, 65-50


SOONERS

BIG 12 OPPONENT HISTORY 1981............ Ames ...................................... L, 67-88 1981............ Norman .................................W, 78-66 1982............ Norman .................................W, 68-67 1982............ Ames .....................................W, 85-69 1982............ Norman .................................W, 71-67 1983............ Norman ...............................W, 102-74 1983............ Ames (OT)..............................W, 67-65 1984............ Ames ...................................... L, 68-74 1984............ Norman .................................W, 93-69 1985............ Ames .....................................W, 81-74 1985............ Norman ...............................W, 104-76 1985............ Kansas City ............................W, 73-71 1986............ Norman .................................W, 95-82 1986............ Ames ...................................... L, 70-73 1987............ Norman .................................W, 82-76 1987............ Ames ...................................... L, 84-86 1987............ Kansas City ............................W, 83-73 1988............ Norman ...............................W, 109-86 1988............ Ames .....................................W, 96-91 1989............ Ames (OT)..........................W, 109-100 1989............ Norman ...............................W, 126-97 1989............ Kansas City ............................W, 76-74 1990............ Norman ...............................W, 107-96 1990............ Ames .....................................W, 86-81 1991............ Ames ...................................... L, 79-82 1991............ Norman .................................. L, 88-97 1992............ Ames ...................................... L, 71-73 1992............ Norman .................................W, 96-70 1993............ Ames (OT)............................... L, 74-81 1993............ Norman .................................W, 81-77 1993............ Kansas City ............................. L, 55-69 1994............ Ames .....................................W, 93-90 1994............ Norman .................................. L, 82-95 1995............ Norman .................................W, 79-78 1995............ Ames .....................................W, 71-68 1996............ Ames ...................................... L, 61-67 1996............ Norman .................................. L, 58-70 1997............ Ames ...................................... L, 55-82 1998............ Norman .................................W, 64-63 1999............ Ames .....................................W, 56-52 2000............ Norman (2 OT).......................W, 80-75 2000............ Kansas City ............................. L, 58-70 2001............ Ames .................................... L, 80-100 2002............ Norman .................................W, 89-75 2003............ Ames .....................................W, 70-60 2004............ Norman .................................W, 75-48 2005............ Ames ...................................... L, 66-74 2006............ Norman .................................W, 83-82 2007............ Ames ...................................... L, 51-58 2007............ Oklahoma City .......................W, 68-63 2008............ Norman .................................W, 76-64 2009............ Ames .....................................W, 78-68 2010............ Norman .................................W, 89-84

X No. 6 seed Kansas upset No. 1 seed Oklahoma, 83-79, in the 1988 national title game. The Jayhawks are the only Big 12 program with a winning record against OU.

Xvs. KANSAS Games: 199 Standing: Kansas leads 135-64 At Norman: Kansas leads 45-40 At Lawrence: Kansas leads 69-16 At Neutral Sites: Kansas leads 21-8 Current Win String: Kansas, 6 Year Site Result 1920..........Lawrence .................................. L, 28-32 1920..........Lawrence .................................. L, 26-42 1921..........Norman .................................... L, 30-33 1921..........Norman .................................... L, 32-37 1922..........Norman .................................... L, 24-41 1922..........Lawrence .................................. L, 28-42 1923..........Norman .................................... L, 21-27 1923..........Lawrence .................................. L, 18-42 1924..........Lawrence .................................. L, 19-21 1924..........Norman ...................................W, 26-20 1925..........Lawrence .................................. L, 20-34 1925..........Norman .................................... L, 22-23 1926..........Lawrence .................................W, 29-21 1926..........Norman .................................... L, 21-29 1928..........Norman ...................................W, 45-19 1928..........Lawrence .................................W, 30-21 1929..........Lawrence .................................W, 27-25 1929..........Norman ...................................W, 40-25 1930..........Norman .................................... L, 34-22 1930..........Lawrence .................................. L, 23-25 1931..........Lawrence .................................. L, 22-44 1931..........Norman ...................................W, 33-30 1932..........Norman (OT) ............................W, 31-26 1932..........Lawrence .................................. L, 29-33 1933..........Norman ...................................W, 25-23 1933..........Lawrence .................................. L, 26-35 1934..........Lawrence .................................. L, 16-22 1934..........Lawrence .................................. L, 23-28 1934..........Norman .................................... L, 26-33 1934..........Norman .................................... L, 25-39 1935..........Lawrence .................................. L, 23-50 1935..........Lawrence .................................W, 36-26 1935..........Norman .................................... L, 31-40 1935..........Norman .................................... L, 42-47 1936..........Norman .................................... L, 36-43 1936..........Lawrence .................................. L, 26-51 1937..........Norman .................................... L, 26-28 1937..........Lawrence .................................. L, 19-39 1938..........Lawrence .................................W, 49-46 1938..........Norman .................................... L, 38-41 1939..........Norman ...................................W, 43-31 1939..........Lawrence .................................. L, 45-59 1940..........Lawrence .................................. L, 26-46 1940..........Norman ...................................W, 47-36 1940..........Wichita ..................................... L, 39-45 1941..........Norman ...................................W, 42-31 1941..........Lawrence .................................W, 45-37 1942..........Lawrence .................................. L, 32-54 1942..........Norman ...................................W, 63-51 1943..........Norman .................................... L, 44-48 1943..........Lawrence .................................. L, 35-42 1944..........Lawrence .................................W, 24-23 1944..........Norman ...................................W, 39-35 1945..........Norman (OT) ............................W, 44-43 1945..........Lawrence .................................. L, 27-42 1946..........Oklahoma City .......................... L, 46-53 1946..........Lawrence .................................. L, 52-53 1946..........Norman .................................... L, 45-52 1947..........Oklahoma City .......................... L, 45-51 1947..........Norman ...................................W, 50-47 1947..........Lawrence .................................. L, 36-38 1948..........Lawrence (OT)........................... L, 38-39 1948..........Norman ...................................W, 50-46 1949..........Kansas City ..............................W, 52-49 1949..........Norman ...................................W, 38-36 1949..........Lawrence .................................W, 55-45 1950..........Lawrence .................................. L, 50-56 1950..........Norman (OT) ............................W, 52-49 1951..........Norman .................................... L, 52-58 1951..........Lawrence .................................W, 61-59 1952..........Lawrence .................................. L, 48-71 1952..........Norman .................................... L, 55-74 1953..........Norman ...................................W, 76-61 1953..........Lawrence .................................. L, 59-87 1954..........Kansas City ............................... L, 73-82 1954..........Lawrence .................................. L, 72-76 1954..........Norman .................................... L, 80-93 1955..........Norman .................................... L, 75-87 1955..........Lawrence .................................. L, 67-71 1956..........Lawrence .................................. L, 77-65 1956..........Norman ...................................W, 69-68 1957..........Kansas City ............................... L, 56-74 1957..........Norman .................................... L, 51-59 1957..........Lawrence .................................. L, 56-76

OU vs. the Big 12 (Since conference’s inception)

vs. Baylor vs. Colorado vs. Iowa State vs. Kansas vs. Kansas State vs. Missouri vs. Nebraska vs. Oklahoma State vs. Texas vs. Texas A&M vs. Texas Tech Total

26-2 12-5 11-5 4-14 10-5 13-8 10-6 16-15 18-16 23-6 20-10

163-92 (.639)

1958..........Kansas City ............................... L, 50-68 1958..........Norman ...................................W, 64-62 1958..........Lawrence (OT)........................... L, 59-60 1959..........Norman ...................................W, 45-38 1959..........Lawrence .................................. L, 44-71 1960..........Kansas City ............................... L, 54-55 1960..........Norman .................................... L, 53-54 1960..........Lawrence .................................. L, 52-65 1961..........Norman .................................... L, 55-58 1961..........Lawrence .................................. L, 56-81 1962..........Kansas City ..............................W, 61-60 1962..........Lawrence (OT)..........................W, 67-66 1962..........Norman ...................................W, 63-62 1963..........Norman .................................... L, 55-86 1963..........Lawrence .................................W, 64-62 1964..........Norman (OT) ............................W, 65-63 1964..........Lawrence .................................. L, 72-84 1965..........Lawrence .................................. L, 68-77 1965..........Norman .................................... L, 57-74 1966..........Lawrence .................................. L, 68-89 1966..........Norman .................................... L, 69-86 1967..........Kansas City ............................... L, 73-86 1967..........Lawrence .................................. L, 73-97 1967..........Norman .................................... L, 74-82 1968..........Kansas City ............................... L, 57-73 1968..........Lawrence .................................. L, 70-72 1968..........Norman (OT) ............................. L, 80-85 1969..........Norman (OT) ............................. L, 59-66 1969..........Lawrence .................................. L, 58-83 1970..........Kansas City (OT) .......................W, 68-64 1970..........Lawrence .................................. L, 41-78 1970..........Norman ...................................W, 82-77 1971..........Norman .................................... L, 68-71 1971..........Lawrence (OT)........................... L, 52-54 1972..........Kansas City ..............................W, 97-69 1972..........Lawrence .................................. L, 74-77 1972..........Norman (2OT) ..........................W, 84-82 1973..........Lawrence .................................. L, 69-76 1973..........Norman ...................................W, 60-58 1974..........Kansas City ............................... L, 72-82 1974..........Norman .................................... L, 79-82 1974..........Lawrence .................................. L, 80-98 1975..........Norman .................................... L, 54-69 1975..........Lawrence .................................. L, 63-74 1976..........Lawrence .................................W, 64-63 1976..........Norman .................................... L, 55-50 1977..........Kansas City (OT) ........................ L, 70-74 1977..........Norman ...................................W, 71-67 1977..........Lawrence .................................. L, 81-91 1978..........Kansas City ............................... L, 76-79 1978..........Lawrence .................................. L, 61-91 1978..........Norman .................................... L, 68-69 1979..........Kansas City ............................... L, 75-86 1979..........Norman ...................................W, 68-45 1979..........Lawrence .................................. L, 62-74 1979..........Kansas City ..............................W, 80-65 1980..........Norman .................................... L, 67-72 1980..........Lawrence .................................. L, 66-69 1981..........Norman .................................... L, 78-82 1981..........Lawrence .................................. L, 67-96 1982..........Lawrence .................................. L, 53-55 1982..........Norman ...................................W, 79-76 1983..........Norman ...................................W, 95-72 1983..........Lawrence .................................. L, 53-55 1983..........Kansas City ............................... L, 77-87 1984..........Norman .................................W, 103-84

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THE OPPONENTS

1960............ Norman .................................W, 65-47 1960............ Ames .....................................W, 58-47 1961............ Kansas City ............................. L, 55-67 1961............ Ames ...................................... L, 56-57 1961............ Norman .................................. L, 55-61 1962............ Kansas City ............................. L, 46-49 1962............ Norman .................................W, 63-49 1962............ Ames ...................................... L, 66-72 1963............ Norman .................................W, 91-85 1963............ Ames ...................................... L, 69-77 1964............ Kansas City ............................W, 82-79 1964............ Ames ...................................... L, 77-87 1964............ Norman .................................. L, 73-78 1965............ Kansas City ............................W, 76-72 1965............ Norman .................................. L, 72-73 1965............ Ames ...................................... L, 81-87 1966............ Kansas City ............................. L, 82-87 1966............ Norman .................................. L, 82-92 1966............ Ames .....................................W, 80-78 1967............ Ames ...................................... L, 87-93 1967............ Norman .................................. L, 63-69 1968............ Kansas City ............................W, 76-71 1968............ Ames ...................................... L, 70-80 1968............ Norman .................................W, 87-67 1969............ Kansas City ............................. L, 62-67 1969............ Ames ...................................... L, 61-87 1969............ Norman .................................W, 84-78 1970............ Norman .................................W, 74-68 1970............ Ames .....................................W, 75-73 1971............ Kansas City ............................. L, 71-74 1971............ Ames .....................................W, 86-75 1971............ Norman .................................W, 95-88 1972............ Ames .....................................W, 77-72 1972............ Norman .................................W, 82-77 1973............ Kansas City ............................. L, 84-87 1973............ Ames ...................................... L, 91-94 1973............ Norman .................................W, 86-84 1974............ Ames (OT)..............................W, 71-69 1974............ Norman .................................W, 88-70 1975............ Ames .....................................W, 91-89 1975............ Norman .................................W, 84-79 1976............ Kansas City ............................W, 71-51 1976............ Norman .................................W, 75-63 1976............ Ames ...................................... L, 57-62 1977............ Ames .....................................W, 62-52 1977............ Norman .................................W, 94-68 1978............ Kansas City (OT).....................W, 74-69 1978............ Norman .................................. L, 74-76 1978............ Ames ...................................... L, 71-77 1979............ Norman .................................W, 98-83 1979............ Ames ...................................... L, 65-66 1980............ Ames .....................................W, 93-78 1980............ Norman .................................. L, 61-66


OKLAHOMA

THE OPPONENTS

BIG 12 OPPONENT HISTORY 1984..........Lawrence (OT)..........................W, 92-82 1984..........Kansas City ............................... L, 78-79 1985..........Norman ...................................W, 87-76 1985..........Lawrence .................................. L, 76-82 1986..........Lawrence .................................. L, 92-98 1986..........Norman .................................... L, 80-87 1986..........Kansas City ............................... L, 70-72 1987..........Norman ...................................W, 76-74 1987..........Lawrence .................................. L, 84-86 1987..........Kansas City ............................... L, 77-82 1988..........Lawrence .................................W, 73-65 1988..........Norman ...................................W, 95-87 1988..........* Kansas City ............................. L, 79-83 1989..........Norman .................................W, 123-95 1989..........Lawrence (OT)..........................W, 94-89 1990..........Lawrence .................................. L, 74-85 1990..........Norman .................................W, 100-78 1990..........Kansas City ..............................W, 95-77 1991..........Norman ...................................W, 88-82 1991..........Lawrence ................................ L, 87-109 1992..........Norman .................................... L, 95-96 1992..........Lawrence .................................. L, 65-84 1992..........Kansas City ............................... L, 67-85 1993..........Norman .................................... L, 85-96 1993..........Lawrence .................................W, 80-77 1994..........Lawrence .................................. L, 84-94 1994..........Norman .................................... L, 81-84 1995..........Lawrence .................................. L, 76-93 1995..........Norman ...................................W, 76-73 1996..........Lawrence .................................. L, 66-72 1996..........Norman ...................................W, 85-79 1997..........Norman .................................... L, 68-70 1998..........Lawrence .................................. L, 70-83 1998..........Kansas City ............................... L, 58-72 1999..........Norman .................................... L, 50-60 2000..........Lawrence .................................. L, 50-53 2001..........Norman .................................... L, 61-69 2001..........Kansas City ..............................W, 62-57 2002..........Lawrence .................................. L, 67-74 2002..........Kansas City ..............................W, 64-55 2003..........Norman ...................................W, 77-70 2004..........Lawrence .................................. L, 58-79 2005..........Norman ...................................W, 71-63 2006..........Lawrence .................................. L, 58-59 2007..........Norman .................................... L, 65-67 2007..........Oklahoma City .......................... L, 47-64 2008..........Lawrence .................................. L, 55-85 2009..........Norman .................................... L, 78-87 2010..........Lawrence .................................. L, 68-81 *NCAA Championship Game

Xvs. KANSAS STATE Games: 192 Standing: Oklahoma leads 102-90 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 58-25 At Manhattan: Kansas State leads 54-35 At Neutral Sites: Kansas State leads 11-9 Current Win String: Kansas State, 1 Year Site Result 1920............ Manhattan ............................. L, 18-37 1920............ Manhattan ............................. L, 14-21 1920............ Norman .................................W, 37-28 1920............ Norman .................................W, 28-26 1921............ Manhattan ............................. L, 16-28 1921............ Manhattan ............................... L, 9-23 1922............ Norman .................................W, 31-26 1922............ Manhattan ............................W, 32-21 1923............ Manhattan ............................W, 23-18 1923............ Norman .................................W, 40-25 1924............ Manhattan ............................W, 29-15 1924............ Norman .................................W, 34-22 1925............ Manhattan ............................W, 35-23 1925............ Norman .................................. L, 29-34 1927............ Norman .................................W, 35-20 1927............ Manhattan ............................. L, 19-29 1928............ Norman .................................W, 40-29 1928............ Manhattan ............................W, 40-27 1929............ Manhattan ............................W, 44-23 1929............ Norman .................................W, 41-28 1930............ Manhattan ............................. L, 23-24 1930............ Norman .................................. L, 32-37 1931............ Manhattan ............................. L, 15-35 1931............ Norman .................................W, 43-39 1932............ Manhattan ............................. L, 24-31 1932............ Norman .................................W, 34-22 1933............ Manhattan ............................W, 28-16 1933............ Norman .................................W, 39-36 1934............ Manhattan ............................W, 30-20 1934............ Norman .................................W, 68-21 1935............ Norman .................................W, 47-34 1935............ Norman .................................W, 38-32 1935............ Manhattan ............................W, 24-22 1935............ Manhattan ............................. L, 18-31

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X Oklahoma and Kansas State played four games between 2001 and 2006 that were decided by one or two points. The Sooners won all four. Pictured above, OU celebrated a last-second 69-68 victory in Manhattan in 2005.

1936............ Manhattan ............................W, 42-32 1936............ Norman .................................W, 46-36 1937............ Norman .................................W, 47-41 1937............ Manhattan ............................W, 34-32 1938............ Norman .................................W, 54-30 1938............ Manhattan ............................W, 44-35 1939............ Norman .................................W, 37-35 1939............ Manhattan ............................W, 50-38 1940............ Manhattan ............................W, 34-33 1940............ Norman .................................W, 34-29 1941............ Manhattan (OT) ...................... L, 36-41 1941............ Norman .................................W, 46-38 1942............ Norman .................................W, 47-40 1942............ Manhattan ............................W, 26-25 1943............ Norman .................................W, 57-38 1943............ Manhattan ............................W, 38-35 1944............ Norman .................................W, 61-28 1944............ Manhattan ............................W, 43-34 1945............ Manhattan ............................. L, 54-55 1945............ Norman .................................W, 49-36 1946............ Norman .................................W, 57-32 1946............ Manhattan ............................W, 57-44 1947............ Kansas City ............................. L, 55-59 1947............ Manhattan ............................W, 50-30 1947............ Norman .................................W, 57-38 1948............ Kansas City ............................. L, 48-55 1948............ Manhattan ............................W, 49-47 1948............ Norman .................................W, 56-52 1949............ Norman .................................. L, 45-47 1949............ Manhattan ............................. L, 45-51 1950............ Kansas City ............................W, 55-50 1950............ Norman .................................. L, 42-43 1950............ Manhattan ............................. L, 68-91 1951............ Kansas City ............................. L, 53-55 1951............ Norman .................................W, 49-46 1951............ Manhattan ............................. L, 48-87 1952............ Kansas City ............................. L, 69-84 1952............ Norman .................................. L, 54-65 1952............ Manhattan ............................. L, 58-78 1953............ Kansas City ............................. L, 69-93 1953............ Manhattan ............................. L, 64-84 1953............ Norman .................................. L, 60-76 1954............ Norman .................................. L, 53-63 1954............ Manhattan ............................. L, 68-90 1955............ Manhattan ............................. L, 82-90 1955............ Norman .................................. L, 60-71 1956............ Kansas City ............................. L, 64-86 1956............ Norman .................................. L, 60-61 1956............ Manhattan ............................. L, 63-71 1957............ Kansas City ............................W, 67-64 1957............ Norman .................................W, 69-67 1957............ Manhattan ............................. L, 45-74 1958............ Norman .................................. L, 60-64 1958............ Manhattan ............................. L, 51-68 1959............ Kansas City ............................. L, 59-73 1959............ Manhattan ............................. L, 45-90 1959............ Norman .................................. L, 55-75 1960............ Manhattan ............................. L, 68-76

1960............ Norman .................................W, 58-35 1961............ Kansas City ............................. L, 52-73 1961............ Manhattan ............................. L, 57-69 1961............ Norman .................................. L, 63-71 1962............ Norman .................................. L, 63-71 1962............ Manhattan ............................. L, 57-89 1963............ Norman .................................W, 81-75 1963............ Manhattan ........................... L, 69-100 1964............ Norman .................................. L, 91-97 1964............ Manhattan ............................. L, 70-99 1965............ Kansas City ............................. L, 65-75 1965............ Manhattan ............................. L, 69-71 1965............ Norman .................................W, 80-65 1966............ Manhattan ............................. L, 73-84 1966............ Norman .................................W, 80-77 1967............ Kansas City ........................... L, 76-102 1967............ Norman ................................ L, 82-102 1967............ Manhattan ............................. L, 71-84 1968............ Norman .................................W, 73-62 1968............ Manhattan ............................. L, 48-72 1969............ Manhattan ............................. L, 62-87 1969............ Norman .................................. L, 59-69 1970............ Kansas City ............................W, 72-67 1970............ Manhattan ............................. L, 56-77 1970............ Norman .................................W, 80-73 1971............ Kansas City ............................W, 83-52 1971............ Norman .................................W, 75-68 1971............ Manhattan ............................. L, 70-78 1972............ Kansas City ............................. L, 60-62 1972............ Manhattan ............................. L, 58-70 1972............ Norman .................................. L, 71-80 1973............ Norman .................................W, 81-69 1973............ Manhattan ............................. L, 78-82 1974............ Norman .................................W, 65-63 1974............ Manhattan ............................. L, 67-90 1975............ Manhattan ............................. L, 72-87 1975............ Norman .................................W, 78-71 1976............ Norman .................................. L, 51-65 1976............ Manhattan ............................. L, 70-75 1977............ Norman .................................W, 64-63 1977............ Manhattan ............................. L, 55-68 1978............ Manhattan (OT) ...................... L, 64-73 1978............ Norman .................................. L, 54-65 1978............ Manhattan ............................. L, 44-52 1979............ Kansas City ............................W, 62-61 1979............ Manhattan ............................W, 70-62 1979............ Norman .................................W, 65-52 1979............ Kansas City ............................W, 72-68 1980............ Manhattan ............................W, 72-62 1980............ Norman .................................W, 56-55 1981............ Norman .................................W, 65-63 1981............ Manhattan ........................... L, 71-108 1981............ Manhattan ............................. L, 56-75 1982............ Manhattan ............................. L, 42-47 1982............ Norman .................................W, 68-58 1982............ Kansas City ............................W, 68-62 1983............ Manhattan ............................W, 64-62 1983............ Norman .................................W, 72-70

1984............ Manhattan ............................W, 83-80 1984............ Norman .................................W, 80-74 1985............ Norman .................................W, 94-75 1985............ Manhattan ............................W, 81-75 1986............ Manhattan ............................W, 83-80 1986............ Norman .................................W, 85-77 1987............ Manhattan ........................... W, 81-78 1987............ Norman .................................. L, 89-90 1988............ Manhattan ............................. L, 62-69 1988............ Norman ...............................W, 112-95 1988............ Kansas City ............................W, 88-83 1989............ Manhattan ............................W, 90-82 1989............ Norman .................................W, 86-82 1990............ Manhattan ............................. L, 51-66 1990............ Norman .................................W, 85-68 1991............ Manhattan ............................. L, 70-95 1991............ Norman (OT)......................... L, 98-101 1992............ Manhattan ..........................W, 117-76 1992............ Norman ...............................W, 104-75 1993............ Manhattan ............................. L, 61-62 1993............ Norman .................................. L, 63-67 1994............ Norman .................................W, 87-77 1994............ Manhattan ............................. L, 76-89 1995............ Manhattan ............................. L, 77-87 1995............ Norman .................................W, 81-66 1996............ Manhattan ............................W, 64-59 1996............ Norman .................................. L, 60-75 1997............ Manhattan ............................. L, 63-67 1998............ Norman .................................W, 71-64 1999............ Manhattan ............................. L, 51-66 2000............ Norman .................................W, 85-64 2001............ Manhattan (OT) .....................W, 64-63 2002............ Norman .................................W, 73-62 2002............ Kansas City ............................W, 63-52 2003............ Manhattan (OT) .....................W, 91-89 2004............ Norman .................................W, 61-49 2005............ Manhattan ............................W, 69-68 2006............ Norman .................................W, 71-70 2007............ Manhattan ............................. L, 61-72 2008............ Norman .................................. L, 82-84 2009............ Manhattan ............................W, 61-53 2010............ Norman .................................. L, 68-83

Xvs. MISSOURI Games: 206 Standing: Oklahoma leads 112-94 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 64-21 At Columbia: Missouri leads 59-29 At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma leads 19-14 Current Win String: Oklahoma, 1 Year Site Result 1916............ Columbia ................................ L, 20-50 1916............ Columbia ...............................W, 29-28 1920............ Columbia ................................ L, 21-33 1920............ Columbia ................................ L, 18-51 1921............ Norman .................................. L, 24-47


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BIG 12 OPPONENT HISTORY 1962............ Columbia ...............................W, 63-55 1963............ Kansas City ........................... L, 82-104 1963............ Norman .................................W, 84-78 1963............ Columbia ...............................W, 68-67 1964............ Kansas City ............................. L, 88-95 1964............ Columbia ................................ L, 74-84 1964............ Norman .................................W, 86-84 1965............ Norman .................................W, 87-74 1965............ Columbia ................................ L, 82-89 1966............ Norman .................................W, 88-70 1966............ Columbia .............................W, 103-89 1967............ Kansas City ............................W, 76-67 1967............ Columbia ...............................W, 75-65 1967............ Norman .................................W, 90-75 1968............ Columbia ...............................W, 71-70 1968............ Norman ................................ W, 76-72 1969............ Norman .................................W, 62-58 1969............ Columbia ................................ L, 49-69 1970............ Norman .................................W, 52-48 1970............ Columbia ................................ L, 47-55 1971............ Kansas City ............................W, 70-63 1971............ Columbia ................................ L, 78-84 1971............ Norman .................................W, 92-63 1972............ Norman .................................W, 78-77 1972............ Columbia ................................ L, 62-76 1973............ Kansas City ............................. L, 68-69 1973............ Norman .................................W, 90-77 1973............ Columbia ................................ L, 62-64 1974............ Kansas City ............................. L, 70-73 1974............ Columbia ...............................W, 98-92 1974............ Norman .................................W, 97-80 1975............ Kansas City (2OT).................... L, 81-83 1975............ Norman ................................. L, 66-77 1975............ Columbia ................................ L, 87-88 1976............ Columbia ................................ L, 58-72 1976............ Norman .................................W, 68-57 1977............ Columbia ................................ L, 60-69 1977............ Norman .................................W, 66-63 1977............ Kansas City ............................. L, 75-90 1978............ Norman (OT)..........................W, 73-70 1978............ Columbia ...............................W, 65-64 1979............ Columbia ................................ L, 67-73 1979............ Norman .................................W, 80-76 1980............ Norman .................................W, 78-73 1980............ Columbia ................................ L, 69-81 1981............ Columbia ................................ L, 52-81 1981............ Norman .................................W, 60-55 1982............ Columbia ................................ L, 64-84 1982............ Norman .................................. L, 55-60 1982............ Kansas City ............................. L, 63-68 1983............ Columbia ................................ L, 41-48 1983............ Norman (OT)........................... L, 79-84 1984............ Norman .................................W, 76-65 1984............ Columbia ...............................W, 61-60 1984............ Kansas City ............................W, 72-66 1985............ Norman .................................W, 92-65 1985............ Columbia ...............................W, 88-84 1985............ Kansas City ..........................W, 104-84 1986............ Norman .................................W, 88-84 1986............ Columbia .............................. L, 88-101 1986............ Kansas City ............................W, 78-75 1987............ Columbia ................................ L, 83-87 1987............ Norman .................................W, 81-78 1988............ Norman .............................W, 120-101 1988............ Columbia (OT) ........................ L, 90-93 1988............ Kansas City ..........................W, 102-99 1989............ Norman .............................W, 112-105 1989............ Columbia ................................ L, 84-97 1989............ Kansas City ............................. L, 86-98 1990............ Columbia ................................ L, 90-92 1990............ Norman ...............................W, 107-90 1991............ Columbia ................................ L, 72-80 1991............ Norman .................................W, 95-87 1992............ Norman .................................. L, 92-99 1992............ Columbia ...............................W, 81-67 1993............ Norman ................................ W, 95-84 1993............ Columbia ...............................W, 69-68 1994............ Norman ............................... L, 94-104 1994............ Columbia ................................ L, 83-99 1995............ Norman .................................W, 94-89 1995............ Columbia (OT) ........................ L, 81-83 1996............ Columbia ................................ L, 73-75 1996............ Norman ...............................W, 104-68 1996............ Kansas City (OT)...................... L, 88-92 1997............ Columbia ................................ L, 73-80 1997............ Kansas City ............................. L, 80-89 1998............ Norman .................................W, 80-76 1998............ Kansas City ............................W, 58-53 1999............ Columbia ...............................W, 69-57 2000............ Norman .................................W, 83-56 2000............ Kansas City (OT).....................W, 84-80 2001............ Columbia ...............................W, 63-61 2001............ Kansas City ............................W, 67-65 2002............ Norman .................................W, 84-71 2002............ San Jose, Calif. .......................W, 81-75 2003............ Columbia ................................ L, 52-67

2003............ Dallas ....................................W, 49-47 2004............ Norman (OT)........................... L, 75-79 2005............ Columbia (OT) ........................ L, 65-68 2005............ Kansas City ............................W, 83-79 2006............ Norman .................................. L, 69-71 2007............ Columbia ................................ L, 68-72 2008............ Norman .................................W, 75-66 2009............ Columbia ................................ L, 64-73 2010............ Norman .................................W, 66-61

Xvs. NEBRASKA Games: 186 Standing: Oklahoma leads 104-82 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 60-20 At Lincoln: Nebraska leads 47-37 At Neutral Sites: Nebraska leads 15-7 Current Win String: Nebraska, 1 Year Site Result 1921............ Lincoln ................................... L, 20-34 1921............ Lincoln ................................... L, 22-32 1922............ Norman .................................W, 29-21 1922............ Lincoln ................................... L, 34-49 1923............ Lincoln ................................... L, 19-23 1923............ Norman .................................W, 31-25 1924............ Lincoln ................................... L, 21-35 1924............ Norman .................................W, 32-20 1925............ Norman .................................. L, 18-23 1925............ Lincoln ................................... L, 17-31 1927............ Norman .................................. L, 29-36 1927............ Lincoln ................................... L, 26-36 1928............ Lincoln ..................................W, 38-36 1928............ Norman .................................W, 43-29 1929............ Norman .................................W, 29-20 1929............ Lincoln ..................................W, 39-34 1930............ Lincoln ................................... L, 20-35 1930............ Norman .................................. L, 37-47 1931............ Norman .................................. L, 30-33 1931............ Lincoln ................................... L, 30-41 1932............ Lincoln ..................................W, 37-34

1932............ Norman .................................W, 46-32 1933............ Norman .................................W, 39-35 1933............ Lincoln ..................................W, 38-27 1934............ Lincoln ..................................W, 44-36 1934............ Norman .................................W, 53-23 1935............ Norman .................................W, 38-22 1935............ Lincoln ................................... L, 24-32 1936............ Norman .................................. L, 33-40 1936............ Lincoln ................................... L, 28-55 1937............ Lincoln ..................................W, 34-31 1937............ Norman .................................. L, 29-33 1938............ Norman .................................W, 50-48 1938............ Lincoln ................................... L, 42-52 1939............ Norman .................................W, 56-39 1939............ Lincoln ..................................W, 53-47 1940............ Lincoln ..................................W, 56-41 1940............ Norman .................................W, 45-28 1941............ Lincoln ..................................W, 40-29 1941............ Norman .................................. L, 42-43 1942............ Norman .................................W, 37-29 1942............ Lincoln ..................................W, 46-41 1943............ Lincoln ..................................W, 56-32 1943............ Norman .................................W, 65-48 1944............ Norman .................................W, 45-35 1944............ Lincoln ..................................W, 43-32 1945............ Lincoln ..................................W, 44-37 1945............ Oklahoma City .......................W, 48-45 1946............ Norman .................................W, 70-48 1946............ Lincoln ..................................W, 51-44 1947............ Kansas City ............................W, 63-53 1947............ Lincoln ................................... L, 41-44 1947............ Norman .................................W, 63-49 1948............ Norman .................................W, 79-57 1948............ Lincoln ..................................W, 81-74 1949............ Norman .................................W, 47-45 1949............ Lincoln ..................................W, 56-49 1949............ Kansas City ............................. L, 56-57 1950............ Norman .................................. L, 55-57 1950............ Lincoln ..................................W, 64-48 1951............ Norman .................................W, 72-49 1951............ Lincoln ................................... L, 44-46

X Aaron McGhee and the 2001-02 Sooners cut down the nets after OU beat Missouri to advance to the Final Four. OU has won 13 of the last 19 meetings.

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THE OPPONENTS

1921............ Norman .................................. L, 19-34 1922............ Columbia ................................ L, 27-46 1922............ Norman .................................. L, 22-66 1923............ Columbia ................................ L, 20-48 1923............ Norman .................................. L, 29-38 1924............ Norman .................................W, 22-20 1924............ Columbia ................................ L, 21-25 1925............ Columbia ...............................W, 22-15 1925............ Norman .................................W, 42-22 1926............ Norman .................................W, 26-23 1926............ Columbia ...............................W, 36-27 1927............ Columbia ................................ L, 36-48 1927............ Norman .................................W, 43-20 1928............ Columbia ...............................W, 40-24 1928............ Norman .................................W, 34-33 1929............ Columbia ...............................W, 40-34 1929............ Norman .................................W, 36-35 1930............ Norman .................................. L, 32-36 1930............ Columbia ................................ L, 20-37 1931............ Columbia ................................ L, 14-22 1931............ Norman .................................. L, 17-27 1932............ Columbia ................................ L, 20-27 1932............ Norman .................................W, 28-17 1933............ Norman .................................W, 31-26 1933............ Columbia ................................ L, 30-40 1934............ Norman .................................. L, 28-31 1934............ Norman .................................W, 35-21 1934............ Columbia ................................ L, 28-29 1934............ Columbia ................................ L, 22-32 1935............ Columbia ...............................W, 38-28 1935............ Columbia ...............................W, 33-29 1935............ Norman .................................W, 45-24 1935............ Norman .................................. L, 37-41 1936............ Columbia ................................ L, 34-37 1936............ Norman .................................W, 36-21 1937............ Norman .................................W, 42-26 1937............ Columbia ...............................W, 50-41 1938............ Norman .................................W, 41-39 1938............ Columbia ...............................W, 55-52 1939............ Columbia (OT) ........................ L, 33-37 1939............ Norman .................................W, 43-40 1940............ Columbia ...............................W, 35-34 1940............ Norman .................................. L, 27-33 1940............ Wichita ..................................W, 52-41 1941............ Norman .................................W, 49-32 1941............ Columbia ................................ L, 42-61 1942............ Columbia ...............................W, 46-31 1942............ Norman .................................W, 60-36 1943............ Columbia ................................ L, 45-50 1943............ Norman .................................W, 52-37 1944............ Oklahoma City .......................W, 44-30 1944............ Columbia ...............................W, 27-26 1945............ Norman .................................W, 43-27 1945............ Columbia ................................ L, 39-45 1946............ Columbia ...............................W, 41-27 1946............ Norman .................................W, 50-40 1947............ Kansas City ............................W, 61-53 1947............ Norman .................................W, 57-43 1947............ Columbia ...............................W, 42-36 1948............ Kansas City ............................W, 55-44 1948............ Columbia ................................ L, 43-49 1948............ Norman .................................. L, 43-45 1949............ Norman .................................W, 44-40 1949............ Columbia ................................ L, 44-49 1950............ Kansas City ............................. L, 42-44 1950............ Norman .................................W, 41-36 1950............ Columbia (OT) .......................W, 45-40 1951............ Kansas City ............................W, 51-41 1951............ Norman .................................. L, 39-41 1951............ Columbia ................................ L, 45-57 1952............ Kansas City ............................. L, 49-61 1952............ Norman .................................W, 47-45 1952............ Columbia ................................ L, 50-56 1953............ Norman .................................W, 64-61 1953............ Columbia (OT) ........................ L, 73-77 1954............ Norman .................................W, 80-78 1954............ Columbia ................................ L, 51-66 1955............ Kansas City ............................. L, 87-95 1955............ Columbia ................................ L, 61-96 1955............ Norman .................................. L, 78-91 1956............ Norman .................................. L, 72-77 1956............ Columbia ................................ L, 64-86 1957............ Columbia ................................ L, 56-74 1957............ Norman .................................W, 70-68 1958............ Kansas City ............................W, 80-69 1958............ Norman .................................W, 59-56 1958............ Columbia ................................ L, 53-74 1959............ Norman .................................W, 64-59 1959............ Columbia ...............................W, 55-37 1960............ Kansas City ............................W, 70-65 1960............ Norman .................................W, 64-52 1960............ Columbia ................................ L, 72-84 1961............ Columbia ................................ L, 62-70 1961............ Norman .................................. L, 78-94 1962............ Kansas City (OT)...................... L, 58-63 1962............ Norman .................................W, 56-52


OKLAHOMA

THE OPPONENTS

BIG 12 OPPONENT HISTORY 1952............ Lincoln ................................... L, 66-67 1952............ Norman .................................W, 65-59 1953............ Norman .................................. L, 53-59 1953............ Lincoln ..................................W, 78-70 1954............ Kansas City ............................W, 86-70 1954............ Lincoln ................................... L, 72-76 1954............ Norman .................................W, 76-68 1955............ Lincoln ................................... L, 67-75 1955............ Norman .................................W, 78-76 1956............ Norman (OT)........................... L, 61-68 1956............ Lincoln (OT) ............................ L, 63-64 1957............ Norman .................................W, 55-53 1957............ Lincoln ................................... L, 55-64 1958............ Lincoln ................................... L, 54-57 1958............ Norman .................................W, 66-39 1959............ Kansas City ............................. L, 43-60 1959............ Norman .................................W, 54-48 1959............ Lincoln ..................................W, 65-54 1960............ Norman .................................W, 63-54 1960............ Lincoln ..................................W, 50-49 1961............ Norman .................................W, 69-58 1961............ Lincoln ................................... L, 61-83 1962............ Lincoln ................................... L, 56-57 1962............ Norman .................................. L, 69-71 1963............ Kansas City ............................. L, 86-93 1963............ Norman .................................W, 84-77 1963............ Lincoln ..................................W, 77-75 1964............ Kansas City ............................W, 75-66 1964............ Lincoln (2OT) .......................... L, 69-76 1964............ Norman .................................W, 82-76 1965............ Norman .................................W, 89-82 1965............ Lincoln ................................... L, 63-67 1966............ Kansas City ............................. L, 79-92 1966............ Lincoln ................................... L, 78-86 1966............ Norman .................................. L, 81-85 1967............ Norman .................................W, 99-87 1967............ Lincoln ................................... L, 78-97 1968............ Kansas City ............................. L, 65-75 1968............ Lincoln ................................. L, 90-110 1968............ Norman .................................. L, 83-89 1969............ Kansas City ............................. L, 48-70 1969............ Lincoln ................................... L, 83-90 1969............ Norman .................................. L, 64-70 1970............ Norman .................................. L, 60-70 1970............ Lincoln ................................... L, 66-79 1971............ Norman .................................W, 79-67 1971............ Lincoln ..................................W, 65-56 1972............ Kansas City ............................. L, 68-84 1972............ Lincoln ................................... L, 70-77 1972............ Norman .................................W, 72-70 1973............ Lincoln ................................... L, 67-74 1973............ Norman .................................W, 67-59 1974............ Lincoln ................................... L, 58-63 1974............ Norman .................................W, 85-63 1975............ Kansas City ............................. L, 64-75 1975............ Norman .................................. L, 61-68

1975............ Lincoln (OT) ...........................W, 65-57 1976............ Kansas City ............................. L, 53-75 1976............ Lincoln ................................... L, 67-68 1976............ Norman .................................W, 65-60 1977............ Kansas City ............................. L, 56-66 1977............ Lincoln ..................................W, 65-58 1977............ Norman .................................W, 72-62 1978............ Kansas City ............................. L, 68-75 1978............ Norman ................................. L, 64-78 1978............ Lincoln ..................................W, 74-68 1979............ Kansas City ............................. L, 53-69 1979............ Lincoln ................................... L, 56-74 1979............ Norman .................................W, 79-58 1980............ Lincoln ................................... L, 58-59 1980............ Norman .................................W, 78-60 1980............ Lincoln ................................... L, 68-75 1981............ Norman .................................. L, 59-71 1981............ Lincoln ................................... L, 63-90 1982............ Norman .................................W, 51-48 1982............ Lincoln ................................... L, 51-65 1983............ Lincoln ................................... L, 59-60 1983............ Norman .................................W, 84-71 1984............ Lincoln ..................................W, 78-67 1984............ Norman .................................W, 79-70 1985............ Norman .................................W, 83-74 1985............ Lincoln ..................................W, 65-62 1986............ Norman .................................W, 87-60 1986............ Lincoln ................................... L, 64-66 1987............ Lincoln ..................................W, 80-66 1987............ Norman ...............................W, 133-97 1988............ Lincoln ..................................W, 92-77 1988............ Norman ...............................W, 113-93 1989............ Lincoln ..................................W, 89-81 1989............ Norman ...............................W, 103-76 1990............ Norman ...............................W, 105-64 1990............ Lincoln ..................................W, 88-66 1990............ Kansas City ............................W, 78-65 1991............ Norman ................................ L, 99-111 1991............ Lincoln ................................. L, 93-105 1991............ Kansas City (OT).................. L, 113-117 1992............ Lincoln ..................................W, 79-76 1992............ Norman ...............................W, 106-97 1992............ Kansas City ..........................W, 107-85 1993............ Norman ...............................W, 102-89 1993............ Lincoln ................................... L, 83-94 1994............ Lincoln ..................................W, 79-76 1994............ Norman (OT)......................W, 115-111 1994............ Kansas City ........................... L, 88-105 1995............ Norman .................................W, 82-72 1995............ Lincoln ................................... L, 59-71 1996............ Norman (3OT)....................W, 117-100 1996............ Lincoln (OT) ...........................W, 80-76 1997............ Norman .................................W, 84-77 1998............ Lincoln ................................... L, 43-53 1999............ Norman .................................. L, 81-96 2000............ Lincoln ..................................W, 62-54

2001............ Norman .................................W, 77-66 2002............ Lincoln ..................................W, 78-51 2003............ Norman .................................W, 76-51 2004............ Lincoln ..................................W, 52-50 2004............ Dallas ....................................W, 63-59 2005............ Norman .................................W, 83-60 2006............ Lincoln ................................... L, 58-59 2006............ Dallas ..................................... L, 63-69 2007............ Norman .................................W, 70-53 2008............ Lincoln ................................... L, 45-63 2009............ Norman .................................W, 72-61 2010............ Lincoln ................................... L, 46-63

Xvs. OKLAHOMA STATE Games: 218 Standing: Oklahoma leads 126-92 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 78-26 At Stillwater: Oklahoma State leads 59-42 At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma State 7-6 Current Win String: Oklahoma State, 2 Year Site Result 1908............ Stillwater...............................W, 37-19 1908............ Norman ...................................W, 41-9 1910............ Norman .................................W, 46-15 1910............ Stillwater...............................W, 41-24 1912............ Norman .................................W, 59-17 1912............ Stillwater...............................W, 30-24 1913............ Norman .................................W, 46-16 1916............ Norman .................................W, 35-33 1916............ Stillwater...............................W, 57-49 1916............ Stillwater...............................W, 50-30 1916............ Norman .................................W, 59-30 1917............ Stillwater................................ L, 11-58 1917............ Stillwater...............................W, 24-23 1917............ Norman .................................. L, 25-35 1917............ Norman .................................W, 22-21 1918............ Norman .................................W, 45-28 1918............ Stillwater...............................W, 27-19 1919............ Stillwater...............................W, 44-33 1919............ Stillwater (2OT) .....................W, 38-34 1919............ Norman .................................W, 51-33 1919............ Norman .................................W, 45-36 1920............ Stillwater...............................W, 36-13 1920............ Stillwater...............................W, 32-16 1920............ Norman .................................W, 37-25 1920............ Norman .................................W, 50-11 1921............ Norman .................................W, 42-10 1921............ Norman .................................W, 54-15 1921............ Stillwater...............................W, 46-15 1922............ Stillwater................................ L, 16-28 1922............ Norman .................................W, 38-27 1923............ Norman .................................W, 29-16 1923............ Stillwater................................ L, 16-19

X OU owns a 126-92 series lead against Oklahoma State and has swept the regular season series three of the last five years. OSU has finished ahead of the Sooners in the Big 12 race twice in the 14-year history of the league.

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1924............ Norman .................................W, 34-22 1924............ Stillwater...............................W, 26-22 1925............ Stillwater................................ L, 26-27 1925............ Norman .................................W, 32-31 1926............ Norman .................................W, 32-25 1926............ Stillwater................................ L, 26-29 1928............ Norman .................................W, 41-21 1928............ Stillwater...............................W, 37-36 1929............ Stillwater...............................W, 51-16 1929............ Norman .................................W, 47-24 1930............ Stillwater................................ L, 22-28 1930............ Norman .................................W, 25-14 1931............ Norman .................................W, 35-21 1931............ Stillwater................................ L, 30-25 1932............ Stillwater...............................W, 30-16 1932............ Norman .................................. L, 30-33 1933............ Stillwater...............................W, 37-36 1933............ Norman .................................W, 41-23 1934............ Norman .................................W, 58-33 1934............ Stillwater...............................W, 34-19 1935............ Norman .................................W, 31-30 1935............ Stillwater................................ L, 24-30 1936............ Stillwater................................ L, 18-25 1936............ Norman .................................. L, 26-33 1937............ Norman .................................W, 30-24 1937............ Stillwater................................ L, 27-32 1938............ Stillwater................................ L, 37-38 1938............ Norman .................................W, 31-28 1939............ Norman .................................W, 34-30 1939............ Stillwater................................ L, 22-32 1939............ Oklahoma City .......................W, 30-21 1940............ Stillwater................................ L, 19-26 1940............ Norman .................................. L, 35-37 1941............ Norman .................................. L, 19-28 1941............ Stillwater................................ L, 23-38 1942............ Stillwater................................ L, 19-27 1942............ Norman .................................W, 39-32 1942............ Oklahoma City ........................ L, 35-44 1943............ Norman .................................W, 35-31 1943............ Stillwater................................ L, 28-40 1944............ Stillwater................................ L, 40-59 1944............ Norman .................................. L, 11-14 1945............ Norman .................................. L, 31-45 1945............ Stillwater................................ L, 17-23 1946............ Stillwater................................ L, 41-47 1946............ Norman .................................. L, 34-50 1947............ Norman (OT)........................... L, 42-47 1947............ Stillwater (OT) .......................W, 41-48 1948............ Stillwater................................ L, 30-45 1948............ Norman .................................W, 37-28 1949............ Norman .................................W, 54-41 1949............ Stillwater...............................W, 46-36 1950............ Stillwater................................ L, 37-45 1950............ Norman .................................. L, 37-48 1951............ Norman .................................W, 44-40 1951............ Stillwater................................ L, 45-48 1952............ Stillwater................................ L, 40-49 1952............ Norman (3OT)........................W, 65-61 1953............ Norman .................................. L, 59-70 1953............ Stillwater................................ L, 57-65 1954............ Norman .................................. L, 46-65 1954............ Stillwater...............................W, 63-60 1955............ Stillwater...............................W, 59-50 1955............ Norman .................................. L, 34-38 1956............ Norman .................................. L, 66-67 1956............ Stillwater................................ L, 42-68 1957............ Stillwater................................ L, 43-57 1957............ Norman .................................W, 57-55 1958............ Norman .................................. L, 50-70 1958............ Stillwater...............................W, 52-48 1959............ Stillwater................................ L, 38-57 1959............ Norman .................................W, 54-52 1960............ Norman .................................. L, 48-59 1960............ Stillwater...............................W, 59-53 1961............ Stillwater................................ L, 42-48 1961............ Norman .................................. L, 47-60 1962............ Norman .................................. L, 49-65 1962............ Stillwater (2OT) ...................... L, 62-68 1963............ Kansas City ............................. L, 48-49 1963............ Stillwater................................ L, 62-81 1963............ Norman .................................W, 70-65 1964............ Norman .................................. L, 56-67 1964............ Stillwater................................ L, 47-80 1965............ Kansas City ............................. L, 46-65 1965............ Stillwater................................ L, 54-64 1965............ Norman .................................. L, 66-89 1966............ Kansas City ............................W, 58-36 1966............ Norman .................................W, 64-53 1966............ Stillwater...............................W, 69-53 1967............ Norman .................................W, 67-60 1967............ Stillwater................................ L, 63-65 1968............ Norman .................................W, 61-58 1968............ Stillwater...............................W, 56-53 1969............ Stillwater (OT) ........................ L, 52-55 1969............ Norman (OT)..........................W, 61-59


SOONERS

BIG 12 OPPONENT HISTORY Dominating the Lone Star State Oklahoma has had more than its fair share of success against Big 12 Conference teams from Texas. The Sooners own a 139-60 (.698) combined all-time record against Baylor (35-7), Texas (47-29), Texas A&M (28-6) and Texas Tech (29-18). Since the inception of the Big 12, OU is 26-2 against Baylor, 18-16 versus Texas, 23-6 against Texas A&M and 20-10 versus Texas Tech for a combined 87-34 (.719) mark.

2007............ Norman .................................W, 67-60 2008............ Norman .................................W, 64-61 2008............ Stillwater...............................W, 68-56 2009............ Stillwater...............................W, 89-81 2009............ Norman .................................W, 82-78 2009............ Oklahoma City ........................ L, 70-71 2010............ Norman .................................W, 62-57 2010............ Stillwater................................ L, 76-97 2010............ Kansas City ............................. L, 67-81

Xvs. TEXAS Games: 76 Standing: Oklahoma leads 47-29 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 23-9 At Austin: Tied at 16-16 At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma leads 8-4 Current Win String: Texas, 1 Year Site Result 1910............ Norman .................................W, 59-26 1910............ Norman .................................W, 63-23 1930............ Norman .................................W, 48-28 1930............ Norman .................................W, 33-30 1931............ Austin....................................W, 28-27 1931............ Austin....................................W, 34-33 1938............ Austin..................................... L, 28-31 1938............ Austin....................................W, 47-32 1947............ Oklahoma City ........................ L, 50-62 1947............ Kansas City ............................W, 55-54 1949............ Norman .................................. L, 40-49 1949............ Austin..................................... L, 53-59 1950............ Norman .................................W, 65-48 1950............ Austin....................................W, 55-45 1951............ Norman .................................W, 49-35 1951............ Austin....................................W, 49-47 1952............ Norman .................................. L, 44-48 1952............ Austin..................................... L, 39-43 1953............ Austin..................................... L, 47-48 1953............ Norman .................................W, 72-51 1957............ Austin..................................... L, 62-68 1957............ Norman .................................W, 71-59 1964............ Norman .................................. L, 78-81 1965............ Austin....................................W, 86-73 1969............ Knoxville ................................ L, 46-65 1973............ Norman .................................W, 81-78 1974............ Austin....................................W, 80-76 1976............ Norman .................................. L, 55-60 1977............ Austin....................................W, 60-56 1978............ Austin..................................... L, 76-83 1979............ Norman .................................W, 71-65 1979............ Dallas ....................................W, 90-76 1986............ Norman (OT)..........................W, 93-92 1987............ Austin....................................W, 84-65 1989............ Oklahoma City .....................W, 124-95 1990............ Norman ...............................W, 103-84 1991............ Austin....................................W, 96-88 1992............ Norman ...............................W, 106-91 1993............ Oklahoma City .......................W, 85-76 1994............ Austin..................................... L, 75-87 1995............ Norman ...............................W, 100-75 1996............ Austin (OT) ............................W, 67-65 1997............ Austin..................................... L, 66-76 1997............ Norman .................................W, 83-69 1998............ Norman .................................W, 91-75 1998............ Austin....................................W, 81-74 1998............ Kansas City ............................W, 68-55 1999............ Norman .................................. L, 60-64 1999............ Austin....................................W, 64-63 2000............ Austin..................................... L, 79-66 2000............ Norman .................................W, 83-59 2000............ Kansas City ............................W, 81-65 2001............ Norman .................................W, 75-68 2001............ Austin....................................W, 75-54 2001............ Kansas City ............................W, 54-45 2002............ Austin (OT) ............................W, 85-84 2002............ Norman .................................W, 96-78 2002............ Kansas City ............................W, 67-51 2003............ Austin..................................... L, 61-67 2003............ Norman .................................. L, 71-76 2004............ Austin..................................... L, 37-66 2004............ Norman .................................. L, 63-68

X Cade Davis scored 20 and 22 points in Oklahoma’s two meetings against Texas last year. The Sooners lead the all-time series with the Longhorns, 47-29.

2004............ Dallas ..................................... L, 63-66 2005............ Norman .................................W, 64-60 2005............ Austin....................................W, 74-58 2006............ Norman .................................W, 82-72 2006............ Austin..................................... L, 48-72 2007............ Austin..................................... L, 69-80 2007............ Norman .................................. L, 58-68 2008............ Norman .................................. L, 54-64 2008............ Austin..................................... L, 45-62 2008............ Kansas City ............................. L, 49-77 2009............ Norman .................................W, 78-63 2009............ Austin..................................... L, 68-73 2010............ Norman .................................W, 80-71 2010............ Austin..................................... L, 76-87

Xvs. TEXAS A&M Games: 34 Standing: Oklahoma leads 28-6 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 14-2 At College Station: Oklahoma leads 11-4 At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma leads 3-0 Current Win String: Texas A&M, 2 Year Site Result 1961............ Houston.................................W, 69-56 1987............ Norman .................................W, 93-79 1988............ Norman ...............................W, 104-80 1989............ Oklahoma City .....................W, 128-80 1991............ College Station ......................W, 81-65 1997............ College Station ......................W, 78-59 1997............ Norman (OT)..........................W, 62-59 1997............ Kansas City ............................W, 67-58 1998............ College Station ......................W, 76-66 1998............ Norman .................................W, 80-71 1999............ Norman ...............................W, 102-75 1999............ College Station ....................... L, 72-74 2000............ Norman .................................W, 78-53 2000............ College Station ......................W, 77-59 2001............ Norman .................................W, 78-65 2001............ College Station ......................W, 72-63 2002............ Norman .................................W, 89-63 2002............ College Station ......................W, 68-64 2003............ Norman .................................W, 75-68 2003............ College Station ......................W, 69-64 2004............ College Station ......................W, 78-72 2004............ Norman .................................W, 86-60 2005............ College Station ......................W, 70-54 2005............ Norman .................................W, 69-65 2006............ College Station ......................W, 45-44 2006............ Norman .................................W, 71-63 2007............ College Station ....................... L, 61-70 2007............ Norman .................................. L, 49-56 2008............ College Station ....................... L, 52-60 2008............ Norman .................................W, 64-37 2009............ College Station ......................W, 69-63 2009............ Norman .................................W, 77-71 2010............ College Station ....................... L, 62-65 2010............ Norman .................................. L, 54-69

X vs. TEXAS TECH Games: 47 Standing: Oklahoma leads 29-18 At Norman: Oklahoma leads 17-6 At Lubbock: Texas Tech leads 11-10 At Neutral Sites: Oklahoma leads 2-1 Current Win String: Texas Tech, 2 Year Site Result 1945............ Oklahoma City .......................W, 61-31 1947............ Norman .................................W, 60-37 1959............ Norman .................................. L, 64-73 1960............ Lubbock.................................W, 56-43 1961............ Norman .................................W, 75-56 1962............ Lubbock.................................. L, 42-70 1963............ Norman .................................W, 85-62 1964............ Lubbock.................................. L, 66-95 1965............ Norman .................................W, 85-79 1966............ Lubbock................................ L, 92-100 1967............ Norman .................................W, 94-79 1968............ Lubbock.................................. L, 67-74 1969............ Norman .................................W, 83-74 1970............ Lubbock.................................. L, 64-66 1971............ Norman .................................W, 80-71 1972............ Lubbock.................................. L, 70-90 1996............ Norman .................................. L, 69-81 1997............ Norman .................................. L, 62-67 1997............ Lubbock.................................W, 66-60 1998............ Norman .................................. L, 68-70 1998............ Lubbock.................................W, 89-56 1999............ Norman .................................W, 78-68 1999............ Lubbock.................................W, 72-54 2000............ Lubbock.................................W, 78-61 2000............ Norman .................................W, 93-65 2001............ Lubbock.................................. L, 59-60 2001............ Norman .................................W, 80-72 2002............ Norman .................................W, 98-72 2002............ Lubbock.................................. L, 79-92 2003............ Norman (OT)..........................W, 69-64 2003............ Lubbock.................................W, 63-58 2003............ Dallas (OT) .............................W, 67-60 2004............ Lubbock.................................. L, 47-67 2004............ Norman .................................W, 63-48 2005............ Norman .................................. L, 81-88 2005............ Lubbock.................................W, 74-54 2005............ Kansas City ............................. L, 63-69 2006............ Norman .................................W, 60-48 2006............ Lubbock.................................W, 71-70 2007............ Lubbock.................................. L, 54-68 2007............ Norman .................................W, 75-61 2008............ Norman .................................W, 63-61 2008............ Lubbock.................................W, 66-64 2009............ Norman .................................W, 95-74 2009............ Lubbock.................................W, 78-63 2010............ Lubbock.................................. L, 65-75 2010............ Norman .................................. L, 71-72

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THE OPPONENTS

1970............ Norman .................................W, 62-57 1970............ Stillwater................................ L, 61-77 1971............ Norman .................................W, 69-53 1971............ Stillwater...............................W, 80-74 1972............ Norman .................................W, 82-68 1972............ Stillwater...............................W, 80-73 1973............ Kansas City (OT).....................W, 69-62 1973............ Stillwater...............................W, 83-78 1973............ Norman .................................W, 86-78 1974............ Kansas City ............................W, 91-73 1974............ Norman .................................W, 91-78 1974............ Stillwater................................ L, 67-70 1975............ Kansas City ............................W, 79-70 1975............ Stillwater................................ L, 65-74 1975............ Norman .................................W, 75-67 1976............ Norman .................................W, 57-42 1976............ Stillwater................................ L, 65-77 1977............ Kansas City ............................W, 71-54 1977............ Stillwater................................ L, 61-62 1977............ Norman .................................W, 63-51 1978............ Norman .................................W, 71-63 1978............ Stillwater...............................W, 77-70 1979............ Norman .................................W, 64-59 1979............ Stillwater...............................W, 74-67 1980............ Norman .................................W, 91-82 1980............ Stillwater................................ L, 67-76 1981............ Stillwater................................ L, 85-87 1981............ Norman ................................ L, 88-100 1982............ Norman .................................W, 75-72 1982............ Stillwater (2OT) .....................W, 79-74 1983............ Norman .................................W, 81-80 1983............ Stillwater...............................W, 64-63 1984............ Norman .............................W, 115-100 1984............ Stillwater...............................W, 57-55 1985............ Stillwater...............................W, 83-81 1985............ Norman .................................W, 89-84 1985............ Norman ...............................W, 116-91 1986............ Norman ...............................W, 106-84 1986............ Stillwater................................ L, 84-87 1987............ Norman .................................W, 94-67 1987............ Stillwater................................ L, 74-75 1988............ Norman ...............................W, 108-80 1988............ Stillwater...............................W, 79-75 1989............ Stillwater................................ L, 73-77 1989............ Norman .............................W, 111-108 1990............ Norman ...............................W, 109-92 1990............ Stillwater.............................W, 107-94 1991............ Norman .................................W, 76-72 1991............ Stillwater................................ L, 74-77 1992............ Norman .................................. L, 89-92 1992............ Stillwater...............................W, 70-67 1993............ Stillwater................................ L, 76-83 1993............ Norman .................................W, 89-80 1994............ Norman ................................ L, 89-105 1994............ Stillwater................................ L, 66-86 1995............ Stillwater................................ L, 64-72 1995............ Norman (OT)..........................W, 82-74 1995............ Kansas City ............................. L, 58-74 1996............ Norman (OT)..........................W, 81-75 1996............ Stillwater................................ L, 67-89 1997............ Stillwater (OT) ........................ L, 72-73 1997............ Norman .................................W, 80-64 1998............ Norman .................................. L, 84-88 1998............ Stillwater................................ L, 66-70 1999............ Stillwater...............................W, 54-43 1999............ Norman .................................W, 72-65 1999............ Kansas City ............................. L, 57-60 2000............ Norman .................................. L, 71-74 2000............ Stillwater...............................W, 59-56 2001............ Stillwater................................ L, 44-72 2001............ Norman .................................W, 68-56 2002............ Norman .................................W, 58-53 2002............ Stillwater (OT) ........................ L, 72-79 2003............ Stillwater................................ L, 46-48 2003............ Norman .................................W, 64-48 2004............ Stillwater................................ L, 56-77 2004............ Norman .................................. L, 52-65 2005............ Norman .................................W, 67-57 2005............ Stillwater................................ L, 67-79 2006............ Stillwater...............................W, 73-65 2006............ Norman .................................W, 67-66 2007............ Stillwater................................ L, 61-66


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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

THE OPPONENTS

OPPONENT

OU RECORD

Abilene Christian .................................2-0 Ada Teachers .......................................0-1 Air Force ..............................................1-0 Alabama .............................................4-2 Alabama State.....................................1-0 Alaska Anchorage ...............................2-0 Alcorn State.........................................2-0 American-Puerto Rico .........................1-0 Angelo State .......................................2-0 American.............................................1-0 Arizona ......................................5-1 Arizona State.......................................1-1 Arkansas ................................11-13 Arkansas State ....................................4-1 Arkansas-Little Rock ...........................5-0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff.............................2-0 Army ...................................................1-0 Auburn ................................................1-1 Auburn-Montgomery..........................1-0 Austin Peay .........................................2-0 Baptist ................................................1-0 Baylor ......................................35-7 Belmont ..............................................1-0 Bethany ..............................................1-1 Bethune-Cookman ..............................1-0 Binghamton ........................................1-0 Boston University ................................1-0 Bradley................................................5-7 Brigham Young ...................................2-2 Butler ..................................................2-2 California.............................................3-1 Cal State Northridge............................1-0 Camp Grant .........................................0-1 CCNY ...................................................3-2 Centenary ...........................................5-0 Central Connecticut .............................1-0 Central Missouri State .........................2-2 Central Oklahoma ...............................6-0 Chaminade .................................2-0 Charlotte .............................................4-0 Childress AAF ......................................1-0 Chilocco...............................................2-0 Cincinnati...................................2-2 Colorado ................................87-49 Colorado State.....................................2-1 Connecticut ................................3-1 Coppin State.............................13-0 Cornell.................................................1-0 Creighton ............................................2-1 Dallas Athletic Club .............................1-0 Davidson .............................................1-0 Dayton ................................................2-1 Delaware State ....................................1-0 Denver ................................................3-0 DePaul.................................................1-3 Drake ................................................11-7 Drexel..................................................1-0 Duke....................................................0-4 East Tennessee State ...........................1-0 East Texas State ...................................1-0 Eastern Illinois.....................................1-0 Eastern Kentucky.................................1-0 Eastern Washington ............................1-0 Florida.................................................0-1 Florida A&M ........................................2-0 Florida Atlantic....................................1-0 Florida State ........................................2-0 Fordham .............................................1-0 Fort Sill 18th FA ...................................1-0 Furman ...............................................2-0 Gardner-Webb ............................2-0 George Washington.............................1-0

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OPPONENT

OU RECORD

Georgia ...............................................1-0 Georgia Southern ................................1-0 Georgia State ......................................3-2 Georgia Tech........................................2-2 Gonzaga ..............................................1-1 Grambling State ..................................1-0 Grinnell .............................................14-0 Hardin Simmons .................................2-1 Hartford ..............................................1-0 Hawaii.................................................1-1 Hawaii-Hilo .........................................2-0 Hawaii-Loa ..........................................1-0 High Point ...........................................2-0 Hillyard ...............................................1-0 Holy Cross............................................0-2 Houston ..............................................1-1 Idaho State..........................................2-0 Illinois ...............................................5-13 Illinois State ........................................3-0 Indiana................................................1-3 Indiana State.......................................2-2 Iowa ...................................................2-3 Iowa Pre-Flight ...................................0-1 Iowa State............................ 109-77 Jackson State ......................................4-0 Jacksonville .........................................1-1 James Madison ...................................2-0 Kansas ................................. 64-135 Kansas City AC ....................................1-0 Kansas State......................... 102-90 Kentucky ....................................0-2 Lamar..................................................6-2 La Salle ...............................................1-0 Liberty ................................................1-0 Long Island .........................................0-1 Longwood ...........................................1-0 Louisiana-Monroe ...............................1-0 Louisiana State....................................2-2 Louisiana Tech .....................................8-0 Louisville .............................................3-1 Loyola Marymount ..............................4-1 Loyola-New Orleans ............................2-0 Loyola-Chicago ...................................2-0 Maine..................................................1-0 Manhattan ..........................................1-1 Marshall ..............................................2-0 Maryland ............................................2-2 Maryland Eastern Shore ..............2-0 Massachusetts.....................................1-2 McNeese State ....................................2-0 Memphis .............................................0-6 Miami (Ohio) .......................................2-0 Michigan .............................................1-2 Michigan State ...........................3-4 Midwestern State ................................2-0 Minnesota ...........................................4-3 Mississippi...........................................1-2 Mississippi State..................................0-3 Mississippi Valley State .......................2-0 Missouri ............................... 112-94 Montana State ....................................2-0 Morehead State ..................................3-0 Morgan State ......................................2-0 Mount St. Mary’s .................................4-0 Murray State .......................................0-1 Nebraska.............................. 104-82 Nevada Southern ................................1-1 New Mexico ........................................2-0 New Mexico State ...............................1-0 New Orleans........................................2-0 New York .............................................0-2 Niagara ...............................................1-0

OPPONENT

OU RECORD

Nicholls State ......................................5-0 Norfolk State .......................................1-0 Norman NAS .......................................5-2 Norman NATTC ....................................2-2 North Carolina .....................................0-3 North Carolina A&T .............................1-0 North Carolina State ............................2-1 North Texas .........................................3-1 Northeast Louisiana ............................3-0 Northeast Missouri State .....................1-0 Northeastern.......................................1-0 Northeastern Illinois ...........................2-0 Northern Colorado ..............................2-0 Northern Michigan..............................0-1 Northwestern State .............................2-0 Ohio Northern .....................................0-1 Ohio State ...........................................4-3 Oklahoma City.....................................8-4 Oklahoma State .................... 126-92 Olathe (Kan.) NAS ...............................1-1 Oral Roberts ...............................9-2 Oregon ................................................0-2 Oregon State .......................................4-1 Penn State...........................................2-0 Pennsylvania .......................................1-0 Pentathlon ..........................................1-0 Pepperdine..........................................1-1 Phillips ................................................3-0 Pittsburgh ...........................................2-1 Prairie View A&M ................................2-0 Princeton ............................................2-0 Providence ..........................................1-0 Purcell Navy ........................................0-1 Purdue ................................................5-4 Rice .....................................................8-2 Rider ...................................................1-0 Saint Bonaventure ..............................1-0 Saint John’s .........................................1-4 Saint Joseph’s (Pa.)..............................1-0 Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) ............................1-0 Saint Louis ..........................................1-1 Saint Mary’s (Calif.) .............................2-0 Sam Houston State..............................5-0 Samford ..............................................2-1 San Diego............................................1-1 San Diego State ...................................3-0 San Francisco ......................................1-1 Santa Clara ..........................................1-0 Seattle ................................................0-2 Seton Hall ...........................................1-1 Shawnee Baptist .................................2-0 SMU ................................................35-14 South Alabama ...................................2-1 South Carolina.....................................3-1 South Carolina State............................1-0 South Dakota ......................................1-0 Southeast Missouri State.....................1-0 Southeastern Louisiana .......................1-0 Southern .............................................1-0 Southern Illinois ..................................0-1 Southern Mississippi ...........................1-1 Southwest Missouri State ....................3-0 Southwest Texas..................................3-0 Southwestern (Kan.) ...........................2-0 Southwestern (Okla.) ..........................1-0 Southwestern (Texas)..........................1-0 Southwestern Louisiana ......................0-2 Stanford ..............................................1-2 Stephen F. Austin ................................1-1 Stetson................................................2-0 Syracuse ..............................................2-2 TCU....................................................11-1

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OPPONENT

OU RECORD

Temple ................................................0-3 Tennessee-Chattanooga......................1-0 Tennessee ...........................................0-1 Texas .....................................47-29 Texas A&M ................................28-6 Texas Southern ...........................3-0 Texas Tech ..............................29-18 Texas-Arlington ...................................5-0 Texas-Pan American ............................3-0 Texas-San Antonio ..............................2-0 Towson State.......................................2-0 Tulane .................................................1-1 Tulsa................................................28-11 UAB .....................................................1-0 UC Irvine .............................................4-0 UCLA ...................................................0-3 UC Santa Barbara ................................2-1 UNC Asheville ......................................1-0 UNC Greensboro ..................................1-0 UNLV ...................................................7-4 USC .....................................................6-5 Utah ....................................................3-1 Utah State ...........................................1-0 UTEP ...................................................2-1 UW-Green Bay.....................................0-1 UW-Milwaukee ...................................0-1 UW-Parkside .......................................1-0 Vanderbilt ...........................................0-2 VCU .....................................................2-2 Villanova .............................................1-2 Virginia ......................................1-1 Virginia Tech ........................................1-0 Washburn ...........................................2-0 Washington................................2-1 Washington (Mo.) .............................15-7 West Texas State..................................1-0 West Virginia .......................................1-1 Western Carolina .................................1-0 Western Illinois ...................................1-1 Western Kentucky ...............................1-0 Western Michigan ...............................2-0 Westminster........................................1-0 Westmont ...........................................1-0 Wichita State..............................3-1 Winthrop.............................................1-0 Wisconsin ............................................3-3 Wyoming ............................................1-4 Xavier ..................................................1-0 2010-11 opponents and potential opponents in bold


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2009-10 RECAP

XAT A GLANCE

Overall: 13-18 Big 12: 4-12 (Ninth Place Tie) Home: 11-4 (4-4 Big 12) Road: 1-9 (0-8 Big 12) vs. AP Top-25 Teams: 1-4

THE REVIEW

Third-team All-Big 12 performer Tommy Mason-Griffin had one of the most productive freshman seasons in school history, but it didn’t keep OU from a 13-18 overall record.

klahoma recorded a 13-18 season in 2009-10, its first losing record since the 1980-81 campaign. The Sooners finished 4-12 in the Big 12 Conference to tie for ninth place with Texas Tech and Iowa State, and were the No. 10 seed in the Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship (they lost in the first round to No. 7 seed Oklahoma State, 81-67). They did not qualify for postseason play. Following are more notes from the season:

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Oklahoma used nine different starting lineups in its 16 conference games. OU’s .457 field goal percentage defense was its highest in 16 seasons. Its .389 3-point field goal percentage defense was its highest in 22 seasons and second highest ever. The Sooners were also outrebounded for just the second time in the last 16 years.

X Oklahoma started the year 13-9 before losing its final nine contests. It started Big 12 play with a 4-4 mark before losing its last eight league games. X Preseason first-team All-Big 12 pick Willie Warren played in just 21 of the team’s 31 games and in just half of its league outings primarily due to an ankle injury. OU’s leading scorer (16.3 ppg), he had surgery March 3 and missed the season’s final six contests. X Freshman Tommy Mason-Griffin was a third-team All-Big 12 selection after averaging 14.1 points, 2.9 rebounds and a team-high 5.0 assists. He ranked fourth in the Big 12 in assists, third in 3-point field goal percentage (.424) and sixth in 3-pointers per game (2.3). In conference play, he averaged team highs of 16.9 points, 4.6 assists and 2.9 treys while shooting a team-best .430 from long range. He led the Sooners in scoring 10 times over the last 14 games. X A member of the Big 12 All-Rookie Team, Mason-Griffin set OU freshman records for assists (154), assists per game (5.0), 3-point field goal percentage (.424) and minutes per game (35.7). His 38 points versus Iowa State on Jan. 27 were the most by a league player on the year and the most by a freshman guard in school history. X Warren earned honorable mention All-Big 12 acclaim after averaging 16.3 points, 3.3 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 1.0 steal a game. X Senior guard Tony Crocker finished his career ranked fifth in games played (132), 15th in points (1,351), fourth in 3-point field goals (198) and tied for third in 3-point attempts (540). He and Ryan Minor are the only players in school history to amass at least 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 150 3-pointers. On the season, Crocker led all Big 12 guards in both rebounding (6.2) and double-doubles (seven). X Four of OU’s top seven scorers were freshmen. The freshmen accounted for 47 percent percent of the team’s scoring on the year, the most of any Big 12 team (Texas and Nebraska ranked second at 39 percent). X The Sooners’ backcourt accounted for 74 percent of the team’s points. OU’s top three scorers and five of its top six were guards. X Oklahoma averaged 8.1 3-point field goals per game, the second highest figure in program history (the 1998-99 squad averaged 8.6). X The Sooners ranked second in the Big 12 with their .744 free throw percentage. The mark was the program’s best in eight years and the fifth best in school history.

With a solid senior season, guard Tony Crocker finished his OU career ranked fifth in games played (132), 15th in points (1,351), fourth in 3-point field goals (198) and tied for third in 3-point attempts (540). He and Ryan Minor (1993-96) are the only players in school history to amass at least 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 150 3-pointers. The 6-6, 209-pounder from San Antonio, Texas, started 125 career games (five shy of the OU record), including his final 96.

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CROCKER CONCLUDES OUTSTANDING CAREER

On the season, Crocker averaged career highs of 11.4 points, 6.2 rebounds and 1.1 steals per contest. He led all Big 12 guards in both rebounding and double-doubles (seven). Crocker set a Big 12 record for points in a half when he netted 29 in the first 20 minutes against Centenary on Dec. 9. He hit seven 3-pointers in the opening period, tying a league record for treys in a half. He finished with a career-high 33 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in the 86-62 win.

MASON-GRIFFIN NAMED THIRD-TEAM ALL-BIG 12 Point guard Tommy Mason-Griffin earned third-team All-Big 12 honors and was named to the league’s all-rookie team. Despite the fact he was the only league freshman named to the first-, second- or third-team all-conference squads, he was not named Big 12 Freshman of the Year (that honor went to Colorado’s Alec Burks). In Big 12 play, the 5-11, 203-pounder from Houston, Texas, led all league newcomers in assists (4.6 apg), 3-point percentage (.430) and 3-pointers per game (2.9). He also ranked second among conference newcomers in scoring (16.9) and free throw percentage (.831). Here are more notes: X

On the year, Mason-Griffin averaged 14.1 points, 2.9 rebounds and 5.0 assists while shooting .424 from 3-point range and .813 from the free throw line. He ranked fourth in the Big 12 in assists, third in 3-point percentage and sixth in 3-pointers per game (2.3). X Mason-Griffin set OU freshman records for assists (154), 3-pointers (70), 3-point percentage and minutes per game (35.7). X Mason-Griffin made at least one trey in 29 of 31 games, at least two in 20 games, at least three in 11 outings and at least four seven times. X Mason-Griffin led OU in scoring in 10 of the last 14 games after not doing it in any of the season’s first 17 contests. Over those 14 outings, he averaged 18.9 points and 5.2 assists


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2009-10 RECAP while shooting .424 from 3-point range (39 makes) and .871 from the free throw line (54 makes) in an average of 38.9 minutes. X In OU’s 16 league contests, Mason-Griffin shot .430 from 3-point range (46-for-107). The rest of the team shot .287 (73-for-254). X Mason-Griffin played at least 37 minutes in 15 of the last 16 games. He logged 40 or more minutes eight times in those 16 outings.

WARREN EARNS HONORABLE MENTION ALL-LEAGUE ACCLAIM Sophomore guard Willie Warren, who underwent season-ending arthroscopic surgery on his right ankle March 3, was one of nine players who picked up honorable mention All-Big 12 acclaim. Warren averaged a team-high 16.3 points per game on the year and added 3.3 rebounds and 4.1 assists an outing. The 6-4, 203-pounder from Fort Worth, Texas, who missed half of the conference season due to injury or illness, scored at least 20 points seven times in his 21 games on the year. The unanimous choice as 2008-09 Big 12 Freshman of the Year, Warren made 27 more free throws than the next closest teammate (despite missing nine total games).

DAVIS MAKES MOST OF INCREASED PLAYING TIME Over his freshman and sophomore seasons, guard Cade Davis averaged 4.2 points and 1.6 rebounds over 14.0 minutes per contest. Last season, Davis saw his minutes — and production — increase sharply. As a junior, Davis started OU’s final 27 games and averaged 31.8 minutes. His scoring and rebounding averages jumped to 9.9 and 3.9, respectively, and he led the Sooners and ranked ninth in the Big 12 with his 1.5 steals per contest. Davis canned 58 treys (one less than his first two seasons combined) and shot .347 from long range. In conference play, he averaged 11.5 points and 4.7 boards while shooting .361 from behind the arc (2.2 treys per game).

Five different Sooners each made at least 30 treys on the season. Texas, with four, was the only other Big 12 team with more than three players with at least 30 3-point makes each. Tommy Mason-Griffin led Oklahoma with 70 makes (2.3 per game) and was followed

GUARDS SHOULDER THE LOAD Five of OU’s top six scorers, including its top three, were guards. The Sooners’ backcourt accounted for 1,653 of the team’s 2,235 points, or 74 percent. Willie Warren led the guard charge by averaging 16.3 points per outing and was followed by Tommy Mason Griffin (14.1), Tony Crocker (11.4), Cade Davis (9.9) and Steven Pledger (6.2). All five of those players surpassed the 20-point mark at least twice on the year (Warren and Mason-Griffin did it seven times each, Crocker and Davis three times each and Pledger twice). MasonGriffin (three times), Crocker and Davis all scored at least 20 points in a half. By comparison, guards accounted for 52 percent of OU’s points in 2008-09.

YOUTH MOVEMENT The freshman foursome of Tommy Mason-Griffin (13.8 ppg), Tiny Gallon (10.6), Steven Pledger (5.7) and Andrew Fitzgerald (4.8) combined to score 1,060 of the team’s 2,235 points on the year, or 47 percent. The percentage of scoring output by OU’s freshmen was higher than that of any other Big 12 team. Freshmen accounted for 39 percent of Texas’ points, 39 percent of Nebraska’s, 27 percent of Colorado’s, 23 percent of Kansas’, 15 percent of Texas A&M’s, 13 percent of Kansas State’s, 13 percent of Oklahoma State’s, 11 percent of Missouri’s, nine percent of Baylor’s, five percent of Iowa State’s and two percent of Texas Tech’s. In addition to his scoring, Mason-Griffin ranked fourth in the Big 12 with his 5.0 assists per game and third with his .424 3-point field goal percentage. Gallon, who shot a team-high .547 from the field, ranked eighth in the Big 12 in rebounds per game (7.9) and sixth with seven double-doubles (he missed out on two others by one rebound each). Pledger knocked down 44 treys in 30 contests and had three games of at least 18 points. Fitzgerald made 11 starts and shot .511 from the field.

MASON-GRIFFIN’S STELLAR NIGHT On Jan. 27, freshman Tommy Mason-Griffin propelled the Sooners to an 89-84 home win over Iowa State. On a night in which OU played without starting guards Willie Warren and Tony Crocker due to ankle injuries (the pair entered the game averaging a combined 30 points), Mason-Griffin finished with 38 points and six assists while playing all 40 minutes (he battled leg cramps the final 3:45). The point guard was 13-for-21 from the field, 5-for-10 from 3-point range and 7-for-7 from the free throw line. Mason-Griffin’s 38 points against the Cyclones were: X X X X

Four more than any other Big 12 player scored on the year. The most scored by an OU freshman since Wayman Tisdale in 1982-83. The most scored by a freshman guard in school history. Tied for the most scored by a point guard in school history (Mookie Blaylock also scored 38 against Iowa State in 1988-89). X Tied for the fifth most by a freshman in Big 12 history (only Kansas State’s Michael Beasley scored more).

GERBER, WRIGHT EARN ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 ACCOLADES Seniors Beau Gerber and Ryan Wright were named to the Academic All-Big 12 squad, with Gerber earning first-team honors and Wright second-team accolades. It was the first academic all-league award for Gerber and the third for Wright (two at OU and one at UCLA). Gerber was a mechanical engineering major and an electrical engineering minor. Wright was pursuing a master’s degree in human relations.

TISDALE INDUCTED INTO COLLEGIATE HOOPS HALL

XTony Crocker (above) and Ryan Minor are the only players in school history who have amassed at least 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 150 3-pointers in a career.

Wayman Tisdale, OU’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder, was inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame Nov. 22 in Kansas City, Mo. Tisdale starred at Oklahoma for three seasons in the mid-1980s and was named a first-team consensus All-American and Big Eight Conference Player of the Year each year. Tisdale, who was the leading rebounder on the 1984 U.S. Olympic gold medal team and was the No. 2 overall pick of the 1985 NBA Draft, passed away in May 2009 from cancer at the age of 44. His widow, Regina Tisdale, was on hand to accept the honor on Tisdale’s behalf. Among the others in the eight-person class were Larry Bird and Magic Johnson.

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by Cade Davis with 58 (1.9 per outing), Steven Pledger with 44 (1.5 per contest), Tony Crocker with 40 (1.3 per game) and Willie Warren with 30 (1.4 per game). The Sooners ranked second in the Big 12 with their 8.1 treys per outing (their second most ever).


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SEASON RESULTS Date 11/14 11/17 11/21 11/25 11/26 11/28 12/2 12/6 12/9 12/12 12/19 12/21 12/31 1/4 1/9 1/11 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/27 1/30 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/17 2/20 2/22 2/27 3/1 3/6 3/10

Opponent Score Mount St. Mary’s 95-71 Louisiana-Monroe 94-53 at VCU 69-82 vs. San Diego # 64-76 vs. Houston # 93-100 vs. Nicholls State # 81-62 Arkansas 67-47 Arizona $ 79-62 Centenary 86-62 at Utah 78-73 Northern Colorado 80-79 vs. UTEP % 74-89 vs. Gonzaga & 69-83 Maryland Eastern Shore 88-54 at Baylor 60-91 Oklahoma State 62-57 Missouri 66-61 at Texas A&M 62-65 at Texas Tech 65-75 Iowa State 89-84 at Nebraska 46-63 Texas (9) 80-71 Texas Tech 71-72 at Oklahoma State 76-97 at Colorado 67-77 Kansas State (7) 68-83 at Kansas (1) 68-81 Baylor (24) 63-70 at Texas 76-87 Texas A&M (23) 54-69 -69 vs. Oklahoma State ^ 67-81 -81

W/L W W L L L W W W W W (OT) W L L W L W (OT) W L L W L W L L L L L L L L L

Attend. 10,490 9,575 7,547 5,901 5,447 5,408 10,612 10,030 9,456 9,268 10,528 8,681 11,452 9,402 8,757 11,143 12,384 11,109 10,408 9,468 10,854 12,036 10,323 12,380 5,976 12,425 16,300 10,798 16,012 11,074 18,879

Points Leader Pledger...............................21 Warren ...............................24 Crocker ...............................19 Warren ...............................30 Warren ...............................25 Davis...................................18 Crocker ...............................16 Warren ...............................25 Crocker ...............................33 Warren ...............................27 Davis...................................25 Warren ...............................26 Warren ...............................19 Davis...................................19 Gallon .................................17 Warren ...............................15 Warren ...............................21 Mason-Griffin .....................21 Mason-Griffin .....................26 Mason-Griffin .....................38 Davis...................................13 Mason-Griffin .....................24 Warren ...............................18 Mason-Griffin .....................30 Mason-Griffin, Warren ........19 Mason-Griffin .....................16 Mason-Griffin .....................17 Gallon .................................23 Crocker ...............................24 Mason-Griffin .....................16 Mason-Griffin.....................16 Mason-Griffin .....................22 Mason-Griffin.....................22

Associated Press rankings in parentheses # Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, Alaska) ka) $ Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Series % All-College Classic (Oklahoma City, Okla.)) & at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena ^ Big 12 Championship (Kansas City, Mo.) Record Summary All Games Big 12 Games Non-Conference Games

Overall 13-18 4-12 9-6

Attendance Summary Home Away Neutral Total

Totals 159,744 108,611 55,768 324,123

Home 11-4 4-4 7-0

Away 1-9 0-8 1-1

Neutral 1-5 0-0 1-5

Avg./Game 10,650 10,861 9,295 10,456

XHonorable mention All-Big 12 selection Willie Warren averaged 16.3 points per game and was the second-round pick of the Los Angeles Clippers in the 2010 NBA Draft.

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Rebounds Leader Gallon ............................... 15 Gallon ............................... 10 Gallon ............................... 11 Allen ................................... 7 Crocker .............................. 10 Gallon ............................... 12 Crocker .............................. 16 Gallon ................................. 7 Gallon ............................... 15 Crocker .............................. 10 Crocker .............................. 10 Crocker, Gallon..................... 8 Fitzgerald, Gallon ................ 5 Crocker, Gallon................... 12 Gallon, Warren..................... 5 Gallon ............................... 18 Davis ................................. 11 Davis, Gallon........................ 7 Crocker .............................. 13 Willis ................................... 7 Davis ................................. 13 Wright............................... 14 Crocker .............................. 11 Willis ................................... 7 Gallon ............................... 10 Crocker ................................ 9 Davis ................................... 8 Gallon ............................... 15 Gallon ................................. 9 Davis ................................... 7 Gallon ........... 6 Crocker, Davis, Gallon...........

Assists Leader Warren ............................... 11 Mason-Griffiin ..................... 5 Mason-Griffin ...................... 6 Mason-Griffin ...................... 5 Warren ................................. 7 Mason-Griffin ...................... 6 Warren ................................. 4 Mason-Griffin ...................... 6 Mason-Griffin ...................... 7 Warren ................................. 4 Mason-Griffin, Warren.......... 4 Warren ................................. 4 Mason-Griffin .................... 10 Mason-Griffin ...................... 7 Crocker ................................. 5 Warren ................................. 7 Mason-Griffin, Warren.......... 5 Mason-Griffin ...................... 5 Davis .................................... 3 Mason-Griffin ...................... 6 Mason-Griffin ...................... 4 Mason-Griffin ...................... 4 Warren ................................. 5 Mason-Griffin ...................... 5 Crocker, Mason-Griffin .......... 3 Crocker, Mason-Griffin .......... 5 Mason-Griffin ...................... 8 Mason-Griffin ...................... 8 Mason-Griffin ...................... 7 Mason-Griffin............. 7 Davis, Mason-Griffin............. Mason-Griffin ...................... ...................... 9


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OVERALL STATISTICS ALL GAMES Player

Willie Warren Tommy Mason-Griffin Tony Crocker Tiny Gallon Cade Davis* Steven Pledger* Andrew Fitzgerald* Ryan Wright Ray Willis Orlando Allen Beau Gerber T.J. Franklin* Kyle Hardrick* TEAM Oklahoma Opponents

— REBOUNDS — OFF-DEF-TOT AVG

MIN-AVG

FG-FGA

PCT

3G-GA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

PF-D

A

TO

BK

ST

PTS

AVG

21-19 31-27 30-30 30-21 31-27 30-3 26-11 30-13 13-2 9-1 9-1 15-0 3-0

678-32.3 1107-35.7 970-32.3 720-24.0 985-31.8 567-18.9 407-15.7 550-18.3 159-12.2 63-7.0 15-1.7 25-1.7 4-1.3

106-242 147-369 118-288 122-223 100-255 60-161 48-94 48-90 11-44 4-8 2-3 0-5 0-0

.438 .398 .410 .547 .392 .373 .511 .533 .250 .500 .667 .000 .000

30-97 70-165 40-122 4-17 58-167 44-130 0-0 0-1 6-19 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-0

.309 .424 .328 .235 .347 .338 .000 .000 .316 .000 .000 .000 .000

101-127 74-91 67-91 62-89 49-63 22-26 30-47 35-54 6-8 3-4 0-0 2-6 0-0

.795 .813 .736 .697 .778 .846 .638 .648 .750 .750 .000 .333 .000

14-55-69 15-74-89 51-134-185 83-155-238 25-96-121 14-30-44 22-29-51 43-86-129 9-19-28 5-12-17 1-1-2 0-2-2 0-1-1 42-48-90

3.3 2.9 6.2 7.9 3.9 1.5 2.0 4.3 2.2 1.9 0.2 0.1 0.3

48-2 41-0 70-4 85-4 68-2 49-0 40-0 73-3 14-0 12-0 0-0 3-0 1-0 1

86 154 51 24 31 17 13 7 4 0 0 4 0

80 87 38 70 26 23 17 20 9 4 3 3 0 2

1 0 15 23 10 5 7 11 6 5 0 0 1

21 28 32 21 46 11 9 8 4 0 0 0 0

343 438 343 310 307 186 126 131 34 11 4 2 0

16.3 14.1 11.4 10.3 9.9 6.2 4.8 4.4 2.6 1.2 0.4 0.1 0.0

31 31

6250 6250

766-1782 829-1815

.430 .457

252-721 235-604

.350 .389

451-606 390-541

.744 .721

324-742-1066 325-776-1101

34.4 35.5

505-15 560-12

391 433

382 372

84 115

180 204

2235 2283

72.1 73.6

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SCORE BY PERIODS

Oklahoma Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

Total

1084 1115

1132 1159

19 9

2235 2283

BIG 12 GAMES Player

G-GS

MIN-AVG

FG-FGA

PCT

3G-GA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

PF-D

A

TO

BK

ST

PTS

AVG

Tommy Mason-Griffin 16-15 Willie Warren 8-6 Cade Davis* 16-16 Tony Crocker 15-15 Tiny Gallon 15-9 Andrew Fitzgerald* 14-8 Ryan Wright 16-8 Steven Pledger* 15-0 Ray Willis 7-2 Kyle Hardrick* 1-0 Orlando Allen 1-0 T.J. Franklin* 7-0 Beau Gerber 4-1 TEAM

607-37.9 257-32.1 570-35.6 473-31.5 358-23.9 273-19.5 320-20.0 247-16.5 96-13.7 1-1.0 1-1.0 13-1.9 9-2.3

88-223 30-73 62-152 51-146 57-110 31-62 30-56 17-63 4-24 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0

.395 .411 .408 .349 .518 .500 .536 .270 .167 .000 .000 .000 .000

46-107 9-29 35-97 14-60 0-6 0-0 0-0 13-50 2-10 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0

.430 .310 .361 .233 .000 .000 .000 .260 .200 .000 .000 .000 .000

49-59 34-47 25-35 30-39 23-35 16-27 27-40 10-11 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-4 0-0

.831 .723 .714 .769 .657 .593 .675 .909 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

5-44-49 4-24-28 16-59-75 22-53-75 33-75-108 8-22-30 30-49-79 8-18-26 7-12-19 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2 0-1-1 26-21-47

3.1 3.5 4.7 5.0 7.2 2.1 4.9 1.7 2.7 0.0 0.0 0.3 0.3

18-0 19-1 40-1 41-4 41-2 33-0 47-3 21-0 10-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 1

73 27 21 28 10 11 3 6 3 0 0 1 0

53 28 18 19 42 7 11 12 7 0 0 1 1

0 0 7 4 10 5 3 3 4 1 0 0 0

15 6 21 17 14 4 3 4 3 0 0 0 0

271 103 184 146 137 78 87 57 10 0 0 0 0

16.9 12.9 11.5 9.7 9.1 5.6 5.4 3.8 1.4 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

3225 3225

370-911 437-926

.406 .472

119-361 109-262

.330 .416

214-297 220-312

.721 .705

159-380-539 160-426-586

33.7 36.6

273-11 278-4

183 216

199 175

37 68

87 105

1073 1203

67.1 75.2

Oklahoma Opponents

16 16

SCORE BY PERIODS

1st

2nd

Total

Oklahoma Opponents

522 561

543 639

1073 1203

* Denotes player returns for 2010-11

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Opponent

1 2 3 4 5 11 13 WRIGHT PLEDGER FRANKLIN FTZGRLD. CROCKER MAS.-GRIFF. WARREN

21 ALLEN

24 25 GALLON HARDRICK

11/14 11/17 11/21 11/25 11/26 11/28 12/2 12/6 12/9 12/12 12/19 12/21 12/31 1/4 1/9 1/11 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/27 1/30 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/17 2/20 2/22 2/27 3/1 3/6 3/10

Mount St. Mary’s Louisiana-Monroe at VCU vs. San Diego # vs. Houston # vs. Nicholls State # Arkansas Arizona $ Centenary at Utah Northern Colorado vs. UTEP % vs. Gonzaga & Md. Eastern Shore at Baylor Oklahoma State Missouri at Texas A&M at Texas Tech Iowa State at Nebraska Texas (9) Texas Tech at Oklahoma State at Colorado Kansas State (7) at Kansas (1) Baylor (24) at Texas Texas A&M (23) vs. Oklahoma State ^

4-5-0 6-4-1 4-5-1 2-2-0 DNP 0-0-0 4-3-1 7-2-0 0-5-0 3-7-0 4-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 3-3-1 1-1-0 3-2-0 12-8-0 4-2-0 7-7-0 4-6-0 2-8-2 11-14-0 7-5-0 4-4-1 4-4-0 3-3-0 1-5-0 14-5-0 0-0-0 10-5-0 3-2-0

0-2-0 DNP DNP 5-7-0 0-4-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 4-2-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 2-2-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

18-15-2 3-10-0 15-11-0 8-6-0 15-9-1 15-12-3 6-6-0 14-7-1 16-15-1 9-3-0 9-5-2 13-8-1 8-5-1 13-12-2 17-5-0 13-18-0 0-7-0 10-7-0 5-4-0 9-6-1 6-6-2 4-2-1 13-15-2 DNP 4-10-0 10-8-1 6-6-2 23-15-1 15-9-0 2-0-0 11-6-0

Starters underlined Associated Press rankings in parentheses # Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, Alaska) $ Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Series % All-College Classic (Oklahoma City, Okla.) & at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena ^ Big 12 Championship (Kansas City, Mo.)

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21-1-0 8-1-0 11-1-3 5-1-0 23-3-1 14-1-3 4-1-2 2-1-0 7-2-0 0-1-0 6-1-0 0-1-0 5-0-0 5-2-2 4-3-0 3-4-0 10-5-0 0-2-0 3-2-1 1-1-0 3-0-0 9-4-1 DNP 3-2-2 0-0-0 3-1-0 6-0-0 0-1-0 3-0-2 9-1-0 18-1-0

2-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-2 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

14-5-1 0-0-0 2-0-0 4-2-0 DNP 10-4-1 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 13-5-0 5-3-0 4-2-1 0-1-0 0-1-0 DNP 0-0-0 7-0-2 4-3-0 3-2-1 DNP 2-1-0 9-1-1 14-5-0 16-6-1 7-4-3 2-2-2 10-2-0 0-0-0

4-4-1 13-3-1 19-6-0 3-3-1 8-10-3 14-3-3 16-16-2 13-5-1 33-13-1 12-10-1 24-10-2 10-8-2 5-1-2 14-12-2 16-2-5 5-4-0 0-2-0 4-5-2 20-13-0 DNP 5-2-2 6-2-2 16-11-2 16-4-1 4-5-3 11-9-5 9-4-0 6-4-1 24-5-2 4-3-3 9-6-1

11-3-4 9-3-5 10-7-6 2-1-5 11-1-5 10-1-6 13-2-3 10-4-6 9-3-7 18-6-3 8-4-4 20-3-1 9-0-10 5-1-7 6-1-1 14-4-3 8-4-5 21-3-5 26-7-1 38-2-6 9-2-4 24-5-4 9-3-4 30-3-5 19-3-3 16-3-5 17-2-8 8-2-8 10-1-7 16-4-4 22-1-9

15-4-11 24-1-4 8-4-5 30-5-3 25-1-7 DNP 13-3-4 25-2-4 9-2-4 27-8-4 4-1-4 26-3-4 19-4-0 15-3-5 9-5-3 15-5-7 21-4-5 14-6-1 DNP DNP 4-2-2 3-2-2 18-4-5 DNP 19-0-2 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP

34 DAVIS

41 WILLIS

45 GERBER

1-3-0 9-3-0 0-2-0 5-3-1 11-4-0 18-3-2 11-2-0 8-3-1 0-3-2 9-4-0 25-3-2 3-1-0 0-3-1 19-3-0 3-1-2 9-4-0 15-11-0 9-7-0 2-2-3 24-3-1 13-1-1 20-10-0 8-2-3 19-3-0 8-7-1 11-4-2 13-8-3 5-3-1 22-2-0 3-7-4 4-6-1

5-2-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 4-2-0 DNP DNP DNP 8-0-0 7-5-1 0-1-0 DNP DNP DNP 2-1-0 6-7-3 0-1-0 DNP 0-2-0 2-7-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP

0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 4-1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0


SOONERS

GAME-BY-GAME TOTALS Mount St. Mary’s

at Oklahoma (17)

ULM

FG-A

Pct.

3FG-A

Pct.

FT-A

Pct.

O/D/T

PF

A

TO

B

S

1

2

27-62

.435

6-19

.316

11-18

.611

6/24/30

22

11

15

6

9

36

35

32-71

25-55

.451

.455

6-16

6-19

.375

.316

25-28

.893

5-5

1.000

at Oklahoma (17) Oklahoma (17)

21-44 24-59

.477 .407

6-17 5-26

.353 .192

24-29 16-22

Oklahoma (25) #

19-58

.328

7-25

.280

vs. Oklahoma (25) # Oklahoma (25) #

30-56 29-48

.536 .604

11-26 13-23

.423 .565

at Oklahoma

23-46

.500

Arizona $

22-50

at VCU

vs. San Diego # Houston #

vs. Nicholls State # Arkansas

28-60

25-57 31-67 23-59 20-54

.467

.439 .463 .390 .370

9-25

8-23 12-26

at Oklahoma $

26-54

.481

.440

11-32 3-18 9-21 9-17

Centenary

23-62

.371

10-27

8-22

.360

.348 .462

19

12/15/27

23

20

5

15

17

6 10

27 34

45 35

72 69

19-21

.905

12/19/31

21

10

13

4

7

27

37

64

22-27 10-13

.815 .769

11/24/35 6/19/25

22 7

17 18

18 14

5 1

2 11

52 37

41 44

.826

4/24/28

2

9

17-21

18-22 26-36

.810

.818 .722

.750 .444 .545 .692

.370

6-10

.600

19-23

10/25/35

15/27/42 17/17/34

22

16 19

17

9 20

11

13 7

19 9 12 13

17 12 12 17

1 1 2 2

9/24/33

16

17

13

0

14

13

7

.889 .765

16/33/49 15/32/47

13 19

17 8

10 10

at Oklahoma

27-56

.482

14-29

.483

12-19

.632

8/23/31

14

UTEP %

33-57

.579

10-16

.625

13-19

.684

6/30/36

21

.509 .300

11-26 5-18

.426 .500

at Oklahoma Oklahoma

34-78 20-56

at Oklahoma

Missouri

vs. Gonzaga & Maryland Eastern Shore at Baylor Oklahoma State

14/31/45 13/27/40

25 18

14 20

43 53

76 100

60 47 67 62

5 4 5 5

39 27 34 26

21 20 33 36

7

25

37

44

82

35

93 81

79

62

47 36

39 31

86 78 80

14

14 12

12

13 0

6

5

39

41

16

9

2

4

47

42

7 6

42 40

25 39

73 79

89

9-32 8-20

.281 .400

13-20 11-14

.650 .786

11/19/30 7/18/25

16 18

8 14

10 13

1 0

3 3

30 34

44 35

74 69

.436 .357

11-34 5-20

.324 .250

9-16 15-25

.563 .600

21/28/49 11/15/26

12 14

20 12

7 11

5 0

9 4

49 26

39 34

88 60

22-58

.379

6-22

.273

12-23

.522

5/40/45

16

10

62

23-64

.359

5-21

.238

10-14

.714

12/23/35

17

14

29-57 18-60

34-58 19-69

.586 .275

10-20 5-25

.423 .278

.500 .200

14-17 13-14

13-15 14-23

.824 .929 .867 .609

12/21/33 14/25/39

9/29/38 13/36/49

17 14

19 21

20 9

18 4

10 18

11 13

2 4

2

6

28

26

11

4

10

32

29

14-17 16-23

.824 .696

12/32/44 10/23/33

13 19

10 8

20 9

2 1

Oklahoma

21-58

.362

5-22

.227

18-22

.818

10/30/40

25

5

16

at Oklahoma Oklahoma

32-66 15-43

.485 .349

11-26 8-22

.423 .364

14-17 8-13

.824 .615

12/16/28 7/20/27

12 16

13 13

at Oklahoma

25-60

.417

10-24

.417

20-28

.714

11/33/44

20

Texas Tech

26-59

.441

5-8

.625

15-16

.938

8/26/34

19

24-63 33-56 24-54 28-68

.381 .589 .444 .412

6-17

7-13 10-19 5-11 5-18

.353

.538 .526

.455 .278

11-17 20-31 8-14

10-14 10-27

.647

.645 .571

.714 .370

5/25/30

13/27/40 10/24/34

12/24/36 18/26/46

21

20 18

15 23

41 29

31 27

15

.320 .333

.500

52 27

7 12

8-25 6-18

24-48

5 2

9 3

.407 .400

at Nebraska Texas (9)

33 47

38

8 7

22-54 20-50

at Texas Tech Iowa State

8 11

44

9 3

at Oklahoma Oklahoma

at Texas A&M

7

50 25

83 54

91 57 61

3 5

27 29

39 33

66 62

4

2

31

34

65

9 15

1 5

8 4

48 20

41 26

89 46

11

11

1

5

48

32

80

14

12

2

3

36

36

14

13 17

11 14

9

8 18

9 11

2

4 3

3 3

3

6 6

6 5

39

23 32

29 30

26

52 52

34 41

65

75 84

63 71

72

at Oklahoma Oklahoma

26-62 26-60

.419 .433

6-26 14-31

.231 .452

13-18 10-13

.722 .769

12/25/37 10/19/29

18 18

16 10

10 14

1 2

7 7

28 38

43 38

71 76

Oklahoma

24-55

.436

7-20

.350

12-16

.750

3/30/33

16

10

11

2

5

30

37

67

at Oklahoma Oklahoma

25-58 26-63

.431 .413

8-23 6-20

.348 .300

10-16 10-14

.625 .714

15/20/35 14/19/33

12 19

13 14

13 9

2 2

8 3

33 29

35 39

68 68

at Oklahoma Oklahoma

23-67 26-54

.343 .481

2-18 10-24

.111 .417

15-18 14-18

.833 .778

19/19/38 4/17/21

13 22

14 13

10 11

2 3

9 4

35 40

28 36

63 76

at Oklahoma Oklahoma ^

17-47 24-53

.362 .453

7-20 8-19

.350 .421

13-16 11-12

.813 .917

4/22/26 6/20/26

20 16

11 11

15 14

7 5

32 23

22 44

54 67

at Oklahoma State at Colorado Kansasa State (7) at Kansas (1) Baylor (24)

at Texas Texas A&M (23) vs. Oklahoma State ^

33-61

28-56 32-60

30-58 23-45 30-56 26-51

30-56

.541

14-28

.500 .533

6-14 10-20

.517 .511

5-10 7-14

.536 .510

.536

4-11 5-13

11-28

.500

.429 .500

.500 .500 .364 .385

.393

17-28

15-18 9-13

16-23 17-19

23-28 12-20

10-11

.850

.833 .692

.696 .895

.821 .600

.909

11/25/36

1/32/33 11/21/32

13/26/39 4/26/30

12/26/38 8/28/36

7/24/31

15

15 16

17 14

13 15

17

18

19 13

15 9

11 12

18

10

7 10

5

5 2

8

5 6

6 17

7 10

10 13

4 2

6 11

4

11

12

7 1

4 7

48

33 35

44 36

38 36

45

49

44 48

37 34

49 33

36

97

77 83

81 70

87 69

81

Associated Press rankings in parentheses # Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, Alaska) $ Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Series % All-College Classic (Oklahoma City, Okla.) & at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena ^ Big 12 Championship (Kansas City, Mo.)

2010-11 | OKLAHOMA MEN’S BASKETBALL 99

THE REVIEW

26-61 25-50

.636 .875

5 3

12 21 13 19

8-9 26-34

14-22 7-8

3

17/13/30 8/20/28 6/29/35 5/27/32

.333 .400

vs. Oklahoma % Oklahoma &

61

3 3

3-4 4-9 12-22 9-13

.208 .417

37

71

95

13 15

10-30 8-20

5-24 10-24

24

46

11 15

.466 .344

.403 .470

8

49

9 19

34-73 22-64

27-67 31-66

1

3

10/17/27 14/24/38

at Oklahoma Oklahoma

at Utah Northern Colorado

2

.828 .727

.344 .167 .429 .529

.364

18/33/51

TP


OKLAHOMA

INDIVIDUAL HIGHS

THE REVIEW

OKLAHOMA HIGHS Points 38, Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Iowa State (1/27) Field Goals 13, Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Iowa State (1/27) Field Goal Attempts 23, Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Oklahoma State (2/13) Field Goal Pct. (min. 7 made) .889 (8-for-9), Steven Pledger vs. Mt. St. Mary’s (11/14) 3-Point Field Goals 7, Tony Crocker vs. Centenary (12/9) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 14, Steven Pledger vs. Houston (11/26) 3-Point Field Goal Pct. (min. 4 made) .800 (4-for-5), Willie Warren vs. Gonzaga (12/31) .800 (4-for-5), Steven Pledger vs. Nicholls St. (11/28) .800 (4-for-5), Steven Pledger vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14) Free Throws 12, Willie Warren vs. San Diego (11/25) Free Throw Attempts 13, Willie Warren vs. ULM (11/17) Free Throw Pct. 1.000 (12-for-12), Willie Warren vs. San Diego (11/25) Rebounds 18, Tiny Gallon vs. Oklahoma State (1/11) Assists 11, Willie Warren vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14) Turnovers 7, Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Colorado (2/17) 7, Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Missouri (1/16) 7, Willie Warren vs. Oklahoma State (1/11) Blocked Shots 3, Tiny Gallon vs. Centenary (12/9) 3, Ryan Wright vs. Centenary (12/9) 3, Orlando Allen vs. Houston (11/26) Steals 4, Tiny Gallon vs. Kansas State (2/20) 4, Cade Davis vs. Nicholls State (11/28)

OPPONENT HIGHS Points Points Field Goals

44 by Stephen Curry, Davidson (11/18) 31, James Anderson, Oklahoma State (2/13) 11, Denis Clemente, Kansas State (2/20) 11, James Anderson, Oklahoma State (2/13) 11, Kelvin Lewis, Houston (11/26) Field Goal Attempts 21, Hillary Haley, Maryland Eastern Shore (1/4) Field Goal Pct. (min. 7 made) .700 (7-for-10), Keiton Page, Oklahoma State (3/10) 3-Point Field Goals 6, LaceDarius Dunn, Baylor (1/9) 6, David Perez, Centenary (12/9) 6, Kelvin Lewis, Houston (11/26) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 12, Keiton Page, Oklahoma State (2/13) 3-Point Field Goal Pct. (min. 4 made) .750 (6-for-8), LaceDarius Dunn, Baylor (11/28) Free Throws 13, Aubrey Coleman, Houston (11/26) Free Throw Attempts 18, Aubrey Coleman, Houston (11/26) Free Throw Pct. 1.000 (7-for-7), John Roberson, Texas Tech (2/9) Rebounds 14, Sean Berry, Maryland Eastern Shore (1/4) Assists 8, five players — last: Diante Garrett, Iowa State (1/27) Turnovers 8, Jeremy Goode, Mount St. Mary’s (11/14) Blocked Shots 7, Ekpe Udoh, Baylor (1/9 and 2/27) Steals 4, five players — last: Keiton Page, Oklahoma State (3/10)

100 OKLAHOMA MEN’S BASKETBALL | 2010-11

OKLAHOMA’S TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES XPOINTS

38................................................................Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Iowa State (1/27) 33............................................................................... Tony Crocker vs. Centenary (12/9) 30........................................................Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Oklahoma State (2/13) 30............................................................................Willie Warren vs. San Diego (11/25) 27.................................................................................... Willie Warren vs. Utah (12/12) 26.................................................................Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Texas Tech (1/23) 26....................................................................................Willie Warren vs. UTEP (12/21) 25...................................................................Cade Davis vs. Northern Colorado (12/19) 25..................................................................................Willie Warren vs. Arizona (12/6) 25...............................................................................Willie Warren vs. Houston (11/26) XREBOUNDS

18........................................................................ Tiny Gallon vs. Oklahoma State (1/11) 16................................................................................. Tony Crocker vs. Arkansas (12/3) 15........................................................................................Tiny Gallon vs. Baylor (2/27) 15................................................................................. Tiny Gallon vs. Centenary (12/9) 15..................................................................... Tiny Gallon vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14) 14......................................................................................... Ryan Wright vs. Texas (2/6) 13............................................................................... Tony Crocker vs. Texas Tech (1/23) 13............................................................................... Tony Crocker vs. Centenary (12/9) XASSISTS

11..................................................................Willie Warren vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14) 10.................................................................Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Gonzaga (12/31) 9..........................................................Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Oklahoma State (3/10) 8.........................................................................Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Baylor (2/27) 8........................................................................Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Kansas (2/22) 7............................................................................ Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Texas (3/1) 7.......................................................................Willie Warren vs. Oklahoma State (1/11) 7............................................... Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Maryland Eastern Shore (1/4) 7...................................................................Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Centenary (12/9) 7.................................................................................Willie Warren vs. Houston (11/26) XBLOCKED SHOTS

3................................................................................... Tiny Gallon vs. Centenary (12/9) 3..................................................................................Ryan Wright vs. Centenary (12/9) 3................................................................................ Orlando Allen vs. Houston (11/26) XSTEALS

4................................................................................Tiny Gallon vs. Kansas State (2/20) 4.............................................................................Cade Davis vs. Nicholls State (11/28) 3............................................................................ 15 times (eight times by Cade Davis) X3-POINT FIELD GOALS

7................................................................................. Tony Crocker vs. Centenary (12/9) 6.................................................................... Steven Pledger vs. Oklahoma State (3/10) 6..............................................................................................Cade Davis vs. Texas (3/1) 6.....................................................................Cade Davis vs. Northern Colorado (12/19) 6.............................................................................. Steven Pledger vs. Houston (11/26) 5........................................................................... Cade Davis vs. Oklahoma State (2/13) 5..........................................................Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Oklahoma State (2/13) 5............................................................................ Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Texas (2/6) 5..................................................................Tommy Mason-Griffin vs. Iowa State (1/27)


SOONERS

TEAM HIGHS AND LOWS OKLAHOMA LOW

95 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14)

46 vs. Nebraska (1/30)

Points in a Half

52 (first) vs. Houston (11/26)

20 (first) vs. Nebraska (1/30)

Winning Margin

34 vs. Maryland Eastern Shore (1/4)

1 vs. Northern Colorado (12/19)

Field Goals

34 vs. Centenary (12/9) and Md. Eastern Shore (1/4)

15 vs. Nebraska (1/30)

Field Goal Attempts

78 vs. Maryland Eastern Shore (1/4)

43 vs. Nebraska (1/30)

Field Goal Percentage

.604 (29-for-48) vs. Nicholls State (11/28)

.328 (19-for-58) vs. San Diego (11/25)

3-Point Field Goals

14 vs. Northern Colorado (12/19) and Okla. State (2/13)

2 vs. Baylor (2/27)

3-Point Field Goal Attempts

34 vs. Maryland Eastern Shore (1/4)

16 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 att.)

.565 (13-for-23) vs. Nicholls State (11/28)

.111 (2-for-18) vs. Baylor (2/27)

Free Throws Made

26 vs. Utah (12/12)

8 vs. Centenary (12/9) and Nebraska (1/30)

Free Throw Attempts

34 vs. Utah (12/12)

9 vs. Centenary (12/9)

Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 att.)

.917 (11-for-12) vs. Oklahoma State (3/10)

.522 (12-for-23) vs. Oklahoma State (1/11)

Rebounds

51 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14)

21 vs. Texas (3/1)

Personal Fouls

25 vs. Texas Tech (1/23)

7 vs. Nicholls State (11/28)

Assists

20 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (11/14) and Md. Eastern Shore (1/4)

5 vs. Texas Tech (1/23)

Turnovers

20 vs. Missouri (1/16)

7 vs. Arizona (12/6) and Md. Eastern Shore (1/4)

Blocked Shots

9 vs. Centenary (12/9)

0 vs. Gonzaga (12/31) and Baylor (1/9)

Steals

11 vs. Nicholls State (11/28)

2 vs. Houston (11/26) and Texas Tech (1/23)

OPPONENTS HIGH

LOW

Points

100 by Houston (11/26)

47 by Arkansas (12/2)

Points in a Half

53 (second) by Houston (11/26)

20 (second) by Arkansas (12/2)

Winning Margin

31 by Baylor (1/9)

1 by Texas Tech (2/9)

Field Goals

34 by Baylor (1/9)

18 by Maryland Eastern Shore (1/4)

Field Goal Attempts

69 by Oklahoma State (1/11)

45 by Baylor (2/27)

Field Goal Percentage

.589 (33-for-56) by Iowa State (1/27)

.275 (19-for-69) by Oklahoma State (1/11)

3-Point Field Goals

14 by Oklahoma State (2/13)

3 by Arkansas (12/2)

3-Point Field Goal Attempts

32 by Nicholls State (11/28)

8 by Texas Tech (2/9)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 att.)

.625 (10-for-16) by UTEP (12/21)

.167 (3-for-18) by Arkansas (12/2)

Free Throws Made

26 by Houston (11/26)

3 by Nicholls State (11/28)

Free Throw Attempts

36 by Houston (11/26)

4 by Nicholls State (11/28)

Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 att.)

.938 (15-for-16) by Texas Tech (2/9)

.370 (10-for-27) by Texas (2/6)

Rebounds

49 by Oklahoma State (1/11)

27 by ULM (11/17)

Personal Fouls

25 by Utah (12/12)

12 by Nicholls State (11/28)

Assists

20 by three teams

4 by Oklahoma State (1/11)

Turnovers

18 by Maryland Eastern Shore (1/4) and Iowa State (1/27)

6 by Kansas (2/22)

Blocked Shots

13 by Utah (12/12)

0 by Centenary (12/9) and Northern Colorado (12/19)

Steals

12 by Oklahoma State (1/11)

2 by Maryland Eastern Shore (1/4)

2010-11 | OKLAHOMA MEN’S BASKETBALL 101

THE REVIEW

HIGH Points


OKLAHOMA

BIG 12 IN REVIEW 2009-10 BIG 12 STANDINGS CONFERENCE

OVERALL

VERSUS TOP 25

Team

W-L

Pct.

Home

Away

W-L

Pct.

Home

Away

Neutral

AP

Coaches

Kansas (1/6) Kansas State (7/7) Baylor (19/10) Texas A&M (23/25) Missouri Texas Oklahoma State Colorado Texas Tech

15-1 11-5 11-5 11-5 10-6 9-7 9-7 6-10 4-12

.938 .688 .688 .688 .625 .563 .563 .375 .250

8-0 5-3 7-1 7-1 6-2 6-2 7-1 5-3 3-5

7-1 6-2 4-4 4-4 4-4 3-5 2-6 1-7 1-7

33-3 29-8 28-8 24-10 23-11 24-10 22-11 15-16 19-16

.917 .784 .778 .706 .676 .706 .667 .484 .543

19-0 14-3 15-1 15-1 16-2 15-2 15-1 13-3 14-5

9-2 7-2 6-4 5-5 4-6 5-6 3-7 2-10 4-10

5-1 8-3 7-3 4-4 3-3 4-2 4-3 0-3 1-1

8-1 7-4 2-4 4-8 2-5 2-7 3-6 1-5 1-8

7-2 5-4 2-5 4-7 2-4 2-6 3-5 1-5 1-8

Oklahoma

4-12

.250

4-4

0-8

13-18

.419

11-4

1-9

1-5

1-4

1-5

Iowa State Nebraska

4-12 2-14

.250 .125

2-6 2-6

2-6 0-8

15-17 15-18

.469 .455

11-7 12-6

3-7 1-10

1-3 2-2

1-7 0-7

1-8 0-6

Teams listed in order of Big 12 Championship seed; AP and ESPN/USA Today rankings in parentheses

THE REVIEW

2010 BIG 12 AWARDS

2010 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

ALL-BIG 12 THIRD TEAM

FIRST TEAM (3.20 GPA or better)

James Anderson, Oklahoma State, Jr., Guard

Tweety Carter, Baylor, Sr., Guard Cory Higgins, Colorado, Jr., Guard Kim English, Missouri, So., Guard Tommy Mason-Griffin, Oklahoma, Fr., Guard Bryan Davis, Texas A&M, Sr., Forward

Josh Lomers, Baylor, Sr. Human Resource Management & Finance Trey Eckloff, Colorado, So. Business-Finance Levi Knutson, Colorado, Jr. Business-Finance Cole Aldrich, Kansas, Jr. Communication Studies Tyrel Reed, Kansas, Jr. Exercise Science/Business-Minor Chris Merriewether, Kansas State, Sr. Finance Victor Ojeleye, Kansas State, So. Business Administration Beau Gerber, Oklahoma, Sr. Mechanical Engineering Dogus Balbay, Texas, Jr. Middle Eastern Studies Damion James, Texas, Sr. Education/Social Work Gary Johnson, Texas, Jr. Education/Social Work Shawn Schepel, Texas A&M, Sr. Nuclear Engineering

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Cole Aldrich, Kansas, Jr., Center NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR Ekpe Udoh, Baylor, Jr., Forward FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Alec Burks, Colorado, Fr., Guard SIXTH MAN AWARD Jamar Samuels, Kansas State, So., Forward COACH OF THE YEAR Frank Martin, Kansas State ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM Cole Aldrich, Kansas, Jr., Center Sherron Collins, Kansas, Sr., Guard Jacob Pullen, Kansas State, Jr., Guard James Anderson, Oklahoma State, Jr., Guard Damion James, Texas, Sr., Guard/Forward Donald Sloan, Texas A&M, Sr., Guard ALL-BIG 12 SECOND TEAM LaceDarius Dunn, Baylor, Jr., Guard Ekpe Udoh, Baylor, Jr., Forward Craig Brackins, Iowa State, Jr., Forward Marcus Morris, Kansas, So., Forward Denis Clemente, Kansas State, Sr., Guard

ALL-BIG 12 HONORABLE MENTION Alec Burks, Colorado, Fr., Guard Marquis Gilstrap, Iowa State, Sr., Forward Xavier Henry, Kansas, Fr., Guard Zaire Taylor, Missouri, Sr., Guard Willie Warren, Oklahoma, So., Guard Obi Muonelo, Oklahoma State, Sr., Guard Avery Bradley, Texas, Fr., Guard John Roberson, Texas Tech, Jr., Guard Mike Singletary, Texas Tech, Jr., Forward BIG 12 ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM Ekpe Udoh, Baylor, Jr., Forward Cole Aldrich, Kansas, Jr., Center Jacob Pullen, Kansas State, Jr., Guard J.T. Tiller, Missouri, Sr., Guard Dogus Balbay, Texas, Jr., Guard Bryan Davis, Texas A&M, Sr., Guard BIG 12 ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Ekpe Udoh, Baylor, Jr., Forward Alec Burks, Colorado, Fr., Guard Xavier Henry, Kansas, Fr., Guard Tommy Mason-Griffin, Oklahoma, Fr., Guard Avery Bradley, Texas, Fr., Guard

XMechanical engineering major Beau Gerber was named to the 2010 Academic All-Big 12 first team.

102 OKLAHOMA MEN’S BASKETBALL | 2010-11

SECOND TEAM (3.00 to 3.19 GPA) Casey Crawford, Colorado, Jr. Laurence Bowers, Missouri, So. J.T. Tiller, Missouri, Sr. Ryan Wright, Oklahoma, Sr. James Anderson, Oklahoma State, Jr. Justin Mason, Texas, Sr. Alexis Wangmene, Texas, So. Robert Lewandowski, Texas Tech, So. Mike Singletary, Texas Tech, Jr.

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SOONERS

BIG 12 LEADERS INDIVIDUAL STATS (ALL GAMES) X SCORING Player

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X FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 2.5 MADE PER GAME) G

FG

3FG

FT

PTS

AVG

Anderson, James-OSU ................. 33 ......... 226 .........74.........209 ......... 735 .........22.3 Dunn, LaceDarius-BU .................. 36 ......... 231 .......116.........126 ......... 704 .........19.6 Pullen, Jacob-KSU ....................... 37 ......... 201 .......110.........203 ......... 715 .........19.3 Higgins, Cory-CU ......................... 31 ......... 193 .........32.........169 ......... 587 .........18.9 James, Damion-UT ...................... 34 ......... 210 .........36.........155 ......... 611 .........18.0 Sloan, Donald-TAMU ................... 34 ......... 200 .........47.........157 ......... 604 .........17.8 Burks, Alec-CU ............................. 30 ......... 172 .........19.........149 ......... 512 .........17.1 Clemente, Denis-KSU................... 37 ......... 213 .........88...........99 ......... 613 .........16.6 Brackins, Craig-ISU ...................... 32 ......... 192 .........27.........117 ......... 528 .........16.5 Collins, Sherron-KU...................... 36 ......... 185 .........70.........118 ......... 558 .........15.5 Singletary, Mike-TTU ................... 35 ......... 167 .........22.........169 ......... 525 .........15.0 Carter, Tweety-BU........................ 32 ......... 161 .........79...........78 ......... 479 .........15.0 Gilstrap, Marquis-ISU................... 32 ......... 162 .........43.........109 ......... 476 .........14.9 Roberson, John-TTU .................... 35 ......... 148 .........71.........143 ......... 510 .........14.6 Mason-Griffin, Tommy-OU...... 31 .......147 ....... 70 ........74 ....... 438....... 14.1

XREBOUNDING Player

G

OFF

DEF

TOT

AVG

James, Damion-UT ............................... 34 ......... 107 ...........243 ........... 350 .........10.3 Aldrich, Cole-KU ................................... 36 ......... 110 ...........244 ........... 354 ...........9.8 Udoh, Ekpe-BU ..................................... 36 ......... 129 ...........222 ........... 351 ...........9.8 Gilstrap, Marquis-ISU............................ 32 ........... 88 ...........210 ........... 298 ...........9.3 Brackins, Craig-ISU ............................... 32 ........... 67 ...........206 ........... 273 ...........8.5 Davis, Bryan-TAMU............................... 34 ......... 106 ...........171 ........... 277 ...........8.1 Moses, Marshall-OSU ........................... 32 ........... 79 ...........180 ........... 259 ...........8.1 Gallon, Tiny-OU .............................30 ......... 83 .........155 ......... 238.........7.9 Singletary, Mike-TTU ............................ 35 ........... 51 ...........188 ........... 239 ...........6.8 Pilgrim, Matt-OSU ................................ 30 ........... 53 ...........148 ........... 201 ...........6.7 Crocker, Tony-OU ...........................30 ......... 51 .........134 ......... 185.........6.2

XFIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 5.0 MADE PER GAME) Player

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G

FG

FGA

PCT

Burks, Alec-CU ..................................................30 .............172............ 320 .......... .538 Higgins, Cory-CU ..............................................31 .............193............ 382 .......... .505 James, Damion-UT ...........................................34 .............210............ 419 .......... .501 Udoh, Ekpe-BU .................................................36 .............191............ 390 .......... .490 Anderson, James-OSU ......................................33 .............226............ 494 .......... .457 Dunn, LaceDarius-BU .......................................36 .............231............ 513 .......... .450 Sloan, Donald-TAMU ........................................34 .............200............ 450 .......... .444 Carter, Tweety-BU.............................................32 .............161............ 369 .......... .436 Gilstrap, Marquis-ISU........................................32 .............162............ 372 .......... .435 Collins, Sherron-KU...........................................36 .............185............ 434 .......... .426

X3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 1.5 MADE PER GAME) Player

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G

3FG

3FGA

PCT

Anderson, Ryan-NU ..........................................31 ...............54............ 126 .......... .429 Muonelo, Obi-OSU ............................................33 ...............80............ 188 .......... .426 Mason-Griffin, Tommy-OU........................31 ............ 70 ..........165 ....... .424 Dunn, LaceDarius-BU .......................................36 .............116............ 277 .......... .419 Henry, Xavier-KU ..............................................36 ...............69............ 165 .......... .418 Roberson, John-TTU .........................................35 ...............71............ 172 .......... .413 Denmon, Marcus-MU .......................................34 ...............68............ 167 .......... .407 Pullen, Jacob-KSU ............................................37 .............110............ 278 .......... .396 Carter, Tweety-BU.............................................32 ...............79............ 205 .......... .385 Page, Keiton-OSU .............................................33 ...............74............ 193 .......... .383 Davis, Cade-OU........................................31 ............ 58 ..........167 ....... .347

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G

FT

FTA

PCT

Brown, J’Covan-UT ...........................................33 ...............83.............. 94 .......... .883 Dunn, LaceDarius-BU .......................................36 .............126............ 147 .......... .857 Collins, Sherron-KU...........................................36 .............118............ 138 .......... .855 Higgins, Cory-CU ..............................................31 .............169............ 203 .......... .833 Richardson, Brandon-NU ..................................31 ...............85............ 103 .......... .825 Pullen, Jacob-KSU ............................................37 .............203............ 247 .......... .822 Holmes, B.J.-TAMU ...........................................34 ...............91............ 111 .......... .820 Anderson, James-OSU ......................................33 .............209............ 258 .......... .810 Roberson, John-TTU .........................................35 .............143............ 179 .......... .799 Henry, Xavier-KU ..............................................36 ...............90............ 115 .......... .783

XASSISTS Player

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G

A

AVG

Carter, Tweety-BU........................................................32 ............... 188................5.88 Roberson, John-TTU ....................................................35 ............... 190................5.43 Garrett, Diante-ISU ......................................................32 ............... 164................5.13 Mason-Griffin, Tommy-OU................................. 31 ............ 154 ............ 4.97 Collins, Sherron-KU......................................................36 ............... 161................4.47 Tomlinson, Nate-CU.....................................................31 ............... 130................4.19 Clemente, Denis-KSU...................................................37 ............... 154................4.16 Jeter, Lance-NU ...........................................................33 ............... 134................4.06 Balbay, Dogus-UT ........................................................28 ............... 108................3.86 Harris, Dash-TAMU ......................................................32 ............... 109................3.41

XBLOCKED SHOTS Player

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G

B

AVG

Udoh, Ekpe-BU ............................................................36 ............... 133................3.69 Aldrich, Cole-KU ..........................................................36 ............... 125................3.47 Kelly, Curtis-KSU ..........................................................37 ................. 74................2.00 Pittman, Dexter-UT .....................................................34 ................. 63................1.85 Davis, Bryan-TAMU......................................................34 ................. 58................1.71 Bowers, Laurence-MU .................................................34 ................. 48................1.41 Dendy, LaRon-ISU........................................................24 ................. 32................1.33 Roberts, D’walyn-TTU .................................................34 ................. 44................1.29 Diaz, Jorge Brian-NU ...................................................33 ................. 41................1.24 Brackins, Craig-ISU ......................................................32 ................. 38................1.19

XSTEALS Player

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G

S

AVG

Higgins, Cory-CU .........................................................31 ................. 60................1.94 Taylor, Zaire-MU ..........................................................34 ................. 63................1.85 Pullen, Jacob-KSU .......................................................37 ................. 67................1.81 Anderson, Ryan-NU .....................................................31 ................. 53................1.71 James, Damion-UT ......................................................34 ................. 57................1.68 Ramsey, Keith-MU.......................................................34 ................. 55................1.62 Tiller, J.T.-MU ...............................................................31 ................. 50................1.61 Henry, Xavier-KU .........................................................36 ................. 54................1.50 Davis, Cade-OU................................................. 31 .............. 46 ............ 1.48 Anderson, James-OSU .................................................33 ................. 46................1.39

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OKLAHOMA

BIG 12 LEADERS INDIVIDUAL STATS (BIG 12 GAMES) X SCORING Player

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X FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 2.5 MADE PER GAME) G

FG

3FG

FT

PTS

AVG

Anderson, James-OSU ................. 16 ......... 117 .........42.........109 ......... 385 .........24.1 Dunn, LaceDarius-BU .................. 16 ......... 108 .........56...........59 ......... 331 .........20.7 Higgins, Cory-CU ......................... 16 ......... 105 .........13...........88 ......... 311 .........19.4 James, Damion-UT ...................... 16 ......... 105 .........16...........66 ......... 292 .........18.3 Sloan, Donald-TAMU ................... 16 ........... 95 .........19...........83 ......... 292 .........18.3 Pullen, Jacob-KSU ....................... 16 ........... 76 .........38...........95 ......... 285 .........17.8 Clemente, Denis-KSU................... 16 ........... 94 .........44...........51 ......... 283 .........17.7 Burks, Alec-CU ............................. 15 ........... 89 ...........9...........73 ......... 260 .........17.3 Mason-Griffin, Tommy-OU...... 16 .........88 ....... 46 ........49 ....... 271....... 16.9 Brackins, Craig-ISU ...................... 16 ........... 95 .........12...........58 ......... 260 .........16.3 Gilstrap, Marquis-ISU................... 16 ........... 86 .........25...........47 ......... 244 .........15.3 Carter, Tweety-BU........................ 16 ........... 82 .........36...........41 ......... 241 .........15.1 Collins, Sherron-KU...................... 16 ........... 75 .........32...........57 ......... 239 .........14.9 Roberson, John-TTU .................... 16 ........... 68 .........33...........69 ......... 238 .........14.9 Muonelo, Obi-OSU ....................... 16 ........... 78 .........48...........31 ......... 235 .........14.7

XREBOUNDING

THE REVIEW

Player

G

OFF

DEF

TOT

AVG

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Gilstrap, Marquis-ISU............................ 16 ........... 51 ...........113 ........... 164 .........10.3 James, Damion-UT ............................... 16 ........... 51 ...........107 ........... 158 ...........9.9 Brackins, Craig-ISU ............................... 16 ........... 36 ...........110 ........... 146 ...........9.1 Aldrich, Cole-KU ................................... 16 ........... 46 .............97 ........... 143 ...........8.9 Udoh, Ekpe-BU ..................................... 16 ........... 49 .............88 ........... 137 ...........8.6 Davis, Bryan-TAMU............................... 16 ........... 57 .............78 ........... 135 ...........8.4 Singletary, Mike-TTU ............................ 16 ........... 31 .............91 ........... 122 ...........7.6 Pilgrim, Matt-OSU ................................ 15 ........... 33 .............77 ........... 110 ...........7.3 Morris, Marcus-KU ................................ 16 ........... 55 .............62 ........... 117 ...........7.3 Hamilton, Justin-ISU ............................ 16 ........... 59 .............58 ........... 117 ...........7.3 12. Gallon, Tiny-OU .............................15 ......... 33 .......... 75 ......... 108.........7.2 XFIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 5.0 MADE PER GAME) Player

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G

FG

FGA

PCT

Morris, Marcus-KU ............................................16 ...............87............ 155 .......... .561 Burks, Alec-CU ..................................................15 ...............89............ 170 .......... .524 Higgins, Cory-CU ..............................................16 .............105............ 201 .......... .522 James, Damion-UT ...........................................16 .............105............ 205 .......... .512 Anderson, James-OSU ......................................16 .............117............ 245 .......... .478 Dunn, LaceDarius-BU .......................................16 .............108............ 231 .......... .468 Bradley, Avery-UT .............................................16 ...............81............ 178 .......... .455 Carter, Tweety-BU.............................................16 ...............82............ 191 .......... .429 Gilstrap, Marquis-ISU........................................16 ...............86............ 207 .......... .415 Sloan, Donald-TAMU ........................................16 ...............95............ 231 .......... .411 Mason-Griffin, Tommy-OU........................16 ............ 88 ..........223 ....... .395

X3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 1.5 MADE PER GAME) Player

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G

3FG

3FGA

PCT

Anderson, Ryan-NU ..........................................15 ...............34.............. 70 .......... .486 Dunn, LaceDarius-BU .......................................16 ...............56............ 118 .......... .475 Muonelo, Obi-OSU ............................................16 ...............48............ 111 .......... .432 Mason-Griffin, Tommy-OU........................16 ............ 46 ..........107 ....... .430 Bradley, Avery-UT .............................................16 ...............26.............. 62 .......... .419 Denmon, Marcus-MU .......................................16 ...............33.............. 79 .......... .418 Roberson, John-TTU .........................................16 ...............33.............. 80 .......... .413 Anderson, James-OSU ......................................16 ...............42............ 104 .......... .404 Christopherson,Scott-ISU .................................16 ...............26.............. 68 .......... .382 Collins, Sherron-KU...........................................16 ...............32.............. 88 .......... .364 Davis, Cade-OU........................................16 ............ 35 ........... 97 ....... .361

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Player

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G

FT

FTA

PCT

Dunn, LaceDarius-BU .......................................16 ...............59.............. 65 .......... .908 Brown, J’Covan-UT ...........................................16 ...............43.............. 49 .......... .878 Taylor, Zaire-MU ...............................................16 ...............41.............. 48 .......... .854 Pullen, Jacob-KSU ............................................16 ...............95............ 113 .......... .841 Collins, Sherron-KU...........................................16 ...............57.............. 68 .......... .838 Mason-Griffin, Tommy-OU........................16 ............ 49 ........... 59 ....... .831 Richardson, Brandon-NU ..................................16 ...............47.............. 57 .......... .825 Roberson, John-TTU .........................................16 ...............69.............. 84 .......... .821 Anderson, James-OSU ......................................16 .............109............ 134 .......... .813 Higgins, Cory-CU ..............................................16 ...............88............ 109 .......... .807

XASSISTS Player

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G

A

AVG

Carter, Tweety-BU........................................................16 ............... 102................6.38 Roberson, John-TTU ....................................................16 ................. 83................5.19 Garrett, Diante-ISU ......................................................16 ................. 75................4.69 Mason-Griffin, Tommy-OU................................. 16 .............. 73 ............ 4.56 Tomlinson, Nate-CU.....................................................16 ................. 71................4.44 Collins, Sherron-KU......................................................16 ................. 69................4.31 Jeter, Lance-NU ...........................................................16 ................. 61................3.81 Clemente, Denis-KSU...................................................16 ................. 59................3.69 Pullen, Jacob-KSU .......................................................16 ................. 58................3.63 Harris, Dash-TAMU ......................................................16 ................. 54................3.38

XBLOCKED SHOTS Player

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G

B

AVG

Udoh, Ekpe-BU ............................................................16 ................. 57................3.56 Aldrich, Cole-KU ..........................................................16 ................. 54................3.38 Kelly, Curtis-KSU ..........................................................16 ................. 30................1.88 Davis, Bryan-TAMU......................................................16 ................. 29................1.81 Pittman, Dexter-UT .....................................................16 ................. 27................1.69 Dendy, LaRon-ISU........................................................13 ................. 20................1.54 James, Damion-UT ......................................................16 ................. 23................1.44 Hamilton, Justin-ISU ...................................................16 ................. 21................1.31 Bowers, Laurence-MU .................................................16 ................. 19................1.19 Roberts, D’walyn-TTU .................................................15 ................. 16................1.07

XSTEALS Player

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G

S

AVG

Higgins, Cory-CU .........................................................16 ................. 34................2.13 Pullen, Jacob-KSU .......................................................16 ................. 29................1.81 Taylor, Zaire-MU ..........................................................16 ................. 26................1.63 Okorie, Nick-TTU..........................................................16 ................. 25................1.56 Singletary, Mike-TTU ...................................................16 ................. 24................1.50 Anderson, Ryan-NU .....................................................15 ................. 22................1.47 Dunn, LaceDarius-BU ..................................................16 ................. 23................1.44 James, Damion-UT ......................................................16 ................. 23................1.44 9. Anderson, James-OSU .................................................16 ................. 22................1.38 Henry, Xavier-KU .........................................................16 ................. 22................1.38 11. Davis, Cade-OU................................................. 16 .............. 21 ............ 1.31 Ramsey, Keith-MU.......................................................16 ................. 21................1.31 Morningstar, Brady-KU ................................................16 ................. 21................1.31


SOONERS

BIG 12 LEADERS TEAM STATS (ALL GAMES) X SCORING OFFENSE Team

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X FREE THROW PERCENTAGE G

W-L

PTS

AVG

Kansas ...........................................36 ..................33-3 ................ 2937................81.6 Texas ..............................................34 ................24-10 ................ 2761................81.2 Kansas State ..................................37 ..................29-8 ................ 2949................79.7 Missouri .........................................34 ................23-11 ................ 2627................77.3 Baylor ............................................36 ..................28-8 ................ 2771................77.0 Texas Tech ......................................35 ................19-16 ................ 2684................76.7 Colorado.........................................31 ................15-16 ................ 2313................74.6 Oklahoma State .............................33 ................22-11 ................ 2437................73.8 Iowa State......................................32 ................15-17 ................ 2323................72.6 Oklahoma .............................. 31 .............13-18 ..............2235 ............ 72.1 Texas A&M .....................................34 ................24-10 ................ 2426................71.4 Nebraska ........................................33 ................15-18 ................ 2194................66.5

XSCORING DEFENSE G

PTS

AVG

XFIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

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G

FG

FGA

PCT

XFIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE

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FT

FTA

PCT

Team

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G

3FG

3FGA

PCT

Kansas ......................................................... 36............. 262...............648 .......... .404 Nebraska ...................................................... 33............. 217...............547 .......... .397 Colorado....................................................... 31............. 206...............531 .......... .388 Baylor .......................................................... 36............. 255...............662 .......... .385 Iowa State.................................................... 32............. 209...............561 .......... .373 Texas Tech .................................................... 35............. 196...............528 .......... .371 Missouri ....................................................... 34............. 258...............701 .......... .368 Kansas State ................................................ 37............. 253...............703 .......... .360 Oklahoma ...........................................31 ...........252............ 721........ .350 Oklahoma State ........................................... 33............. 274...............784 .......... .349 Texas ............................................................ 34............. 195...............566 .......... .345 Texas A&M ................................................... 34............. 210...............626 .......... .335

X3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

Kansas ......................................................... 36............1033.............2111 .......... .489 Baylor .......................................................... 36............. 993.............2040 .......... .487 Colorado....................................................... 31............. 773.............1634 .......... .473 Texas ............................................................ 34............1005.............2158 .......... .466 Oklahoma State ........................................... 33............. 839.............1861 .......... .451 Kansas State ................................................ 37............. 981.............2182 .......... .450 Iowa State.................................................... 32............. 830.............1873 .......... .443 Texas A&M ................................................... 34............. 813.............1846 .......... .440 Nebraska ...................................................... 33............. 768.............1745 .......... .440 Missouri ....................................................... 34............. 926.............2104 .......... .440 Texas Tech .................................................... 35............. 922.............2103 .......... .438 Oklahoma ...........................................31 ...........766.......... 1782........ .430

Team

G

Colorado....................................................... 31............. 561...............732 .......... .766 Oklahoma ...........................................31 ...........451............ 606........ .744 Baylor .......................................................... 36............. 530...............731 .......... .725 Missouri ....................................................... 34............. 517...............714 .......... .724 Texas Tech .................................................... 35............. 644...............901 .......... .715 Oklahoma State ........................................... 33............. 485...............679 .......... .714 Kansas ......................................................... 36............. 609...............871 .......... .699 Nebraska ...................................................... 33............. 441...............654 .......... .674 Kansas State ................................................ 37............. 734.............1098 .......... .668 Texas A&M ................................................... 34............. 590...............892 .......... .661 Iowa State.................................................... 32............. 454...............691 .......... .657 Texas ............................................................ 34............. 556...............878 .......... .633

Team

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G

3FG

AVG

Oklahoma State .......................................................33 .................. 274................8.30 Oklahoma .....................................................31 ............... 252 ............ 8.13 Missouri ...................................................................34 .................. 258................7.59 Kansas .....................................................................36 .................. 262................7.28 Baylor ......................................................................36 .................. 255................7.08 Kansas State ............................................................37 .................. 253................6.84 Colorado...................................................................31 .................. 206................6.65 Nebraska ..................................................................33 .................. 217................6.58 Iowa State................................................................32 .................. 209................6.53 Texas A&M ...............................................................34 .................. 210................6.18 Texas ........................................................................34 .................. 195................5.74 Texas Tech ................................................................35 .................. 196................5.60

XREBOUNDING MARGIN G

FG

FGA

PCT

Kansas ......................................................... 36............. 811.............2142 .......... .379 Baylor .......................................................... 36............. 816.............2136 .......... .382 Texas ............................................................ 34............. 843.............2091 .......... .403 Missouri ....................................................... 34............. 775.............1890 .......... .410 Texas A&M ................................................... 34............. 761.............1854 .......... .410 Kansas State ................................................ 37............. 853.............2037 .......... .419 Iowa State.................................................... 32............. 830.............1978 .......... .420 Oklahoma State ........................................... 33............. 770.............1835 .......... .420 Texas Tech .................................................... 35............. 915.............2141 .......... .427 Nebraska ...................................................... 33............. 725.............1682 .......... .431 Oklahoma ...........................................31 ...........829.......... 1815......... .457 Colorado....................................................... 31............. 786.............1702 .......... .462

Team

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TEAM

AVG

OPP

AVG

MAR

Kansas ............................36 ..........1457...........40.5 .........1211 .......... 33.6 ....... +6.8 Baylor .............................36 ..........1407...........39.1 .........1178 .......... 32.7 ....... +6.4 Texas ...............................34 ..........1425...........41.9 .........1226 .......... 36.1 ....... +5.9 Kansas State ...................37 ..........1437...........38.8 .........1277 .......... 34.5 ....... +4.3 Texas A&M ......................34 ..........1252...........36.8 .........1160 .......... 34.1 ....... +2.7 Iowa State.......................32 ..........1227...........38.3 .........1174 .......... 36.7 ....... +1.7 Oklahoma State ..............33 ..........1169...........35.4 .........1122 .......... 34.0 ....... +1.4 Nebraska .........................33 ..........1069...........32.4 .........1080 .......... 32.7 .........-0.3 Oklahoma ..................31 ........1066 ........ 34.4........1101 ........ 35.5........-1.1 Texas Tech .......................35 ..........1298...........37.1 .........1362 .......... 38.9 .........-1.8 Missouri ..........................34 ..........1200...........35.3 .........1298 .......... 38.2 .........-2.9 Colorado..........................31 ............884...........28.5 .........1116 .......... 36.0 .........-7.5

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Kansas .....................................................................36 ................ 2312................64.2 Texas A&M ...............................................................34 ................ 2192................64.5 Baylor ......................................................................36 ................ 2362................65.6 Nebraska ..................................................................33 ................ 2169................65.7 Missouri ...................................................................34 ................ 2252................66.2 Oklahoma State .......................................................33 ................ 2243................68.0 Kansas State ............................................................37 ................ 2584................69.8 Texas ........................................................................34 ................ 2381................70.0 Iowa State................................................................32 ................ 2254................70.4 Oklahoma .....................................................31 ..............2283 ............ 73.6 Colorado...................................................................31 ................ 2299................74.2 Texas Tech ................................................................35 ................ 2662................76.1

Team

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X3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Team

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Team


OKLAHOMA

BIG 12 LEADERS TEAM STATS (BIG 12 GAMES) X SCORING OFFENSE Team

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X FREE THROW PERCENTAGE G

W-L

PTS

AVG

Kansas ...........................................16 ..................15-1 ................ 1273................79.6 Texas ..............................................16 ....................9-7 ................ 1240................77.5 Baylor ............................................16 ..................11-5 ................ 1229................76.8 Kansas State ..................................16 ..................11-5 ................ 1228................76.8 Oklahoma State .............................16 ....................9-7 ................ 1188................74.2 Colorado.........................................16 ..................6-10 ................ 1175................73.4 Missouri .........................................16 ..................10-6 ................ 1170................73.1 Texas Tech ......................................16 ..................4-12 ................ 1166................72.9 Texas A&M .....................................16 ..................11-5 ................ 1103................68.9 Iowa State......................................16 ..................4-12 ................ 1094................68.4 Oklahoma .............................. 16 ...............4-12 ..............1073 ............ 67.1 Nebraska ........................................16 ..................2-14 ................ 1005................62.8

XSCORING DEFENSE

THE REVIEW

G

PTS

AVG

Texas A&M ...............................................................16 ................ 1052................65.8 Kansas .....................................................................16 ................ 1074................67.1 Missouri ...................................................................16 ................ 1109................69.3 Baylor ......................................................................16 ................ 1124................70.2 Kansas State ............................................................16 ................ 1132................70.8 Oklahoma State .......................................................16 ................ 1153................72.1 Nebraska ..................................................................16 ................ 1166................72.9 Iowa State................................................................16 ................ 1187................74.2 Texas ........................................................................16 ................ 1191................74.4 Oklahoma .....................................................16 ..............1203 ............ 75.2 Colorado...................................................................16 ................ 1249................78.1 Texas Tech ................................................................16 ................ 1304................81.5

XFIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Team

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

G

FG

FGA

PCT

XFIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

FT

FTA

PCT

Team

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

G

3FG

FGA

PCT

Colorado....................................................... 16............. 110...............279 .......... .394 Texas Tech .................................................... 16............. 103...............262 .......... .393 Kansas ......................................................... 16............. 107...............273 .......... .392 Baylor .......................................................... 16............. 111...............288 .......... .385 Nebraska ...................................................... 16............. 104...............276 .......... .377 Oklahoma State ........................................... 16............. 145...............388 .......... .374 Texas ............................................................ 16............... 88...............241 .......... .365 Missouri ....................................................... 16............. 112...............325 .......... .345 Kansas State ................................................ 16............. 103...............307 .......... .336 Oklahoma ...........................................16 ...........119............ 361......... .330 Iowa State.................................................... 16............... 88...............276 .......... .319 Texas A&M ................................................... 16............... 82...............277 .......... .296

Team

G

3FG

AVG

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Oklahoma State .......................................................16 .................. 145................9.06 Oklahoma .....................................................16 ............... 119 ............ 7.44 Missouri ...................................................................16 .................. 112................7.00 Baylor ......................................................................16 .................. 111................6.94 Colorado...................................................................16 .................. 110................6.88 Kansas .....................................................................16 .................. 107................6.69 Nebraska ..................................................................16 .................. 104................6.50 Texas Tech ................................................................16 .................. 103................6.44 Kansas State ............................................................16 .................. 103................6.44 10. Texas ........................................................................16 .................... 88................5.50 Iowa State................................................................16 .................... 88................5.50 12. Texas A&M ...............................................................16 .................... 82................5.13 XREBOUNDING MARGIN

G

FG

FGA

PCT

Kansas ......................................................... 16............. 374...............939 .......... .398 Texas A&M ................................................... 16............. 354...............859 .......... .412 Baylor .......................................................... 16............. 385...............917 .......... .420 Missouri ....................................................... 16............. 380...............902 .......... .421 Kansas State ................................................ 16............. 376...............883 .......... .426 Texas ............................................................ 16............. 417...............967 .......... .431 Iowa State.................................................... 16............. 435.............1002 .......... .434 Oklahoma State ........................................... 16............. 397...............904 .......... .439 Texas Tech .................................................... 16............. 439...............984 .......... .446 Nebraska ...................................................... 16............. 377...............830 .......... .454 Oklahoma ...........................................16 ...........437............ 926........ .472 Colorado....................................................... 16............. 435...............909 .......... .479

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G

Baylor .......................................................... 16............. 252...............320 .......... .788 Colorado....................................................... 16............. 273...............362 .......... .754 Oklahoma State ........................................... 16............. 243...............332 .......... .732 Missouri ....................................................... 16............. 254...............349 .......... .728 Oklahoma ...........................................16 ...........214............ 297........ .721 Kansas ......................................................... 16............. 274...............389 .......... .704 Texas Tech .................................................... 16............. 261...............376 .......... .694 Nebraska ...................................................... 16............. 211...............308 .......... .685 Iowa State.................................................... 16............. 232...............341 .......... .680 Kansas State ................................................ 16............. 323...............475 .......... .680 Texas A&M ................................................... 16............. 265...............402 .......... .659 Texas ............................................................ 16............. 258...............404 .......... .639

X3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

Baylor .......................................................... 16............. 433...............898 .......... .482 Kansas ......................................................... 16............. 446...............937 .......... .476 Colorado....................................................... 16............. 396...............851 .......... .465 Texas ............................................................ 16............. 447...............996 .......... .449 Oklahoma State ........................................... 16............. 400...............894 .......... .447 Texas A&M ................................................... 16............. 378...............865 .......... .437 Kansas State ................................................ 16............. 401...............929 .......... .432 Texas Tech .................................................... 16............. 401...............963 .......... .416 Missouri ....................................................... 16............. 402...............972 .......... .414 Iowa State.................................................... 16............. 387...............945 .......... .410 Oklahoma ...........................................16 ...........370............ 911......... .406 Nebraska ...................................................... 16............. 345...............861 .......... .401

Team

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

X3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Team

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Team

Team

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

G

TEAM

AVG

OPP

AVG

MAR

Kansas ............................16 ............629...........39.3 ...........539 .......... 33.7 ....... +5.6 Baylor .............................16 ............583...........36.4 ...........500 .......... 31.3 ....... +5.2 Texas ...............................16 ............634...........39.6 ...........561 .......... 35.1 ....... +4.6 Texas A&M ......................16 ............594...........37.1 ...........523 .......... 32.7 ....... +4.4 Kansas State ...................16 ............618...........38.6 ...........554 .......... 34.6 ....... +4.0 Oklahoma State ..............16 ............572...........35.8 ...........523 .......... 32.7 ....... +3.1 Iowa State.......................16 ............625...........39.1 ...........603 .......... 37.7 ....... +1.4 Oklahoma ..................16 ..........539 ........ 33.7..........586 ........ 36.6........-2.9 Nebraska .........................16 ............505...........31.6 ...........561 .......... 35.1 .........-3.5 Missouri ..........................16 ............565...........35.3 ...........626 .......... 39.1 .........-3.8 Texas Tech .......................16 ............557...........34.8 ...........663 .......... 41.4 .........-6.6 Colorado..........................16 ............435...........27.2 ...........617 .......... 38.6 ....... -11.4


SOONERS

GAME RECAPS XGAME 1: OU 95, MOUNT ST. MARYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 71

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FG

3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

S

TPP

Beidler (F) Atupem (F) Krajina (F) Cajou (G) Goode (G) Brown, P. Holland Brown, O. Harvey Trice Jackson Thompson

28 5-11 32 5-10 14 0-5 24 4-8 30 6-11 11 0-2 24 2-6 0+ 0-0 1 1-1 12 3-7 16 1-1 8 0-0

0-2 0-0 0-4 1-4 2-4 0-0 2-4 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-3 0-0 4-5 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-4 2-2 0-0

8 6 3 1 1 0 3 0 0 1 3 1

4 2 4 5 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 1

1 2 1 1 4 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

3 2 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1

100 100 0 133 188 0 6 0 3 7 4 0

Totals

200 27-62 6-19 11-18 (.435) (.316) (.611)

30

22

11

15

6

9

71

OKLAHOMA

MP

FG

3FG

F

A

TO

B

S

TPP

Wright (F) Gallon (F) Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Warren (G) Pledger Franklin 'JU[HFSBME Allen Hardrick Davis Willis Gerber

22 2-7 22 6-14 20 2-7 30 4-12 32 4-10 19 8-9 2 0-0   6 0-1 2 0-0 7 0-0 10 1-3 2 0-1

0-0 0-1 0-1 1-4 0-3 4-5 0-0  0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0

1 0 3 2 3 1 1 4 2 11 4 0 1 1   1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

0 1 2 2 2 2 1  0 0 0 0 1

0 1 1 0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 2 0 0  0 0 0 0 0

4 188 4 11 155 21 2  0 0 1 5 0

15

6

3

955

Totals

FT

R

0-0 5 6-6 15 0-0 4 2-2 3 7-8 4 1-1 1 2-2 0   0-0 2 0-0 0 1-2 3 2-2 2 0-0 0 51

19

20

Officials: Paul Janssen, Terry Moore, Roland Simmons Technicals: Mount St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x201C; team; Attendance: 10,490; Halftime: OU 49, Mount 36 Notes: Oklahomaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s freshman foursome of Steven Pledger (21), Tiny Gallon (18), Andrew Fitzger-ald (14) and Tommy Mason-Griffin (11) combined for 64 of the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 95 points (67 percent) ... Pledgerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 21 points were the most by a Sooner off the bench since 2005 (span of 140 games) ... Pledger was 8-for-9 from the field and 4-for-5 from 3-point range ... Gallonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 15 rebounds were the most by an OU frosh in his first career game since Alvan Adamsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 28 against Indiana State in 1972 ... Willie Warren finished with 15 points and a career-high 11 assists ... Ahead just 31-29, the Sooners outscored Mount St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 18-7 over the final 4:45 of the first half.

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MP

FG

3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

S

TP

Turner (F) Gilbert (F) Thomas (F) Hooper (G) Forbes (G) Fuselier Carr Sykes Hill Burt

29 5-5 22 2-8 29 3-10 30 6-13 23 5-9 18 1-4 5 0-1 18 1-3 16 1-1 10 1-1

0-0 1-4 0-3 4-7 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

2-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0

5 4 0 5 2 1 1 5 0 3

3 3 4 5 4 0 0 3 1 0

0 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0

2 0 3 4 0 3 3 1 2 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 1 2 3 0 0 1 0 0

12 5 6 17 11 2 2 4 2 2

200 25-55 6-19 5-5 (.455) (.316) (1.000)

27

23

5

17

1

8

61

OKLAHOMA

MP

Wright (F) Gallon (F) Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Warren (G) Pledger 'JU[HFSBME Davis

22 2-3 27 1-2 34 4-6 32 3-8 33 6-12 16 2-5   28 3-6

Totals

FG

3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

S

0-0 2-2 4 0-0 1-2 10 1-2 4-6 3 1-2 2-2 3 1-4 11-13 1 2-5 2-2 1    1-4 2-2 3

0 4 0 1 2 1  1

1 0 1 5 4 0  0

1 2 0 3 4 1  2

1 1 0 0 0 0  0

0 6 1 3 1 13 0 9 1 24 1 8   2 9

9

11

13

3

6

200 21-44 6-17 24-29 (.477) (.353) (.828)

27

XGAME 3: VCU 82, OU 69

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XGAME 2: OU 72, LOUISIANA-MONROE 61

Totals

THE REVIEW

200 32-71 6-16 25-28 (.451) (.375) (.893)

XSteven Pledger was 8-for-9 from the field and scored 21 points against Mount St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in his OU debut. That total marked the most points by a Sooner off the bench since 2005. The freshman made 19 3-pointers on 40 attempts (.475) over his first six games.

TP

72

Officials: Bill Kennedy, Warren Evans, John Moore Technicals: None; Attendance: 9,575; Halftime: OU 27, ULM 24 Notes: The win was the 1,500th in OU history and the 150th in the career of Jeff Capel ... Willie Warren led the Sooners with 24 points with the help of 11-for-13 free throw shooting ... OU trailed 22-17 with three minutes left in the first half before going on a 10-2 run to lead 27-24 at halftime ... The Sooners shot .364 from the field in the first half but countered with a .591 second-half mark ... Guards accounted for 63 of Oklahomaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 72 points (88 percent).

OKLAHOMA

MP

Wright (F) Gallon (F) Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Warren (G) Pledger Franklin 'JU[HFSBME Davis Willis

21 27 36 31 32 27 1  16 3

FG

3FG

2-2 0-0 5-8 0-0 7-11 2-4 4-10 1-2 3-14 0-8 2-10 2-10 0-0 0-0   0-2 0-2 0-1 0-0

R

F

A

TO

B

S

TP

0-0 5 5-7 11 3-5 6 1-2 7 2-2 4 5-6 1 0-0 0   0-0 2 0-0 0

FT

3 1 3 3 1 2 0  5 0

1 0 0 6 5 3 0  0 0

0 4 1 3 6 0 0  0 0

1 1 1 0 0 0 0  0 0

2 0 2 0 0 3 0  3 0

4 15 19 10 8 11 0  0 0

19

15

15

3

10

69 TP

Totals

200 24-59 5-26 16-22 (.407) (.192) (.727)

VCU

MP

FG

3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

S

Sanders (F) Gwynn (F) Gavin (G) 3PESJHVF[ (  Burgess (G) Theus Pishchalnikov 3P[[FMM Nixon

21 6-10 27 3-7 26 6-10   31 4-9 12 2-5 15 1-3   26 3-7

1-2 0-3 4-8  0-2 0-0 0-0  1-3

4-6 2-2 4-4  1-2 0-0 0-0  3-3

2 7 5  9 2 3  0

4 3 4  1 2 2  3

4 1 3  1 0 0  1

0 0 3  1 2 1  0

3 0 0  0 0 0  0

1 17 0 8 0 20   1 9 0 4 1 2   1 10

200 28-60 9-25 17-21 (.467) (.360) (.810)

35

22

17

11

3

7

Totals

38

82

Officials: James Breeding Jr., Brent Meaux, Andrew Walton Technicals: None; Attendance: 7,547; Halftime: VCU 44, OU 34 Notes: Jeff Capelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s return to Richmond, Va., was not a pleasant one as the Rams handed OU its first loss of the year ... VCU made seven first-half 3-pointers, including six during a span of 6:20, to lead by 10 at halftime (it led by as many as 17) ... OU got no closer than 10 points after intermission ... Willie Warren went 0-for-8 from 3-point range and finished with just two more points (eight) than turnovers (six) ... Playing in his home state, freshman Steven Pledger came off the bench to supply 11 points and the first three assists of his career ... Tony Crocker led OU with 19 points ... OU was the first ranked opponent (No. 17) that VCU hosted in 17 seasons.

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OKLAHOMA

GAME RECAPS  XGAME 6: OU 81, NICHOLLS STATE 60

XGAME 4: SAN DIEGO 76, OU 64

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FT

R

F

A

TO

B

S

Wright (F) Gallon (F) Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Warren (G) Pledger 'JU[HFSBME Davis Allen

22 1-3 0-1 0-0 17 4-6 0-1 0-0 27 1-7 1-5 0-0 30 1-8 0-3 0-0 37 7-20 4-10 12-12 18 2-2 1-1 0-0     20 1-4 1-4 2-2 17 1-3 0-0 3-4

2 6 3 1 5 1  3 7

4 2 3 3 1 1  3 3

0 0 1 5 3 0  1 0

1 1 2 2 4 0  0 1

1 1 0 0 0 1  0 1

0 2 0 8 0 3 1 2 3 30 0 5   2 5 0 5

Totals

200 19-58 7-25 19-21 (.328) (.280) (.905)

31

21

10

13

4

7

64

SAN DIEGO

MP

FG

3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

S

TP

Lewis (F) Mafra (C) Johnson (G) Ginty (G) Jackson (G) McCollum Crescencio Houston Manressa

28 4-8 27 6-13 33 7-13 30 0-4 38 3-7 21 3-5 1 0-1 14 0-2 8 2-4

1-1 0-0 4-9 0-4 1-4 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-1

1-2 1-1 4-4 2-2 2-2 4-7 0-0 2-2 2-2

10 6 6 2 7 3 0 2 3

2 5 1 2 2 2 0 2 0

0 0 3 1 5 0 0 0 0

0 2 1 3 4 2 0 0 1

1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

2 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 0

10 13 22 2 9 12 0 2 6

200 25-57 8-23 18-22 (.439) (.348) (.818)

42

16

9

13

5

8

76

THE REVIEW

Totals

FG

3FG

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OKLAHOMA

TP

Officials: Byrne Haskins, Greg Haskins, Gabby Lujon Technicals: None; Attendance: 5,901; Halftime: San Diego 33, OU 27 Notes: No. 25 Oklahoma opened the Great Alaska Shootout with a 12-point loss to unranked San Diego ... The Sooners suffered through a .328 shooting performance (their worst since the final game of 2007-08) and were outrebounded 42-31 ... San Diego took an early 12-3 lead before OU regrouped for a 17-2 run and a 20-14 scoreboard advantage ... The Toreros answered with a 14-0 spurt to make the score 28-20 and took a 33-27 lead to halftime ... San Diego made seven of its first eight shots of the second half and later led by as many as 23 points (72-49) ... Willie Warren was 12-for-12 from the free throw line and led OU with a season-high 30 points ... No other Sooner scored more than eight points ... Orlando Allen played a career-high 17 minutes off the bench and finished with five points and a career-high seven rebounds.



OKLAHOMA

MP

FG

3FG

Gallon (F) Pledger (G) Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Davis (G) Wright 'JU[HFSBME Allen

34 7-10 37 5-7 31 5-9 39 4-7 31 5-11 5 0-0   3 0-0

0-0 4-5 3-6 2-3 4-9 0-0  0-0

R

F

A

TO

B

S

TP

1-2 12 0-0 1 1-2 3 0-0 1 4-4 3 0-0 0   0-0 0

FT

1 0 1 0 1 3  1

3 3 3 6 2 0  0

3 1 1 5 0 2  1

0 0 0 0 0 0  0

1 1 2 2 4 0  0

15 14 14 10 18 0  0

7

18

14

1

11

81

Totals

200 29-48 13-23 10-13 (.604) (.565) (.769)

NICHOLLS STATE

MP

FG

3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

S

TP

Friend (F) Bose (F) Iles (G) Foster (G) Hunter (G) Franklin Jr. McCallum Ayers Carter

3 5-7 38 4-11 25 3-9 26 4-10 31 6-13 18 0-5 5 1-2 2 0-1 22 0-1

4-6 2-9 3-7 0-0 2-5 0-4 0-0 0-1 0-0

0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0

1 4 1 5 7 1 2 2 2

3 2 2 2 2 0 1 0 0

0 6 4 0 3 1 0 0 5

2 2 6 1 3 1 0 0 2

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1

14 12 9 8 14 0 2 1 0

200 23-59 11-32 3-4 (.390) (.344) (.750)

30

12

19

17

1

5

60

Totals

25

Officials: Gabby Lujan, Greg Nixon, DG Nelson Technicals: None; Attendance: 5,408; Halftime: Nicholls State 39, OU 37 Notes: Oklahoma salvaged a win in the Great Alaska Shootout with its 21-point third-round victory over Nicholls State ... The Sooners bounced back from a 48-41 early second-half deficit to outscore the Colonels 40-12 over the final 17 minutes ... OU shot .604 from the field (tied for its best mark in five years) and drained 13 treys on 23 attempts (.565) to overcome a 30-25 rebounding deficit ... Cade Davis hit four 3-pointers and scored a then-career-high 18 points to lead six Sooners in double figures ... Tiny Gallon finished with 15 points and 12 rebounds and was OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lone representative on the all-tournament team.

XGAME 5: HOUSTON 100, OU 93

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HOUSTON

MP

McNeil (F) Van Slyke (F) Lewis (G) Coleman, A. (G) Brown (G) Coleman, S. Nixon Wade Washington

13 2-5 23 5-7 37 11-18 36 7-19 38 4-9 4 0-1 16 2-5 24 0-3 9 0-0

FG

3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

S

TP

0-0 2-2 3-5 0-0 6-11 0-0 0-1 13-18 2-5 5-7 0-1 0-0 1-2 2-3 0-1 1-2 0-0 3-4

4 2 3 11 6 0 1 5 1

2 4 1 2 3 1 1 3 2

0 1 3 6 3 0 3 4 0

1 0 0 1 1 0 2 2 0

1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

1 0 1 3 4 0 2 0 0

6 13 28 27 15 0 7 1 3

Totals

200 31-67 12-26 26-36 (.463) (.462) (.722)

34

19

20

7

3

OKLAHOMA

MP

FG

3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

S

TP

Allen (C) Pledger (G) Crocker (G) Warren (G) Davis (G) Franklin Mason-Griffin Gallon

14 0-0 38 8-17 39 2-5 32 8-11 29 2-8 0+ 0-0 26 4-7 22 6-8

0-0 6-14 1-2 1-2 1-5 0-0 2-3 0-0

0-0 1-2 3-4 8-9 6-6 0-0 1-2 3-4

4 3 10 1 4 0 1 9

1 4 3 4 4 0 1 5

0 1 3 7 0 0 5 1

1 1 4 5 1 0 4 2

3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

0 23 8 25 11 0 11 15

Totals

200 30-56 11-26 22-27 (.536) (.423) (.815)

35

22

17

18

5

2

93

11 100

Officials: Martin Cota, DG Nelson, Gabby Lujan Technicals: None; Attendance: 5,447; Halftime: OU 52, Houston 47 Notes: OU got off to a blazing start in the second round of the Great Alaska Shootout and led 20-6 after the first six minutes thanks to five 3-pointers and solid zone defense ... Houston cut the Soonersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; margin to five at halftime (52-47) before OU went back up by 10 (63-53) with 15:46 remaining ... The Cougars responded with an 11-0 run for their first lead of the game ... After the Sooners regained a 69-67 advantage, Houston went on a 23-6 spurt to go ahead 9075 ... Kelvin Lewis (28) and Aubrey Coleman (27) combined for 55 points for a Houston squad that shot .583 from the field and .600 (6-for-10) from 3-point range after halftime ... Oklahoma committed 18 turnovers to Houstonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s seven and surrendered 17 offensive rebounds ... Willie Warren led the Sooners with 25 points and seven assists while Steven Pledger went 6-for-14 from 3-point distance and finished with a career-high 23 points in his first career start ... Pledger scored 20 points in the first half ... Houston scored 76 points over the gameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s final 26 minutes.

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XCade Davis held Arkansasâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Rotnei Clarke to 11 points on 1-for-6 3-point shooting in last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 67-47 OU win in Norman. Clarke, who entered the game averaging 27.6 points and 5.8 treys per contest, hit his only 3 with 2:35 left in the game. The Sooners and Razorbacks will square off this December in Fayetteville.


SOONERS

GAME RECAPS 

XTony Crocker set a Big 12 record for points in a half with 29 in the first 20 minutes against Centenary. He tied the league record for 3-pointers in a half by nailing seven in the same stanza. The senior scored 25 points in the first 11 minutes.

XGAME 7: OU 67, ARKANSAS 47

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ARKANSAS

MP

FG

3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

S

Johnson (F) Powell (F) Farmer (G) Clarke (G) Nobles (G) Bryant Britt Welsh Cox 4BODIF[

15 1-2 27 6-10 33 3-9 37 5-13 22 1-4 7 0-1 17 0-3 15 1-5 3 0-0  

0-0 0-0 1-4 1-6 0-1 0-0 0-2 1-4 0-0 

0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 

4 8 4 3 1 0 2 1 1 

5 4 1 1 3 1 0 0 1 

0 0 3 3 1 0 1 1 0 

0 1 1 0 3 0 1 1 1 

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 

0 2 0 12 1 8 1 11 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1  

Totals

200 20-54 3-18 4-9 (.370) (.167) (.444)

28

21

9

12

1

4

47

OKLAHOMA

MP

R

F

A

TO

B

S

TP

Gallon (F) Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Warren (G) Davis (G) Wright Pledger Franklin 'JU[HFSBME

30 3-5 36 6-12 33 4-7 25 4-4 38 4-10 12 1-1 22 1-7 1 0-0  

0-0 0-1 6 2 2-5 2-2 16 3 3-4 2-2 2 0 0-0 5-11 3 33 3-5 0-0 2 2 0-0 2-4 3 1 1-7 1-2 1 2 0-0 0-0 0 0    

0 2 3 4 0 1 2 0 

2 1 2 4 1 1 0 0 

1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 

0 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 

6 16 13 13 11 4 4 0 

12

12

2

5

67

Totals

FG

3FG

FT

200 23-46 9-21 12-22 (.500) (.429) (.545)

35

13

TP

XGAME 9: OU 86, CENTENARY 62

XGAME 8: OU 79, ARIZONA 62

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3FG

FT

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F

A

TO

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Williams (F) Horne (F) Hill (F) Wise, N. (G) Lavender (G) Natyazhko Judkins Jones Wise, D. Fogg Shumpert Jacobson

18 4-5 26 5-12 25 2-3 29 6-14 23 0-2 13 0-1 8 2-3 14 0-4 5 0-0 23 2-5 5 0-0 11 1-1

0-0 3-4 0-0 3-6 0-2 0-0 1-1 0-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0

3-4 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 3-4 0-2 0-0

6 5 3 3 1 5 1 1 0 1 2 1

2 3 4 3 1 4 1 0 0 0 0 1

1 2 0 3 1 0 1 1 0 3 1 0

0 2 2 2 3 0 1 3 0 2 0 1

0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

11 13 5 15 0 4 7 0 0 9 5 2

Totals

200 22-50 9-17 9-13 (.440) (.529) (.692)

32

19

13

17

2

5

62

OKLAHOMA

MP

FG

3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

S

TP

Gallon (F) Crocker (G) Mason-GrifďŹ n (G) Warren (G) Davis (G) Wright Pledger Franklin Fitzgerald Hardrick Willis Gerber

25 4-7 33 3-7 34 4-10 33 10-14 33 2-6 14 3-5 15 0-3 1 0-0 6 0-1 1 0-0 4 0-1 1 0-0

0-0 1-2 2-7 3-4 2-6 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

6-9 6-6 0-0 2-3 2-2 1-1 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

7 5 4 2 3 2 1 0 1 1 0 0

2 1 2 2 3 1 2 0 0 1 0 0

1 1 6 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 2 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

14 13 10 25 8 7 2 0 0 0 0 0

200 26-54 8-22 19-23 (.481) (.364) (.826)

28

14

13

7

2

9

79

Totals

THE REVIEW

Officials: Mike Stuart, Doug Shows, Mike Thibodeaux Technicals: None; Attendance: 10,612; Halftime: OU 34, Arkansas 27 Notes: Trailing 25-17, OU used a 17-2 run over the final three minutes of the first halff to take a 34-27 lead at the break and never looked back in a 20-point home win ... The Sooners hit seven he gameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s of their last eight first-half shots (six of them 3-pointers) to double their output from the first 17 minutes ... Arkansas made just one field goal in the first 9:30 of the second halff ... Tony -double Crocker led OU with 16 points and a career-high 16 rebounds for his first career double-double oints, ... Guards Willie Warren, Tommy Mason Griffin and Cade Davis scored 13, 13 and 11 points, ting respectively ... Davis held Arkansasâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Rotnei Clarke to 11 points on 1-for-6 3-point shooting (Clarke entered the game averaging 27.6 points and 5.8 treys per game).

OfďŹ cials: Tom Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neill, David Hall, Mark Whitehead Technicals: None; Attendance: 10,030; Halftime: OU 44, Arizona 26 Notes: Oklahoma scored the gameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first six points and never trailed in the Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Series game ... OU committed just one first-half turnover while Arizona committed nine ... The Sooners led 44-26 at the half and later led by 26 ... Willie Warren hit 10 of his 14 field goal tries and scored a game-high 25 points ... Arizonaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 17-point loss was its worst regular season non-conference defeat since 2006-07 ... OU improved to 5-1 all-time against the Wildcats.

CENTENARY

MP

FG

3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

S

TP

Bonham (F) Tubner (G) Perez (G) Starring (G) Nakwaasah (G) Maciel Marsielle Swartz

22 1-3 22 0-9 33 7-13 38 4-13 24 4-9 22 3-6 19 2-6 20 2-3

0-1 0-2 6-11 1-4 2-4 1-2 0-2 0-1

1-2 2-2 0-2 0-1 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0

6 6 2 9 1 2 3 1

5 1 2 0 3 0 2 3

1 3 2 3 3 5 0 0

1 3 2 2 3 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 3 0 1 1 1

3 2 20 9 13 7 4 4

Totals

200 23-62 10-27 6-10 (.371) (.370) (.600)

33

16

17

13

0

7

62

OKLAHOMA

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FG

3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

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TP

Gallon (F) Crocker (G) Mason-GrifďŹ n (G) Warren (G) Davis (G) Wright Pledger Franklin Fitzgerald Allen Willis Gerber

29 7-11 33 11-19 31 4-9 29 4-13 26 0-7 10 0-0 17 3-5 3 0-1 8 0-1 3 2-2 10 1-3 1 2-2

1-1 7-12 1-3 0-6 0-5 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

1-2 4-4 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0

15 13 3 2 3 5 2 0 1 2 2 1

3 1 2 4 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0

1 1 7 4 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

0 2 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0

3 3 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

2 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

16 33 9 9 0 0 7 0 0 4 4 4

200 34-73 10-30 8-9 (.466) (.333) (.889)

49

13

17

10

9

8

86

Totals

OfďŹ cials: Tom Eades, Winston Stith, Randy Heimerman Technicals: None; Attendance: 9,456; Halftime: OU 47, Centenary 25 Notes: Tony Crocker put on one of the best first-half displays in school history and lifted the Sooners to an 86-62 home win ... The senior made seven treys and reached the 25-point mark in the gameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first 11 minutes (was on pace for a 91-point night) ... Crocker, who scored 13 points before Centenary scored one, netted Oklahomaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first 16 points ... He set a Big 12 record with his 29 first-half points and tied a league mark for 3-pointers in a half (seven) ... Crocker outscored Centenary 29-25 in the first half ... He also recorded 10 first-half rebounds to help OU to a 22-point lead at intermission ... Crocker finished with a career-high 33 points, 13 rebounds, a career-high three blocked shots and two steals ... He was 11-for-19 from the field, 7-for-12 from 3-point range and 4-for-4 from the free throw line ... Tiny Gallon added 16 points and 15 rebounds for his fourth double-double.

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OKLAHOMA

GAME RECAPS XGAME 10: OU 78, UTAH 73 (OT)

XGAME 12: UTEP 89, OU 74

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MP

Gallon (F) Crocker (G) Mason-GrifďŹ n (G) Warren (G) Davis (G) Wright Pledger Fitzgerald Allen

10 3-6 39 4-10 44 5-14 44 7-22 41 2-7 34 1-3 7 0-1 3 0-1 3 0-0

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

S

TP

UTEP

MP

FG

3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

S

TP

2-3 1-2 1-4 3-5 2-4 6-8 2-4 11-12 1-4 4-5 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

3 10 6 8 4 7 1 0 0

5 2 3 5 1 3 0 0 0

0 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 3 5 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

0 0 2 1 1 3 0 0 0

9 12 18 27 9 3 0 0 0

Moultrie (F) Caracter (F) Culpepper (G) Stone (G) Polk (G) Strong Gordon Britten Williams

28 4-5 28 5-12 39 8-16 35 5-5 35 7-11 6 0-3 2 0-0 10 0-1 17 4-4

2-2 1-1 4-7 1-1 2-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-1 7-9 4-6 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1

8 10 4 5 0 2 0 0 4

3 4 0 4 1 2 0 3 4

1 2 2 8 0 1 0 1 1

1 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0

1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

10 11 27 15 17 0 0 0 9

Totals

225 22-64 8-20 26-34 (.344) (.400) (.765)

47

19

8

10

3

7

78

Totals

200 33-57 10-16 13-19 (.579) (.625) (.684)

36

21

16

9

2

4

89

UTAH

MP

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3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

S

TP

OKLAHOMA

MP

FG

3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

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Tillie (F) Brown (F) Foster (C) Henderson (G) Drca (G) Hines Watkins Tavita Washburn Cyphers

18 2-6 38 4-15 23 3-5 34 3-11 35 5-11 6 0-0 32 5-9 13 0-1 15 4-6 11 1-3

0-0 2-7 0-0 2-8 1-7 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1

1-2 6-10 1-1 0-0 2-3 0-0 3-3 0-0 1-2 0-1

6 8 7 0 8 0 6 0 3 1

4 4 4 3 2 0 3 2 1 2

0 5 2 0 3 1 1 2 0 0

4 5 0 0 3 0 0 1 1 0

1 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 4 1

1 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0

5 16 7 8 13 6 13 0 9 2

Gallon (F) Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Warren (G) Davis (G) Wright Pledger

32 4-9 35 4-9 37 7-14 40 9-19 25 1-6 13 1-1 18 0-3

1-2 0-3 4-9 3-10 1-5 0-0 0-3

4-7 2-4 2-2 5-6 0-0 0-1 0-0

8 8 3 3 1 4 1

4 4 1 1 2 0 4

1 2 1 4 0 0 0

1 2 2 5 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 2 1 0 0 0 0

13 10 20 26 3 2 0

200 26-61 9-32 13-20 (.426) (.281) (.650)

30

16

8

10

1

3

74

225 27-67 5-24 14-22 (.403) (.208) (.636)

45

25

14

14

13

7

73

THE REVIEW

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OfďŹ cials: Duke Edsall, Dan Nowakowski, Terry Moore Technicals: None; Attendance: 9,268; Halftime: Utah 42, OU 36 Notes: Willie Warren scored 22 of his game-high 27 points after halftime and Tony Crocker registered his third double-double in four outings (12 points and 10 rebounds) as Oklahoma beat Utah on the road in overtime ... Warren was held scoreless until 5:32 remained in the first half ... The Sooners fell behind by four to start the extra period but outscored the Utes 11-2 the rest of the way ... Warrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 26-foot 3-pointer with 1:58 remaining took OU from a one-point deficit to a two-point lead it did not relinquish ... With the Sooners leading 76-73, freshman Tommy Mason-Griffin stole the ball from Carlon Brown with 14 seconds left and hit two free throws to ice the game ... Mason-Griffin finished with a then-career-high 18 points, six rebounds, three assists and two steals ... OU got the victory despite shooting .344 from the field ... The Sooners jumped out to a 14-3 lead with the help of two 3-pointers from 6-9, 290-pound Tiny Gallon ... Utahâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 13 blocked shots were the most by an OU opponent since 2001-02 (span of 262 games).

XGAME 11: OU 80, NORTHERN COLORADO 79

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B

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Proctor (F) Montgomery (F) Figures (G) Bonner (G) #FJU[FM (  Kaba Lloyd Kingman Osborne

21 6-10 24 5-9 33 5-12 33 0-3   20 4-4 17 3-7 17 2-8 5 0-0

0-0 1-2 2-4 0-3  0-0 2-3 0-3 0-0

2-2 2-2 0-0 1-2  2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

7 6 4 5  8 1 5 0

4 4 1 3  3 0 0 1

2 1 4 6  1 1 0 0

1 4 0 2  0 1 2 1

0 0 0 0  0 0 0 0

0 14 0 13 1 12 2 1   1 10 0 8 0 4 0 0

Totals

200 31-66 10-24 7-8 (.470) (.417) (.875)

40

18

20

12

0

6

79

OKLAHOMA

MP

FG

3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

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Gallon (F) Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Warren (G) Davis (G) Wright Pledger

24 2-4 39 8-15 37 3-10 26 2-6 40 8-13 16 2-3 18 2-5

0-0 4-7 2-4 0-3 6-10 0-0 2-5

5-6 4-7 0-1 0-0 3-5 0-0 0-0

5 10 4 1 3 4 1

4 1 1 2 1 2 3

2 2 4 4 2 0 0

1 2 2 5 0 1 1

2 2 0 0 1 1 0

1 2 0 0 2 0 0

9 24 8 4 25 4 6

200 27-56 14-29 12-19 (.482) (.483) (.632)

31

14

14

12

6

5

80

Totals

TP

Officials: Duke Edsall, Kevin Mathis, Kelly Groom Technicals: UNC â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Bench; Attendance: 10,528; Halftime: Northern Colorado 40, OU 39 Notes: Cade Davis scored a career-high 25 points and Tony Crocker notched his fourth doubledouble in five games (24 points, 10 rebounds) as the Sooners withstood a 7-0 game-ending run to post a one-point victory ... Northern Colorado used a 26-8 run to take a 38-27 lead with just under three minutes left in the first half ... OU drew to within one at halftime with three Davis 3-pointers in the span of a minute ... Davis finished the game with six 3-pointers (all in the first half on seven attempts) ... Davisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 20 points in the opening 20 minutes were two more than his previous career high for a game ... OU was outrebounded 40-31 but converted its eight offensive rebounds into 18 second-chance points ... The Soonersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 14 3-point makes tied a season high ... The win was OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s third straight when trailing at halftime.

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Totals

Officials: Steve Olsen, Mark Whitehead, Doug Shows Technicals: UTEP â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Caracter; Attendance: 8,681; Halftime: UTEP 47, OU 30 Notes: UTEP shot .579 from the field (third highest Oklahoma opponent mark of the season) and .625 from 3-point range (highest) in a 15-point victory in the All-College Classic in Oklahoma City ... The Sooners posted respective marks of .426 and .281 ... With the score tied at 20 midway through the first half, the Miners outscored OU 27-10 to take a 47-30 lead at intermission ... The Sooners outscored UTEP 44-42 in the second half but never drew closer than 10 points ... Tommy Mason-Griffin scored all 20 of his then-career-high 20 points in the second half ... Willie Warren paced the Sooners with 26 points ... All five UTEP starters scored in double figures ... The loss for OU was just its second in its last 17 All-College Classic games.

XWillie Warren scored 22 of his game-high 27 points after halftime in a 78-73 overtime win at Utah. The sophomore guardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 26-foot 3-pointer with 1:58 remaining in the extra session gave OU a two-point lead it did not relinquish.


SOONERS

GAME RECAPS XGAME 14: OU 88, MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE 54

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Robertson (F) Hines (F) Berry (F) White (G) Haley (G) Obame Obame Burns Cotton Tucker

17 1-6 14 0-0 31 7-12 38 4-8 34 4-21 9 0-1 32 2-10 21 0-1 4 0-1

0-5 0-0 0-0 2-3 2-8 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 2-2 4-4 3-4 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0

2 1 14 1 8 3 3 4 0

1 5 3 1 1 1 1 1 0

0 0 0 8 0 0 1 0 0

4 0 3 5 2 0 1 3 0

0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

2 0 16 14 13 2 7 0 0

Totals

200 18-60 5-18 13-14 (.300) (.278) (.929)

39

14

9

18

4

2

54

OKLAHOMA

MP

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3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

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TP

'JU[HFSBME '  Pledger (G) Crocker (G) Warren (G) Davis (G) Wright Franklin Mason-Griffin Allen Gallon Willis Gerber

  20 2-7 31 5-9 25 5-13 26 8-15 5 1-2 3 0-1 25 2-7 9 1-2 21 5-13 19 3-7 1 0-0

 1-6 2-3 3-9 3-6 0-0 0-0 1-5 0-0 0-2 1-3 0-0

 0-0 2-3 2-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 3-3 0-2 0-0

 2 12 3 3 3 0 1 2 12 5 0

 3 0 1 2 0 0 1 2 2 1 0

 2 2 5 0 1 0 7 0 2 1 0

 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0

 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0

 0 0 3 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 0

 5 14 15 19 3 0 5 2 13 7 0

200 34-78 11-34 9-16 (.436) (.324) (.563)

49

12

20

7

5

9

88

Totals

XGAME 15: BAYLOR 91, OU 60

XGAME 13: GONZAGA 83, OU 69

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MP

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FG

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Wright (F) 'JU[HFSBME '  Crocker (G) Warren (G) Davis (G) Pledger Mason-Griffin Allen Gallon Willis

21 1-1   27 1-5 33 7-11 17 0-3 12 2-4 32 3-9 7 0-0 13 4-4 17 2-5

0-0  0-3 4-5 0-3 1-3 1-3 0-0 0-0 2-3

4  3-4 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-2

4  1 4 3 0 0 0 5 0

4  0 1 1 0 2 3 4 2

0  2 0 1 0 10 0 1 0

0  1 5 1 0 1 0 3 0

0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0  0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

2  5 19 0 5 9 0 8 8

Totals

200 25-50 8-20 11-14 (.500) (.400) (.786)

25

18

14

13

0

3

69

'JU[HFSBME '  Gallon (F) Crocker (G) Warren (G) Davis (G) Wright Pledger Franklin Mason-Griffin Willis Gerber

  30 6-11 32 6-14 36 3-9 25 0-4 9 0-0 15 2-6 1 0-0 18 2-7 5 0-3 1 0-0

 0-1 3-6 0-4 0-2 0-0 0-3 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0

 5-6 1-1 3-4 3-4 1-2 0-0 0-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

 5 2 5 1 1 3 1 1 1 0

 2 3 2 3 0 1 0 2 0 0

 0 5 3 2 0 0 0 1 0 0

 4 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 0

 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

  0 17 0 16 0 9 3 3 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 6 1 0 0 0

Totals

14

12

11

0

4

60

MP

FG

3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

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TP

200 20-56 5-20 15-25 (.357) (.250) (.600)

26

GONZAGA

Harris (F) Sacre (C) Goodson (G) Bouldin (G) Gray (G) Arop Vilarino Olynyk Kong Foster

26 5-6 24 3-6 26 2-5 37 5-13 34 7-15 12 1-3 2 0-0 10 0-0 22 5-8 7 1-1

3-4 0-0 0-1 2-8 3-6 0-1 0-0 0-0 3-6 0-0

2-2 5-5 0-0 0-0 1-1 3-3 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-2

9 7 1 5 0 1 0 3 2 0

4 2 5 2 2 0 0 0 2 0

2 1 5 8 3 0 0 1 0 0

2 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 2 0

0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0

15 11 4 12 18 5 0 2 14 2

BAYLOR

MP

FG

3FG

FT

R

F

A

TO

B

S

TP

200 29-57 11-26 14-17 (.509) (.423) (.824)

33

17

20

10

2

5

83

Udoh (F) Jones (F) Lomers (C) Dunn (G) Carter (G) Ellis Acy Dennis Sekelja Crump Griffin Walton Jefferson

36 4-7 30 4-8 11 2-3 34 9-16 39 7-14 2 1-2 29 4-5 2 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 13 3-3 1 0-0

0-1 0-2 0-0 6-8 2-7 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0

6-7 0-0 0-0 4-4 2-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

8 4 1 7 7 0 5 0 0 2 0 4 0

4 1 4 1 2 1 3 1 1 0 0 1 0

2 2 0 3 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

2 2 2 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

7 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0

14 8 4 28 18 3 9 0 0 0 0 7 0

200 34-58 10-20 13-15 (.586) (.500) (.867)

38

19

18

11

9

7

91

Totals

Officials: Mike Scyphers, Ruben Ramos, Don McAllister Technicals: None; Attendance: 11,452; Halftime:(PO[BHB 06 Notes: Ranked No. 22 in the coachesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; poll, Gonzaga shot .667 from the field and .692 (9-for-13) from 3-point range in the first half of a 14-point win in Spokane ... OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s double-digit defeat occured despite shooting .500 from the field, .400 (8-for-20) from long distance and .786 from the free throw line ... The Sooners trailed 37-30 before the Bulldogs closed the first half on a 15-4 run to take an 18-point halftime lead ... Willie Warren scored a game-high 19 points with the help of 4-for-5 3-point shooting (he entered the game witih a .259 season mark) ... Tommy Mason-Griffin registered 10 assists against one turnover ... Freshman Andrew Fitzgerald made his first career start and tallied 13 points and a team-high-tying five boards in 21 minutes.

Totals

TP

Officials: Steve Olson, Brent Meaux, Don Daily Technicals: None; Attendance: 8,757; Halftime: Baylor 41, OU 26 Notes: Oklahoma dropped a 91-60 decision at Baylor to open Big 12 play ... The loss broke OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 30-game winning streak against the Bears (last defeat was Dec. 6, 1977) ... The Sooners led 20-11 after the first eight minutes before Baylor ended the half on a 30-6 run for a 15-point halftime lead ... BU shot .586 from the field and nailed 10 of its 20 3-point tries.

2010-11 | OKLAHOMA MENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BASKETBALL 111

THE REVIEW

Officials: Steve Welmer, Warren Evans, Jeff Malham Technicals: None; Attendance: 9,402; Halftime: OU 49, UMES 27 Notes: Cade Davis scored the gameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first seven points to help Oklahoma to an early 18-4 lead and finished with a game-high 19 points in an 88-54 win ... The Sooners held the Hawks to .300 field goal shooting and a .278 3-point mark ... OU forced 18 turnovers and committed just seven ... It outscored the Hawks 22-3 in points off turnovers ... Tony Crocker (14 points and 12 rebounds) and Tiny Gallon (13 points and 12 boards) each recorded their fifth double-double of the year ... Sophomore guard Ray Willis played a season-high 19 minutes off the bench and tallied seven points and five rebounds.


OKLAHOMA

GAME RECAPS XGAME 16: OU 62, OKLAHOMA STATE 57 (OT)

XGAME 17: OU 66, MISSOURI 61

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7-16 1-12 1-7 5-14 5-12 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-4 0-1

0-0 1-7 1-6 2-8 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

2-6 0-0 0-0 2-4 7-8 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-1 2-2

13 8 3 3 4 0 0 1 8 1

3 1 2 4 4 0 0 4 2 1

0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0

2 4 1 3 1 0 0 0 1 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

4 1 1 1 3 0 0 1 1 0

16 3 3 14 18 0 0 1 0 2

Ramsey (F) Safford (F) Tiller (G) Taylor (G) English (G) Paul Dixon Denmon Bowers Moore

30 3-4 14 3-8 20 2-5 31 1-7 21 4-12 8 0-2 17 1-5 26 2-7 23 7-12 10 0-2

1-1 0-1 0-1 1-5 0-5 0-1 0-1 2-5 1-1 0-0

1-3 3-3 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 2-2

4 5 4 3 3 0 0 2 10 3

1 3 3 2 0 2 2 1 3 0

3 0 0 8 1 0 0 0 2 0

3 0 3 0 4 1 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

2 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 2 0

8 9 4 3 9 0 4 7 15 2

Totals

200 19-69 5-25 14-23 (.275) (.200) (.609)

49

21

4

13

3

12

57

Totals

200 23-64 5-21 10-14 (.359) (.238) (.714)

35

17

14

11

4

10

61

OKLAHOMA

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OKLAHOMA

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Gallon (F) Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Warren (G) Davis (G) Wright Pledger 'JU[HFSBME

35 5-11 45 2-9 43 5-12 41 5-13 31 4-8 11 0-0 14 1-4  

0-1 3-5 18 1-4 0-0 4 4-7 0-2 4 0-3 5-10 5 0-4 1-2 4 0-0 3-4 2 1-3 0-0 4   

2 2 0 3 4 3 1 

0 0 3 7 0 0 0 

2 3 0 7 1 1 1 

1 1 0 0 0 0 0 

0 13 2 5 0 14 1 15 3 9 0 3 0 3  

Gallon (F) Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Warren (G) Davis (G) Wright Pledger 'JU[HFSBME

14 0-3 5 0-1 40 2-9 39 5-11 36 7-14 27 5-7 38 3-9  

0-0 0-0 2-6 3-7 1-4 0-0 2-8 

0-0 7 0-0 2 2-2 4 8-8 4 0-1 11 2-4 8 2-2 5  

2 0 2 4 2 2 1 

0 0 5 5 0 0 0 

3 1 7 5 4 0 0 

0 0 0 0 0 0 2 

0 0 2 0 0 0 1 

0 0 8 21 15 12 10 

16

10

15

2

6

Totals

13

10

20

2

3

66

Moses (F) Muonelo (G) Page (G) Penn (G) Anderson (G) Dowell Sidorakis Gulley Pilgrim Franklin

39 29 34 42 32 0+ 0+ 25 18 6

Totals

THE REVIEW

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200 22-58 6-22 12-23 (.379) (.273) (.522)

45

62

Officials: Steve Welmer, Tom Eades, Doug Shows Technicals: None; Attendance: 11,143; Halftime: Oklahoma State 29, OU 28 Notes: OU won for the sixth time in its last seven games against OSU, but it took overtime to get the five-point victory ... The Sooners trailed 42-34 with 13 minutes left in the second half before using a 13-0 run to take a 47-42 lead with 6:30 to go ... The Cowboys rallied from five down with 30 seconds left to force overtime (they hit a follow-up 2-pointer with 3.7 seconds remaining) ... OSU scored the first two points of overtime but just one point the rest of the way ... Tommy Mason-Griffin hit a 25-foot 3-pointer with three minutes left in overtime to put OU up for good ... Tiny Gallon scored 13 points and pulled down a career-high 18 rebounds in 35 minutes ... Willie Warren countered his seven turnovers with 15 points, seven assists and five rebounds ... The Sooners held OSU to a a .275 field goal mark (lowest by an OU opponent in 58 games) and a .200 (5-for-25) 3-point mark.

FT

200 22-54 8-25 14-17 (.407) (.320) (.824)

44

Officials:&E)JHIUPXFS .JLF4BO[FSF 8BSSFO&WBOT Technicals: None; Attendance: 12,384; Halftime: Missouri 32, OU 27 Notes: Despite not scoring for the gameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first six minutes (it fell behind 10-0), Oklahoma notched a 66-61 home win over Missouri ... Behind 44-38 midway through the second half, the Sooners outscored the Tigers 28-17 the rest of the game ... A Willie Warren free throw on a 3-point play with 6:59 left put OU ahead for good ... An ill Cade Davis (received IV treatment before the game and at halftime) recorded his first career double-double with 15 points and a career-high 11 rebounds ... Ryan Wright came off the bench to score a career-high 12 points and tie a career high with eight rebounds in 27 minutes ... Steven Pledgerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 10 points marked his first double-digit scoring game since Nov. 28 ... OU won despite the fact its second- and third-leading scorers entering the game (Tony Crocker and Tiny Gallon) went scoreless ... Crocker turned his ankle two-and-a-half minutes into the game and totaled just five minutes.

XGAME 18: TEXAS A&M 65, OU 62

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Gallon (F) Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Warren (G) Davis (G) Wright Pledger

22 3-5 31 2-8 39 7-13 30 5-13 40 3-6 17 0-0 21 0-5

0-0 0-2 3-4 0-2 3-5 0-0 0-5

4-5 0-1 4-5 4-6 0-0 4-6 0-0

7 5 3 6 7 2 2

3 5 0 5 2 4 0

0 2 5 1 0 0 0

2 0 2 5 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 0 0 3 0 0

10 4 21 14 9 4 0

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200 20-50 6-18 16-23 (.400) (.333) (.696)

33

19

8

9

1

5

62

TEXAS A&M

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Middleton (F) Walkup (F) Davis (C) Harris (G) Sloan (G) Lewis Loubeau Holmes Turner Hibbert

27 3-4 24 1-4 26 3-5 31 2-5 37 6-13 9 2-2 12 2-4 31 5-11 1 0-0 2 0-0

1-2 0-1 0-0 1-3 0-2 1-1 0-0 3-8 0-0 0-0

4-4 2-2 1-5 0-0 4-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

7 2 7 0 3 4 2 3 0 0

2 4 4 1 0 1 3 4 0 2

0 0 1 7 2 1 0 3 0 0

1 1 3 0 1 0 1 2 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

11 4 7 5 16 5 4 13 0 0

200 24-48 6-17 11-17 (.500) (.353) (.647)

30

21

14

9

2

3

65

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XCade Davis recorded his first career double-double in a win over Missouri despite requiring IV treatment before the game and at halftime due to illness. He finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds as the Sooners overcame a 10-0 deficit.

112 OKLAHOMA MENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BASKETBALL | 2010-11

Officials: Mark Whitehead, Gerry Pollard, David Hall Technicals: None; Attendance: 11,109; Halftime: Texas A&M 39, OU 29 Notes: Oklahomaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bid for a third straight conference victory came up just short as it was outscored 9-2 down the stretch at Texas A&M ... OU trailed 39-29 at halftime before battling back to take a 54-47 lead midway through the second half ... The Sooners led 60-56 but went 0-for-3 from the field and committed two turnovers in the final two minutes ... Tommy Mason-Griffin scored a then-career-high 21 points and handed out five assists in 39 minutes of action ... Willie Warren scored 13 of his 14 points in the second half ... Warrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s two free throws with 46 seconds left gave OU a 62-61 lead and were OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s final points ... Tiny Gallon played just two minutes in the first half due to two early fouls but still managed 10 points and seven boards in 22 minutes ... OU was outrebounded 15-11 in the first half but held a 22-15 advantage in the second.


SOONERS

GAME RECAPS XGAME 19: TEXAS TECH 75, OU 65

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Wright (F) 'JU[HFSBME '  Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Davis (G) Pledger Gallon Willis

21 2-3   40- 6-15 40 9-21 38 1-7 19 0-5 16 2-3 20 1-4

0-0  1-4 4-9 0-4 0-3 0-0 0-2

3-4  7-8 4-5 0-0 3-3 1-2 0-0

7  13 7 2 2 4 1

5  2 1 4 2 5 4

0  0 1 3 1 0 0

2  3 1 1 3 4 1

0  1 0 1 0 1 1

0 7   1 20 0 26 0 2 0 2 0 5 1 2

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200 21-58 5-22 18-22 (.362) (.227) (.818)

40

25

5

16

4

2

65

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Roberts (F) Singletary (F) Cohadarevic (C) Reese (G) Roberson (G) Davis Tairu Lewandowski Jenkins Okorie

8 0-0 40 8-15 30 1-5 32 4-12 34 1-9 3 0-0 21 5-9 6 1-3 2 0-0 24 4-10

0-0 3-3 0-0 0-1 1-3 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-2

0-0 5-6 4-6 1-3 3-4 0-0 5-9 0-1 0-0 2-2

0 10 8 6 2 1 5 1 0 3

2 3 4 3 3 0 2 0 1 2

0 2 2 0 7 1 0 0 0 1

0 3 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1

1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 3 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0

0 24 6 9 6 0 18 2 0 10

200 24-63 7-13 20-31 (.381) (.538) (.645)

40

20

13

8

4

6

75

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XGAME 20: OU 89, IOWA STATE 84

XTommy MasonGriffinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 38 points against Iowa State were the most by a Big 12 player on the season and the most by a freshman guard in school history. The last Oklahoma freshman to score as many points was Wayman Tisdale in 1982-83.

THE REVIE REVIEW

Officials: Duke Edsall, Darron George, Terry Oglesby Technicals: None; Attendance: 10,408; Halftime: OU 31, Texas Tech 23 Notes: It was a tale of two halves in Oklahomaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 75-65 loss at Texas Tech ... OU held the Red Raiders to 23 points on .250 field goal shooting in the first half, but gave up 52 points on .516 11 shooting in the second ... Tech was 0-for-4 from 3-point range before halftime and 7-for-11 after ... The Sooners led 34-23 with 19 minutes left in the game but were outscored 52-311 the homa rest of the way ... Down 65-64, OU was outscored 10-1 over the gameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s final 2:53 ... Oklahoma committed five turnovers in the first half and 11 in the second ... Texas Tech outscored OU 24-7 in points off turnovers ... Tommy Mason-Griffin scored a then-career-high 26 points and pulled down seven rebounds while playing all 40 minutes ... Mason-Griffin scored all of his pointss in the gameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s final 29 minutes ... Tony Crocker recorded a double-double with 20 points and 13 boards ... Willie Warren did not play due to a sprained ankle.

X GAME 21: NEBRASKA 63, OU 46

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Gilstrap (F) Brackins (F) Hamilton (C) Garrett (G) Christopherson (G) Buckley Colvin Dendy

36 33 22 35 35 5 17 17

4-10 5-12 3-3 7-10 5-10 0-1 4-5 5-5

2-5 1-4 0-0 1-2 4-5 0-1 2-2 0-0

1-2 2-2 2-4 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-1

9 6 2 3 3 0 2 5

2 4 2 4 2 1 2 1

2 1 0 8 1 0 2 3

4 4 0 3 2 1 3 1

1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

2 0 0 1 2 0 0 1

11 13 8 17 14 0 11 10

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200 33-56 10-19 8-14 (.589) (.526) (.571)

34

18

17

18

3

6

84

OKLAHOMA

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Gallon (F) Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Warren (G) Davis (G) Wright Pledger Franklin 'JU[HFSBME Willis Gerber

25 2-3 25 2-11 35 3-9 28 1-5 22 3-7 23 1-1 12 1-2 1 0-0   7 0-1 1 0-0

0-0 1-5 2-5 1-4 3-6 0-0 1-2 0-0  0-0 0-0

2-4 0-0 1-2 1-2 4-4 0-1 0-0 0-0  0-0 0-0

6 2 2 2 1 8 0 0  1 0

3 2 1 0 2 3 0 0  2 0

2 2 4 2 1 2 0 0  0 0

4 2 4 0 0 1 2 0  1 0

1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0  1 0

1 6 0 5 0 9 0 4 0 13 1 2 1 3 0 0   0 0 0 0

Wright (F) Gallon (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Davis (G) Willis (G) Pledger 'JU[HFSBME

27 2-4 0-0 21 3-7 0-2 40 13-21 5-10 39 9-17 4-9 32 2-8 2-4 11 0-2 0-1   

0-0 3-4 7-7 2-2 0-0 1-2 

6 6 2 3 7 1 

3 3 0 2 0 1 

0 1 6 1 3 0 

0 5 3 0 1 0 

0 0 0 0 1 0 

0 4 2 9 2 38 3 24 0 6 0 1  

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200 15-43 8-22 8-13 (.349) (.364) (.615)

27

16

13

15

5

4

46

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200 32-66 11-26 14-17 (.485) (.423) (.824)

28

12

13

9

1

8

Ubel (F) %JB[ $  Henry (G) Jeter (G) Anderson (G) Jones Richardson Standhardinger Gallegos Hankins-Cole

10 0-2   30 2-5 28 3-6 33 4-6 7 0-0 28 6-11 18 3-9 4 0-1 12 1-5

0-0  0-0 1-1 2-4 0-0 2-5 0-1 0-0 0-0

2-2  0-0 1-2 1-2 0-0 2-2 2-2 0-0 2-4

1  4 7 3 0 3 5 1 3

5  1 4 1 0 1 1 0 1

0  0 4 3 0 0 1 1 0

1  0 0 2 1 5 0 0 0

0  2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0  2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0

2  4 8 11 0 16 8 0 4

200 24-54 5-11 10-14 (.444) (.455) (.714)

36

15

11

9

3

6

63

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89

Officials:(FSSZ1PMMBSE .JLF4BO[FSF 1BVM+BOTTFO Technicals: None; Attendance: 9,468; Halftime: OU 48, Iowa State 32 Notes: Guards Tommy Mason-Griffin (38) and Cade Davis (24) combined for 62 points to help OU overcome .589 Iowa State field goal shooting in an 89-84 home win ... Mason-Griffin was 13-for-21 from the field, 5-for-10 from 3-point range and 7-for-7 from the free throw line while adding six assists and two steals in 40 minutes ... Davis hit four treys in his 39 minutes for the second-highest point total of his career ... Mason-Griffinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 38 points were four more than any Big 12 player scored on the year, the most scored by an OU freshman since Wayman Tisdale in 198283, the most by a freshman guard in school history, tied for the most by a point guard in school history and tied for the fifth most by a freshman in Big 12 history ... OU made eight of its first 11 3-point attempts and led by as many as 21 before settling for a 48-32 halftime advantage ... The Cyclones shot .625 from the floor in the second half and made four 3-pointers in the last three minutes to draw as close as three points ... OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s two leading scorers on the year entering the night (Willie Warren and Tony Crocker) did not play due to sprained ankles.

Totals

TP

Officials: Verne Harris, Kelly Self, Don Daily Technicals: None; Attendance: 10,854; Halftime: Nebraska 29, OU 20 Notes: Oklahoma posted season lows in points (46), field goals (15), field goal attempts (43) and free throw makes (8) in its 63-46 loss at Nebraska ... The Sooners fell behind 11-3 almost seven minutes into the game, rallied to tie the score at 15 and then watched the Huskers use an 8-0 half-ending run to lead 29-20 at intermission ... The Huskers ended the game on a 10-2 run ... Cade Davis was the only Sooner who scored in double digits (13 points) ... Davis played just 22 minutes due to early foul trouble ... OU registered 13 assists on its 15 field goals.

2010-11 | OKLAHOMA MENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BASKETBALL 113


OKLAHOMA

GAME RECAPS XGAME 22: OU 80, TEXAS 71

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James (F) Pittman (C) Bradley (G) Balbay (G) Mason (G) Johnson Lucas Hamilton Brown Chapman

28 4-9 21 4-5 34 9-17 15 0-2 18 2-4 26 5-7 16 1-4 25 3-15 15 0-5 2 0-0

0-1 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-3 1-6 0-3 0-0

4-13 0-2 0-1 0-1 1-2 1-2 0-0 1-2 3-4 0-0

9 13 3 3 2 10 0 3 1 0

5 2 5 3 0 4 1 2 1 0

0 2 2 4 0 1 2 1 2 0

1 3 2 0 0 2 0 3 0 0

3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

12 8 21 0 5 11 3 8 3 0

Totals

200 28-68 5-18 10-27 (.412) (.278) (.370)

46

23

14

11

3

5

71

OKLAHOMA

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Wright (F) 'JU[HFSBME '  Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Davis (G) Pledger Warren Gallon

30 5-9 0-0    26 2-7 0-2 39 6-12 5-7 36 6-16 4-11 24 2-6 1-4 16 1-1 0-0 10 2-7 0-0

1-2 14   2-2 2 7-9 5 4-8 10 4-4 4 1-2 2 0-0 2

5  5 1 4 2 0 1

0  2 4 0 1 2 1

1  2 4 0 1 1 1

1  0 0 0 0 0 0

1 11   1 6 0 24 1 20 0 9 2 3 0 4

20

11

11

1

5

THE REVIEW

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200 25-60 10-24 20-28 (.417) (.417) (.714)

44

80

Officials:3JDL)BSU[FMM .JLF5IJCPEFBVY +PIO)BNQUPO Technicals: None; Attendance: 12,036; Halftime: OU 48, Texas 30 Notes: The Sooners got off to a fast start and never trailed in their first meeting of the year against an AP top-25 opponent ... Tommy Mason-Griffin and Cade Davis combined for 32 (16 each) of OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 48 first-half points and propelled their team to an 18-point halftime lead ... No. 9 Texas got no closer than six points in the second half ... Oklahoma made nine first-half 3-pointers on 16 attempts (four each by Mason-Griffin and Davis) ... Mason-Griffin made five treys on the day and finished with a game-high 24 points, five rebounds and four assists ... Davis recorded 20 points and 10 rebounds for his second career double-double ... Ryan Wright had the most productive game of his career with 11 points and a career-high 14 boards for his lone career double-double ... Wright had five points and 10 rebounds in the first half ... Willie Warren played just 16 minutes (sprained ankle) and scored three points (made his only field goal try) ... The Sooners went 20-for-28 (.714) from the free throw line while Texas went 10-for-37 (.370) ... The day featured an OU celebration of the life and career of the late Wayman Tisdale ... Toby Keith performed his hit â&#x20AC;&#x153;Cryinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; for Me (Waymanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Song)â&#x20AC;? at halftime.

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MP

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Cohadarevic (F) Singletary (F) Reese (G) Roberson (G) Okorie (G) Davis Roberts Tairu Lewandowski

27 6-10 35 3-7 17 0-5 36 6-9 38 4-10 6 1-2 8 2-5 20 2-7 13 2-4

0-0 1-2 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0

0-0 3-4 0-0 7-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4 1-1

8 6 2 1 4 0 3 3 5

5 2 1 3 1 0 1 2 4

1 5 0 4 2 1 0 1 0

2 4 1 3 1 1 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

12 10 0 22 8 2 4 9 5

200 26-59 5-8 15-16 (.441) (.625) (.938)

34

19

14

12

2

3

72

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3FG

FT

R

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Wright (F) Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Warren (G) Davis (G) Gallon Willis

16 39 39 37 38 23 8

3-5 6-11 3-13 5-12 3-10 6-9 0-2

0-0 1-5 2-8 2-6 1-6 0-0 0-1

1-2 3-5 1-1 6-6 1-2 1-2 0-0

5 11 3 4 2 5 2

3 2 3 2 2 3 2

0 2 4 5 3 2 0

1 1 1 6 0 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 1 0

0 2 1 1 1 2 0

7 16 9 18 8 13 0

200 26-62 6-26 13-18 (.419) (.231) (.722)

37

18

16

10

1

7

71

Officials:4UFWF0MTPO (FSSZ1PMMBSE .JLF4BO[FSF Technicals: Oklahoma â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Bench; Attendance: 10,323; Halftime: Texas Tech 36, OU 28 Notes: Oklahoma lost for just the second time in its last 33 home games and saw its 31-game home winning streak against unranked (AP) opponents halted ... The Sooners trailed by eight at halftime, by 12 points with 8:30 remaining in the second half and by 10 with 5:20 to go before rallying late ... OU missed two 3-pointers on the final possession, including one by Tommy Mason-Griffin at the buzzer ... Willie Warren recorded team highs of 18 points and five assists ... Tony Crocker notched his seventh double-double of the year (second against Tech) with 16 points and 11 boards ... The Red Raiders swept the season series for the first time in Big 12 history.

114 OKLAHOMA MENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BASKETBALL | 2010-11

OKLAHOMA

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TO

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Wright (F) Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Davis (G) Willis (G) Pledger Franklin 'JU[HFSBME Allen Gerber

32 2-4 0-0 36 5-10 3-7 40 10-23 5-10 40 6-12 5-8 21 1-6 0-3 15 1-4 1-3 6 0-0 0-0    1 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0

0-0 3-3 5-6 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0  0-0 0-0

4 4 3 3 7 2 1  0 1

4 3 1 1 2 3 2  0 0

1 1 5 0 0 2 1  0 0

1 1 5 2 3 1 1  0 0

0 1 0 1 0 0 0  0 0

0 4 3 16 2 30 1 19 1 2 0 3 0 0   0 0 0 0

200 26-60 14-31 10-13 (.433) (.452) (.769)

29

18

10

14

2

7

76

Totals

OKLAHOMA STATE MP

OKLAHOMA

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XGAME 24: OKLAHOMA STATE 97, OU 76  'FC t4UJMMXBUFS 0LMBt(BMMBHIFS*CB"SFOB

XGAME 23: TEXAS TECH 72, OU 71

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XRyan Wrightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 11 points and career-high 14 rebounds helped Oklahoma beat ninth-ranked Texas in Norman on a day in which OU celebrated the life and career of the late Wayman Tisdale. The performance marked Wrightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first double-double.

Pilgrim (F) Muonelo (G) Page (G) Gulley (G) Anderson (G) Sidorakis Franklin Moses Totals

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23 7-7 36 4-9 35 8-17 35 1-6 32 11-17 18 2-2 4 0-2 17 0-1

0-0 4-6 4-12 0-1 4-7 2-2 0-0 0-0

2-4 5-6 5-5 0-0 5-5 0-0 0-0 0-0

9 7 5 1 4 2 1 5

2 1 0 4 4 2 0 2

1 3 7 2 4 1 0 0

0 2 1 2 3 0 0 1

2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0

3 1 0 0 2 1 0 1

16 17 25 2 31 6 0 0

200 33-61 14-28 17-20 (.541) (.500) (.850)

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Officials: Scott Thornley, Mark Whitehead, Hal Lusk Technicals: None; Attendance: 12,380; Halftime: Oklahoma State 48, OU 38 Notes: OU jumped out to a 21-15 lead midway through the first half but failed to maintain the momentum in a 21-point road loss ... OSU outscored OU 33-17 over the final 11 minutes of the first half and made its first 10 field goal attempts (and 13 of its first 14) of the second half ... The Sooners made a season-high-tying 14 3-pointers on 31 attempts (.452) while the Cowboys also made 14 on 28 attempts ... Tommy Mason-Griffin scored 21 second-half points en route to a 30-point day ... Cade Davis drained five treys on nine attempts and scored 19 points ... MasonGriffin, Davis and Tony Crocker (16) combined for 65 points (the rest of the team totaled 11) ... Willie Warren (sick) and Tiny Gallon (suspended) did not play.


SOONERS

GAME RECAPS XGAME 25: COLORADO 77, OU 67

XGAME 27: KANSAS 81, OU 68

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17 1-4   28 2-10 39 7-12 39 3-7 1 0-0 1 0-1 30 5-9 23 2-6

0-0  0-3 3-7 1-5 0-0 0-1 3-3 0-1

2-2  0-0 2-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 6-9 0-0

4  5 3 7 0 0 0 10

1  5 2 2 0 0 3 2

0  3 3 1 0 0 2 0

0  0 7 0 0 0 2 2

0  0 0 1 0 0 0 1

0  0 0 2 0 0 2 1

4  4 19 8 0 0 19 4

'JU[HFSBME '  Gallon (F) Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Davis (G) Wright Pledger

  25 3-6 29 3-13 40 6-15 36 4-9 15 0-1 18 2-5

 0-0 1-5 1-5 2-6 0-0 2-4

 0-1 2-3 4-5 3-3 1-2 0-0

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 5 1 1 3 2 4

 2 0 8 3 0 0

 3 1 3 1 0 0

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200 26-63 6-20 10-14 (.413) (.300) (.714)

33

19

14

9

2

3

68

200 24-55 7-20 12-16 (.436) (.350) (.750)

33

16

10

11

2

5

67

KANSAS

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Morris (F) Aldrich (C) Henry (G) Collins (G) Taylor (G) Robinson Morningstar Reed Morris

29 4-10 27 3-7 33 9-13 36 5-12 23 3-6 7 2-2 16 1-3 14 1-1 15 2-4

0-0 0-0 2-4 2-3 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1

2-2 1-4 3-3 5-6 4-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2

7 12 5 0 2 2 4 0 6

2 3 1 1 4 1 1 0 4

3 0 1 6 1 0 2 2 0

0 3 0 2 0 0 1 0 0

1 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 0

0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

10 7 23 17 11 4 2 2 5

200 30-58 5-10 16-23 (.517) (.500) (.696)

39

17

15

6

7

4

81

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Dufault (F) Tomlinson (G) Relphorde (G) Burks (G) Higgins (G) Thorne Harris-Tunks Knutson Eckloff

15 2-3 28 4-6 36 6-13 32 5-6 33 7-17 21 3-7 23 0-2 9 1-1 3 0-1

0-0 2-4 1-3 1-1 1-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

1-1 3-4 0-1 6-7 3-3 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 8 10 3 4 1 5 2 0

2 4 1 3 3 0 2 0 0

0 3 6 2 3 3 1 1 0

0 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0

0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0

5 13 13 17 18 9 0 2 0

200 28-56 6-14 15-18 (.500) (.429) (.833)

33

15

19

7

5

5

77

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Officials: Steve Welmer, David Hall, Steve Olson Technicals: None; Attendance: 16,300; Halftime: Kansas 44, OU 29 Notes: The Sooners began their Big Monday game at No. 1 Kansas by going 0-for-11 from the field and fell behind 9-0 ... Afterward, they shot .500 from the field and were outscored by just four (72-68) in an 81-68 loss ... Oklahoma outscored the Jayhawks 39-37 in the second half ... Freshmen combined for 45 of OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 68 points, 14 of its 33 rebounds and 11 of its 14 assists ... Kansas led by as many as 23 points just past the midway point of the second half before the Sooners drew to within 12 multiple times in the final minutes ... Freshman forward Andrew Fitzgerald played a career-high 37 minutes and totaled career highs of 16 points and six rebounds ... Fellow freshman Tommy Mason-Griffin led OU with 17 points and eight assists ... OU scored eight fast-break points while not allowing any.

XGAME 26: KANSAS STATE 83, OU 68

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Sutton (F) Kelly (C) Colon (G) Pullen (G) Clemente (G) )FOSJRVF[ Irving McGruder Merriewether Samuels Judge

32 4-6 23 6-9 18 2-6 35 4-10 35 11-18   10 0-0 2 0-0 6 0-0 26 5-9 5 0-0

2-4 0-0 0-0 2-6 5-9  0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0

1-2 2-2 0-0 4-5 0-0  0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0

4 7 5 0 2  2 0 0 3 0

3 2 3 2 0  0 0 2 1 0

2 1 0 2 6  1 0 0 1 0

0 2 1 2 3  0 0 0 0 1

0 1 1 0 0  0 0 0 0 0

3 0 0 3 0  0 0 0 0 0

11 14 4 14 27  0 0 0 12 0

Totals

200 32-60 10-20 9-13 (.533) (.500) (.692)

32

16

13

10

2

6

83

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Wright (F) 'JU[HFSBME '  Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Davis (G) Pledger Franklin Gallon

17 1-2 0-0    37 3-10 0-3 38 5-15 4-10 37 4-8 3-7 12 1-3 1-3 2 0-0 0-0 30 4-8 0-0

1-1  5-7 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2

3  9 3 4 1 0 8

1  1 1 2 1 0 2

0  5 5 2 0 0 1

1  1 3 1 0 0 6

0  0 0 0 0 0 0

0 3   1 11 1 16 0 11 1 3 0 0 4 10

200 25-58 8-23 10-16 (.431) (.348) (.625)

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12

13

13

2

8

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68

Officials: Scott Thornley, John Hampton, Bill Kennedy Technicals: None; Attendance: 12,425; Halftime: Kansas State 35, OU 33 Notes: Trailing 50-49 with 14:30 left in in the game, Oklahoma watched No. 7 Kansas State go on a 21-6 run over the next 6:20 to take a 71-55 lead in an eventual 83-68 victory in Norman ... It was OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s second straight home loss after winning 31 of 32 at Lloyd Noble Center ... The Wildcats shot .581 from the field and .545 (6-for-11) from 3-point range in a second half that saw them outscore the Sooners 48-35 ... OU only turned the ball over three more times than KSU (13-10), but the Wildcats scored 23 points off turnovers to the Soonersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 12 ... Freshmen accounted for 43 of Oklahomaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 68 points (63 percent) ... Tommy Mason-Griffin led OU with 16 points and was followed by Andrew Fitzgeraldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s then-career-high 14 points ... Denis Clemente led Kansas State with 27 points (5-for-9 from 3-point range) and added six assists.

XFreshman Andrew Fitzgerald averaged 13.0 points over consecutive February games at Colorado, versus No. 7 Kansas State and at No. 1 Kansas. Included for the forward was a career-high 16 points against the Jayhawks. Fitzgerald started six of the Soonersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; final seven games.

2010-11 220 0100-11 -111 | OKLAHOMA OKLA OK LAHO H MA HO MA MENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S M MEN ENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;SS BASKETBALL EN BAASSKE KETBBALL LL 11 11155

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Officials: Duke Edsall, Terry Davis, Don Daily Technicals: None; Attendance: 5,976; Halftime: Colorado 33, OU 30 Notes: Oklahoma trailed by three at halftime and by 15 with 6:18 to play before rallying to within five twice in the last 2:18 of a 77-67 loss at Colorado ... The Buffaloes scored 44 secondhalf points on .519 field goal, .571 (4-for-7) 3-point and .800 (12-for-15) free throw shooting ... CU committed just seven turnovers and outscored the Sooners 22-6 in fast-break points ... Tommy Mason-Griffin and Willie Warren each scored 19 points to pace OU ... Mason-Griffin was 3-for-7 from long distance while Warren was 3-for-3 ... Andrew Fitzgerald made his sixth career start and scored all nine of his points in the first half (he did not attempt a shot after halftime) ... Both teams registered 33 rebounds and only four offensive boards were recorded in the game (three by Oklahoma).

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OKLAHOMA

GAME RECAPS XGAME 28: BAYLOR 70, OU 63

XGAME 30: TEXAS A&M 69, OU 54

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37 9-14 26 1-3 12 1-2 36 8-15 36 3-7 15 0-0 26 1-3 12 0-1

0-1 0-0 0-0 5-9 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

2-3 0-0 2-2 0-0 2-2 4-4 7-8 0-0

3 3 3 6 1 1 9 1

2 1 1 3 1 2 3 1

0 0 0 3 5 0 1 0

3 1 4 4 3 0 2 0

7 1 0 1 0 0 1 0

1 1 1 0 1 2 1 0

20 2 4 21 10 4 9 0

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200 23-45 7-14 17-19 (.511) (.500) (.895)

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  36 11-17 36 2-7 40 3-19 37 2-10 21 4-7 7 0-1

 0-1 1-4 0-6 1-6 0-0 0-1

  1-1 15 1-2 4 2-2 2 0-0 3 6-7 5 0-0 1

 4 2 1 1 2 0

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 2 0 4 2 2 0

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  2 23 3 6 3 8 0 5 0 14 1 0

Loubeau (F) Middleton (F) Davis (C) Harris (G) Sloan (G) Holmes #MBTD[ZL Darko Turner Hibbert Schepel Walkup

13 3-6 32 5-8 32 5-10 19 2-4 32 4-11 25 3-4    1 0-0 15 3-3 10 0-1 1 0-1 20 1-3

0-0 1-2 0-0 1-3 0-4 2-3  0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1

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200 26-51 5-13 12-20 (.510) (.385) (.600)

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14

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9

Wright (F) Gerber (F) Crocker (G) Mason-Griffin (G) Davis (G) Pledger Franklin 'JU[HFSBME Gallon Hardrick Willis

30 4-8 5 0-0 27 2-7 37 4-12 38 1-6 24 3-7 2 0-1   11 1-3 1 0-0 3 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-4 3-5 1-4 3-6 0-1  0-0 0-0 0-0

2-3 0-0 0-0 5-5 0-0 0-0 0-0  0-0 0-0 0-0

200 17-47 7-20 13-16 (.362) (.350) (.813)

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THE REVIEW

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Officials:.JLF4BO[FSF 5FSSZ0HMFTCZ #SBE'FSSJF Technicals: None; Attendance: 10,798; Halftime: Baylor 36, OU 35 Notes: Oklahoma shot .343 from the field (its second worst mark of the year) and a season-low .111 (2-for-18) from 3-point range in a 70-63 home loss to No. 24 Baylor ... The defeat was OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first at home against Baylor since the 1977-78 season (15-game span) ... A 10-1 run gave the Sooners a 53-52 lead with 6:56 remaining ... The Bears led 62-61 with 2:26 left and outscored OU 8-2 the rest of the way ... The Soonersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; starting guard trio of Tony Crocker, Cade Davis and Tommy Mason-Griffin combined to go 7-for-36 from the field and 2-for-16 from behind the arc ... The threesome entered the game averaging a combined 35.7 points a game but was held to 19 points ... Freshman forward Tiny Gallon scored a career-high 23 points on 11-of-17 field goal shooting and pulled down a game-high 15 rebounds ... Gallon was 8-for-9 from the field in the first half ... Senior Ryan Wright came off the bench to score a career-high 14 points in 21 minutes ... The Sooners lost despite posting a 38-30 rebounding advantage and committing seven fewer turnovers (17-10).

XGAME 29: TEXAS 87, OU 76

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 37 37 40 38 7 16 0+

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 1-3 6-7 3-4 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

 9 5 1 2 0 0 0

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200 26-54 10-24 14-18 (.481) (.417) (.778)

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James (F) Pittman (C) Bradley (G) Lucas (G) Mason (G) Johnson Wangmene Hamilton Brown

38 8-14 25 5-8 17 1-5 7 1-1 21 1-4 28 5-9 3 0-0 28 5-7 33 4-8

0-2 0-0 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 1-4

8-12 4-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 4-4 0-0 0-0 6-6

8 6 0 0 1 8 1 11 0

0 2 4 0 1 1 1 3 1

1 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 5

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0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1

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24 14 2 3 3 14 0 12 15

200 30-56 4-11 23-28 (.536) (.364) (.821)

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Officials:&E)JHIUPXFS 4DPUU5IPSOMFZ 3JDL)BSU[FMM Technicals: None; Attendance: 16,012; Halftime: OU 40, Texas 38 Notes: The Sooners didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t trail until the 9:08 mark of the second half in an 87-76 loss at Texas in a Big Monday matchup ... Oklahoma led 23-10 eight minutes into the game, 40-38 at halftime and 51-40 with 15:30 left in the second half ... Ahead 56-52, OU was outscored 35-20 over the final 10:30 ... Texas shot .536 from the field while the Sooners posted a .481 figure (their best in nine games) ... Two days after going 2-for-18 from 3-point range versus Baylor, OU went 10-for24 against the Longhorns ... The Sooners made their first five 3-point attempts and were 7-for-11 in the first half ... Tony Crocker scored OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first eight points and 10 of its first 14 before finishing with a team-high 24 points ... Cade Davis scored 22 points with the help of a career-high-tying six 3-point makes on 10 attempts ... Davis made his first four 3-point tries and was 5-for-7 in the first half ... Tommy Mason-Griffin had seven assists to tie the OU freshman record of 141 in a season ... Texas outrebounded the Sooners 38-21 and outscored OU 38-22 in the paint.

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1-4 2 4-4 3 3-4 10 1-2 0 2-4 2 1-1 2   0-0 0 0-1 5 0-0 0 0-0 1 0-0 8

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0 1 0 2 4 1  0 0 0 0 4

1 0 2 1 2 4  0 1 1 0 1

0 1 1 0 0 0  0 0 0 0 0

1 7 2 15 4 13 0 6 3 10 0 9   0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 3

15

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5 0 3 4 7 1 0  0 0 0

4 0 5 1 1 3 0  2 0 0

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26

20

11

15

36

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69

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0 0 0 0 1 0 0  2 1 1

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7

7

54

Officials: Mark Whitehead, Michael Eggers, Darron George Technicals: None; Attendance: 11,074; Halftime: Texas A&M 36, OU 32 Notes: OU led by as many as nine points (23-14) in a first half that featured three ties and seven lead changes ... Texas A&M took a 31-30 lead on two Khris Middleton free throws and didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t trail again ... The Sooners hit five of their first seven 3-point attempts but went just 2-for-13 afterward ... Tommy Mason-Griffin set OU freshman records for assists (145) and 3-point makes (69) in a season with his four handouts and three treys ... Andrew Fitzgerald reached double figures for the third time in four games with 10 points ... The game was the last at home in the careers of seniors Tony Crocker, Beau Gerber and Ryan Wright ... Gerber made his first career start and played five minutes ... The loss was OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fourth straight at home after starting 11-0.

XGAME 31: OKLAHOMA STATE 81, OU 67

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   29 4-6 0-1 37 4-11 1-3 39 7-14 1-2 38 2-5 0-2 13 1-3 0-0 36 6-13 6-10 1 0-1 0-1 1 0-0 0-0

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 6 6 1 6 2 1 0 0

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 0 1 9 1 0 0 0 0

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 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

  1 11 0 9 0 22 3 4 0 3 1 18 0 0 0 0

200 24-53 8-19 11-12 (.453) (.421) (.917)

26

16

11

14

1

5

67

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Pilgrim (F) Muonelo (G) Page (G) Gulley (G) Anderson (G) Shaw Dowell Sidorakis Franklin Moses

23 5-7 37 5-10 35 7-10 26 2-5 32 4-11 0+ 0-0 7 2-3 20 2-6 3 0-0 17 3-4

0-0 2-6 5-8 1-2 1-5 0-0 1-2 1-5 0-0 0-0

0-1 3-3 5-5 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

4 8 0 5 3 0 1 2 2 5

2 2 3 4 1 0 0 0 1 4

0 7 3 3 2 0 0 2 0 1

3 0 1 1 5 0 0 0 1 1

2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 1 4 2 0 0 0 0 1 1

10 15 24 5 11 0 5 5 0 6

Totals

200 30-56 11-28 10-11 (.536) (.393) (.909)

31

17

18

12

4

11

81

Officials: 3JDL )BSU[FMM .JLF 4BO[FSF ,JQQ ,JTTJOHFS Technicals: None; Attendance: 18,879; Halftime: Oklahoma State 45, OU 23 Notes: OUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s season came to an end with an 81-67 loss in the first round of the Big 12 Championship in Kansas City ... No. 7 seed OSU jumped out to a 9-0 lead with 3-pointers on its first three possessions and eventually increased its margin to 20-2 ... Down 22 at halftime, the Sooners scored the first 11 points of the second half and later cut the Cowboysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; lead to 10 (47-37) with 13:08 to go ... Tommy Mason-Griffin had team highs of 22 points and nine assists ... Steven Pledger came off the bench to go 6-for-10 from 3-point range and finish with 18 points.


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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS CAREER

THE TH RECORDS

Games: 137, Darryl Kennedy, 1984-87 Conference Games: 64, Hollis Price, 2000-03 Games Started: 130, Tim McCalister, 1984-87 Conference Games Started: 62, Hollis Price, 2000-03 Minutes: 4,768, Tim McCalister, 1984-87 Points: 2,661, Wayman Tisdale, 1983-85 Scoring Average: 25.6, Wayman Tisdale, 1983-85 Rebounds: 1,048, Wayman Tisdale, 1983-85 Rebounding Average: 12.8, Alvan Adams, 1973-75 Field Goals: 1,077, Wayman Tisdale, 1983-85 Field Goal Attempts: 1,996, Tim McCalister, 1984-87 Field Goal Percentage (min. 500 attempts): .618, Blake Griffin, 2008-09 3-Point Field Goals: 259, Terry Evans, 1990-93 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 698, Terry Evans, 1990-93 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 100 attempts): .435 (81-186), Quannas White, 2002-03 Free Throws: 507, Wayman Tisdale, 1983-85 Free Throw Attempts: 767, Wayman Tisdale, 1983-85 Free Throw Percentage (min. 175 attempts): .861 (358-416), Hollis Price, 2000-03 Assists: 651, Terry Evans, 1990-93 Blocked Shots: 230, Al Beal, 1986-89 Steals: 281, Mookie Blaylock, 1988-89

XSEASON Games: 39, Mookie Blaylock, 1988; Harvey Grant, 1988; Stacey King, 1988; Dave Sieger, 1988 Games Started: 39, Dave Sieger, 1988 Minutes: 1,359, Mookie Blaylock, 1989 Points: 932, Wayman Tisdale, 1985 Scoring Average: 27.0, Wayman Tisdale, 1984 Rebounds: 504, Blake Griffin, 2009 Rebounding Average: 14.4, Blake Griffin, 2009 Field Goals: 370, Wayman Tisdale, 1985

Field Goal Attempts: 640, Harvey Grant, 1988; Wayman Tisdale, 1985 Field Goal Percentage (min. 175 attempts): .654 (300-459), Blake Griffin, 2009 3-Point Field Goals: 105, Nate Erdmann, 1997 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 257, Nate Erdmann, 1997 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 60 attempts): .473, Tim Heskett, 1999 Free Throws: 211, Stacey King, 1989 Free Throw Attempts: 324, Blake Griffin, 2009 Consecutive Free Throws Made: 37, Nate Carter, 2007 Free Throw Percentage (min. 60 attempts): .929, Hollis Price, 2004 Assists: 280, Ricky Grace, 1988 Blocked Shots: 103, Stacey King, 1988 Steals: 150, Mookie Blaylock, 1988

XSINGLE GAME Minutes: 51, Ryan Minor vs. Nebraska, Jan. 13, 1996 Points: 61, Wayman Tisdale vs. UT San Antonio, Dec. 28, 1983 Rebounds: 28, Alvan Adams vs. Indiana State, Nov. 27, 1972 Field Goals: 24, Wayman Tisdale vs. UT San Antonio, Dec. 28, 1983 Field Goal Attempts: 34, Wayman Tisdale vs. UT San Antonio, Dec. 28, 1983; vs. Hawaii, Dec. 30, 1982; Alvan Adams vs. Iowa State, March 5, 1975 Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 attempts): 1.000 (11-for-11), Alvan Adams vs. San Diego State, Jan. 5, 1974 3-Point Field Goals: 11, Brent Price vs. Loyola Marymount, Dec. 15, 1990 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 19, Brent Price vs. Loyola 3-Po M Marymount, Dec. 15, 1990 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 6 attempts): 3-Po 11.000 (6-6), Michael Johnson vs. Kansas State, Jan. 223, 1999; Terry Evans vs. UNLV, Dec. 9, 1989 Con Consecutive 3-Point Makes: 6, Michael Neal vs. Co Colorado, Feb. 15, 2006; Michael Johnson vs. Kansas

XOPPONENT SINGLE GAME Points: 47, Cliff Meely, Colorado, Feb. 15, 1971 Rebounds: 20, Cole Aldrich, Kansas, Feb. 23, 2009 Field Goals: 18, Cliff Meely, Colorado, Feb. 15, 1971; Robin Freeman, Ohio State, Dec. 18, 1954 Field Goal Attempts: 38, Hercle Ivy, Iowa State, Feb. 5, 1975 Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 attempts): 1.000 (11-for-11), Bryant Reeves, Oklahoma State, Jan. 6, 1994 3-Point Field Goals: 8, Clarence Gilbert, Missouri, Jan. 21, 2002 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 19, Keith Carmichael, Coppin State, Dec. 22, 1993; Jeff Fryer, Loyola Marymount, Dec. 23, 1989 Free Throws: 18, Dick Knostman, Kansas State, Feb. 14, 1953 Free Throw Attempts: 26, Dick Knostman, Kansas State, Feb. 14, 1953 Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 attempts): 1.000 (16-for-16), Chauncey Billups, Colorado, Feb. 17, 1996 Assists: 15, Andre Owens, Oklahoma State, Feb. 28, 1996; James Jackson, West Texas State, Dec. 11, 1982 Turnovers: 11, Eric Montalvo, UT Pan American, Jan. 2, 2005 Blocked Shots: 9, Emeka Okafor, Connecticut, Jan. 11, 2004 Steals: 9, Haywoode Workman, Oral Roberts, Dec. 10, 1988

WAYMAN TISDALE...

Pts. Opponent

Simply, the Best

36 36 35 34 34 33 33 33 33 32 32 32 31 31 31 31 31 30 30 30

The most prolific scorer in OU history, Wayman Tisdale averaged 24.5 points per game as a freshman, 27.0 as a sophomore and 25.2 as a junior before turning pro. Here are the 32 career games in which he scored at least 30 points.

Pts. Opponent

61 55 51 46 44 39 37 37 36 36 36 36

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State, Jan. 23, 1999; Nate Erdmann vs. Colorado, Feb. 12, 1997; Terry Evans vs. UNLV, Dec. 9, 1989; Tyrone Jones vs. Texas A&M, Dec. 29, 1988 Free Throws: 18, Corey Brewer vs. Tulsa, Dec. 28, 1996; Jeff Webster vs. SMU, Feb. 2, 1994 Free Throw Attempts: 22, Corey Brewer vs. Tulsa, Dec. 28, 1996 Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 attempts): 1.000 (18-for-18), Jeff Webster vs. SMU, Feb. 2, 1994 Assists: 18, Michael Johnson vs. North Texas, Dec. 22, 1997; Jan Pannell vs. Oklahoma City, Jan. 12, 1983 Blocked Shots: 9, Jackie Jones vs. Texas, Jan. 13, 1990 Steals: 13, Mookie Blaylock vs. Loyola Marymount, Dec. 17, 1988 and vs. Centenary, Dec. 12, 1987

Texas-San Antonio Southwestern (Texas) Abilene Christian Iowa State Hawaii Georgia Tech Kansas State Colorado Southern California Nicholls State Colorado (twice) Oklahoma State

Year

’83-84 ’84-85 ’82-83 ’82-83 ’82-83 ’82-83 ’84-85 ’84-85 ’83-84 ’83-84 ’83-84 ’83-84

Dayton St. Mary’s Loyola (Chicago) Oklahoma City Illinois Iowa State Southwestern (Kan.) Syracuse Nebraska Northeast Louisiana Virginia Tech Missouri Morehead State Manhattan McNeese State Nebraska Missouri Oklahoma State Kansas State Kansas

Year

’83-84 ’82-83 ’84-85 ’83-84 ’82-83 ’84-85 ’83-84 ’83-84 ’83-84 ’84-85 ’82-83 ’82-83 ’84-85 ’84-85 ’83-84 ’83-84 ’83-84 ’84-85 ’83-84 ’82-83


SOONERS

TEAM RECORDS XSEASON Games: 39, 1987-88 Victories: 35, 1987-88 100-Point Games: 20, 1988-89 Consecutive 100-Point Games: 9, 1988-89 Points: 4,012 in 39 games, 1987-88 Scoring Average: 102.9, 1987-88 Rebounds: 1,658 in 39 games, 1987-88 Rebounding Average: 51.1, 1963-64 Field Goals: 1,533, 1987-88 Field Goal Attempts: 3,094, 1987-88 Field Goal Percentage: .519, 1979-80 3-Point Field Goals: 299, 1987-88 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 791, 1987-88 3-Point Field Goal Percentage: .414, 1986-87 Free Throws: 770, 1990-91 Free Throw Attempts: 1,054, 1990-91 Free Throw Percentage: .767, 2001-02 Assists: 862, 1987-88 Blocked Shots: 209, 1988-89 Steals: 486, 1987-88

1987-88...

A Record-Setting Season Led by a trio of future first-round NBA draft picks, the 1987-88 Sooners played in the national championship game and set numerous school records that still stand, including season marks for victories (35), points per game (102.9), rebounds, field goals, 3-point field goals, assists and steals. Stacey King was one of five players who averaged double figures in scoring. King averaged 22.3 points and was followed by Harvey Grant (20.9), Mookie Blaylock (16.4), Ricky Grace (14.3) and Dave Sieger (10.9). King, Grant and Blaylock were all first-round NBA Draft picks.

XOPPONENT SINGLE GAME Points: 127, Arizona State, Dec. 20, 1963 Field Goals: 50, Michigan State, Dec. 21, 1963 Field Goal Attempts: 107, Loyola Marymount, Dec. 23, 1989 Field Goal Percentage: .673 (33-for-49), Oklahoma State, Feb. 28, 1996 3-Point Field Goals: 14, Oklahoma State, Feb. 13, 2010; SMU, Jan. 3, 1996; VCU, Dec. 8, 1990 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 37, Gardner-Webb, Nov. 16, 2007; Texas, Jan. 31, 1996 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 attempts): .727 (8-for-11), USC, Dec. 4, 2008 Free Throws: 42, Michigan State, Dec. 6, 2003 Free Throw Attempts: 55, Kansas, Dec. 30, 1953 Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 attempts): 1.000 (10-for-10), SMU, Jan. 3, 1996 Assists: 32, UNLV, Jan. 17, 1987 Blocked Shots: 16, Oklahoma State, Feb. 4, 1989 Steals: 17, Texas, Jan. 22, 1997; Loyola Marymount, Dec. 23, 1989

Harvey Grant

Mookie Blaylock

Stacey King

XLed by sophomore Wayman Tisdale, the 1983-84 Sooners won the first of four Big Eight titles for head coach Billy Tubbs.

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XSINGLE GAME Points: 173 vs. U.S. International, Nov. 29, 1989 Points vs. Conference Opponent: 134 vs. Colorado, Feb. 27, 1988 Combined Points: 284, OU (172) vs. Loyola Marymount (112), Dec. 15, 1990 Points in a Half: 97 vs. U.S. International (first), Nov. 29, 1989 Victory Margin: 95, OU (146) vs. Northeastern Illinois (51), Dec. 2, 1989 Rebounds: 86, vs. U.S. International, Nov. 29, 1989 Rebounds (Half): 51, vs. U.S. International (first), Nov. 29, 1989 Field Goals: 70, vs. U.S. International, Nov. 29, 1989 Field Goals in a Half: 42, vs. U.S. International (first), Nov. 29, 1989 Field Goal Attempts: 147, vs. U.S. International, Nov. 29, 1989 Field Goal Attempts in a Half: 90, vs. U.S. International (first), Nov. 29, 1989

Field Goal Percentage: .661 (39-for-59), vs. Baylor, Feb. 26, 2005 3-Point Field Goals: 17, vs. Loyola Marymount, Dec. 15, 1990; vs. North Texas, Dec. 29, 1989; vs. Nebraska, Feb. 21, 1987 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 38 vs. Loyola Marymount, Dec. 15, 1990 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 attempts): .800 (8-for-10), vs. Brigham Young, Nov. 11, 1986 Free Throws: 49, vs. Angelo State, Dec. 1, 1990 Free Throw Attempts: 57, vs. Angelo State, Dec. 1, 1990 Consecutive Free Throws Made: 21, vs. Northeastern Illinois, Dec. 2, 1989 Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 attempts): 1.000 (10-for-10), vs. Kansas, March 10, 1990 Assists: 39, vs. Oral Roberts, Dec. 10, 1988; vs. Abilene Christian, Dec. 6, 1982 Blocked Shots: 14, vs. Texas, Jan. 13, 1990; vs. Illinois State, Dec. 27, 1987 Steals: 34, vs. Centenary, Dec. 12, 1987


OKLAHOMA

LLOYD NOBLE CENTER RECORDS XOKLAHOMA TEAM

XOPPONENT TEAM

Points: 173, vs. U.S. International, Nov. 29, 1989 Victory Margin: 95, vs. Northeastern Illinois, Dec. 2, 1989 Field Goals: 70, vs. U.S. International, Nov. 29, 1989 Field Goal Attempts: 147, vs. U.S. International, Nov. 29, 1989 3-Point Field Goals: 17, vs. Loyola Marymount, Dec. 15, 1990; vs. Nebraska, Feb. 21, 1987 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 38, vs. Loyola Marymount, Dec. 15, 1990 Rebounds: 86, vs. U.S. International, Nov. 29, 1989 Assists: 39, vs. Oral Roberts, Dec. 29, 1987 Blocked Shots: 14, vs. Texas, Jan. 13, 1990 Steals: 34, vs. Centenary, Dec. 12, 1987

Points: 122, Oral Roberts, Dec. 10, 1988 Victory Margin: 16, Oklahoma State, Jan. 8, 1994 Field Goals: 43, Missouri, Feb. 9, 1989; Iowa State, Feb. 6, 1989 Field Goal Attempts: 98, Loyola Marymount, Dec. 15, 1990 3-Point Field Goals: 14, Virginia Commonwealth, Dec. 8, 1990 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 29, UNLV, Jan. 17, 1987 Rebounds: 57, Loyola Marymount, Dec. 15, 1990 Assists: 29, Colorado, Jan. 29, 1983 Blocked Shots: 10, Baylor, Feb. 27, 2010 Steals: 14, Oklahoma State, Feb. 27, 2006; North Texas, Dec. 22, 1997

THE RECORDS

XOKLAHOMA INDIVIDUAL

Price Was Right Netting a school-record 11 3-pointers on 19 attempts against Loyola Marymount on Dec. 15, 1990, Brent Priceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 56 points in the game still stand as Lloyd Noble Centerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s record. The Soonersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 17 treys and 38 long-range attempts also still exist as building records. Loyola Marymount scored 112 points in the contest and still lost by 60. Oklahomaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 172 points were one shy of the school record.

XOPPONENT INDIVIDUAL

Points: 56, Brent Price vs. Loyola Marymount, Dec. 15, 1990 Field Goals: 22, Wayman Tisdale vs. Abilene Christian, Dec. 6, 1982 Field Goal Attempts: 33, Brent Price vs. Loyola Marymount, Dec. 15, 1990 3-Point Field Goals: 11, Brent Price vs. Loyola Marymount, Dec. 15, 1990 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 19, Brent Price vs. Loyola Marymount, Dec. 15, 1990 Rebounds: 23, Blake GrifďŹ n vs. Texas Tech, Feb. 14, 2009; Stacey King vs. Loyola Marymount, Dec. 17, 1988; Harvey Grant vs. Loyola of Chicago, Dec. 5, 1987 Assists: 18, Michael Johnson vs. North Texas, Dec. 22, 1997; Jan Pannell vs. Oklahoma City, Jan. 12, 1983 Blocked Shots: 9, Jackie Jones vs. Texas, Jan. 13, 1990 Steals: 13, Mookie Blaylock vs. Loyola Marymount, Dec. 17, 1988; Centenary, Dec. 12, 1987

Points: 44, Stephen Curry, Davidson, Nov. 18, 2008 Field Goals: 17, Ricky Hooker, St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, Jan. 15, 1983 Field Goal Attempts: 32, Joe Dumars, McNeese State, Jan. 4, 1984 3-Point Field Goals: 8, Clarence Gilbert, Missouri, Jan. 21, 2002 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 16, Rasual Butler, La Salle, Nov. 18, 2000 Rebounds: 20, Cole Aldrich, Kansas, Feb. 23, 2009 Assists: 15, James Jackson, West Texas State, Dec. 11, 1982 Turnovers: 11, Eric Montalvo, Texas-Pan American, Jan. 2, 2005 Blocked Shots: 7, Ekpe Udoh, Baylor, Feb. 27, 2010 Steals: 9, Haywoode Workman, Oral Roberts, Dec. 10, 1988

XOKLAHOMA 173, U.S. INTERNATIONAL 101 .OV s.ORMAN /KLAs,LOYD.OBLE#ENTER U.S. INTERNATIONAL Williamson, Gary (F) LafďŹ tte, D. (F) Sterner, Mike (C) Bradshaw, Kevin (G) Smith, Steve (G) McCaughey, S. Wilson, Paul Howard, Greg Davis, Willie Brown, Isaac Brown, Mitch Totals

Oxygen! Billy Tubbsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Sooners scored a school-record 173 points against U.S. International in the 1989-90 season opener in Norman. OU had a chance to reach 100 in the first half but missed three 3-pointers in the final minute to wind up with 97. Six Sooners scored in double figures while two more finished with nine points. Amazingly, OU shot only .476 from the field on the night.

William Davis 31 points

Skeeter Henry 27 points

Tony Martin 24 points

Jackie Jones 20 points

Smokey McCovery 18 points

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Terry Evans 15 points

MP 24 35 23 28 34 4 15 9 8 10 10 200

FG 3FG FT R F A TO 4-11 0-1 7-9 4 0 0 4 9-19 0-0 2-2 12 0 4 7 1-3 0-0 0-1 5 3 0 3 9-21 0-6 8-9 4 5 0 11 10-14 0-1 8-8 5 1 5 8 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 1 1-6 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 1 0-0 0-0 2-2 1 4 0 0 0-1 0-0 1-3 3 1 1 4 1-5 0-2 0-1 5 3 0 3 1-3 0-1 1-2 1 2 0 0 36-84 0-11 29-37 52 20 11 42 (.429) (.000) (.784) OKLAHOMA MP FG 3FG FT R F A TO Patterson, Damon (F) 12 3-6 1-1 0-0 7 4 1 2 Davis, William (F) 21 13-24 0-0 5-6 18 2 1 2 Martin, Tony (C) 24 11-19 0-0 2-2 12 3 2 2 Evans, Terry (G) 20 6-13 3-7 0-0 3 1 3 0 Henry, Skeeter (G) 25 11-20 3-7 2-6 10 2 6 0 McCovery, Smokey 20 7-16 2-7 2-2 2 5 6 2 Jones, Jackie 19 8-20 2-4 2-4 15 2 3 2 Holmes, Kermit 12 2-6 0-0 5-7 3 1 0 0 Harris, Mike 16 3-4 1-2 2-3 3 3 3 1 Webster, Jeff 11 3-7 0-0 0-1 3 1 0 0 Mullins, Terrence 9 1-5 1-3 0-0 2 2 1 0 Ware, Roland 5 1-2 0-0 0-1 1 2 0 0 Skurcenski, Jason 6 1-5 0-1 0-0 1 1 2 1 Totals 200 70-147 13-32 20-32 86 29 28 12 (.476) (.406) (.625) OfďŹ cials: Ron Spitler, Tim Harvey, Bill Westbrooks Technicals: OU â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Tony Martin; Attendance: 10,800; Halftime: OU 97, U.S. International 45

B 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3

S 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

TP 15 20 2 26 28 0 2 2 1 3 3 101

B 2 1 0 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 8

S 1 2 4 2 1 8 4 2 2 2 1 0 0 29

TP 7 31 24 15 27 18 20 9 9 6 3 2 2 173


SOONERS

CAREER LEADERS X3-POINT FIELD GOALS

Player G Seasons 1. Darryl Kennedy......................137................1984-87 2. Hollis Price.............................136................2000-03 Tim McCalister .......................136................1984-87 4. David Johnson .......................133................1984-87 5. Tony Crocker ..........................132................2007-10 6. Taylor Griffin..........................129................2006-09 7. Tim Heskett ...........................128................1997-01 Jeff Webster ..........................128................1990-94 9. Austin Johnson......................126................2006-09 Eduardo Najera......................126................1997-00

Player 3FG Seasons 1. Terry Evans ............................259................1990-93 2. Hollis Price.............................241................2000-03 3. Tim Heskett ...........................215................1997-01 4. Tony Crocker ..........................198................2007-10 5. Ryan Minor............................170................1993-96 6. Mookie Blaylock ....................169................1988-89 7. Brent Price.............................167................1991-92 8. J.R. Raymond.........................153................2000-01 9. Austin Johnson......................144................2006-09 10. Nate Erdmann .......................141................1996-97 Ricky Grace ............................141................1987-88

XMINUTES PLAYED

X3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

Player Min. Seasons 1. Tim McCalister ..................4,768 ................1984-87 2. Hollis Price ........................4,296 ................2000-03 3. Darryl Kennedy .................4,099 ................1984-87 4. Eduardo Najera .................3,853 ................1997-00 5. Tony Crocker......................3,804 ................2007-10 6. Jeff Webster ......................3,666 ................1990-94 7. Wayman Tisdale ................3,653 ................1983-85 8. Ryan Minor .......................3,468 ................1993-96 9. Terry Evans ........................3,419 ................1990-93 10. Austin Johnson .................3,381 ................2006-09

Player 3FGA Seasons 1. Terry Evans ............................698................1989-93 2. Hollis Price.............................615................2000-03 3. Tony Crocker ..........................540................2007-10 Tim Heskett ...........................540................1997-01 5. Ryan Minor............................466................1993-96 6. Mookie Blaylock ....................446................1988-89 7. Brent Price.............................441................1991-92 8. Austin Johnson......................434................2006-09 9. David Godbold.......................400................2005-08 10. J.R. Raymond.........................375................2000-01

XPOINTS

X3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE (MIN. 100 ATTEMPTS)

Player Pts. Seasons 1. Wayman Tisdale .................2,661................1983-85 2. Jeff Webster .......................2,281................1990-94 3. Tim McCalister ....................2,275................1984-87 4. Darryl Kennedy...................2,097................1984-87 5. Stacey King ........................2,008................1986-89 6. Ryan Minor.........................1,946................1993-96 7. Hollis Price..........................1,821................2000-03 8. Alvan Adams ......................1,707................1973-77 9. Eduardo Najera...................1,646................1997-00 10. Don Sidle ............................1,548................1966-68 11. John McCullough ................1,507................1976-79 12. Chucky Barnett ...................1,462................1979-83 13. Harvey Grant ......................1,391................1987-88 14. Terry Evans .........................1,361................1990-93 15. Tony Crocker .......................1,351................2007-10

XPOINTS PER GAME Player Avg. Seasons 1. Wayman Tisdale ...................25.6................1983-85 2. Alvan Adams ........................23.7................1973-75 3. Don Sidle ..............................20.4................1966-68 4. Corey Brewer ........................19.2................1997-98 5. Harvey Grant ........................19.0................1987-88 6. Blake Griffin .........................18.8................2008-09 7. David Little ...........................18.6................1982-83 8. Brent Price............................18.2................1991-92 9. Mookie Blaylock ...................18.1................1988-89 10. Jeff Webster .........................17.8................1990-94

XFIELD GOALS Player FG Seasons 1. Wayman Tisdale .................1,077................1983-85 2. Jeff Webster ..........................917................1990-94 3. Tim McCalister .......................887................1984-87 4. Darryl Kennedy......................847................1984-87

XStacey King

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Stacey King ...........................758................1986-89 Alvan Adams .........................710................1973-75 Ryan Minor............................677................1993-96 Chucky Barnett ......................644................1980-83 Eduardo Najera......................612................1997-00 Hollis Price.............................611................2000-03

Player Pct. Seasons 1. Quannas White .................... .435................2002-03 2. Tommy Mason-Griffin ......... .424..................... 2010 3. Kelley Newton ..................... .420................2000-01 4. J.R. Raymond....................... .408................2000-01 5. Dave Sieger ......................... .405................1984-88 6. Eric Martin........................... .399................1998-99 7. Tim Heskett ......................... .398................1997-01 8. Tim McCalister ..................... .397................1984-87 9. Nate Erdmann ..................... .396................1996-97 10. Hollis Price........................... .392................2000-03

XFIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

XFREE THROWS

Player FGA Seasons 1. Tim McCalister ....................1,996................1984-87 2. Wayman Tisdale .................1,862................1983-85 3. Jeff Webster .......................1,753................1990-94 4. Darryl Kennedy...................1,644................1984-87 5. Ryan Minor.........................1,476................1993-96 6. Stacey King ........................1,467................1986-89 7. Eduardo Najera...................1,423................1997-00 8. Hollis Price..........................1,362................2000-03 9. Alvan Adams ......................1,317................1973-75 10. Chucky Barnett ...................1,315................1980-83

Player FT Seasons 1. Wayman Tisdale ....................507................1983-85 2. Stacey King ...........................492................1986-89 3. Don Sidle ..............................456................1966-68 4. Jeff Webster ..........................441................1990-94 5. Ryan Minor ...........................427................1993-95 6. Lester Lane............................418................1952-55 7. Tim McCalister ......................414................1984-87 8. Darryl Kennedy .....................387................1984-87 9. Corey Brewer.........................378................1997-98 10. Hollis Price ............................358................2000-03

XFIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 500 ATTEMPTS) Player Pct. Seasons 1. Blake Griffin ........................ .618................2008-09 2. Wayman Tisdale .................. .578................1983-85 3. Kevin Bookout ..................... .574................2003-06 4. Taj Gray ............................... .562................2005-06 5. Charles Jones....................... .558................1981-83 6. Al Beal ................................. .557................1977-80 7. Alvan Adams ....................... .539................1973-75 8. Bob Pritchard ...................... .529................1972-75 9. Calvin Pierce ........................ .526................1981-84 10. Jeff Webster ........................ .523................1990-94

XFREE THROW ATTEMPTS Player FTA Seasons 1. Wayman Tisdale ....................767................1983-85 2. Stacey King ...........................713................1986-89 3. Don Sidle ..............................675................1966-68 4. Lester Lane............................582................1952-55 5. Jeff Webster ..........................567................1990-94 6. Ryan Minor ...........................535................1993-96 7. Tim McCalister ......................527................1984-87 8. Blake Griffin ..........................521................2008-09 9. Darryl Kennedy .....................520................1984-87 10. David Johnson.......................515................1984-87

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XGAMES PLAYED


OKLAHOMA

CAREER LEADERS XFREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 175 ATTEMPTS) Player Pct. Seasons 1. Hollis Price........................... .861................2000-03 2. Bo Overton .......................... .852................1980-83 3. John Ontjes ......................... .846................1994-95 4. David Little .......................... .822................1982-83 5. Nolan Johnson..................... .814................2000-01 6. Brent Price........................... .802................1991-92 7. Scott Martin ........................ .801................1969-72 8. Aaron McGhee ..................... .800................2001-02 9. Ryan Minor.......................... .798................1993-96 10. Jason Detrick ....................... .796................2001-03

THE RECORDS

XREBOUNDS Player Reb. Seasons 1. Wayman Tisdale .................1,048................1983-85 2. Darryl Kennedy......................954................1984-87 3. Alvan Adams .........................938................1973-75 4. Al Beal ...................................917................1977-80 5. Eduardo Najera......................910................1997-00 6. Garfield Heard .......................830................1968-70 7. Stacey King ...........................825................1986-89 8. David Johnson .......................810................1984-87 9. Blake Griffin ..........................805................2008-09 10. Jeff Webster ..........................789................1990-94 11. Ryan Minor............................767................1993-96 12. Don Sidle ...............................762................1966-68 13. Clifford Ray............................754................1970-71 14. Harvey Grant .........................703................1987-88 15. Kevin Bookout .......................682................2003-06

5. Brent Price..............................5.8................1991-92 6. Terry Evans .............................5.2................1990-93 Jan Pannell .............................5.2................1981-84 8. Anthony Bowie.......................5.0................1985-86 9. Tim McCalister ........................4.6................1984-87 10. Bo Overton .............................4.5................1980-83

XSTEALS Player Stls Seasons 1. Mookie Blaylock ....................281................1988-89 2. Terry Evans ............................265................1990-93 3. Tim McCalister .......................258................1984-87 4. Hollis Price.............................224................2000-03 5. Eduardo Najera......................193................1997-00 6. Ryan Minor............................189................1993-96 7. Ricky Grace ............................178................1987-88 8. Brent Price.............................177................1991-92 9. Dave Sieger ...........................145................1984-88 10. Austin Johnson......................133................2006-09

XSTEALS PER GAME Player Avg. Seasons 1. Mookie Blaylock .....................3.8................1988-89 2. Brent Price..............................2.7................1991-92 3. Ricky Grace .............................2.5................1987-88 Tim McCalister ........................2.5................1984-87 5. Angelo Hamilton ....................2.2................1992-93 Smokey McCovery ..................2.2................1990-91 7. Terry Evans .............................2.1................1990-93 8. Terrell Everett .........................1.8................2005-06

Michael Johnson ....................1.8................1998-99 Corey Brewer ..........................1.8................1997-98

XBLOCKED SHOTS Player Blk. Seasons 1. Al Beal ...................................230................1977-80 2. Stacey King ...........................228................1986-89 3. Wayman Tisdale ....................209................1983-85 4. Johnnie Gilbert......................132................2001-05 5. Ryan Humphrey ....................114................1998-99 6. Taj Gray .................................104................2005-06 Jabahri Brown .......................104................2002-04 8. Longar Longar .......................103................2005-08 9. Bryan Sallier ..........................102................1991-93 10. Taylor Griffin............................98................2006-09

XBLOCKED SHOTS PER GAME Player Avg. Seasons 1. Jackie Jones............................2.1..................... 1990 2. Stacey King ............................2.0................1986-89 Wayman Tisdale .....................2.0................1983-85 Al Beal ....................................2.0................1977-80 5. Ryan Humphrey .....................1.9................1998-99 6. Taj Gray ..................................1.8................2005-06 7. Mike Bell ................................1.5................1988-89 8. James Mayden .......................1.3................1994-95 9. Jabahri Brown ........................1.2................2002-04 Ken Conley .............................1.2................1993-94 Bryan Sallier ...........................1.2................1991-93

XREBOUNDS PER GAME Player Avg. Seasons 1. Alvan Adams ........................12.8................1973-75 2. Blake Griffin .........................11.8................2008-09 3. Garfield Heard ......................10.6................1967-70 4. Wayman Tisdale ...................10.0................1983-85 Clifford Ray ...........................10.0................1970-71 Don Sidle ..............................10.0................1966-68 7. Harvey Grant ..........................9.6................1987-88 8. Willie Rogers ..........................8.4................1965-68 Joe King .................................8.4................1955-58 10. Ernie Abercrombie..................8.2................1995-96

XASSISTS Player Ast. Seasons 1. Terry Evans ............................651................1990-93 2. Tim McCalister .......................628................1984-87 3. Bo Overton ............................517................1980-83 4. Ricky Grace ............................471................1987-88 5. Mookie Blaylock ....................465................1988-89 6. Hollis Price.............................462................2000-03 7. Jan Pannell ............................449................1981-84 8. John Ontjes ...........................398................1994-95 9. John McCullough ...................381................1976-79 10. Austin Johnson......................367................2006-09

XASSISTS PER GAME Player Avg. Seasons 1. John Ontjes ............................6.6................1994-95 2. Ricky Grace .............................6.5................1987-88 3. Mookie Blaylock .....................6.3................1988-89 4. Terrell Everett .........................5.9................2005-06

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XTerry Evans is the Sooners’ career leader in assists, 3-point field goals and 3-point field goal attempts. He also ranks second in career steals, sixth in assists per game and seventh in steals per game.


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SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS XGAMES PLAYED Player G Season 1. Mookie Blaylock ......................39..................... 1988 Harvey Grant ...........................39..................... 1988 Stacey King .............................39..................... 1988 Dave Sieger .............................39..................... 1988 5. Ricky Grace ..............................38..................... 1988 6. Terrence Mullins ......................37..................... 1988 Anthony Bowie........................37..................... 1985 Darryl Kennedy........................37..................... 1985 Tim McCalister .........................37..................... 1985 Wayman Tisdale ......................37..................... 1985

XMINUTES PLAYED Player Min. Season 1. Mookie Blaylock .................1,359..................... 1989 2. Mookie Blaylock .................1,347..................... 1988 3. Harvey Grant ......................1,339..................... 1988 4. Ricky Grace .........................1,301..................... 1988 5. Wayman Tisdale .................1,283..................... 1985 6. Anthony Bowie...................1,282..................... 1985 7. Tim McCalister ....................1,272..................... 1986 8. Tim McCalister ....................1,261..................... 1987 9. Darryl Kennedy...................1,253..................... 1986 10. Wayman Tisdale .................1,232..................... 1984

Player Pts. Season 1. Wayman Tisdale ....................932..................... 1985 2. Wayman Tisdale ....................919..................... 1984 3. Stacey King ...........................869..................... 1988 4. Stacey King ...........................859..................... 1989 5. Harvey Grant .........................816..................... 1988 6. Wayman Tisdale ....................810..................... 1983 7. Blake Griffin ..........................794..................... 2009 8. Ryan Minor............................756..................... 1995 9. Darryl Kennedy......................735..................... 1986 10. Mookie Blaylock ....................700..................... 1989 11. Alvan Adams .........................691..................... 1975 12. Tim McCalister .......................672..................... 1987 13. Jeff Webster ..........................663..................... 1994 14. Jeff Webster ..........................640..................... 1991 15. Ryan Minor............................639..................... 1996

XPOINTS PER GAME Player Avg. Season 1. Wayman Tisdale ...................27.0..................... 1984 2. Alvan Adams ........................26.5..................... 1975 3. Stacey King ..........................26.0..................... 1989 4. Wayman Tisdale ...................25.2..................... 1985 5. Wayman Tisdale ...................24.5..................... 1983 6. Jeff Webster .........................23.7..................... 1994 Don Sidle ..............................23.7..................... 1967 8. Ryan Minor...........................23.6..................... 1995 9. Blake Griffin .........................22.7..................... 2009 10. Stacey King ..........................22.3..................... 1988

XFIELD GOALS Player FG Season 1. Wayman Tisdale ....................370..................... 1985 2. Wayman Tisdale ....................369..................... 1984 3. Harvey Grant .........................350..................... 1988 4. Wayman Tisdale ....................338..................... 1983

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Stacey King ...........................337..................... 1988 Stacey King ...........................324..................... 1989 Blake Griffin ..........................300..................... 2009 Darryl Kennedy......................288..................... 1986 Alvan Adams .........................279..................... 1975 Mookie Blaylock ....................272..................... 1989 Chucky Barnett ......................272..................... 1982

4. Brent Price...............................91..................... 1991 Mookie Blaylock ......................91..................... 1989 6. Ricky Grace ..............................89..................... 1988 7. Michael Neal ...........................87..................... 2006 Dave Sieger .............................87..................... 1988 Tim McCalister .........................87..................... 1987 10. Hollis Price...............................84..................... 2002

XFIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

X3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

Player FGA Season 1. Harvey Grant .........................640..................... 1988 Wayman Tisdale ....................640..................... 1985 3. Wayman Tisdale ....................639..................... 1984 4. Stacey King ...........................621..................... 1988 5. Stacey King ...........................618..................... 1989 6. Mookie Blaylock ....................598..................... 1989 7. Wayman Tisdale ....................583..................... 1983 8. Tim McCalister .......................546..................... 1987 9. Ryan Minor............................535..................... 1995 10. Darryl Kennedy......................543..................... 1986

Player 3FGA Season 1. Nate Erdmann .......................257..................... 1997 2. Ricky Grace ............................248..................... 1988 3. Mookie Blaylock ....................245..................... 1989 4. J.R. Raymond.........................230..................... 2000 5. Brent Price.............................224..................... 1991 6. Terry Evans ............................223..................... 1993 7. Hollis Price.............................220..................... 2002 8. Dave Sieger ...........................219..................... 1988 Tim McCalister .......................219..................... 1987 10. Hollis Price.............................217..................... 2003

XFIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 2.0 MADE/GAME)

X3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE (MIN. 1.0 MADE/GAME)

Player Pct. Season 1. Blake Griffin ........................ .654..................... 2009 2. Al Beal ................................. .627..................... 1979 3. Mike Bell ............................. .614..................... 1989 4. Evan Wiley ........................... .593..................... 1998 5. Kevin Bookout ..................... .592..................... 2005 Billy Graham........................ .592..................... 1976 7. Don Sidle ............................. .589..................... 1968 8. Kevin Bookout ..................... .587..................... 2003 Charles Jones....................... .587..................... 1983 10. Wayman Tisdale .................. .580..................... 1983

Player Pct. Season 1. Tim Heskett ......................... .473..................... 1999 2. Terrence Mullins .................. .469..................... 1990 3. Quannas White .................... .455..................... 2003 4. Ricky Grace .......................... .441..................... 1987 5. Eric Martin........................... .436..................... 1999 6. Lawrence McKenzie ............. .435..................... 2005 7. Kelley Newton ..................... .434..................... 2001 8. Hollis Price........................... .433..................... 2003 9. Dion Barnes ......................... .431..................... 1996 10. Tommy Mason-Griffin ......... .424..................... 2010 Tony Crocker ........................ .424..................... 2008

X3-POINT FIELD GOALS Player 3FG Season 1. Nate Erdmann .......................105..................... 1997 2. J.R. Raymond...........................95..................... 2000 3. Hollis Price...............................94..................... 2003

XFREE THROWS Player FT Season 1. Stacey King ...........................211..................... 1989 2. Stacey King ...........................195..................... 1988

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XPOINTS

XBlake Griffin obliterated OU single-season records for rebounds (504), rebounds per game (14.4) and field goal percentage (.654) in 2008-09. All three marks also set Big 12 Conference records.


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SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS 3. Corey Brewer .........................192..................... 1997 Wayman Tisdale ....................192..................... 1985 5. Blake Griffin ..........................191..................... 2009 6. Corey Brewer .........................186..................... 1998 7. Wayman Tisdale ....................181..................... 1984 8. Don Sidle ...............................180..................... 1967 9. Ryan Minor............................167..................... 1995 10. William Davis ........................163..................... 1990

XFREE THROW ATTEMPTS Player FTA Season 1. Blake Griffin ..........................324..................... 2009 2. Stacey King ...........................294..................... 1989 3. Stacey King ...........................289..................... 1988 4. Wayman Tisdale ....................283..................... 1984 5. Wayman Tisdale ....................273..................... 1985 6. Don Sidle ...............................266..................... 1967 7. Corey Brewer .........................246..................... 1997 8. Corey Brewer .........................233..................... 1998 9. Wayman Tisdale ....................211..................... 1983 10. William Davis ........................209..................... 1990

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XFREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 2.0 MADE/GAME) Player Pct. Season 1. Hollis Price........................... .929..................... 2003 2. John Ontjes ......................... .867..................... 1994 3. Scott Martin ........................ .854..................... 1972 4. Skeeter Henry...................... .839..................... 1990 5. Brent Price........................... .838..................... 1991 6. David Little .......................... .829..................... 1982 7. John Ontjes ......................... .827..................... 1995 8. Nolan Johnson..................... .826..................... 2001 9. Ryan Minor.......................... .823..................... 1995 10. Tim McCalister ..................... .819..................... 1986

XREBOUNDS Player Reb. Season 1. Blake Griffin ..........................504..................... 2009 2. Wayman Tisdale ....................378..................... 1985 3. Harvey Grant .........................365..................... 1988 4. Alvan Adams .........................346..................... 1975 5. Wayman Tisdale ....................341..................... 1983 6. Harvey Grant .........................338..................... 1987 7. Garfield Heard .......................337..................... 1970 8. Stacey King ...........................332..................... 1989 Stacey King ...........................332..................... 1988 10. Wayman Tisdale ....................329..................... 1984 11. Clifford Ray............................325..................... 1971 12. Alvan Adams .........................315..................... 1974 13. Eduardo Najera......................314..................... 2000 14. Darryl Kennedy......................307..................... 1985 15. Ernie Abercrombie.................304..................... 1996

XASSISTS

XSTEALS PER GAME

Player Ast. Season 1. Ricky Grace ............................280..................... 1988 2. Jan Pannell ............................240..................... 1984 3. Mookie Blaylock ....................233..................... 1989 4. Bo Overton ............................221..................... 1983 5. John Ontjes ...........................217..................... 1995 6. Terrell Everett ........................199..................... 2006 7. Anthony Bowie......................196..................... 1985 8. Brent Price.............................192..................... 1991 9. Ricky Grace ............................191..................... 1987 10. Terry Evans ............................185..................... 1993 Brent Price.............................185..................... 1992 Tim McCalister .......................185..................... 1985

Player Avg. Season 1. Mookie Blaylock .....................3.8..................... 1988 2. Mookie Blaylock .....................3.7..................... 1989 3. Terry Evans .............................3.0..................... 1993 4. Brent Price..............................2.8..................... 1991 5. Brent Price..............................2.7..................... 1992 Ricky Grace .............................2.7..................... 1988 7. Tim McCalister ........................2.6..................... 1986 8. Tim McCalister ........................2.4..................... 1987 Tim McCalister ........................2.4..................... 1985 10. Terry Evans .............................2.3..................... 1991

XASSISTS PER GAME

Player Blk. Season 1. Stacey King ...........................103..................... 1988 2. Wayman Tisdale ......................82..................... 1983 3. Stacey King .............................75..................... 1989 Wayman Tisdale ......................75..................... 1984 5. Jackie Jones.............................64..................... 1990 6. Ryan Humphrey ......................61..................... 1999 7. James Mayden ........................60..................... 1995 8. Taj Gray ...................................59..................... 2005 Al Beal .....................................59..................... 1977 10. Ryan Humphrey ......................58..................... 1998 Mike Bell .................................58..................... 1989

Player Avg. Season 1. Ricky Grace .............................7.4..................... 1988 2. Bo Overton .............................7.3..................... 1983 3. Jan Pannell .............................7.1..................... 1984 4. Terrell Everett .........................6.9..................... 2006 5. John Ontjes ............................6.8..................... 1995 6. Mookie Blaylock .....................6.7..................... 1989 7. Brent Price..............................6.2..................... 1992 Terry Evans .............................6.2..................... 1991 9. Terry Evans .............................5.8..................... 1993 10. Tyrone Foster ..........................5.6..................... 1996 Ricky Grace .............................5.6..................... 1987

XSTEALS Player Stl. Season 1. Mookie Blaylock ....................150..................... 1988 2. Mookie Blaylock ....................131..................... 1989 3. Ricky Grace ............................103..................... 1988 4. Terry Evans ..............................97..................... 1993 Brent Price...............................97..................... 1991 6. Tim McCalister .........................90..................... 1985 7. Tim McCalister .........................87..................... 1986 8. Tim McCalister .........................81..................... 1987 9. Brent Price...............................80..................... 1992 10. Ricky Grace ..............................75..................... 1987

XBLOCKED SHOTS

XBLOCKED SHOTS PER GAME Player Avg. Season 1. Stacey King ............................2.6..................... 1988 2. Wayman Tisdale .....................2.5..................... 1983 3. Stacey King ............................2.3..................... 1989 4. Wayman Tisdale .....................2.2..................... 1984 5. Jackie Jones............................2.1..................... 1990 Al Beal ....................................2.1..................... 1977 7. Ryan Humphrey .....................2.0..................... 1999 8. James Mayden .......................1.9..................... 1995 Mike Bell ................................1.9..................... 1989 10. Taj Gray ..................................1.8..................... 2005 Ryan Humphrey .....................1.8..................... 1998 Al Beal ....................................1.8..................... 1980

XREBOUNDS PER GAME Player Avg. Season 1. Blake Griffin .........................14.4..................... 2009 2. Alvan Adams ........................13.3..................... 1975 3. Alvan Adams ........................13.2..................... 1973 4. LeRoy Bacher........................13.0..................... 1955 5. Garfield Heard ......................12.7..................... 1970 6. Alvan Adams ........................12.1..................... 1974 7. Clifford Ray ...........................12.0..................... 1971 8. Don Sidle ..............................11.0..................... 1967 9. Wayman Tisdale ...................10.3..................... 1983 10. Wayman Tisdale ...................10.2..................... 1985

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XAlvan Adams owns three of OU’s top six single-season rebounding averages and its second-best scoring average. He was named the 1975-76 NBA Rookie of the Year as a member of the Phoenix Suns.


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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS XMINUTES PLAYED

XSCORING AVERAGE Year Player G Pts. Avg. 1950-51 .............Marcus Freiberger ..............................24...................... 383 ....................15.8 1951-52 .............Sherman Norton ................................24...................... 364 ....................15.1 1952-53 .............Bob Waller .........................................21...................... 284 ....................13.5 1953-54 .............Lester Lane ........................................21...................... 397 ....................18.8 1954-55 .............Lester Lane ........................................21...................... 412 ....................19.6 1955-56 .............LeRoy Bacher .....................................23...................... 428 ....................18.6 1956-57 .............Joe King .............................................23...................... 369 ....................16.0 1957-58 .............Joe King .............................................23...................... 360 ....................15.7 1958-59 .............Dennis Price .......................................25...................... 328 ....................13.1 1959-60 .............Brian Etheridge..................................25...................... 261 ....................10.4 1960-61 .............Warren Fouts .....................................25...................... 277 ....................11.1 1961-62 .............Warren Fouts .....................................24...................... 297 ....................12.4 1962-63 .............Eddie Evans........................................25...................... 411 ....................16.4 1963-64 .............James Gatewood ...............................25...................... 339 ....................13.6 1964-65 .............James Gatewood ...............................25...................... 363 ....................14.5 1965-66 .............Don Sidle ...........................................25...................... 441 ....................17.6 1966-67 .............Don Sidle ...........................................25...................... 592 ....................23.7 1967-68 .............Don Sidle ...........................................26...................... 515 ....................19.8 1968-69 .............Garfield Heard ...................................25...................... 329 ....................13.2 1969-70 .............Garfield Heard ...................................27...................... 588 ....................21.7 1970-71 .............Bobby Jack.........................................27...................... 468 ....................17.3 1971-72 .............Bobby Jack.........................................26...................... 430 ....................16.5 1972-73 .............Alvan Adams......................................21...................... 464 ....................22.1 1973-74 .............Alvan Adams......................................26...................... 552 ....................21.2 1974-75 .............Alvan Adams......................................26...................... 691 ....................26.5 1975-76 .............Rick McNeil ........................................25...................... 305 ....................12.2 1976-77 .............John McCullough ...............................28...................... 425 ....................15.2 1977-78 .............John McCullough ...............................25...................... 345 ....................13.8 1978-79 .............John McCullough ...............................31...................... 501 ....................16.1 1979-80 .............Terry Stotts ........................................27...................... 455 ....................16.9 1980-81 .............Chucky Barnett ..................................27...................... 498 ....................18.4 1981-82 .............Chucky Barnett ..................................33...................... 624 ....................18.9 1982-83 .............Wayman Tisdale.................................33...................... 810 ....................24.5 1983-84 .............Wayman Tisdale.................................34...................... 919 ....................27.0 1984-85 .............Wayman Tisdale.................................37...................... 932 ....................25.2 1985-86 .............Darryl Kennedy ..................................35...................... 735 ....................21.0 1986-87 .............Tim McCalister ...................................34...................... 672 ....................19.8

1987-88 .............Stacey King ........................................39...................... 869 ....................22.3 1988-89 .............Stacey King ........................................33...................... 859 ....................26.0 1989-90 .............Skeeter Henry ....................................32...................... 555 ....................17.3 1990-91 .............Jeff Webster .......................................35...................... 640 ....................18.3 1991-92 .............Damon Patterson ...............................30...................... 619 ....................20.6 1992-93 .............Bryatt Vann ........................................31...................... 528 ....................16.9 1993-94 .............Jeff Webster .......................................28...................... 663 ....................23.7 1994-95 .............Ryan Minor ........................................32...................... 756 ....................23.6 1995-96 .............Ryan Minor ........................................30...................... 639 ....................21.3 1996-97 .............Nate Erdmann....................................30...................... 615 ....................20.5 1997-98 .............Corey Brewer .....................................33...................... 686 ....................20.8 1998-99 .............Eduardo Najera ..................................32...................... 495 ....................15.5 1999-00 .............Eduardo Najera ..................................34...................... 625 ....................18.4 2000-01 .............Nolan Johnson ...................................33...................... 434 ....................13.2 2001-02 .............Hollis Price .........................................35...................... 577 ....................16.5 2002-03 .............Hollis Price .........................................34...................... 612 ....................18.0 2003-04 .............Jason Detrick .....................................29...................... 331 ....................11.4 2004-05 .............Taj Gray ..............................................33...................... 481 ....................14.6 2005-06 .............Taj Gray ..............................................29...................... 411 ....................14.2 2006-07 .............Nate Carter ........................................31...................... 360 ....................11.6 2007-08 .............Blake Griffin .......................................33...................... 484 ....................14.7 2008-09 .............Blake Griffin .......................................35...................... 794 ....................22.7 2009-10 .............Willie Warren .....................................21...................... 343 ....................16.3

XFIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 2.0 MADE/GAME) Year Player G FG-A Pct. 1950-51 .............Ted Owens .........................................24................. 107-235 ................ .476 1951-52 .............Sherman Norton ................................24................. 130-306 ................ .424 1952-53 .............Bob Waller .........................................21................. 109-316 ................ .345 1953-54 .............Bob Waller .........................................21................. 115-310 ................ .371 1954-55 .............LeRoy Bacher .....................................10................... 56-140 ................ .400 1955-56 .............Joe King .............................................23................. 126-311 ................ .405 1956-57 .............Bob Stoermer ....................................22................... 45-100 ................ .450 1957-58 .............Joe King .............................................23................. 138-312 ................ .442 1958-59 .............Dennis Price .......................................25................. 113-271 ................ .416 1959-60 .............Ray Lewis...........................................25................... 85-189 ................ .449 1960-61 .............Warren Fouts .....................................25................. 103-221 ................ .466 1961-62 .............Stan Morrison ....................................24................. 110-247 ................ .405 1962-63 .............Farrell Johnson ..................................14................... 61-124 ................ .492 1963-64 .............Willie Wilson ......................................25................. 106-221 ................ .480 1964-65 .............James Gatewood ...............................25................. 136-281 ................ .484 1965-66 .............Don Sidle ...........................................25................. 151-317 ................ .476 1966-67 .............Don Sidle ...........................................25................. 206-374 ................ .551 1967-68 .............Don Sidle ...........................................26................. 189-321 ................ .589 1968-69 .............Clifford Ray ........................................25................. 109-228 ................ .478 1969-70 .............Bobby Jack.........................................28................. 129-265 ................ .487 1970-71 .............Bobby Jack.........................................27................. 188-353 ................ .532 1971-72 .............John Yule ...........................................26................... 61-114 ................ . 535 1972-73 .............Alvan Adams......................................21................. 195-356 ................ .547 1973-74 .............Bob Pritchard .....................................26................. 101-179 ................ .564 1974-75 .............Bob Pritchard .....................................17................... 89-164 ................ .542 1975-76 .............Billy Graham ......................................25................... 77-130 ................ .592 1976-77 .............Cliff Johnson ......................................23................... 77-137 ................ .562 1977-78 .............Al Beal ...............................................27................. 127-234 ................ .542 1978-79 .............Al Beal ...............................................31................. 158-252 ................ .627 1979-80 .............Steve Bajema.....................................25................... 79-143 ................ .552 1980-81 .............Les Pace .............................................27................. 117-251 ................ .467 1981-82 .............Chucky Barnett ..................................33................. 272-511 ................ .532 1982-83 .............Charles Jones .....................................33................... 97-165 ................ .587 1983-84 .............Wayman Tisdale.................................34................. 369-639 ................ .577 1984-85 .............Wayman Tisdale.................................37................. 370-640 ................ .578 1985-86 .............Darryl Kennedy ..................................35................. 288-543 ................ .530 1986-87 .............Harvey Grant .....................................34................. 228-427 ................ .534 1987-88 .............Harvey Grant .....................................39................. 350-640 ................ .547 1988-89 .............Mike Bell............................................30................... 81-132 ................ .614 1989-90 .............Damon Patterson ...............................32................. 154-306 ................ .503 1990-91 .............Jeff Webster .......................................35................. 253-448 ................ .565 1991-92 .............Jeff Webster .......................................30................. 175-386 ................ .521 1992-93 .............Jeff Webster .......................................32................. 217-442 ................ .491 1993-94 .............Jeff Webster .......................................28................. 264-513 ................ .514 1994-95 .............Ernie Abercrombie .............................30................. 119-244 ................ .488 1995-96 .............Ernie Abercrombie .............................30................. 153-296 ................ .517 1996-97 .............Nate Erdmann....................................30................. 206-462 ................ .446 1997-98 .............Evan Wiley .........................................32................. 124-209 ................ .593

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Year Player G Min. Avg. 1978-79 .............John McCullough ...............................31................... 1,183 ....................38.2 1979-80 .............Terry Stotts ........................................27................... 1,002 ....................37.1 1980-81 .............Chucky Barnett ..................................27...................... 979 ....................36.3 1981-82 .............Chucky Barnett ..................................33................... 1,186 ....................35.9 1982-83 .............David Little ........................................33................... 1,182 ....................35.8 1983-84 .............Wayman Tisdale.................................34................... 1,232 ....................36.2 1984-85 .............Wayman Tisdale.................................37................... 1,283 ....................34.7 1985-86 .............Tim McCalister ...................................34................... 1,272 ....................37.4 1986-87 .............Tim McCalister ...................................34................... 1,261 ....................37.1 1987-88 .............Mookie Blaylock.................................39................... 1,347 ....................34.5 1988-89 .............Mookie Blaylock.................................35................... 1,359 ....................38.8 1989-90 .............Skeeter Henry ....................................32................... 1,078 ....................33.7 1990-91 .............Brent Price .........................................35................... 1,197 ....................34.2 1991-92 .............Damon Patterson ...............................30................... 1,084 ....................36.1 1992-93 .............Terry Evans.........................................32................... 1,016 ....................31.8 1993-94 .............Jeff Webster .......................................28...................... 965 ....................34.5 1994-95 .............Ryan Minor ........................................32................... 1,168 ....................36.5 1995-96 .............Ryan Minor ........................................30................... 1,182 ....................39.4 1996-97 .............Nate Erdmann....................................30................... 1,080 ....................36.0 1997-98 .............Corey Brewer .....................................33................... 1,168 ....................35.4 1998-99 .............Michael Johnson ................................32................... 1,139 ....................35.6 1999-00 .............Eduardo Najera ..................................34................... 1,162 ....................34.2 2000-01 .............Hollis Price .........................................33................... 1,097 ....................33.2 2001-02 .............Hollis Price .........................................35................... 1,166 ....................33.3 2002-03 .............Hollis Price .........................................34................... 1,141 ....................33.6 2003-04 .............Drew Lavender ..................................31...................... 974 ....................31.4 2004-05 .............Terrell Everett.....................................33................... 1,131 ....................34.3 2005-06 .............Terrell Everett.....................................29...................... 983 ....................33.9 2006-07 .............David Godbold ...................................31...................... 866 ....................27.9 2007-08 .............Austin Johnson ..................................35................... 1,097 ....................31.3 2008-09 .............Blake Griffin .......................................35................... 1,165 ....................33.3 2009-10 .............Tommy Mason-Griffin ........................31................... 1,107 ....................35.7


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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS 1998-99 .............Ryan Humphrey .................................31................. 140-279 ................ .502 1999-00 .............Nolan Johnson ...................................34................. 133-238 ................ .559 2000-01 .............Aaron McGhee ...................................33................. 150-326 ................ .460 2001-02 .............Jabahri Brown ...................................30................... 63-125 ................ .504 2002-03 .............Kevin Bookout ...................................34................. 142-242 ................ .587 2003-04 .............Johnnie Gilbert ..................................31................... 63-123 ................ .512 2004-05 .............Kevin Bookout ...................................32................. 158-267 ................ .592 2005-06 .............Taj Gray ..............................................29................. 148-260 ................ .569 2006-07 .............Longar Longar ...................................29................. 126-228 ................ .553 2007-08 .............Blake Griffin .......................................33................. 184-324 ................ .568 2008-09 .............Blake Griffin .......................................35................. 300-459 ................ .654 2009-10 .............Tiny Gallon.........................................30................. 122-223 ................ .547

THE RECORDS

X3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 1.0 MADE/GAME) Year Player G 3FG-A Pct. 1986-87 .............Ricky Grace ........................................34................... 52-118 ................ .441 1987-88 .............Dave Sieger........................................39................... 87-219 ................ .397 1988-89 .............Tyrone Jones ......................................36................... 56-148 ................ .392 1989-90 .............Terrence Mullins ................................22..................... 23-49 ................ .469 1990-91 .............Brent Price .........................................35................... 91-244 ................ .373 1991-92 .............Terry Evans.........................................30................... 60-146 ................ .411 1992-93 .............Bryatt Vann ........................................31................... 53-151 ................ .351 1993-94 .............Ryan Minor ........................................25..................... 30-78 ................ .385 1994-95 .............John Ontjes ........................................32................... 44-112 ................ .393 1995-96 .............Dion Barnes .......................................30................... 56-130 ................ .431 1996-97 .............Nate Erdmann....................................30................. 105-257 ................ .409 1997-98 .............Michael Johnson ................................33..................... 34-81 ................ .420 1998-99 .............Tim Heskett .......................................32................... 79-167 ................ .473 1999-00 .............Tim Heskett .......................................34................... 75-180 ................ .417 2000-01 .............Kelley Newton ...................................33................... 79-182 ................ .434 2001-02 .............Hollis Price .........................................35................... 84-220 ................ .382 2003-03 .............Quannas White ..................................34................... 50-110 ................ .455 2003-04 .............De’Angelo Alexander .........................31................... 40-107 ................ .374 2004-05 .............Lawrence McKenzie ...........................32................... 74-170 ................ .435 2005-06 .............Michael Neal ......................................27................... 87-205 ................ .424 2006-07 .............Tony Crocker ......................................31..................... 35-98 ................ .357 2007-08 .............Tony Crocker ......................................35................... 64-151 ................ .424 2008-09 .............Willie Warren .....................................36................... 67-180 ................ .372 2009-10 .............Tommy Mason-Griffin ........................31................... 70-165 ................ .424

XFREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 2.0 MADE/GAME) Year Player G FT-A Pct. 1951-52 .............Sherman Norton ................................24................. 104-141 ................ .737 1952-53 .............Del McEachern ...................................21................... 82-111 ................ .739 1953-54 .............Lynn Hart...........................................21..................... 61-77 ................ .792 1954-55 .............Lynn Hart...........................................21................... 96-122 ................ .787 1955-56 .............Joe King .............................................23................. 104-157 ................ .662 1956-57 .............Gene Hudson .....................................23................... 80-112 ................ .714 1957-58 .............Dennis Price .......................................23..................... 60-82 ................ .732 1958-59 .............Dennis Price .......................................25................. 102-140 ................ .729 1959-60 .............Delbert Heidebrect ............................24................. 125-157 ................ .796 1960-61 .............Warren Fouts .....................................25..................... 71-93 ................ .763 1961-62 .............Warren Fouts .....................................24..................... 67-94 ................ .713 1962-63 .............Farrell Johnson ..................................14..................... 66-80 ................ .825 1963-64 .............Butch Roberts ....................................25................... 91-109 ................ .835 1964-65 .............Dave Barrett ......................................25................... 76-105 ................ .724 1965-66 .............Don Sidle ...........................................25................. 139-203 ................ .684 1966-67 .............Willie Rogers......................................24................. 100-132 ................ .758 1967-68 .............Willie Rogers......................................26................... 87-120 ................ .725 1968-69 .............Garfield Heard ...................................25................... 67-123 ................ .545 1969-70 .............Scott Martin.......................................28................. 120-156 ................ .769 1970-71 .............Scott Martin.......................................27................... 96-120 ................ .800 1971-72 .............Scott Martin.......................................25..................... 82-96 ................ .854 1972-73 .............Alvan Adams......................................21................... 74-110 ................ .673 1973-74 .............Alvan Adams......................................26................... 80-116 ................ .689 1974-75 .............Alvan Adams......................................26................. 133-183 ................ .726 1975-76 .............Billy Graham ......................................25..................... 69-96 ................ .719 1976-77 .............John McCullough ...............................28................... 97-123 ................ .789 1977-78 .............John McCullough ...............................25..................... 65-86 ................ .756 1978-79 .............Terry Stotts ........................................31..................... 76-98 ................ .776 1979-80 .............Terry Stotts ........................................27................... 87-110 ................ .791 1980-81 .............Steve Bajema.....................................27................... 89-124 ................ .718 1981-82 .............David Little ........................................33................. 150-181 ................ .829 1982-83 .............David Little ........................................33................. 155-190 ................ .816

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1983-84 .............Tim McCalister ...................................31................... 96-125 ................ .768 1984-85 .............Darryl Kennedy ..................................37................. 106-134 ................ .791 1985-86 .............Tim McCalister ...................................34................. 118-144 ................ .819 1986-87 .............Tim McCalister ...................................34................. 125-156 ................ .801 1987-88 .............Harvey Grant .....................................39................. 113-155 ................ .729 1988-89 .............Tyrone Jones ......................................36................... 92-118 ................ .780 1989-90 .............Skeeter Henry ....................................32................. 130-155 ................ .839 1990-91 .............Brent Price .........................................35................. 161-198 ................ .838 1991-92 .............Jeff Webster .......................................30................... 83-104 ................ .798 1992-93 .............Ken Conley .........................................31................... 85-114 ................ .786 1993-94 .............John Ontjes ........................................28................. 105-121 ................ .867 1994-95 .............John Ontjes ........................................32................. 115-139 ................ .827 1995-96 .............Ryan Minor ........................................30................. 143-174 ................ .822 1996-97 .............Corey Brewer .....................................30................. 192-246 ................ .780 1997-98 .............Corey Brewer .....................................33................. 186-233 ................ .798 1998-99 .............Michael Johnson ................................32................. 100-124 ................ .806 1999-00 .............Nolan Johnson ...................................34..................... 73-92 ................ .793 2000-01 .............Nolan Johnson ...................................33................. 133-161 ................ .826 2001-02 .............Hollis Price .........................................35..................... 83-99 ................ .838 2002-03 .............Hollis Price .........................................34................. 130-140 ................ .929 2003-04 .............Jason Detrick .....................................29................... 92-119 ................ .773 2004-05 .............Terrell Everett.....................................33................. 100-125 ................ .800 2005-06 .............Terrell Everett.....................................29..................... 61-77 ................ .792 2006-07 .............Nate Carter ........................................31................. 109-126 ................ .865 2007-08 .............Taylor Griffin ......................................35..................... 73-95 ................ .768 2008-09 .............Willie Warren .....................................36................. 114-146 ................ .781 2009-10 .............Tommy Mason-Griffin ........................31..................... 74-91 ................ .813

XREBOUNDING AVERAGE Year Player G Reb. Avg. 1954-55 .............LeRoy Bacher .....................................10.......................130 ...................13.0 1955-56 .............Joe King .............................................23.......................219 .....................9.5 1956-57 .............Don Schwall.......................................23.......................201 .....................8.7 1957-58 .............Joe King .............................................23.......................178 .....................7.7 1958-59 .............Dennis Price .......................................25.......................125 .....................5.0 1959-60 .............Brian Etheridge..................................25.......................128 .....................5.1 1960-61 .............Brian Etheridge..................................25.......................160 .....................6.4 1961-62 .............Warren Fouts .....................................24.......................175 .....................7.3 1962-63 .............James Gatewood ...............................24.......................166 .....................6.9 1963-64 .............James Gatewood ...............................25.......................195 .....................7.8 1964-65 .............James Gatewood ...............................25.......................199 .....................8.0 1965-66 .............Don Sidle ...........................................25.......................228 .....................9.1 1966-67 .............Don Sidle ...........................................25.......................274 ...................11.0 1967-68 .............Don Sidle ...........................................26.......................260 ...................10.0 1968-69 .............Garfield Heard ...................................27.......................243 .....................9.7 1969-70 .............Garfield Heard ...................................27.......................337 ...................12.5 1970-71 .............Clifford Ray ........................................27.......................325 ...................12.0 1971-72 .............Bobby Jack.........................................26.......................194 .....................7.5 1972-73 .............Alvan Adams......................................21.......................277 ...................13.2 1973-74 .............Alvan Adams......................................26.......................315 ...................12.1 1974-75 .............Alvan Adams......................................26.......................346 ...................13.3 1975-76 .............Kevin Jones ........................................17.......................109 .....................5.9 1976-77 .............Al Beal ...............................................28.......................197 .....................7.0 1977-78 .............Al Beal ...............................................27.......................215 .....................8.0 1978-79 .............Al Beal ...............................................31.......................282 .....................9.1 1979-80 .............Al Beal ...............................................27.......................223 .....................8.3 1980-81 .............Steve Bajema.....................................27.......................226 .....................8.4 1981-82 .............Charles Jones .....................................33.......................199 .....................6.0 1982-83 .............Wayman Tisdale.................................33.......................341 ...................10.3 1983-84 .............Wayman Tisdale.................................34.......................329 .....................9.7 1984-85 .............Wayman Tisdale.................................37.......................378 ...................10.2 1985-86 .............Darryl Kennedy ..................................35.......................287 .....................8.2 1986-87 .............Harvey Grant .....................................34.......................338 .....................9.9 1987-88 .............Harvey Grant .....................................39.......................365 .....................9.4 1988-89 .............Stacey King ........................................33.......................332 ...................10.1 1989-90 .............William Davis .....................................31.......................263 .....................8.5 1990-91 .............Kermit Holmes ...................................31.......................289 .....................9.3 1991-92 .............Bryan Sallier ......................................28.......................255 .....................9.1 1992-93 .............Bryan Sallier ......................................25.......................216 .....................8.6 1993-94 .............Jeff Webster .......................................28.......................217 .....................7.8 1994-95 .............Ryan Minor ........................................32.......................269 .....................8.4 1995-96 .............Ernie Abercrombie .............................30.......................304 ...................10.1 1996-97 .............Eduardo Najera ..................................30.......................167 .....................5.6 1997-98 .............Ryan Humphrey .................................32.......................209 .....................6.5 1998-99 .............Eduardo Najera ..................................32.......................266 .....................8.3


SOONERS

YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS XBLOCKED SHOTS

XAustin Johnson led Oklahoma in assists for three straight seasons (2007-09). He finished his career with 367 assists to rank 10th in school history.

XASSISTS AVERAGE Year Player G Ast. Avg. 1976-77 .............Eddie Fields........................................28...................... 144......................5.1 1977-78 .............John McCullough ...............................25........................ 87 ......................3.5 1978-79 .............Raymond Whitley ..............................31...................... 134 ......................4.3 1979-80 .............Raymond Whitley ..............................27...................... 118 ......................4.4 1980-81 .............Bo Overton ........................................27...................... 112 ......................4.1 1981-82 .............Bo Overton ........................................32...................... 144 ......................4.5 1982-83 .............Bo Overton ........................................31...................... 221 ......................7.1 1983-84 .............Jan Pannell ........................................34...................... 240 ......................7.1 1984-85 .............Anthony Bowie ..................................37...................... 196 ......................5.3 1985-86 .............Linwood Davis ...................................34...................... 170 ......................5.0 1986-87 .............Ricky Grace ........................................34...................... 191 ......................5.6 1987-88 .............Ricky Grace ........................................39...................... 280 ......................7.2 1988-89 .............Mookie Blaylock.................................35...................... 233 ......................6.7 1989-90 .............Terry Evans.........................................32...................... 141 ......................4.4 Skeeter Henry ....................................32...................... 141 ......................4.4 1990-91 .............Brent Price .........................................35...................... 192 ......................5.5 1991-92 .............Brent Price .........................................30...................... 185 ......................6.2 1992-93 .............Terry Evans.........................................32...................... 185 ......................5.8 1993-94 .............John Ontjes ........................................28...................... 181 ......................6.5 1994-95 .............John Ontjes ........................................32...................... 217 ......................6.8 1995-96 .............Tyrone Foster .....................................30...................... 169 ......................5.6 1996-97 .............Corey Brewer .....................................30...................... 106 ......................3.5 1997-98 .............Michael Johnson ................................33...................... 141 ......................4.3 1998-99 .............Michael Johnson ................................32...................... 125 ......................3.9 1999-00 .............Hollis Price .........................................34...................... 120 ......................3.5 2000-01 .............Hollis Price .........................................33...................... 154 ......................4.6 2001-02 .............Quannas White ..................................36...................... 169 ......................4.7 2002-03 .............Quannas White ..................................34...................... 139 ......................4.1 2003-04 .............Drew Lavender ..................................31...................... 121 ......................3.9 2004-05 .............Terrell Everett.....................................33...................... 166 ......................5.0 2005-06 .............Terrell Everett.....................................29...................... 199 ......................6.9 2006-07 .............Austin Johnson ..................................31........................ 87 ......................2.8 2007-08 .............Austin Johnson ..................................35........................ 95 ......................2.7 2008-09 .............Austin Johnson ..................................36...................... 140 ......................3.9 2009-10 .............Tommy Mason-Griffin ........................31...................... 154 ......................5.0

XSTEALS AVERAGE Year Player G Stl. Avg. 1976-77 .............Eddie Fields........................................28........................ 58 ......................2.1 1977-78 .............John McCullough ...............................25........................ 33 ......................1.3 1978-79 .............John McCullough ...............................31........................ 63 ......................2.0 1979-80 .............Terry Stotts ........................................27........................ 40 ......................1.5 1980-81 .............Les Pace .............................................27........................ 32 ......................1.2 1981-82 .............David Little ........................................27........................ 38 ......................1.4 1982-83 .............David Little ........................................33........................ 51 ......................1.5 1983-84 .............Jan Pannell ........................................34........................ 66 ......................1.9 1984-85 .............Tim McCalister ...................................37........................ 90 ......................2.4 1985-86 .............Tim McCalister ...................................34........................ 87 ......................2.6 1986-87 .............Tim McCalister ...................................34........................ 81 ......................2.4 1987-88 .............Mookie Blaylock.................................39...................... 150 ......................3.8 1988-89 .............Mookie Blaylock.................................35...................... 131 ......................3.7 1989-90 .............Smokey McCovery..............................32........................ 68 ......................2.1 1990-91 .............Brent Price .........................................35........................ 97 ......................2.8 1991-92 .............Brent Price .........................................30........................ 80 ......................2.7 1992-93 .............Terry Evans.........................................32........................ 97 ......................3.0 1993-94 .............Pete Lewis .........................................28........................ 54 ......................1.9 1994-95 .............Ryan Minor ........................................32........................ 70 ......................2.2 1995-96 .............Ryan Minor ........................................30........................ 49 ......................1.6 1996-97 .............Corey Brewer .....................................30........................ 58 ......................1.9 1997-98 .............Corey Brewer .....................................33........................ 54 ......................1.6 Michael Johnson ................................33........................ 54 ......................1.6 1998-99 .............Michael Johnson ................................32........................ 65 ......................2.0 1999-00 .............Eduardo Najera ..................................34........................ 59 ......................1.7 2000-01 .............Hollis Price .........................................33........................ 63 ......................1.9 2001-02 .............Hollis Price .........................................35........................ 60 ......................1.7 2002-03 .............Hollis Price .........................................34........................ 54 ......................1.6 2003-04 .............Drew Lavender ..................................31........................ 53 ......................1.7 2004-05 .............Terrell Everett.....................................33........................ 57 ......................1.7 2005-06 .............Terrell Everett.....................................29........................ 51 ......................1.8 2006-07 .............David Godbold ...................................31........................ 41 ......................1.3 2007-08 .............David Godbold ...................................35........................ 39 ......................1.1 Austin Johnson ..................................35........................ 39 ......................1.1 2008-09 .............Taylor Griffin ......................................36........................ 47 ......................1.3 Austin Johnson ..................................36........................ 47 ......................1.3 2009-10 .............Cade Davis .........................................31........................ 46 ......................1.5

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THE RECORDS

1999-00 .............Eduardo Najera..................................34.......................314 .....................9.2 2000-01 .............Daryan Selvy......................................32.......................166 .....................5.2 2001-02 .............Aaron McGhee ...................................36.......................278 .....................7.7 2002-03 .............Kevin Bookout ...................................34.......................202 .....................5.9 2003-04 .............Jabahri Brown ...................................25.......................127 .....................5.1 2004-05 .............Taj Gray ..............................................33.......................271 .....................8.2 2005-06 .............Taj Gray ..............................................29.......................222 .....................7.7 2006-07 .............Longar Longar ...................................31.......................206 .....................7.1 2007-08 .............Blake Griffin .......................................33.......................301 .....................9.1 2008-09 .............Blake Griffin .......................................35.......................504 ...................14.4 2009-10 .............Tiny Gallon.........................................30.......................238 .....................7.9

Year Player G Blk. Avg. 1976-77 .............Al Beal ...............................................28........................ 59 ......................2.1 1977-78 .............Al Beal ...............................................27........................ 36 ......................1.3 1978-79 .............Al Beal ...............................................31........................ 85 ......................2.7 1979-80 .............Al Beal ...............................................27........................ 50 ......................1.9 1980-81 .............Les Pace .............................................27........................ 31 ......................1.1 1981-82 .............Les Pace .............................................27........................ 29 ......................1.1 1982-83 .............Wayman Tisdale.................................33........................ 82 ......................2.5 1983-84 .............Wayman Tisdale.................................34........................ 75 ......................2.2 1984-85 .............Wayman Tisdale.................................37........................ 52 ......................1.4 1985-86 .............Stacey King ........................................14........................ 26 ......................1.9 1986-87 .............Harvey Grant .....................................34........................ 28 ......................0.8 1987-88 .............Stacey King ........................................39...................... 103 ......................2.6 1988-89 .............Stacey King ........................................33........................ 75 ......................2.3 1989-90 .............Jackie Jones .......................................31........................ 64 ......................2.1 1990-91 .............Martin Keane .....................................30........................ 34 ......................1.1 1991-92 .............Bryan Sallier ......................................28........................ 44 ......................1.6 1992-93 .............Ken Conley .........................................31........................ 46 ......................1.5 1993-94 .............Ken Conley .........................................28........................ 21 ......................0.8 1994-95 .............James Mayden ...................................32........................ 60 ......................1.9 1995-96 .............Ryan Minor ........................................30........................ 24 ......................0.8 1996-97 .............Evan Wiley .........................................30........................ 20 ......................0.7 1997-98 .............Ryan Humphrey .................................32........................ 58 ......................1.8 1998-99 .............Ryan Humphrey .................................31........................ 61 ......................2.0 1999-00 .............Renzi Stone........................................34........................ 27 ......................0.8 2000-01 .............Johnnie Gilbert ..................................26........................ 23 ......................0.9 2001-02 .............Jabahri Brown ...................................30........................ 40 ......................1.3 2002-03 .............Jabahri Brown ...................................32........................ 41 ......................1.3 2003-04 .............Johnnie Gilbert ..................................31........................ 47 ......................1.5 2004-05 .............Taj Gray ..............................................33........................ 59 ......................1.8 2005-06 .............Taj Gray ..............................................29........................ 45 ......................1.6 2006-07 .............Longar Longar ...................................31........................ 41 ......................1.4 2007-08 .............Longar Longar ...................................33........................ 33 ......................1.0 2008-09 .............Blake Griffin .......................................35........................ 41 ......................1.2 2009-10 .............Tiny Gallon.........................................30........................ 23 ......................0.8


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383-547 301-467 358-549 366-585 513-787 510-838 537-753 475-723 576-797 438-627 416-624 547-775 454-686 581-838 339-507 458-696 433-618 493-704 471-669 485-723 375-547 467-669 317-470 407-610 461-667 405-625 499-694 462-665 408-594 448-645 427-622 424-612 475-654 407-568 415-654 472-644 339-526 500-691 506-739 525-736 458-654 440-643 474-658 536-756 295-443 348-524 310-459 333-493 353-535 360-507 299-425 286-449 378-573 392-587 333-521 388-556 412-551 383-553 371-532 352-490

505 288 353 212 533 428 417 300

525 492 437 438 435 468 405 366

104 78 64 71 126 65 94 49

219 161 168 145 211 65 140 135

1237 1173 1284 1450 1373 1460 1429 1535 1462 1688 1428 1631 1362 1507 1344 1340 1385 1441 1493 1421 1479 1559 1395 1527 1831 1937 1943 2158 1822 1894 1925 1922 1957 2101 1879 1936 1595 1822 2084 2047 2124 1938 1956 1934 1975 1880 2078 1897 1977 1960 1613 1669 1954 1876 1869 1570 2298 2151 1973 1878

51.5 48.9 53.5 60.4 65.4 69.5 68.1 73.1 69.6 80.4 62.1 70.9 59.2 65.5 58.4 58.3 55.4 57.6 59.7 56.8 59.2 62.4 58.1 63.6 73.2 77.5 77.7 86.3 72.9 75.8 77.0 76.9 78.3 84.1 75.2 74.5 63.8 72.9 74.4 73.1 78.7 71.8 75.2 74.4 75.9 72.3 79.9 73.0 76.0 75.4 62.0 64.2 70.0 67.0 69.2 58.2 74.1 69.4 73.1 70.0

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472 489 374 459 456 375 489 408 512 375 489 446 515 470 485 395 465 363 471 493 521 532 516 458 497 390 434 491 497 499 509 418 544 526 486 501 523 521 499 493 498 497 505 504 511 484 570 579 551 519 566 566 511 502


SOONERS

YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM STATISTICS Year

27 27 33 33 33 33 34 34 37 37 35 35 34 34 39 39 36 36 32 32 35 35 30 30 32 32 28 28 32 32 30 30 30 30 33 33 32 32 34 34 33 33 36 36 34 34 31 31 33 33 29 29 31 31 35 35 36 36 31 31

FG-A 794-1829 866-1730 971-2015 949-1993 1078-2125 1008-2237 1170-2343 1021-2197 1335-2624 1101-2406 1207-2494 1057-2205 1113-2369 1040-2170 1533-3094 1208-2635 1398-2850 1168-2519 1183-2509 930-2164 1189-2566 1121-2384 1047-2221 885-1964 1036-2274 924-1996 881-1982 826-1793 916-1944 842-2019 863-1945 792-1782 751-1741 673-1554 829-1860 797-1856 776-1844 693-1715 917-2004 729-1796 859-1924 716-1661 1011-2281 795-1960 853-1912 740-1796 714-1749 660-1554 908-1907 750-1744 716-1586 641-1465 743-1709 636-1568 831-1880 796-1924 982-1997 868-2182 766-1782 829-1815

PCT

3FG-A

PCT

FT-A

PCT

REB

AVG

PF

A

TO

BK

ST

PTS

AVG

.434 .501 .482 .476 .508 .451 .499 .465 .508 .458 .484 .479 .470 .479 .495 .459 .491 .464 .471 .430 .463 .473 .471 .435 .455 .463 .444 .481 .471 .417 .444 .444 .431 .433 .446 .429 .421 .404 .458 .406 .446 .431 .443 .406 .446 .412 .408 .425 .476 .430 .451 .438 .435 .406 .442 .414 .492 .398 .430 .457

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196-473 154-400 299-791 137-410 232-618 161-450 208-561 149-465 215-631 178-496 199-523 179-529 191-567 164-485 164-483 212-574 218-606 177-603 207-576 192-525 194-552 120-396 182-518 185-563 274-707 162-493 263-687 174-574 242-636 171-504 236-674 170-568 250-638 150-468 206-619 148-421 214-576 125-428 174-485 175-450 185-568 159-499 220-632 218-668 242-689 261-769 252-721 235-604

.414 .385 .378 .443 .377 .358 .371 .320 .341 .359 .380 .338 .337 .338 .339 .369 .360 .294 .359 .366 .351 .303 .351 .329 .388 .329 .383 .303 .381 .339 .350 .299 .392 .321 .333 .352 .372 .292 .359 .389 .326 .319 .348 .326 .351 .339 .350 .389

369-501 425-581 547-774 436-630 561-811 317-459 613-934 425-623 658-930 595-811 663-876 526-734 606-848 490-704 647-930 606-865 652-941 690-963 668-929 563-792 770-1054 669-961 545-799 570-813 587-875 516-786 521-745 566-838 564-755 493-713 438-518 416-609 532-735 494-710 622-887 474-690 420-645 432-666 449-632 485-691 494-668 519-798 549-716 567-827 436-629 411-615 423-632 457-662 450-652 463-661 389-545 390-525 401-557 417-605 496-728 424-583 627-929 433-629 451-606 390-541

.737 .732 .707 .692 .692 .691 .656 .682 .708 .734 .757 .716 .714 .696 .696 .701 .686 .716 .720 .711 .731 .696 .682 .701 .685 .656 .699 .675 .747 .691 .709 .683 .724 .696 .701 .687 .651 .649 .710 .702 .740 .650 .767 .686 .693 .668 .669 .690 .690 .700 .714 .743 .720 .689 .681 .727 .675 .688 .744 .721

1025 1047 1166 1140 1292 1176 1424 1248 1534 1299 1379 1273 1408 1270 1658 1686 1578 1575 1514 1316 1495 1485 1316 1248 1315 1311 1144 1218 1239 1181 1222 1095 1054 1010 1260 1090 1220 1127 1254 1126 1184 1096 1439 1228 1251 1098 1050 1118 1172 1040 1060 803 1116 975 1240 1147 1402 1201 1066 1101

38.0 38.8 35.3 34.6 39.2 35.6 41.9 36.7 41.5 35.1 39.4 36.3 41.4 34.7 42.5 43.3 43.8 43.8 47.3 42.5 42.7 42.4 43.9 41.3 41.1 41.0 40.9 43.5 38.7 36.9 40.7 36.5 35.1 33.7 38.2 33.0 38.1 35.2 36.9 33.1 35.9 33.2 40.0 34.1 36.8 32.3 33.9 36.1 35.5 31.5 36.6 27.7 36.0 31.5 35.4 32.8 38.9 33.4 34.4 35.5

531 510 623 682 497 683 612 797 728 801 684 738 623 696 799 803 783 801 691 716 774 820 665 682 671 707 620 606 648 687 675 554 637 627 651 719 611 602 643 601 706 627 716 672 619 604 623 574 607 595 499 520 567 556 595 694 616 770 505 560

351 478 551 530 702 447 667 568 828 626 654 510 634 575 862 545 743 599 647 500 665 560 556 440 553 437 191 468 565 450 484 430 398 354 477 378 448 336 525 381 444 376 517 441 482 354 376 368 511 399 423 329 415 339 436 382 521 430 391 433

437 411 439 517 426 442 429 588 456 615 400 618 425 596 529 931 528 760 440 712 570 723 432 617 451 701 409 504 463 468 308 444 425 535 510 492 462 508 435 538 420 565 427 584 412 474 405 547 449 526 411 401 425 453 451 463 500 456 382 372

60 45 101 76 134 49 122 62 115 82 126 81 112 66 201 93 209 132 157 116 150 149 145 106 122 116 99 100 128 85 82 103 97 82 139 129 124 91 89 86 91 93 134 128 123 90 156 104 135 85 100 77 131 96 135 112 156 73 84 115

174 204 221 213 213 209 270 214 337 247 325 190 301 216 486 272 360 283 371 206 370 341 291 211 405 233 257 207 219 236 201 188 262 200 245 247 229 206 241 209 281 189 325 206 237 187 264 195 291 228 207 201 212 191 226 238 249 234 180 204

1957 2151 2489 2334 2717 2333 2853 2467 3328 2797 3077 2640 3028 2724 4012 3159 3680 3187 3243 2562 3363 3089 2838 2458 2850 2528 2447 2430 2614 2354 2731 2192 2228 1960 2462 2253 2246 1980 2546 2117 2454 2122 2807 2327 2392 2041 2057 1925 2480 2088 1995 1847 2072 1848 2378 2234 2833 2430 2235 2283

72.5 80.0 75.4 70.7 82.3 70.7 83.9 72.6 90.0 75.6 87.9 75.4 89.1 80.1 102.9 81.0 102.2 88.5 101.3 80.4 96.1 88.3 94.6 81.9 89.1 78.0 87.3 86.7 81.7 73.6 79.0 73.1 74.3 65.3 74.6 68.3 70.2 61.9 74.9 62.3 74.4 64.3 78.0 64.6 70.4 60.0 66.4 62.1 75.2 63.3 68.8 63.7 66.8 59.6 67.9 63.8 78.7 67.5 72.1 73.6

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THE RECORDS

1980-81 Opponents 1981-82 Opponents 1982-83 Opponents 1983-84 Opponents 1984-85 Opponents 1985-86 Opponents 1986-87 Opponents 1987-88 Opponents 1988-89 Opponents 1989-90 Opponents 1990-91 Opponents 1991-92 Opponents 1992-93 Opponents 1993-94 Opponents 1994-95 Opponents 1995-96 Opponents 1996-97 Opponents 1997-98 Opponents 1998-99 Opponents 1999-00 Opponents 2000-01 Opponents 2001-02 Opponents 2002-03 Opponents 2003-04 Opponents 2004-05 Opponents 2005-06 Opponents 2006-07 Opponents 2007-08 Opponents 2008-09 Opponents 2009-10 Opponents

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OKLAHOMA

FRESHMAN CATEGORY LEADERS

THE RECORDS

XGAMES PLAYED Player GP Year 1. Terrence Mullins..............37...... 1988 2. Willie Warren ..................36...... 2009 3. Jeff Webster* ..................35...... 1991 4. De’Angelo Alexander ......34...... 2003 Kevin Bookout.................34...... 2003 Hollis Price ......................34...... 2000 7. Blake Griffin ....................33...... 2008 David Johnson ................33...... 1984 Wayman Tisdale ..............33...... 1983 10. Ryan Humphrey ..............32...... 1998 Terry Evans ......................32...... 1990 Darryl Kennedy ...............32...... 1984 XGAMES STARTED Player GS Year 1. Willie Warren ..................34...... 2009 2. Kevin Bookout.................33...... 2003 3. Wayman Tisdale ..............32...... 1983 4. Drew Lavender................31...... 2004 5. Jeff Webster* ..................29...... 1991 6. Blake Griffin ....................28...... 2008 Tim McCalister ................28...... 1984 8. Tommy Mason-Griffin .....27...... 2010 9. Tony Crocker....................25...... 2007 Prince Fowler ..................25...... 1995 XMINUTES PER GAME Player M/G Year 1. Tommy Mason-Griffin...35.7...... 2010 2. Wayman Tisdale ...........34.5...... 1983 3. Tim McCalister .............31.9...... 1984 4. Drew Lavender.............31.4...... 2004 5. Willie Warren ...............31.3...... 2009 6. Blake Griffin .................28.4...... 2008 7. Kevin Bookout..............27.7...... 2003 8. Hollis Price ...................26.2...... 2000 Jeff Webster* ...............26.2...... 1991 10. Eduardo Najera ............24.6...... 1997 XPOINTS Player PTS Year 1. Wayman Tisdale ............810...... 1983 2. Jeff Webster* ................640...... 1991 3. Willie Warren ................525...... 2009 4. Tim McCalister ..............498...... 1984 5. Blake Griffin ..................484...... 2008 6. Alvan Adams .................464...... 1973 7. Tommy Mason-Griffin ...438...... 2010 8. Drew Lavender..............350...... 2004 9. Kevin Bookout...............318...... 2003 10. Tiny Gallon ....................310...... 1998 XPOINTS PER GAME Player PPG Year 1. Wayman Tisdale ...........24.5...... 1983 2. Alvan Adams ................22.1...... 1973 3. Jeff Webster* ...............18.3...... 1991 4. Tim McCalister .............16.1...... 1984 5. Blake Griffin .................14.7...... 2008 6. Willie Warren ...............14.6...... 2009 7. Tommy Mason-Griffin...14.1...... 2010 8. Drew Lavender.............11.3...... 2004 9. Tiny Gallon ...................10.3...... 2010 10. Cary Carrabine .............10.2...... 1976

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XFIELD GOALS Player FG Year 1. Wayman Tisdale ............338...... 1983 2. Jeff Webster* ................253...... 1991 3. Tim McCalister ..............201...... 1984 4. Alvan Adams .................195...... 1973 5. Blake Griffin ..................184...... 2008 6. Willie Warren ................172...... 2009 7. Tommy Mason-Griffin ...147...... 2010 8. Kevin Bookout...............142...... 2003 9. Tiny Gallon ....................122...... 2010 10. Drew Lavender..............118...... 2004 XFIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Player FGA Year 1. Wayman Tisdale ............583...... 1983 2. Jeff Webster* ................448...... 1991 3. Tim McCalister ..............430...... 1984 4. Tommy Mason-Griffin ...369...... 2010 5. Willie Warren ................364...... 2009 6. Alvan Adams .................356...... 1973 7. Blake Griffin ..................324...... 2008 8. Drew Lavender..............321...... 2004 9. Cary Carrabine ..............243...... 1976 10. Kevin Bookout...............242...... 2003 XFG PERCENTAGE (MIN. 2 FG/G) Player FG% Year 1. Kevin Bookout............. .587...... 2003 2. Wayman Tisdale .......... .580...... 1983 3. Blake Griffin ................ .568...... 2008 4. Jeff Webster* .............. .565...... 1991 5. Clifford Johnson .......... .562...... 1977 6. Alvan Adams ............... .547...... 1973 Tiny Gallon ....................547...... 2010 8. Al Beal ........................ .500...... 1977 9. Kevin Jones ................. .492...... 1976 10. Ryan Humphrey .......... .482...... 1998 X3-POINT FIELD GOALS Player 3FG Year 1. Tommy Mason-Griffin .....70...... 2010 2. Willie Warren ..................67...... 2009 3. Terry Evans ......................58...... 1990 4. Drew Lavender................53...... 2004 5. Lawrence McKenzie ........45...... 2004 6. Steven Pledger ......... 44 ....2010 7. Tony Crocker....................35...... 2007 De’Angelo Alexander ......35...... 2003 9. Hollis Price ......................25...... 2000 Tim Heskett.....................25...... 1997 X3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Player 3FGA Year 1. Willie Warren ................180...... 2009 2. Tommy Mason-Griffin ...165...... 2010 3. Drew Lavender..............144...... 2004 4. Lawrence McKenzie ......140...... 2004 5. Terry Evans ....................137...... 1990 6. Steven Pledger ....... 130 ....2010 6. De’Angelo Alexander ....100...... 2003 7. Tony Crocker....................98...... 2007 8. Tim Heskett.....................78...... 1997 9. Cade Davis ................ 69 ....2008 10. Hollis Price ......................67...... 2000

X3-PT. FG PERCENTAGE (MIN. 1 3FG/G) Player 3FG% Year 1. Tommy Mason-Griffin.. .424...... 2010 2. Terry Evans .................. .423...... 1990 3. Willie Warren .............. .372...... 2009 4. Drew Lavender............ .368...... 2004 5. Tony Crocker................ .357...... 2007 6. De’Angelo Alexander .. .350...... 2003 7. Steven Pledger ...... .338 ....2010 8. Lawrence McKenzie .... .321...... 2004 XFREE THROWS Player FT Year 1. Jeff Webster* ................134...... 1991 Wayman Tisdale ............134...... 1983 3. Blake Griffin ..................116...... 2008 4. Willie Warren ................114...... 2009 5. Tim McCalister ................96...... 1984 6. Tommy Mason-Griffin .....74...... 2010 Alvan Adams ...................74...... 1973 8. Ryan Humphrey ..............73...... 1998 9. Eduardo Najera ...............64...... 1997 10. Tiny Gallon ......................62...... 2010

XTommy Mason-Griffin ffi

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Blake Griffin ...................9.1...... 2008 Tiny Gallon .....................7.9...... 2010 Al Beal ...........................7.0...... 1977 Ryan Humphrey .............6.5...... 1998 David Johnson ...............6.2...... 1984 Kevin Bookout................5.9...... 2003 Kevin Jones ....................5.9...... 1976 10. Clifford Johnson .............5.7...... 1977

XFREE THROW ATTEMPTS Player FTA Year 1. Wayman Tisdale ............211...... 1983 2. Blake Griffin ..................197...... 2008 3. Jeff Webster* ................167...... 1991 4. Willie Warren ................146...... 2009 5. Ryan Humphrey ............133...... 1998 6. Tim McCalister ..............125...... 1984 7. Alvan Adams .................110...... 1973 8. Al Beal ............................94...... 1977 9. Eduardo Najera ...............92...... 1997 David Johnson ................92...... 1984

XASSISTS

XFT PERCENTAGE (MIN. 1 FT/G) Player FT% Year 1. Alex Spaulding ............ .920...... 1998 2. Todd Chambers ........... .872...... 1981 3. Hollis Price .................. .833...... 2000 4. Kevin Jones ................. .828...... 1976 5. Cary Carrabine ............ .820...... 1976 6. Tommy Mason-Griffin.. .813...... 1976 7. John McCullough ........ .807...... 1976 8. Jeff Webster* .............. .802...... 1991 9. Taylor Griffin ............... .794...... 2006 10. Drew Lavender............ .782...... 2004

XBLOCKED SHOTS

XREBOUNDS Player REB Year 1. Wayman Tisdale ............341...... 1983 2. Blake Griffin ..................301...... 2008 3. Alvan Adams .................277...... 1973 4. Tiny Gallon ....................238...... 2010 5. Ryan Humphrey ............209...... 1998 6. David Johnson ..............205...... 1984 7. Kevin Bookout...............202...... 2003 8. Al Beal ..........................197...... 1977 9. Jeff Webster* ................192...... 1991 10. Eduardo Najera .............167...... 1997

XSTEALS

XREBOUNDS PER GAME Player RPG Year 1. Alvan Adams ................13.2...... 1973 2. Wayman Tisdale ...........10.3...... 1983

Player 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

A

Year

Tommy Mason-Griffin ...154...... 2010 Terry Evans ....................141...... 1990 Tim McCalister ..............126...... 1984 Drew Lavender..............121...... 2004 Hollis Price ....................120...... 2000 Willie Warren ................113...... 2009 Prince Fowler ..................69...... 1995 David Johnson ................66...... 1984 Blake Griffin ....................61...... 2008 Aaron Curry .....................59...... 1977

Player

B

Year

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Wayman Tisdale ..............82...... 1983 Al Beal ............................59...... 1977 Ryan Humphrey ..............58...... 1998 Blake Griffin ....................28...... 2008 Stacey King .....................26...... 1986 Tiny Gallon ......................23...... 2010 Johnnie Gilbert ...............23...... 2001 8. Jeff Webster* ..................22...... 1991 9. Kevin Bookout.................21...... 2003 10. Renzi Stone .....................19...... 1997

Player

S

Year

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Tim McCalister ................61...... 1984 Drew Lavender................53...... 2004 Hollis Price ......................47...... 2000 Terry Evans ......................42...... 1990 Willie Warren ..................41...... 2009 Eduardo Najera ...............38...... 1997 Blake Griffin ....................33...... 2008 Wayman Tisdale ..............33...... 1983 9. Aaron Curry .....................31...... 1977 10. Tommy Mason-Griffin .....28...... 2010 David Johnson ................28...... 1984

* Denotes redshirt freshman Note: Assists, blocks and steals were not kept until the 1976-77 season.


SOONERS

BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP OU vs. THE BIG EIGHT/BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP FIELD (42-27 COMBINED RECORD; 23-16 BIG EIGHT; 19-11 BIG 12) Quarterfinalss Quarterfinalss Semifinalss Quarterfinalss Quarterfinalss Final Quarterfinalss Quarterfinalss Quarterfinalss Quarterfinalss

Xvs. IOWA STATE (5-2) 1982* W 1985* W 1987* W 1989* W 1993* L 2000^ L 2007^ W

71-67 73-71 83-73 76-74 55-69 70-58 68-63

Quarterfinalss Final Quarterfinalss Semifinalss Quarterfinalss Final First Round

Xvs. KANSAS (4-7) 1979* W 1983* L 1984* L 1986* L 1987* L 1990* W 1992* L 1998^ L 2001^ W 2002^ W 2007^ L

80-65 77-87 78-79 70-72 77-82 95-77 67-85 58-72 62-57 64-55 47-64

Final Quarterfinalss Final Semifinalss Semifinalss Semifinalss Semifinalss Final Semifinalss Final Quarterfinalss

Xvs. KANSAS STATE (4-2) 1978* L 44-52 1979* W 72-68 1981* L 56-75 1982* W 68-62 1988* W 88-83 2002^ W 63-52

Quarterfinalss Semifinalss Quarterfinalss Semifinalss Final Quarterfinals

* Big Eight Tournament ^ Big 12 Championship (Oklahoma has not played Baylor in the Big 12 format)

X1988 Big Eight Tournament Champions

XA three-time Big 12 Tournament champion, Hollis Price earned MVP honors in both 2002 and 2003 after the Sooners beat Kansas and Missouri in the respective title games. Price scored 23 points against No. 1 ranked Kansas in 2002 in Kansas City and tallied 14 against Missouri the next year in Dallas. The Sooners also won the tournament title his sophomore year (2001) when they beat Texas 54-45.

Xvs. MISSOURI (9-5) 1977* L 74-90 1982* L 63-68 1984* W 72-66 1985* W 104-84 1986* W 78-75 1988* W 102-99 1989* L 86-98 1996* L 88-92 (OT) L 80-89 1997^ W 58-53 1998^ W 84-80 (OT) 2000^ 2001^ W 67-65 2003^ W 49-47 W 83-79 2005^

Semifinals Final Quarterfinals Semifinals Quarterfinals Semifinals Final Quarterfinals Semifinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Final Quarterfinals

Xvs. NEBRASKA (3-4) 1980* L 68-75 1990* W 78-65 1991* L 113-117 (2OT) 1992* W 107-85 1994* L 88-105 W 63-59 2004^ L 63-69 2006^

Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals First Round Quarterfinals

Xvs. OKLAHOMA STATE (1-4) 1985* W 116-91 1995* L 58-74 L 57-60 1999^ L 70-71 2009^ L 67-81 2010^

Quarterfinals Semifinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals 1st Round

Xvs. TEXAS (4-2) 1998^ W 2000^ W W 2001^ W 2002^ L 2004^ L 2008^

68-55 81-65 54-45 67-51 63-66 49-77

Semifinals Semifinals Final Semifinals Quarterfinals Semifinals

Xvs. TEXAS A&M (1-0) 1997^ W

67-58

1st Round

Xvs. TEXAS TECH (1-1) 2003^ W 67-60 (OT) 2005^ L 63-69

Semifinals Semifinals

BIG EIGHT CHAMPIONS sss

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THE RECORDS

Xvs. COLORADO (10-0) 1977* W 68-56 1979* W 77-57 1984* W 90-78 1988* W 99-66 1989* W 95-87 (2OT) 1990* W 92-80 1995* W 71-53 1997^ W 55-41 2003^ W 74-59 2008^ W 54-49


OKLAHOMA

BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP OKLAHOMA HIGHS

XCurrent strength coach and then-senior Jozsef Szendrei (right) with thee 2003 Big g 12 Championship p p trophy. p

XINDIVIDUAL (SINGLE GAME) Points: 33, Corey Brewer vs. Missouri, 1997 (Semis) Field Goals: 12, Eduardo Najera vs. Texas, 2000 (Semis) FG Attempts: 22, Nolan Johnson vs. Missouri, 2000 (Quarters) 3-Point Field Goals: 6, Steven Pledger vs. Oklahoma State, 2010 (First Round); 3-Point FG Attempts: 12, Kelley Newton vs. Kansas, 2001 (Semis) Free Throws: 12, Drew Lavender vs. Missouri, 2005 (Quarters) FT Attempts: 14, Drew Lavender vs. Missouri, 2005 (Quarters) Rebounds: 19, Blake Griffin vs. Oklahoma State, 2009 (Quarters) Assists: 10, Austin Johnson vs. Texas, 2008 (Semis) Blocked Shots: 4, Jabahri Brown vs. Kansas, 2002 (Final) Steals: 4, Jabahri Brown vs. Kansas, 2002 (Final); Eduardo Najera vs. Texas A&M, 1997 (First Round)

THE RECORDS

XINDIVIDUAL (TOURNAMENT) Points: 73, Corey Brewer (3 games), 1997 Field Goals: 24, Corey Brewer (3 games), 1997 FG Attempts: 49, Nate Erdmann (3 games), 1997 3-Point Field Goals: 10, Quannas White (3 games), 2003 3-Point FG Attempts: 30, Nate Erdmann (3 games), 1997 Free Throws: 22, Corey Brewer (3 games), 1997 FT Attempts: 30, Corey Brewer (3 games), 1997 Rebounds: 35, Aaron McGhee (3 games), 2002 Assists: 14, Hollis Price (3 games), 2000 Blocked Shots: 5, Larry Turner (2 games), 2004 Steals: 9, Nate Erdmann (3 games), 1997

XTEAM (SINGLE GAME) Points: 84, vs. Missouri, 2000 (Quarters) Field Goals: 27, vs. Texas, 2000 (Semis); vs. Missouri, 1997 (Semis) FG Attempts: 71, vs. Kansas, 2002 (Final) 3-Point Field Goals: 12, vs. Colorado, 2003 (Quarters) 3-Point FG Attempts: 28, vs. Missouri, 2001 (Quarters) Free Throws: 37, vs. Missouri, 2000 (Quarters) FT Attempts: 47, vs. Missouri, 2000 (Quarters) Rebounds: 54, vs. Kansas State, 2002 (Quarters) Assists: 14, four times Blocked Shots: 7, vs. Kansas State, 2002 (Quarters) Steals: 12, vs. Texas, 2002 (Semis); vs. Texas A&M, 1997 (First Round)

XTEAM (TOURNAMENT) Points: 222 (3 games), 2000 Field Goals: 70 (3 games), 2000 FG Attempts: 176 (3 games), 2000 3-Point Field Goals: 26 (3 games), 2003 3-Point FG Attempts: 61 (3 games), 2003, 2001, 1997 Free Throws: 67 (3 games), 2000 FT Attempts: 87 (3 games), 2000 Rebounds: 139 (3 games), 2002 Assists: 45 (3 games), 2003 Blocked Shots: 15 (3 games), 2002 Steals: 30 (3 games), 2002

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XOklahoma (No 4) and Hollis Price XOklahoma starting guards Quannas White (No. direct teammates from the bench during the 2002 Big 12 Tournament championship game in Kansas City. The Sooners beat the No. 1 ranked Kansas Jayhawks, 64-55, to claim their second of three straight titles.

Tournament Tough Oklahoma tied a Big 12 record in March 2004 with its 10th consecutive league tournament game victory (a 63-59 win over Nebraska in the first round). Including the 2009 event, the Sooners are 13-6 over the last nine Big 12 Championships and have claimed three title trophies. The Sooners (five) trail only Kansas (seven) in the number of Big 12 Championship title game appearances. Texas has also made five championship game showings and is followed by Missouri (three), Oklahoma State (three) and Baylor, Iowa State and Texas Tech (one each).

BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP RECORDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

BIG 12 TITLE GAMES

Team

Record

Pct.

Year

Kansas Oklahoma Oklahoma State Texas Missouri Texas Tech Baylor Kansas State Iowa State Colorado Nebraska Texas A&M

28-7 19-11 19-12 18-14 15-13 11-14 9-13 9-14 7-13 7-14 6-14 4-14

.800 .633 .613 .563 .536 .440 .409 .391 .350 .333 .300 .222

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Result

Kansas 87, Missouri 60 Kansas 72, Oklahoma 58 Kansas 53, Oklahoma State 37 Iowa State 70, Oklahoma 58 Oklahoma 54, Texas 45 Oklahoma 64, Kansas 55 Oklahoma 49, Missouri 47 Oklahoma State 65, Texas 49 Oklahoma State 72, Texas Tech 68 Kansas 80, Texas 68 Kansas 88, Texas 84 (OT) Kansas 84, Texas 74 Missouri 73, Baylor 60 Kansas 72, Kansas State 64


SOONERS

BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP YEAR-BY-YEAR CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS X BIG EIGHT (23-16 RECORD)

X BIG 12 (19-10 RECORD)

1977

1987

1997

2002

Oklahoma 68, Colorado 56 Missouri 90, Oklahoma 74

Oklahoma 83, Iowa State 73 Kansas 82, Oklahoma 77

1978

1988

Oklahoma 67, Texas A&M 58 Oklahoma 55, Colorado 41 Missouri 89, Oklahoma 80

Oklahoma 63, Kansas State 52 Oklahoma 67, Texas 51 Oklahoma 64, Kansas 55

Kansas State 52, Oklahoma 44

Oklahoma 99, Colorado 66 Oklahoma 102, Missouri 99 Oklahoma 88, Kansas State 83

1998

2003

Oklahoma 58, Missouri 53 Oklahoma 68, Texas 55 Kansas 72, Oklahoma 58

Oklahoma 74, Colorado 59 Oklahoma 67, Texas Tech 60 (OT) Oklahoma 49, Missouri 47

1999

2004

Oklahoma State 60, Oklahoma 57

Oklahoma 63, Nebraska 59 Texas 66, Oklahoma 63

1979 Oklahoma 77, Colorado 57 Oklahoma 72, Kansas State 68 Oklahoma 80, Kansas 65

1989

Nebraska 75, Oklahoma 68

Oklahoma 95, Colorado 87 (2OT) Oklahoma 76, Iowa State 74 Missouri 98, Oklahoma 86

1981

1990

Kansas State 75, Oklahoma 56

Oklahoma 78, Nebraska 65 Oklahoma 95, Kansas 77 Oklahoma 92, Colorado 80

1980

1982 Oklahoma 71, Iowa State 67 Oklahoma 68, Kansas State 62 Missouri 68, Oklahoma 63

2000

1991 Nebraska 117, Oklahoma 113 (2OT)

1992

Kansas 87, Oklahoma 77

Oklahoma 107, Nebraska 85 Kansas 85, Oklahoma 67

2005

2001

2006

Oklahoma 67, Missouri 65 Oklahoma 62, Kansas 57 Oklahoma 54, Texas 45

Nebraska 69, Oklahoma 63

Oklahoma 83, Missouri 79 Texas Tech 69, Oklahoma 63

2007 O Oklahoma 68, Iowa State 63 Kansas 64, Oklahoma 47 Ka

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Oklahoma 72, Missouri 66 Oklahoma 90, Colorado 78 Kansas 79, Oklahoma 78

1993

O Oklahoma 54, Colorado 49 Texas 77, Oklahoma 49 Te

Iowa State 69, Oklahoma 55

22009

1985

Nebraska 105, Oklahoma 88

Oklahoma 116, Oklahoma State 91 Oklahoma 104, Missouri 84 Oklahoma 73, Iowa State 71

1995

1984

1986 Oklahoma 78, Missouri 75 Kansas 72, Oklahoma 70

OOklahoma State 71, Oklahoma 70

1994

22010 OOklahoma State 81, Oklahoma 67 Title games in italics Ti

Oklahoma 71, Colorado 53 Oklahoma State 74, Oklahoma 58

1996

XNolan Johnson was MVP of the 2001 Big 12 Tournament.

Missouri 92, Oklahoma 88 (OT))

2001 Big 12 Champs

2002 Big 12 Champs

2003 Big 12 Champs

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Oklahoma 54, Texas 45 Tournament MVP: Nolan Johnson

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Oklahoma 64, Kansas 55 Tournament MVP: Hollis Price

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Oklahoma 49, Missouri 47 Tournament MVP: Hollis Price

OU VS. TEXAS NOTES

OU VS. KANSAS NOTES

OU VS. MISSOURI NOTES

OU trailed by as many as 18 in the first half and was down 26-14 at halftime ... The Sooners held Texas to three second-half field goals and outscored it 40-19 ... The win marked OU’s first league tourney crown since 1990 ... Nolan Johnson scored a game-high 18 points.

OU shut down the nation’s No. 1-ranked and highest scoring team by holding Kansas to a .333 field goal mark and forcing 20 turnovers ... Hollis Price scored 12 of his 23 points in the final 8:26 to seal the win ... KU was 18-0 on the year against Big 12 Conference teams entering the day.

The Sooners won despite scoring just 12 secondhalf points ... OU made five treys in the first half’s final five minutes to lead 37-18 at the break ... Hollis Price led OU with 14 points while Quannas White added 10 ... The win was OU’s ninth straight in the Big 12 Tourney.

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1983

Oklahoma 84, Missouri 80 (OT) Oklahoma 81, Texas 65 Iowa State 70, Oklahoma 58


OKLAHOMA

POSTSEASON RESULTS NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS (35-26 RECORD) 1939 (West Regional) FINAL FOUR OU 50, Utah State 39 Oregon 55, OU 37

1997 (West Regional) Stanford 80, OU 67

1943 (West Regional) OU 48, Washington 41 Wyoming 53, OU 50

1998 (East Regional) Indiana 94, OU 87 (OT)

1947 (West Regional) NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME OU 56, Oregon State 54 OU 55, Texas 54 Holy Cross 58, OU 47**

1999 (Midwest Regional) SWEET 16 OU 61, Arizona 60 OU 85, UNC Charlotte 72 Michigan State 54, OU 46

1979 (Midwest Regional) SWEET 16 OU 90, Texas 76 Indiana State 93, OU 72

2000 (West Regional) OU 74, Winthrop 50 Purdue 66, OU 62

1983 (Mideast Regional) OU 71, Alabama-Birmingham 63 Indiana 63, OU 49

THE RECORDS

1996 (Southeast Regional) Temple 61, OU 43

1984 (West Regional) Dayton 89, OU 85 1985 (Midwest Regional) ELITE EIGHT OU 96, North Carolina A&T 83 OU 75, Illinois State 69 OU 86, Louisiana Tech 84 (OT) Memphis State 63, OU 61 1986 (East Regional) OU 80, Northeastern 74 DePaul 74, OU 69

2001 (South Regional) Indiana State 70, OU 68 (OT)

2005 (Austin Regional) OU 84, Niagara 67 Utah 67, OU 58

OU’s All-Time NCAA Tournament Seeds

2006 (Minneapolis Regional) UW-Milwaukee 82, OU 74 2008 (East Regional) OU 72, Saint Joseph’s 64 Louisville 78, OU 48 2009 (South Regional) ELITE EIGHT OU 82, Morgan State 54 OU 73, Michigan 63 OU 84, Syracuse 71 North Carolina 72, OU 60 ** NCAA championship game

2002 (West Regional) FINAL FOUR OU 71, Illinois-Chicago 63 OU 78, Xavier 65 OU 88, Arizona 67 OU 81, Missouri 75 Indiana 73, OU 64 2003 (East Regional) ELITE EIGHT OU 71, South Carolina State 54 OU 74, California 65 OU 65, Butler 54 Syracuse 63, OU 47

1987 (West Regional) SWEET 16 OU 74, Tulsa 69 OU 96, Pittsburgh 93 Iowa 93, OU 91 (OT)

Record

1-1 1-1 3-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 3-1 1-1 2-1 5-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 4-1 3-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 3-1

OU 74, Louisville 73 LSU 97, OU 94

1971 Hawaii 87, OU 86 (2OT)

1982 SEMIFINALIST OU 81, Oral Roberts 73 OU 80, UC-Irvine 77 OU 91, Dayton 82 Bradley 84, OU 68

1990 (Midwest Regional) OU 77, Towson State 68 North Carolina 79, OU 77

1991

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1970

1989 (Southeast Regional) SWEET 16 OU 72, East Tennessee State 71 OU 124, Louisiana Tech 81 Virginia 86, OU 80

1995 (Southeast Regional) Manhattan 77, OU 67

Seed

1939 1943 1947 1979 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1992 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2005 2006 2008 2009

National Invitation Tournament Results (10-7 RECORD)

1988 (Southeast Regional) NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME OU 94, UT-Chattanooga 66 OU 107, Auburn 87 OU 108, Louisville 98 OU 78, Villanova 59 OU 86, Arizona 78 Kansas 83, OU 79**

1992 (West Regional) Southwestern Louisiana 87, OU 83

Year

XJeff Webster averaged 18.3 points a game as a freshman in 1990-91 when he led OU to the NIT final against Stanford.

FINALIST OU 111, Tulsa 86 OU 89, Cincinnati 81 (OT) OU 83, Providence 74 OU 88, Colorado 78 Stanford 78, OU 72

1993 OU 88, Michigan State 86 Minnesota 86, OU 72

1994 Vanderbilt 77, OU 67

2004 OU 70, LSU 61 Michigan 63, OU 52


SOONERS

POSTSEASON SINGLE-GAME RECORDS NCAA TOURNAMENT

XOKLAHOMA TEAM Points: 124, vs. Louisiana Tech, March 18, 1989 Field Goals: 48, vs. Louisiana Tech, March 18, 1989 Field Goal Attempts: 98, vs. La. Tech, March 18, 1989 Field Goal Percentage: .660 (35-53), vs. Illinois State, March 16, 1987 3-Point Field Goals: 13, vs. UNC Charlotte, March 14, 1999 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 28, vs. Syracuse, March 30, 2003; vs. UNC Charlotte, March 14, 1999 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 attempts): .556 (10-for-18) vs. South Carolina State, March 20, 2003 Free Throws: 24 vs. Missouri, March 23, 2002; vs. Xavier, March 17, 2002 Free Throw Attempts: 36 vs. Louisville, March 24, 1988 Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 attempts): .900 (18for-20), vs. North Carolina A&T, March 14, 1985 Rebounds: 62, vs. Louisiana Tech, March 18, 1989 Assists: 31, vs. Auburn, March 19, 1988 Turnovers: 21 vs. Manhattan, March 16, 1995 Blocks: 10, vs. Texas, March 10, 1979 Steals: 16, vs. Louisiana Tech, March 18, 1989; vs. Auburn, March 19, 1988 XOPPONENT INDIVIDUAL Points: 41, Roosevelt Chapman, Dayton, March 17, 1984 Field Goals: 13, Danny Manning, Kansas, April 4, 1988; Sean Elliott, Arizona, April 2, 1988; Roosevelt Chapman, Dayton, March 17, 1984 Field Goal Attempts: 34, Reggie Lewis, Northeastern, March 13, 1986 3-Point Field Goals: 6, David Moss, Tulsa, March 13, 1987 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 13, Reggie Holmes, Morgan State, March 19, 2009 Free Throws: 15, Roosevelt Chapman, Dayton, March 17, 1984

XOPPONENT TEAM Points: 98, Louisville, March 24, 1988 Field Goals: 40, Louisville, March 24, 1988 Field Goal Attempts: 84, Auburn, March 19, 1988 Field Goal Pct.: .636 (35-55), Kansas, April 4, 1988 3-Point Field Goals: 10, Michigan, March 21, 2009 3-Point FG Attempts: 28, Niagara, March 17, 2005 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 attempts): .700 (7-for-10), North Carolina, March 17, 1990 Free Throws: 27, Virginia, March 23, 1989 Free Throw Attempts: 36, Virginia, March 23, 1989 Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 attempts): .938 (15-for-16), North Carolina, March 29, 2009 Rebounds: 57, Auburn, March 19, 1988 Assists: 26, Louisiana Tech, March 21, 1985 Turnovers: 29, Louisiana Tech, March 18, 1989 Blocks: 8, Indiana, March 30, 2002 Steals: 13, Syracuse, March 30, 2003; Manhattan, March 16, 1995

NIT XOKLAHOMA INDIVIDUAL Points: 34, Garfield Heard vs. Louisville, March 15, 1970 Field Goals: 14, Chucky Barnett vs. Bradley, March 22, 1982; Bobby Jack vs. Hawaii, March 22, 1971 Field Goal Attempts: 33, Garfield Heard vs. LSU, March 18, 1970 3-Point Field Goals: 5, Bryatt Vann vs. Michigan State, March 17, 1993 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 11, Bryatt Vann vs. Minnesota, March 22, 1993 Free Throws: 11, Brent Price vs. Tulsa, March 14, 1991 Free Throw Attempts: 13, Bryatt Vann vs. Minnesota, March 22, 1993; Chucky Barnett vs. Dayton, March 18, 1982; Garfield Heard vs. Louisville, March 15, 1970 Rebounds: 16, Kermit Holmes vs. Colorado, March 25, 1991 Assists: 11, Brent Price vs. Tulsa, March 14, 1991 Turnovers: 8, Bryan Sallier vs. Providence, March 20, 1991; Bo Overton vs. Dayton, March 18, 1982 Blocked Shots: 6, Les Pace vs. Bradley, March 22, 1982; Les Pace vs. UC Irvine, March 15, 1982 Steals: 8, Brent Price vs. Tulsa, March 14, 1991 XOKLAHOMA TEAM Points: 111 vs. Tulsa, March 14, 1991 Field Goals: 44 vs. Tulsa, March 14, 1991 Field Goal Attempts: 95 vs. LSU, March 17, 1970 FG Percentage: .551 vs. Colorado, March 25, 1991 3-Point FGs: 9 vs. Michigan State, March 17, 1993 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 23 vs. Minnesota, March 22, 1993 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 attempts): .500 (9-for-18) vs. Michigan State, March 17, 1993; (7-for-14) vs. Cincinnati, March 18, 1991

Free Throws: 35, vs. Dayton, March 18, 1982 Free Throw Attempts: 50, vs. Dayton, March 18, 1982 Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 attempts): .838 (31-for-37), vs. Colorado, March 25, 1991 Rebounds: 46 vs. Louisville, March 15, 1970 Assists: 24 vs. Tulsa, March 14, 1991 Turnovers: 24 vs. Bradley, March 22, 1982 Blocks: 8 vs. Providence, March 20, 1991 Steals: 15 vs. Tulsa, March 14, 1991; vs. Dayton, March 18, 1982

XOPPONENT INDIVIDUAL Points: 37, Pete Maravich, LSU, March 17, 1970 Field Goals: 14, Pete Maravich, LSU, March 17, 1970 Field Goal Attempts: 33, Pete Maravich, LSU, March 17, 1990 3-Point Field Goals: 5, Kenny Ammann, Stanford, March 27, 1991 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 13, Chris Watts, Providence, March 20, 1991 Free Throws: 9, Pete Maravich, LSU, March 17, 1970 Free Throw Attempts: 14, Marcell Gordon, Tulsa, March 14, 1991 Rebounds: 19, Al Sanders, LSU, March 17, 1970 Assists: 11, Cat Johnson, Oral Roberts, March 9, 1982 Turnovers: 9, Kevin Conrad, Dayton, March 18, 1982 Blocks: 3, Chad Kolander, Minnesota, March 22, 1993; Ernest Nzigamasabo, Minnesota, March 22, 1993; Deshon Wingate, Stanford, March 27, 1991; Michael Scott, Tulsa, March 14, 1991 Steals: 5, Willie Scott, Bradley, March 22, 1982 XOPPONENT TEAM Points: 97, LSU, March 17, 1970 Field Goals: 37, Michigan State, March 17, 1993; Hawaii, March 22, 1971 Field Goal Attempts: 87, Providence, March 20, 1991 Field Goal Percentage: .561 (37-66), Michigan State, March 17, 1993 3-Point Field Goals: 8, Tulsa, March 14, 1991 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 28, Providence, March 20, 1991 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 attempts): .412 (7-for-17), Stanford, March 27, 1991 Free Throws: 29, LSU, March 17, 1970 Free Throw Attempts: 37, LSU, March 17, 1970 Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 attempts): .900 (9-for-10), Oral Roberts, March 9, 1982 Rebounds: 56, LSU, March 17, 1970 Assists: 25, Dayton, March 18, 1982 Turnovers: 28, Dayton, March 18, 1982 Blocks: 8, Tulsa, March 14, 1991 Steals: 21, Bradley, March 22, 1982 XEduardo Najera

Postseason Familiarity Oklahoma has participated in either the NCAA Tournament or postseason NIT in 27 of the last 29 seasons. During that stretch, the Sooners have made the NCAA field 22 times and have played in the NIT on five occasions.

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XOKLAHOMA INDIVIDUAL Points: 37, Stacey King vs. Auburn, March 19, 1988 Field Goals: 14, Blake Griffin vs. Michigan, March 21, 2009; Mookie Blaylock vs. Louisiana Tech, March 18, 1989; Harvey Grant vs. Louisville, March 24, 1988; Stacey King vs. Auburn, March 19, 1988; Wayman Tisdale vs. Illinois State, March 16, 1985 Field Goal Attempts: 28, Mookie Blaylock vs. Louisiana Tech, March 18, 1989 3-Point Field Goals: 7, Dave Sieger vs. Kansas, April 4, 1988; Tim McCalister vs. Iowa, March 20, 1987 3-Point Field Goal Attempts: 13, Dave Sieger vs. Kansas, April 4, 1988 Free Throws: 12, Wayman Tisdale vs. Dayton, March 17, 1984 Free Throw Attempts: 14, David Johnson vs. Northeastern, March 13, 1986 Rebounds: 17, Blake Griffin vs. Michigan, March 21, 2009; Harvey Grant vs. Tulsa, March 13, 1987 Assists: 11, Terrell Everett vs. UW-Milwaukee, March 16, 2006; John Ontjes vs. Manhattan, March 16, 1995; John McCullough vs. Texas, March 10, 1979 Turnovers: 8, Ray Whitley vs. Indiana State, March 5, 1979 Blocks: 5, Al Beal vs. Texas, March 10, 1979 Steals: 7, Mookie Blaylock vs. Kansas, April 4, 1988; Ricky Grace vs. Iowa, March 20, 1987

Free Throw Attempts: 19, Roosevelt Chapman, Dayton, March 17, 1984 Rebounds: 22, Karl Malone, Louisiana Tech, March 21, 1985 Assists: 12, Andre Turner, Memphis State, March 24, 1985 Turnovers: 10, Morris Lyons, UT-Chattanooga, March 17, 1988 Blocks: 5, David West, Xavier, March 17, 2002 Steals: 7, Ted Ellis, Manhattan, March 16, 1995


OKLAHOMA

POSTSEASON INDIVIDUAL HIGHS NCAA TOURNAMENT INDIVIDUAL

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL

INDIVIDUAL

XPOINTS

XPOINTS

XPOINTS

1. 37, Stacey King vs. Auburn, 3/19/88 2. 36, Wayman Tisdale vs. Dayton, 3/17/84 3. 34, Mookie Blaylock vs. Louisiana Tech, 3/18/89 34, Harvey Grant vs. Louisville, 3/24/88 5. 33, Blake Griffin vs. Michigan, 3/21/09 6. 30, Blake Griffin vs. Syracuse, 3/27/09 29, Wayman Tisdale vs. Illinois State, 3/16/85 8. 28, Tony Crocker vs. Syracuse, 3/27/09 28, Blake Griffin vs. Morgan State, 3/19/09 28, Stacey King vs. East Tennessee State, 3/16/89 28, Stacey King vs. Villanova, 3/26/88 28, Tim McCalister vs. Pittsburgh, 3/15/87 28, Wayman Tisdale vs. North Carolina A&T, 3/14/85

XREBOUNDS

THE RECORDS

NIT

1. 17, Blake Griffin vs. Michigan, 3/21/09 17, Harvey Grant vs. Tulsa, 3/13/87 3. 16, Blake Griffin vs. North Carolina, 3/29/09 4. 15, Taj Gray vs. Utah, 3/19/05 15, Eduardo Najera vs. UNC Charlotte, 3/14/99 15, Stacey King vs. Louisiana Tech, 3/18/89 7. 14, Blake Griffin vs. Syracuse, 3/27/09 14, William Davis vs. North Carolina, 3/17/90 14, David Johnson vs. Northeastern, 3/13/86 10. 13, Blake Griffin vs. Morgan State, 3/19/09 13, Taj Gray vs. Niagara, 3/17/05 13, Eduardo Najera vs. Arizona, 3/12/99 13, Wayman Tisdale vs. Memphis State, 3/24/85

XASSISTS 1. 11, Terrell Everett vs. UW-Milwaukee, 3/16/06 11, John Ontjes vs. Manhattan, 3/16/95 11, John McCullough vs. Texas, 3/10/79 4. 9, Mookie Blaylock vs. Chattanooga, 3/16/89 9, Mookie Blaylock vs. Auburn, 3/19/88 9, Linwood Davis vs. Northeastern, 3/13/86 9, Tim McCalister vs. Dayton, 3/17/84 8. 8, by eight players (most recently Alex Spaulding vs. UNC Charlotte, 3/14/99

1. 41, Roosevelt Chapman, Dayton, 3/17/84 2. 35, Reggie Lewis, Northeastern, 3/13/86 3. 31, Danny Manning, Kansas, 4/4/88 31, Sean Elliott, Arizona, 4/2/88 5. 30, Kurk Lee, Towson State, 3/15/90 6. 29, Larry Bird, Indiana State, 3/15/79 7. 28, Romain Sato, Xavier, 3/17/02 28, Bryant Stith, Virginia, 3/23/89 9. 27, Brian Wethers, California, 3/22/03 10. 26, Boo Davis, UW-Milwaukee, 3/16/06 26, Andrae Patterson, Indiana (OT), 3/12/98 26, Kevin Gamble, Iowa (OT), 3/20/87

XREBOUNDS 1. 18, Danny Manning, Kansas, 4/4/88 2. 16, Karl Malone, Louisiana Tech (OT), 3/21/85 3. 15, Juan Mendez, Niagara, 3/17/05 15, Greg Dennis, East Tennessee State, 3/16/89 15, Reggie Lewis, Northeastern, 3/13/86 15, Larry Bird, Indiana State, 3/15/79 7. 14, Justin Hawkins, Utah, 3/19/05 14, Brent Dabbs, Virginia, 3/23/89 14, Pervis Ellison, Louisville, 3/24/88 14, Keith Lee, Memphis State, 3/24/85

XASSISTS 1. 12, Andre Turner, Memphis State, 3/24/85 2. 10, Brevin Knight, Stanford, 3/14/97 10, B.J. Armstrong, Iowa (OT), 3/20/87 4. 8, Luke Walton, Arizona, 3/21/02 8, Levan Alston, Temple, 3/15/96 8, John Crotty, Virginia, 3/23/89 8, William Howard, Auburn, 3/19/88 8, Alan Davis, Louisiana Tech (OT), 3/21/85 8, Wayne Smith, Louisiana Tech (OT), 3/21/85 8, Larry Schellenberg, Dayton, 3/17/84

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

34, Garfield Heard vs. Louisville, 3/15/70 33, David Little vs. Oral Roberts, 3/9/82 32, Bobby Jack vs. Hawaii (2OT), 3/22/71 31, Chucky Barnett vs. Bradley, 3/22/82 30, David Little vs. Dayton, 3/18/82

XREBOUNDS 1. 16, Kermit Holmes vs. Colorado, 3/25/91 2. 15, Garfield Heard vs. Louisville, 3/15/70 3. 14, Les Pace vs. UC Irvine, 3/15/82 14, Garfield Heard vs. LSU, 3/17/70 5. 13, Bryatt Vann vs. Minnesota, 3/22/93

XASSISTS 1. 11, Brent Price vs. Tulsa, 3/14/91 2. 10, Terry Evans vs. Michigan State, 3/15/93 10, Bo Overton vs. UC Irvine, 3/15/82 4. 9, Scott Martin vs. Hawaii (2OT), 3/22/71 5. 8, David Little vs. Oral Roberts, 3/9/82

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL XPOINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

37, Pete Maravich, LSU, 3/17/70 32, Marcell Gordon, Tulsa, 3/14/91 31, Shaun Vandiver, Colorado, 3/25/91 25, Mitchell Anderson, Bradley, 3/22/82 24, Mike Peplowski, Michigan State, 3/17/93

XREBOUNDS 1. 2. 3. 4.

19, Al Sanders, LSU, 3/17/70 16, Marques Bragg, Providence, 3/20/91 15, Bob Nash, Hawaii (2OT), 3/22/71 14, Al Davis, Hawaii (2OT), 3/22/71 14, Bill Newton, LSU, 3/17/70 14, Mike Grosso, Louisville, 3/15/70

XASSISTS 1. 11, Cat Johnson, Oral Roberts, 3/9/82 2. 9, Eric Snow, Michigan State, 3/17/93 9, Pete Maravich, LSU, 3/17/70 4. 8, Townsend Orr, Minnesota, 3/22/93 5. 7, Willie Scott, Bradley, 3/22/82

XBlake Griffin recorded four of OU’s 10 highest NCAA Tournament rebounding marks in 2009 (17, 16, 14 and 13).

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OU POSTSEASON TEAM HIGHS NCAA TOURNAMENT

NIT

XPOINTS 1. 124 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1989 2. 108 vs. Louisville, 1988 3. 107 vs. Auburn, 1988 4. 96 vs. Pittsburgh, 1987 96 vs. North Carolina A&T, 1985

XFREE THROWS 1. 24 vs. Missouri, 2002 24 vs. Xavier, 2002 3. 22 vs. UNC Charlotte, 1999 22 vs. Arizona, 1988 5. 21 vs. Southwestern Louisiana, 1992

XFIELD GOALS 1. 48 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1989 2. 41 vs. Auburn, 1988 41 vs. Texas, 1979 4. 39 vs. Louisville, 1988 39 vs. North Carolina A&T, 1985

XFREE THROW ATTEMPTS 1. 36 vs. Louisville, 1988 2. 34 vs. Arizona, 1988 3. 32 vs. Morgan State, 2009 32 vs. Missouri, 2002 5. 31 vs. UNC Charlotte, 1999

XFIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 1. 98 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1989 2. 82 vs. Pittsburgh, 1987 3. 76 vs. Auburn, 1988 4. 74 vs. Niagara, 2005 74 vs. Louisville, 1988 74 vs. North Carolina A&T, 1985

XFREE THROW PCT. (MIN. 10 ATTEMPTS) 1. .900 (18-for-20) vs. N. C. A&T, 1985 2. .889 (16-for-18) vs. Arizona, 2002 3. .867 (13-for-15) vs. Niagara, 2005 4. .857 (24-for-28) vs. Xavier, 2002 .857 (12-for-14) vs. Winthrop, 2000

X3-POINT FIELD GOALS 1. 13 vs. UNC Charlotte, 1999 2. 10 vs. South Carolina State, 2003 10 vs. Arizona, 2002 10 vs. Winthrop, 2000 10 vs. Arizona, 1999 10 vs. Indiana (OT), 1998 10 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1989 10 vs. Kansas, 1988 10 vs. Louisville, 1988 X3-POINT FG ATTEMPTS 1. 28 vs. Syracuse, 2003 28 vs. UNC Charlotte, 1999 3. 27 vs. Temple, 1996 4. 25 vs. Arizona, 2002 25 vs. Arizona, 1999 X3-POINT FG PCT. (MIN. 10 ATTEMPTS) 1. .556 (10-for-18) vs. S.C. State, 2003 2. .538 (7-for-13) vs. California, 2003 3. .529 (9-for-17) vs. Auburn, 1988 4. .526 (10-for-19) vs. Louisville, 1988 5. .500 (7-for-14) vs. Missouri, 2002 .500 (7-for-14) vs. Iowa (OT), 1987 .500 (7-for-14) vs. Pittsburgh, 1987

XREBOUNDS 1. 62 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1989 2. 48 vs. Niagara, 2005 3. 47 vs. Illinois-Chicago, 2002 4. 46 vs. Towson State, 1990 46 vs. Dayton, 1984 XASSISTS 1. 31 vs. Auburn, 1988 2. 28 vs. Texas, 1979 3. 25 vs. Louisville, 1988 25 vs. UT-Chattanooga, 1988 5. 24 vs. Illinois State, 1985 24 vs. North Carolina A&T, 1985 XTURNOVERS 1. 21 vs. Manhattan, 1995 2. 20 vs. Towson State, 1990 3. 19 vs. Syracuse, 2003 4. 18 vs. Syracuse, 2009 18 vs. UW-Milwaukee, 2006 XBLOCKED SHOTS 1. 10 vs. Texas, 1979 2. 9 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1989 3. 8 vs. Louisiana Tech (OT), 1985 4. 6 vs. Morgan State, 2009 6 vs. Indiana State (OT), 2001 6 vs. Southwestern Louisiana, 1992 XSTEALS 1. 16 vs. Louisiana Tech, 1989 16 vs. Auburn, 1988 3. 14 vs. Iowa, 1987 4. 13 vs. Syracuse, 2003 13 vs. Kansas, 1988 13 vs. Louisville, 1988 13 vs. Pittsburgh, 1987

XFIELD GOALS 1. 44 vs. Tulsa, 1991 2. 39 vs. LSU, 1970 3. 38 vs. Hawaii (2OT), 1971 4. 34 vs. Michigan State, 1993 34 vs. Oral Roberts, 1982 XFIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 1. 95 vs. LSU, 1970 2. 85 vs. Tulsa, 1991 3. 80 vs. Michigan State, 1993 4. 73 vs. Louisville, 1970 5. 72 vs. Vanderbilt, 1994 72 vs. Hawaii (2OT), 1971 XFIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. .551 vs. Colorado, 1991 2. .538 vs. Dayton, 1982 3. .537 vs. Providence, 1991 4. .532 vs. Cincinnati (OT), 1991 5. .528 vs. Hawaii, (2OT) 1971 X3-POINT FIELD GOALS 1. 9 vs. Michigan State, 1993 2. 7 vs. Stanford, 1991 7 vs. Cincinnati (OT), 1991 4. 6 vs. LSU, 2004 5. 5 vs. Michigan, 2004 5 vs. Minnesota, 1993 X3-POINT FG ATTEMPTS 1. 23 vs. Minnesota, 1993 2. 21 vs. Michigan, 2004 21 vs. Stanford, 1991 4. 19 vs. LSU, 2004 5 18 vs. Michigan State, 1993 X3-POINT FG PCT. (MIN. 10 ATTEMPTS) 1. .500 (9-for-18) vs. Mich. State, 1993 .500 (7-for-14) vs. Cincinnati (OT), 1991 3. .333 (7-for-21) vs. Stanford, 1991 4. .316 (6-for-19) vs. LSU, 2004 5. .239 (4-for-13) vs. Michigan, 2004 XFREE THROWS 1. 35 vs. Dayton, 1982 2. 31 vs. Colorado, 1991 3. 25 vs. Minnesota, 1993 4. 23 vs. Providence, 1991 5. 21 vs. Tulsa, 1991

XFREE THROW ATTEMPTS 1. 50 vs. Dayton, 1982 2. 39 vs. Minnesota, 1993 3. 37 vs. Colorado, 1991 4. 33 vs. Providence, 1991 5. 29 vs. Louisville, 1970 XFREE THROW PCT. (MIN. 10 ATTEMPTS) 1. .838 (31-for-37) vs. Colorado, 1991 2. .833 (15-for-18) vs. Stanford, 1991 3. .783 (18-for-23) vs. LSU, 2004 4. .762 (16-for-21) vs. LSU, 1970 5. .750 (21-for-28) vs. Tulsa, 1991 XREBOUNDS 1. 46 vs. Louisville, 1970 2. 45 vs. Tulsa, 1991 3. 44 vs. Minnesota, 1993 4. 43 vs. Providence, 1991 5. 41 vs. Vanderbilt, 1994 41 vs. UC Irvine, 1982 XASSISTS 1. 24 vs. Tulsa, 1991 2. 23 vs. Oral Roberts, 1982 3. 22 vs. UC Irvine, 1982 4. 21 vs. Dayton, 1982 5. 20 vs. Michigan State, 1993 20 vs. Hawaii (2OT), 1971 XTURNOVERS 1. 24 vs. Bradley, 1982 2. 21 vs. Dayton, 1982 3. 20 vs. Colorado, 1991 4. 19 vs. Providence, 1991 19 vs. Cincinnati (OT), 1991 XBLOCKED SHOTS 1. 8 vs. Providence, 1991 2. 7 vs. Tulsa, 1991 7 vs. Bradley, 1982 7 vs. UC Irvine, 1982 5. 6 vs. LSU, 2004 XSTEALS 1. 15 vs. Tulsa, 1991 15 vs. Dayton, 1982 3. 14 vs. Cincinnati (OT), 1991 4. 12 vs. Michigan State, 1993 5. 10 vs. Minnesota, 1993 10 vs. Stanford, 1991 10 vs. Oral Roberts, 1982

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XFIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. .660 vs. Illinois State, 1985 2. .622 vs. Texas, 1979 3. .604 vs. Morgan State, 2009 4. .576 vs. UT-Chattanooga, 1988 5. .571 vs. Saint Joseph’s, 2008

XPOINTS 1. 111 vs. Tulsa, 1991 2. 94 vs. LSU, 1970 3. 91 vs. Dayton, 1982 4. 89 vs. Cincinnati (OT), 1991 5. 88 vs. Michigan State, 1993 88 vs. Colorado, 1991


OKLAHOMA

OPPONENT POSTSEASON TEAM HIGHS

THE RECORDS

NCAA TOURNAMENT

NIT

XPOINTS 1. 98, Louisville, 1988 2. 94, Indiana, 1998 3. 93, Pittsburgh, 1987 93, Iowa, 1987 93, Indiana State, 1979

XFREE THROW ATTEMPTS 1. 36, Virginia, 1989 2. 35, Manhattan, 1995 3. 34, Missouri, 2002 34, Indiana State, 1979 5. 33, Indiana, 2002

XPOINTS 1. 97, Louisiana State, 1970 2. 88, Hawaii, 1971 3. 86, Minnesota, 1993 86, Michigan State, 1993 86, Tulsa, 1991

XFREE THROW ATTEMPTS 1. 37, Louisiana State, 1970 2. 34, Stanford, 1991 3. 29, Minnesota, 1993 4. 28, Michigan, 2004 5. 27, Bradley, 1982

XFIELD GOALS 1. 40, Louisville, 1988 2. 38, Pittsburgh, 1987 3. 35, Kansas, 1988 35, North Carolina A&T, 1985 35, Indiana State, 1979

XFREE THROW PCT. (MIN. 10 ATTEMPTS) 1. .938 (15-for-16), N. Carolina, 2009 2. .913 (21-for-23), Auburn, 1988 3. .867 (13-for-15), Niagara, 2005 4. .864 (19-for-22) E. Tenn. State, 1989 5. .857 (12-for-14), Texas, 1947

XFIELD GOALS 1. 37, Michigan State, 1983 37, Hawaii, 1971 3. 36, UC-Irvine, 1982 4. 35, Dayton, 1982 5. 34, LSU, 1970

XFREE THROW PCT. (MIN. 10 ATTEMPTS) 1. .900 (9-for-10), Oral Roberts, 1982 2. .815 (22-for-27), Bradley, 1982 3. .792 (19-for-24), Louisville, 1970 4. .786 (14-for-19), Vanderbilt, 1994 5. .784 (29-for-37), LSU, 1970

XFIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 1. 84, Auburn, 1988 84, Louisiana Tech, 1985 3. 79, Texas, 1979 4. 77, Morgan State, 2009 77, Louisiana Tech, 1989

XREBOUNDS 1. 57, Auburn, 1988 2. 50, Indiana State, 1979 3. 48, Louisiana Tech, 1989 4. 46, Northeastern, 1986 46, Louisiana Tech, 1985

XFIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 1. 87, Providence, 1991 2. 85, Hawaii, 1971 3. 80, Colorado, 1991 4. 76, Tulsa, 1991 5. 71, Cincinnati, 1991

XREBOUNDS 1. 56, LSU, 1970 2. 52, Providence, 1991 3. 50, Minnesota, 1993 4. 45, Tulsa, 1991 5. 44, Michigan State, 1993

XFIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. .636, Kansas, 1988 2. .595, Utah, 2005 3. .593, Louisville, 2008 .593, Indiana, 1998 5. .583, Indiana State, 1979

XASSISTS 1. 26, Louisiana Tech, 1985 2. 24, Louisville, 2008 3. 23, Pittsburgh, 1987 4. 21, Iowa, 1987 5. 19, Indiana, 2002 19, DePaul, 1986 19, Memphis State, 1985

XFIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. .561, Michigan State, 1993 2. .525, Bradley, 19822 3. .521, UC-Irvine, 1982 4. .515, LSU, 1970 5. .514, Dayton, 1982

XASSISTS 1. 25, Dayton, 1982 2. 22, Minnesota, 1993 3. 20, Michigan State, 1993 20, Oral Roberts, 1982 5. 19, Bradley, 1982 19, UC-Irvine, 1982

X3-POINT FIELD GOALS 1. 10, Michigan, 2009 2. 9, Louisville, 2008 9, Indiana, 1998 9, Temple, 1996 5. 8, Indiana, 2002 8, Xavier, 2002 8, UNC Charlotte, 1999 8, Auburn, 1988 8, Tulsa, 1987 X3-POINT FG ATTEMPTS 1. 28, Niagara, 2005 2. 27, Michigan, 2009 3. 24, Syracuse, 2009 24, Auburn, 1988 5. 23, Morgan State, 2009 23, UNC Charlotte, 1999 23, Arizona, 1988 X3-POINT FG PCT. (MIN. 10 ATTEMPTS) 1. .700 (7-for-10), North Carolina, 1990 2. .615 (8-for-13), Indiana, 2002 3. .529 (9-for-17), Louisville, 2008 4. .500 (9-for-18), Indiana, 1998 5. .474 (9-for-19), Temple, 1996 XFREE THROWS 1. 27, Virginia, 1989 2. 26, UW-Milwaukee, 2006 3. 24, Stanford, 1997 24, Manhattan, 1995 5. 23, Indiana State, 1979`

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XTURNOVERS 1. 29, Louisiana Tech, 1989 2. 26, UT-Chattanooga, 1988 3. 25, Auburn, 1988 4. 24, Syracuse, 2003 5. 23, Kansas, 1988 23, Indiana State, 1979 XBLOCKED SHOTS 1. 8, Indiana, 2002 2. 7, Louisiana Tech, 1989 3. 6, Xavier, 2002 4. 5, North Carolina, 1990 5, Memphis State, 1985 5, Indiana, 1983 XSTEALS 1. 13, Syracuse, 2003 13, Manhattan, 1995 3. 11, Kansas, 1988 11, Louisiana Tech, 1985 5. 10, Syracuse, 2009 10, Arizona, 1999 10, North Carolina, 1990 10, Memphis State, 1985

X3-POINT FIELD GOALS 1. 8, Tulsa, 1991 2. 7, LSU, 2004 7, Vanderbilt, 1994 7, Stanford, 1991 5. 6, Colorado, 1991 6, Providence, 1991 X3-POINT FG ATTEMPTS 1. 28, Providence, 1991 2. 27, Colorado, 1991 3. 21, LSU, 2004 21, Tulsa, 1991 5. 18, Vanderbilt, 1994 18, Cincinnati, 1991 X3-POINT FG PCT. (MIN. 10 ATTEMPTS) 1. .421 (7-for-17), Stanford, 1991 2. .381 (8-for-21), Tulsa, 1991 3. .333 (7-for-21), LSU, 2004 .333 (5-for-15), Minnesota, 1993 5. .308 (4-for-13), Michigan, 2004 .308 (4-for-13), Mich. State, 1993 XFREE THROWS 1. 29, Louisiana State, 1970 2. 25, Stanford, 1991 3. 22, Bradley, 1982 4. 21, Michigan, 2004 5. 19, Louisville, 1970

XTURNOVERS 1. 28, Dayton, 1982 2. 26, Oral Roberts, 1982 3. 23, Tulsa, 1991 4. 22, Minnesota, 1993 5. 19, LSU, 2004 XBLOCKED SHOTS 1. 8, Tulsa, 1991 2. 6, Minnesota, 1993 3. 5, Indiana, 1983 4. 4, Vanderbilt, 1994 4, Stanford, 1991 XSTEALS 1. 21, Bradley, 1982 2. 15, Cincinnati, 1991 3. 10, Colorado, 1991 4. 8, UC-Irvine, 1982 8, Stanford, 1991


SOONERS

NCAA TOURNAMENT CATEGORY LEADERS XGAMES PLAYED 1. 12, Hollis Price (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) 12, Stacey King (1987, 1988, 1989) 3. 11, Dave Sieger (1986, 1987, 1988) 4. 10, Terrence Mullins (1988, 1989, 1990) 10, Darryl Kennedy (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 10, David Johnson (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 7. 9, Jabahri Brown (2002, 2003) 9, Ebi Ere (2002, 2003) 9, Quannas White (2002, 2003) 9, Mookie Blaylock (1988, 1989) 9, Ricky Grace (1987, 1988) 9, Harvey Grant (1987, 1988) 9, Tim McCalister (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) XMINUTES PLAYED 1. 393, Hollis Price (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) 2. 365, Stacey King (1987, 1988, 1989) 3. 362, Tim McCalister (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 4. 345, Darryl Kennedy (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 5. 337, Mookie Blaylock (1988, 1989) 6. 310, Ricky Grace (1987, 1988) 7. 306, Harvey Grant (1987, 1988) 8. 282, Dave Sieger (1986, 1987, 1988) 9. 265, Ebi Ere (2002, 2003) 10. 257, Wayman Tisdale (1983, 1984, 1985)

XFIELD GOALS 1. 102, Stacey King (1987, 1988, 1989) 2. 66, Harvey Grant (1987, 1988) 66, Wayman Tisdale (1983, 1984, 1985) 4. 61, Darryl Kennedy (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 61, Tim McCalister (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 6. 56, Blake Griffin (2008, 2009) 7. 52, Mookie Blaylock (1988, 1989) 8. 48, Hollis Price (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) 9. 45, Ebi Ere (2002, 2003) 10. 39, Aaron McGhee (2001, 2002) XFIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 1. 185, Stacey King (1987, 1988, 1989) 2. 136, Tim McCalister (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 3. 126, Hollis Price (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) 4. 123, Darryl Kennedy (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 5. 121, Harvey Grant (1987, 1988) 6. 116, Mookie Blaylock (1988, 1989) 7. 112, Ebi Ere (2002, 2003) 8. 109, Wayman Tisdale (1983, 1984, 1985) 9. 78, Aaron McGhee (2001, 2002) 10. 77, David Johnson (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987)

X3-POINT FIELD GOALS 1. 21, Hollis Price (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) 2. 20, Dave Sieger (1986, 1987, 1988) 3. 14, David Godbold (2005, 2006, 2008) 14, Mookie Blaylock (1988, 1989) 14, Ricky Grace (1987, 1988) 6. 13, Tim McCalister (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 7. 11, Eric Martin (1999) 8. 10, Ebi Ere (2002, 2003) 9. 9, Willie Warren (2009) 9, Eduardo Najera (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000) 9, Terrence Mullins (1988, 1989, 1990) X3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 1. 60, Hollis Price (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) 2. 52, Dave Sieger (1984, 1986, 1987, 1988) 3. 43, Ricky Grace (1987, 1988) 4. 39, Ebi Ere (2002, 2003) 5. 38, Mookie Blaylock (1988, 1989) 6. 29, Tony Crocker (2008, 2009) 7. 27, Eduardo Najera (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000) 8. 26, Willie Warren (2009) 9. 23, David Godbold (2005, 2006, 2008) 23, Kelley Newton (2000, 2001) X3-PT. FG PERCENTAGE (MIN. 15 ATTEMPTS) 1. .609 (14-23), David Godbold (2005, 2006, 2008) 2. .590 (13-22), Tim McCalister (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 3. .500 (11-22), Eric Martin (1999) .500 (9-18), Terrence Mullins (1988, 1989, 1990) 5. .400 (6-15), Austin Johnson (2006, 2008, 2009) 6. .385 (20-52), Dave Sieger (1986, 1987, 1988) 7. .375 (6-16), Nate Erdmann (1996, 1997) .375 (6-16), Skeeter Henry (1989, 1990) 9. .368 (7-19), Tim Heskett (1997, 1999, 2000, 2001) .368 (14-38), Mookie Blaylock (1988, 1989) XFREE THROWS 1. 42, Stacey King (1987, 1988, 1989) 2. 38, Harvey Grant (1987, 1988) 3. 36, Aaron McGhee (2001, 2002) 4. 32, Ricky Grace (1987, 1988) 5. 26, Wayman Tisdale (1983, 1984, 1985) 6. 24, David Johnson (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 7. 23, Gerald Tucker (1943, 1947) 8. 22, Blake Griffin (2008, 2009) 9. 21, Hollis Price (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) 21, Quannas White (2002, 2003)

XFREE THROW ATTEMPTS 1. 69, Stacey King (1987, 1988, 1989) 2. 55, Harvey Grant (1987, 1988) 3. 44, David Johnson (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 4. 43, Ricky Grace (1987, 1988) 5. 42, Blake Griffin (2008, 2009) 42, Aaron McGhee (2001, 2002) 7. 35, Wayman Tisdale (1983, 1984, 1985) 8. 29, Ebi Ere (2002, 2003) 9. 28, Gerald Tucker (1943, 1947) 10. 27, Darryl Kennedy (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 27, Tim McCalister (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) XFREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 20 ATTEMPTS) 1. .857 (36-42), Aaron McGhee (2001, 2002) 2. .840 (21-25), Hollis Price (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) 3. .821 (23-28), Gerald Tucker (1943, 1947) 4. .808 (21-26), Quannas White (2002, 2003) 5. .760 (19-25), William Davis (1989, 1990) 6. .744 (32-43), Ricky Grace (1987, 1988) 7. .743 (26-35), Wayman Tisdale (1983, 1984, 1985) 8. .722 (26-36), Ebi Ere (2002, 2003) 9. .691 (38-55), Harvey Grant (1987, 1988) 10. .667 (18-27), Darryl Kennedy (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) .667 (18-27), Tim McCalister (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) XREBOUNDS 1. 93, Stacey King (1987, 1988, 1989) 2. 73, Darryl Kennedy (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 3. 71, Blake Griffin (2008, 2009) 71, Harvey Grant (1987, 1988) 5. 68, Darryl Kennedy (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 6. 67, Wayman Tisdale (1983, 1984, 1985) 7. 57, Ebi Ere (2002, 2003) 8. 55, David Johnson (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 9. 52, Eduardo Najera (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000) 10. 48, Aaron McGhee (2001, 2002) XASSISTS 1. 57, Ricky Grace (1987, 1988) 2. 52, Mookie Blaylock (1988, 1989) 3. 50, Tim McCalister (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 4. 45, Dave Sieger (1986, 1987, 1988) 5. 41, Quannas White (2002, 2003) 6. 37, Hollis Price (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) 7. 35, Anthony Bowie (1985, 1986) 8. 28, Darryl Kennedy (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 9. 25, Austin Johnson (2008, 2009) 25, Linwood Davis (1985, 1986) XBLOCKED SHOTS 1. 17, Stacey King (1987, 1988, 1989) 2. 12, Wayman Tisdale (1983, 1984, 1985) 3. 8, Harvey Grant (1987, 1988) 4. 7, Ryan Humphrey (1998, 1999) 5. 6, Johnnie Gilbert (2001, 2003, 2005) 6, Eduardo Najera (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000) 6, Renzi Stone (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000) XSTEALS 1. 32, Mookie Blaylock (1988, 1989) 2. 28, Ricky Grace (1987, 1988) 3. 21, Dave Sieger (1984, 1986, 1987, 1988) 4. 17, Hollis Price (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) 5. 15, Stacey King (1987, 1988, 1989)

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XPOINTS 1. 246, Stacey King (1987, 1988, 1989) 2. 170, Harvey Grant (1987, 1988) 3. 158, Wayman Tisdale (1983, 1984, 1985) 4. 153, Tim McCalister (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 5. 140, Darryl Kennedy (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 6. 138, Hollis Price (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) 7. 134, Blake Griffin (2008, 2009) 8. 132, Mookie Blaylock (1988, 1989) 9. 120, Ebi Ere (2002, 2003) 10. 118, Aaron McGhee (2001, 2002)

XFIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 40 ATTEMPTS) 1. .778, Blake Griffin (2008, 2009) 2. .606, Wayman Tisdale (1983, 1984, 1985) 3. .551, Stacey King (1987, 1988, 1989) 4. .548, Jabahri Brown (2002, 2003) 5. .545, Harvey Grant (1987, 1988) 6. .500, Taj Gray (2005, 2006) .500, Aaron McGhee (2001, 2002) 8. .496, Darryl Kennedy (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 9. .494, David Johnson (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987) 10. .493, Anthony Bowie (1985, 1986)


OKLAHOMA

1,000-POINT SCORERS 1. WAYMAN TISDALE (2,661)

2. JEFF WEBSTER (2,281)

Played just three seasons at Oklahoma ... A three-time consensus All-American ... One of three players in history to receive All-America honors as a freshman ... Three-time Big Eight Conference Player of the Year ... Two-time Big Eight Tournament MVP ... Became 10th player in NCAA history to record 2,000 career points and 1,000 rebounds ... Stands as the Big Eight’s second all-time career scorer ... Also conference’s eighth-leading rebounder of all time ... Only player in Big Eight history to lead league in scoring three straight years ... Set OU single-season scoring record with 932 points in 1984-85 ... Big Eight single-game record of 61 points versus Texas-San Antonio stood until 1995 ... A member of the 1983 U.S. Pan American squad ... Leading rebounder on the gold-medal-winning 1984 U.S. Olympic team (6.4 rpg) ... Second overall pick in 1985 NBA Draft (Indiana Pacers) ... Averaged 15.3 points over 12 NBA seasons for Pacers, Sacramento Kings and Phoenix Suns ... Passed away from cancer in May 2009 at age of 44 ... Posthumously inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame in November 2009 (same class as Larry Bird and Earvin “Magic” Johnson).

A first-team All-Big Eight selection as a senior when he averaged 23.7 points a game ... Led the conference and ranked 21st in the nation in scoring during the 1993-94 campaign ... Named the Big Eight Conference Newcomer of the Year in 1991 ... One of only four Sooners to reach the 1,000-point milestone during his sophomore season ... Finished third nationally among freshmen in scoring in 1991 (18.3 ppg) ... Participated in the 1993 World University Games in Buffalo, N.Y. ... Drafted in NBA second round (40th overall) by the Miami Heat.

Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

1982-83 1983-84 1984-85

33 34 37

338-583 369-639 370-640

.580 .577 .578

3. TIM McCALISTER (2,275)

104 1077-1862

.578

––– ––– ––– ––––

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

––– 134-211 .635 ––– 181-283 .640 ––– 192-273 .703

AVG

341 10.3 329 9.7 378 10.2

PTS

AVG

810 24.5 919 27.0 932 25.2

––– – 507-767 .661 1048 10.1 2661 25.6

THE RECORDS

Totals

3FG-A

Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-A

AVG

PTS

AVG

1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94

3 35 30 32 28

8-14 253-448 175-336 217-442 264-513

.571 .565 .521 .491 .514

0-0 0-2 0-0 3-9 3-13

.000 1-3 .333 .000 134-167 .802 .000 83-104 .798 .333 91-123 .740 .231 132-170 .776

8 192 186 186 217

2.7 5.5 6.2 5.8 7.8

17 640 433 528 663

5.7 18.3 14.4 16.5 23.7

128 917-1753

.523

6-24

.250 441-567 .777

789

6.2 2281 17.8

Totals

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

Played in 136 career games to rank second on OU’s all-time list (one behind Darryl Kennedy) ... Named 1984 Big Eight Conference Newcomer of the Year after averaging 16.1 points as a freshman ... Averaged career-best 19.8 points as a senior when he was a first-team All-Big Eight selection ... Made 2.6 3-pointers per game his senior year (first season of 3-point line in Big Eight) ... Stands as the seventhleading scorer in Big Eight history ... OU’s leader in career minutes and field goal attempts ... Ranks second to Terry Evans on Sooners’ career assists list (628) and stands third on career steals list (258) ... Drafted in the third round by the Los Angeles Clippers in 1987. Season

G

FG-FGA

PTS

AVG

201-430 205-468 251-534 230-564

––– 96-125 .768 ––– 75-102 .735 ––– 118-144 .819 .397 125-156 .801

AVG

31 37 34 34

.467 ––– .438 ––– .470 ––– .408 87-219

PCT REBS

1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87

118 125 162 124

3.8 3.4 4.8 3.6

498 485 620 672

16.1 13.1 18.2 19.8

136 887-1996

.444 87-219

.397 414-527 .785

529

3.9 2275 16.7

Totals

PCT

3FG-A

PCT

FT-FTA

4. DARRYL “CHOO” KENNEDY (2,097) Oklahoma’s all-time leader in games played (137) ... Stands third on career minutes played list (4,099) ... Ranks second at OU in all-time rebounds (954) and 11th in career steals (128) ... A 1986 first-team All-Big Eight selection after finishing second in scoring (21.0 ppg) and first in rebounding (8.2 rpg) ... Averaged at least 15.0 points in each of his last three seasons ... Selected by the Boston Celtics in the fourth round of the NBA Draft in 1987 ... Collected two titles as a member of the World Basketball League’s Las Vegas franchise ... Named MVP of the 1990 championship series. Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

107-228 238-455 288-543 214-418

.469 .523 .530 .512

––– 42-65 .646 ––– 106-134 .791 ––– 159-207 .768 .474 80-114 .702

AVG

32 37 35 33

––– ––– ––– 9-19

PCT REBS

1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87

137 307 287 223

4.3 8.3 8.2 6.8

137 847-1644

.518

9-19

.474 387-520 .744

954

7.0 2097 15.3

Totals

X XDespite Despite playing only three years in college, Wayman Tisdale is OU’s leading all-time scorer by 38 386 points. An acclaimed contemporary jazz bassist who released eight albums, a in Tisdale passed away from cancer c May 2009 at the age of 44.

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Webster

3FG-A

PCT

FT-FTA

McCalister

PTS

AVG

256 8.0 582 15.7 735 21.0 524 15.9

Kennedy


SOONERS

1,000-POINT SCORERS 5. STACEY KING (2,008) Exploded onto the college basketball scene his junior season ... Led OU to the 1988 NCAA title game (averaged 25.3 points and 8.7 rebounds over OU’s six tournament contests that year) ... MVP of the NCAA Southeast Regional and Big Eight Conference Tournament ... Earned 1988 second-team All-America honors from The Sporting News ... A 1989 consensus All-American ... Also named Big Eight Player of the Year as a senior ... Logged the third-highest single-season scoring average (26.0 ppg) at OU and netted 10.1 rebounds a game ... Left OU as the Big Eight’s all-time blocked shots leader ... Only Big Eight player to ever reject 100 or more shots in a season (103 in 1988) ... Ended his college career ranked 14th in all-time NCAA Tournament scoring ... Twelve NCAA Tournament games ties for most played by a Sooner ... The first selection of the Chicago Bulls in the 1989 NBA Draft (sixth overall). Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89

14 28 39 33

26-67 71-161 337-621 324-618

.388 .438 .543 .524

––– 0-1 0-1 0-0

––– 32-43 .744 .000 54-87 .621 .000 195-289 .675 .000 211-294 .718

53 3.8 108 3.9 332 8.5 332 10.1

114 758-1467

.517

0-2

.000 492-713 .690

825

Totals

3FG-A

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

AVG

PTS

AVG

84 6,0 196 7.0 869 22.3 859 26.0

7.2 2008 17.6

6. RYAN MINOR (1,946)

Season

G

FG-FGA

1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96

31 25 32 30

52-120 148-297 260-535 217-521

.433 9-21 .498 30-78 .486 69-176 .417 62-191

.429 32-48 .667 .385 85-110 .772 .392 167-203 .823 .325 143-174 .822

85 184 269 229

2.7 7.4 8.4 7.6

118 677-1473

.460 170-466

.365 427-535 .798

767

6.5 1946 16.5

Totals

PCT

3FG-A

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

AVG

PTS

AVG

145 4.7 406 16.2 756 23.6 639 21.3

7. HOLLIS PRICE (1,821) A two-time first-team All-Big 12 selection and 2003 AP Big 12 Player of the Year ... Two-time Big 12 Tournament MVP (2002 and 2003) ... A USBWA, NABC, Sports Illustrated and Wooden Award first-team All-American in 2003 (finished third in Wooden Award balloting) ... Earned second-team AP All-America acclaim in 2003 (sixth in overall voting) ... Two-time member of Big 12’s All-Defense Team ... Holds OU records for free throw percentage in a season (.929) and a career (.861) ... Made 36 consecutive free throw attempts in 2003 to set school mark ... Holds school postseason records for games played (tied with Stacey King at 12), minutes played (393) and 3-pointers (21) ... Led team to 2002 Final Four and 2003 Elite Eight ... Won more games (110) than any other Sooner ... Ranks second at OU in 3-pointers (241), second in minutes played (4,296), second in games played (136), fourth in steals (224), sixth in assists (462) and 10th in field goals (611) ... OU went 110-26 (.809) in games he played. Season

G

FG-FGA

1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

34 33 35 34

82-183 130-300 205-451 194-428

.448 25-67 .433 38-111 .455 84-220 .453 94-217

.373 55-66 .342 90-111 .382 83-99 .433 130-140

.833 .811 .838 .929

76 86 109 93

2.2 2.6 3.1 2.7

136 611-1362

.449 241-615

.392 358-416 .861

364

2.7 1821 13.4

Totals

PCT

3FG-A

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

AVG

PTS

X At halftime of OU’s 2008 home game against Texas Tech, Stacey King became the fourth Sooner to have his jersey honored. The left-handed center averaged 24.0 points and 9.2 rebounds a game over his junior and senior seasons as OU went 65-10.

8. ALVAN ADAMS (1,707) Credited with the rebirth of Oklahoma basketball ... Noted as one of the top two rebounders in OU history ... An AllAmerican in 1974 and ’75 ... Also received Academic AllAmerica honors that season ... A three-time All-Big Eight Conference selection ... Named Big Eight Player of the Year in 1975 ... Ranks 14th in Big Eight history in rebounding ... Still holds single-game OU record for rebounds in a game with 28 in his first career outing (versus Indiana State) ... Also holds school records for rebound average in career (12.8) and field goal percentage in a game (1.000; 11-of-11) ... The first-round selection (fourth pick overall) of the Phoenix Suns in the 1975 NBA Draft ... Named NBA Rookie of the Year in 1976 ... Played 13 years in Phoenix and ended his career as the Suns’ all-time leading scorer (13,910 points) ... Led Suns to the 1976 NBA finals. Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

1972-73 1973-74 1974-75

21 26 26

195-356 236-437 279-524

.548 .540 .532

Totals

73 710-1317

.539

Minor

3FG-A

––– ––– ––– –––

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

––– 74-110 .673 ––– 80-116 .690 ––– 133-183 .727 ––– 287-409 .702

Price

AVG

277 13.1 315 12.1 346 13.3

PTS

AVG

464 22.1 552 21.2 691 26.6

938 12.8 1707 23.4

Adams

AVG

244 7.2 388 11.8 577 16.5 612 18.0

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A two-time first-team All-Big Eight selection ... Named AP Big Eight Player of the Year in 1994-95 as a junior after averaging 23.6 points and 8.4 rebounds ... Named Big Eight Player of the Week three times that year ... Runner-up in conference player-of-the-year balloting his senior season ... Broke his own school record for consecutive made free throws with 30 in a nine-game stretch as a senior ... Ranks 11th on OU all-time rebounding list with 767 ... Made the fourth most 3-pointers in OU history (170) ... Selected in the second round (32nd overall) of the 1996 NBA Draft by the Philadelphia 76ers ... Also a standout in baseball ... Member of 1994 College World Series champion team ... Played 46 games with the Baltimore Orioles in 1999 ... Replaced Cal Ripken Jr. in Baltimore’s lineup Sept. 20, 1998, ending Ripken’s major league record of 2,632 consecutive games played.


OKLAHOMA

1,000-POINT SCORERS 9. EDUARDO NAJERA (1,646) Earned first-team All-Big 12 and third-team All-America honors his senior year ... Named the Chip Hilton National Player of the Year that season for excellence on and off the court ... Ranked second in the Big 12 in scoring (18.4 ppg) and rebounding (9.2 rpg) as a senior ... Named to the 2000 Big 12 Tournament all-tourney squad ... A second-team AllBig 12 selection as a junior in 1998-99 when he averaged 15.5 points, 8.3 rebounds and 2.2 assists ... Averaged 14.7 points and 11.7 boards over three 1999 NCAA Tournament games ... Converted 51 threepointers his junior season after making a combined 16 during his first two campaigns ... Selected 39th overall by the Houston Rockets in the 2000 NBA Draft and was promptly traded to the Dallas Mavericks ... Traded to Golden State Warriors in 2004 and to Denver Nuggets in 2005 ... Signed with New Jersey Nets in 2008. Season

G

FG-FGA

1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00

30 30 32 34

72-178 119-280 187-451 234-514

.404 3-15 .425 13-49 .415 51-149 .455 18-82

.200 64-92 .265 64-101 .342 70-109 .220 139-202

.696 .634 .642 .688

167 163 266 314

5.6 5.4 8.3 9.2

126 612-1423

.430 85-295

.288 337-504 .669

910

7.2 1646 13.1

Totals

PCT

3FG-A

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

AVG

PTS

AVG

211 7.0 315 10.5 495 15.5 625 18.4

THE RECORDS

10. DON SIDLE (1,548) One of the first “big men” in the Sooner program ... Captured All-America honors in 1967 and 1968 ... Also named to the Big Eight All-Conference squads those seasons ... Ended his Oklahoma career owning 11 school records including most points (1,548) and rebounds (767) for a career ... Ranks third in career scoring average (20.4 ppg.) ... The first player in OU modern history to score more than 40 points in a game (42 vs. Missouri in 1967) ... Picked by San Francisco in the third round of the 1968 NBA Draft. Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

1965-66 1966-67 1967-68

25 25 26

151-317 206-374 189-321

.476 .551 .589

Totals

76 546-1012

.540

3FG-A

––– ––– ––– –––

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

––– 139-203 .685 ––– 180-266 .677 ––– 137-206 .665 ––– 456-675 .676

AVG

228 9.1 274 10.9 260 10.0

PTS

XTwo-time All-American Don Sidle is one of three Sooners to average more than 20.0 points per game for his career. Wayman Tisdale and Alvan Adams are the others.

AVG

441 17.6 592 23.7 515 19.8

762 10.0 1548 20.4

11. JOHN McCULLOUGH (1,507)

12. CHUCKY BARNETT (1,462)

Named Big Eight Conference Player of the Year in 1979 ... One of five OU players to receive the honor ... A two-time All-Big Eight selection (1977 and 1979) ... Led OU to its first Big Eight title in 1979 and first league crown in 30 years ... Ended his career as the third-leading all-time scorer at Oklahoma ... Stands ninth on the school’s all-time assists chart (381) and ranks in top 20 in career rebounds (606) ... Set OU postseason record with 11 assists versus Texas in 1979 NCAA Tournament ... Picked in the fourth round of 1979 NBA Draft by the Kansas City Kings.

An All-Big Eight performer as a junior in 1982 when he helped OU to the NIT semifinals ... Named to the NIT all-tournament team ... Shares the Oklahoma single-game postseason record for field goals (14 vs. Bradley in 1982 NIT) with six others ... Led the Big Eight in scoring in 1983 (18.9 ppg) ... Finished his career as the fourth-leading scorer in school history ... Selected by the Houston Rockets in the fifth round of the 1983 NBA Draft.

Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79

25 28 25 31

97-213 164-368 140-281 207-441

.455 .446 .498 .469

109 608-1303

.467

Totals

3FG-A

––– ––– ––– ––– –––

PCT

––– ––– ––– –––

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

42-52 97-123 65-86 67-82

.807 .789 .756 .817

––– 271-343 .790

AVG

PTS

AVG

103 189 139 175

4.1 6.8 5.6 5.6

236 9.4 425 15.2 345 13.8 501 16.1

606

5.6 1507 13.8

Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83

9 27 33 28

8-18 220-483 272-511 144-303

.444 .456 .532 .475

Totals

97 644-1315

.490

Najera

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3FG-A

––– ––– ––– ––– –––

PCT

––– ––– ––– –––

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

0-0 58-84 80-106 36-46

.000 .691 .755 .783

––– 174-236 .737

McCullough

AVG

PTS

AVG

2 155 126 87

0.2 5.7 3.8 3.1

16 1.8 498 18.4 624 18.9 324 11.6

370

3.8 1462 15.1

Barnett


SOONERS

1,000-POINT SCORERS 13. HARVEY GRANT (1,391)

16. DAVID JOHNSON (1,344)

One of just four Sooners to amass 1,000 points after transferring from junior college ... Big Eight Conference Newcomer of the Year in 1987 after averaging 16.9 points and 9.9 boards ... Collected All-Big Eight honors as a senior and was named to league’s postseason all-tournament team ... Helped lead the 1988 team to the NCAA Championship game ... Ended his career as the 10th-leading rebounder in OU history ... Set school records for rebounds in a postseason game (17) and boards in a game at Lloyd Noble Center (23) ... 816 points in 1988 season rank as fifth-highest single-season OU total ... Picked by the Washington Bullets in the first round (12th overall) of the 1988 NBA Draft.

A part-time starter in his four years and was a member of the same recruiting class as Tim McCalister and Darryl Kennedy ... Played in 133 games, fourth most in Oklahoma history ... Ranks 15th in career points, eighth in rebounds (810), 10th in free throw attempts (515) and 11th in free throws made (332) ... Selected to the Big Eight postseason all-tournament team in 1986 ... Was selected by the Dallas Mavericks in the fourth round (89th overall) of the 1987 NBA Draft.

Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-A

1986-87 1987-88

34 39

228-427 350-640

.534 .547

0-1 3-14

.000 119-163 .730 .214 113-155 .729

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

338 365

AVG

9.9 9.4

PTS

AVG

Totals

73 578-1067

.542

3-15

.200 232-318 .729

703

9.6 1391 19.0

575 16.9 816 20.9

FG-FGA

PCT

.468 .487 .496 .465

––– 60-92 .652 ––– 84-138 .609 ––– 111-167 .665 .000 77-118 .653

AVG

103-220 116-238 188-379 99-213

––– ––– ––– 0-0

PCT REBS

33 36 34 30

205 203 235 167

6.2 5.6 6.9 5.6

133 506-1050

.482

0-0

.000 332-515 .645

810

6.1 1344 10.1

Totals

3FG-A

PCT

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

266 8.1 316 8.8 487 14.3 275 9.2

Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-A

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93

32 29 30 32

95-230 97-274 87-223 139-354

.413 .354 .390 .341

58-137 65-192 60-146 76-223

.423 .339 .411 .341

40-56 57-72 74-108 95-135

.714 .791 .718 .704

88 87 97 86

.371 266-371 .717

358

.387 259-698

AVG

2.7 3.0 3.2 2.7

PTS

AVG

288 8.9 316 11.1 308 10.3 449 14.0

2.9 1361 11.1

Regarded as one of the best defensive guards in NCAA history ... Named Big Eight Newcomer of the Year in 1988 ... Earned All-America and all-conference honors in 1989 ... Set the NCAA single-season steals record (150) as a junior ... Became first player in NCAA history to record 200 assists and 100 steals in consecutive seasons ... Holds NCAA record for most steals in a game (13, twice) ... Averaged an incredible 3.8 steals per game during his career ... Ranks first on OU career steals list (281) and fifth on assists list (465) despite playing just two seasons ... A first-round selection (12th overall) by New Jersey Nets in 1989 NBA Draft ... A 1994 NBA All-Star and All-Defensive First Team pick in 1994 and 1995. Season

G

FG-FGA

3FG-A

PCT

FT-FTA

1987-88 1988-89

39 35

241-524 272-598

.460 78-201 .454 91-245

PCT

.388 .371

78-114 .684 65-100 .650

PCT REBS

162 164

AVG

4.1 4.7

PTS

AVG

Totals

74 513-1122

.457 169-446

.379 143-214 .668

326

4.4 1338 18.1

638 16.4 700 20.0

15. TONY CROCKER (1,351)

18. BLAKE GRIFFIN (1,278)

One of 13 Sooners to reach 1,000 career points before his senior season ... Started 125 games (five shy of school record), including his last 96 ... Finished OU career ranked fifth in games played (132), fourth in 3-point field goals (198) and tied for third in 3-point field goal attempts (540) ... One of two players in OU history (Ryan Minor) to amass at least 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 150 3-pointers ... Led Big 12 guards in rebounding (6.2) and double-doubles (seven) as a senior ... Set a Big 12 record for points in a half with 29 in first against Centenary his senior season (made seven 3-pointers in the half) ... Made six treys and scored 28 points against Syracuse in 2009 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 game.

The consensus 2008-09 national player of the year ... OU’s first winner of Naismith Award, Wooden Award or Oscar Robertson Trophy ... Played two seasons before being selected No. 1 overall in 2009 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Clippers ... Finished OU career ranked first in field goal percentage (.618), second in rebounds per game (11.8), third in double-doubles (40) and sixth in points per game (18.8) ... Set OU and Big 12 records his sophomore year for rebounds (504), rebounding average (14.4), field goal percentage (.654) and double-doubles (30) ... His 504 boards as a sophomore were NCAA’s most since Larry Bird’s 505 in 1978-79 and his 30 double-doubles were one shy of NCAA single-season record ... Led OU to 2009 NCAA Tournament Elite Eight by averaging 28.5 points, 15.0 rebounds and 2.3 assists (shot .780 from field) over four games ... Recorded Big 12’s first-ever game of at least 40 points and 20 rebounds (vs. Texas Tech in 2009) ... A first-team All-Big 12 selection and 90 as a freshman.

Season

G

FG-FGA

3FG-A

PCT

FT-FTA

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

31 35 36 30

95-211 131-297 113-287 118-288

.450 35-98 .441 64-151 .394 59-169 .410 40-122

.357 .424 .349 .328

43-58 68-94 61-79 67-91

.741 .723 .772 .736

114 132 114 185

3.7 3.8 3.2 6.2

132 457-1083

.422 198-540

.367 239-322 .742

545

4.1 1351 10.2

Totals

Grant

PCT

PCT REBS

Evans

AVG

PTS

AVG

268 8.6 394 11.3 346 9.6 343 11.4

Crocker

Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-A

2007-08 2008-09

33 35

184-324 300-459

.568 .654

0-2 3-8

.000 116-197 .589 .375 191-324 .590

301 9.1 504 14.4

Totals

68

484-783

.618

3-10

.300 307-521 .589

805 11.8 1278 18.8

Johnson

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

Blaylock

AVG

PTS

AVG

484 14.7 794 22.7

Griffin

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THE RECORDS

Holds OU career records in assists (651), 3-pointers (259) and 3-point attempts (698) ... Also holds Big Eight records for 3-pointers and 3-point attempts ... Trails only Mookie Blaylock on the school’s all-time steals list (265) ... Tied for third in postseason games played (10) ... An honorable mention All-Big Eight selection in 1992 and 1993 ... A member of the Big Eight’s All-Academic team all four years ... Served as OU’s director of basketball operations in 200102 .... Currently head coach at Central Oklahoma.

123 418-1081

G

1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87

17. MOOKIE BLAYLOCK (1,338)

14. TERRY EVANS (1,361)

Totals

Season


OKLAHOMA

1,000-POINT SCORERS 19. AL BEAL (1,245)

22. GARFIELD HEARD (1,227)

One of the top rebounders in Oklahoma history ... Stands fourth on OU’s career list with 917 boards ... Set a singleseason school record for field goal percentage in 1979 (.627) ... Career field goal percentage mark of .557 ranks sixth in OU history ... Shot at least .500 from the field all four years ...Ranks first in career blocked shots with 230 ... The third-round selection of the Milwaukee Bucks in the 1980 NBA Draft.

OU’s first true superstar ... Was an All-Big Eight performer as a senior when he averaged 21.7 points and 12.5 rebounds ... Left school as the second-leading career scorer and top rebounder ... Career rebounding average (10.6) ranks third behind Alvan Adams and Blake Griffin ... Rebounding average (12.5) in 1970 stands as fourth highest in OU annals ... The first-round pick (third overall) of the Seattle Supersonics in the 1970 NBA Draft ... Played 11 seasons in the NBA and helped Phoenix to the 1976 championship series ... Averaged 8.7 points and 7.5 rebounds during his pro career.

Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80

28 27 31 27

97-194 127-234 158-252 114-210

.500 .542 .627 .543

113

496-890

.557

Totals

3FG-A

––– ––– ––– ––– –––

PCT

––– ––– ––– –––

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

59-94 65-127 73-119 56-93

.628 .512 .613 .602

––– 253-433 .584

AVG

PTS

AVG

197 215 282 223

7.0 8.0 9.1 8.3

253 9.1 319 11.8 389 12.5 284 10.5

917

8.1 1245 11.0

Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

1967-68 1968-69 1969-70

26 25 27

128-264 131-309 231-479

.484 .424 .482

Totals

78 490-1052

.466

3FG-A

––– ––– ––– –––

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

––– 54-102 .529 ––– 67-123 .545 ––– 126-187 .674 ––– 247-412 .600

AVG

250 4.6 243 4.7 337 12.5

PTS

AVG

310 11.9 329 13.2 588 21.7

830 10.6 1227 15.7

20. AARON CURRY (1,237) 23. BOBBY JACK (1,219)

THE RECORDS

Member of the 1979 Big Eight champion Sooners ... Played in 110 career games ... Averaged 15.1 points per game his senior year when he shot a career-high .545 from the field ... A good shooter who sported a .500 career field goal percentage and .753 free throw mark ... Selected in the third round (98th overall) of the 1980 NBA Draft by the New Jersey Nets. Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80

28 25 31 26

111-240 123-241 127-269 166-305

.463 .510 .472 .545

110 527-1055

.500

Totals

3FG-A

––– ––– ––– ––– –––

PCT

––– ––– ––– –––

FT-FTA

38-54 32-43 52-65 61-81

PCT REBS

.704 .744 .800 .753

––– 183-243 .753

AVG

PTS

AVG

97 104 135 161

3.5 4.2 4.4 6.2

260 9.3 278 11.1 306 9.9 393 15.1

497

4.5 1237 11.2

21. DAVID LITTLE (1,229) Named 1982 Big Eight Newcomer of the Year after transferring from Texas Tech ... Also named to the Big Eight postseason all-tournament team as a junior ... A unanimous All-Big Eight selection in 1983 ... Left OU as the school’s seventh-leading scorer ... Ranks seventh on Oklahoma’s career scoring average list (18.6) ... Career free throw percentage (.822) ranks fourth at OU ... Selected in the third round (61st overall) of the 1983 NBA Draft by the Denver Nuggets. Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

1981-82 1982-83

33 33

231-497 231-454

.465 .509

Totals

66

462-951

.486

3FG-A

––– ––– –––

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

AVG

166 207

5.0 6.3

373

5.7 1229 18.6

––– 305-371 .822

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Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

1969-70 1970-71 1971-72

28 27 26

129-265 188-353 161-363

.487 .532 .443

Totals

81

478-981

.487

3FG-A

––– ––– ––– –––

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

AVG

100 177 194

3.6 6.5 7.5

471

5.8 1219 15.0

––– 63-83 .759 ––– 92-124 .742 ––– 108-145 .745 ––– 263-352 .747

PTS

AVG

321 11.5 468 17.3 430 16.5

24. COREY BREWER (1,211)

––– 150-181 .829 ––– 155-190 .816

Beal

An All-Big Eight Conference selection in 1972 ... Known for his solid defensive play and rebounding ability ... Collected 471 rebounds in three seasons ... Averaged 16.5 points and 7.5 boards his senior season ... Tied an Oklahoma postseason single-game record with 14 field goals versus Hawaii in 1971 NIT ... Also played baseball and led the Sooners to a Big Eight title and the College World Series ... Signed with Major League Baseball’s Atlanta Braves after he was drafted by the NBA’s Cincinnati franchise ... Son (Aaron) played basketball at Texas A&M (lettered 1998-01).

Curry

PTS

AVG

612 18.5 617 18.7

Little

Started in each of OU’s 63 games during his two years ... One of four junior college transfers to score 1,000 points at Oklahoma ... Became sixth-fastest Sooner (tied with Brent Price) to reach 1,000 points (54 games) ... One of three finalists for 1998 Big 12 Player of the Year when he averaged 20.8 points ... Averaged a Big 12-best 24.4 points in league play ... Named Big 12 Newcomer of the Year in 1997 (averaged 17.5 points) ... Career scoring average (19.2) ranks fourth in OU history ... Holds third- and fifth-best marks for made free throws in a season (192 and 186) ... Named to the Big 12 postseason all-tournament team in 1997 and 1998. Season

G

FG-FGA

1996-97 1997-98

30 33

158-371 214-499

.426 17-63 .429 72-192

PCT

.270 192-246 .780 .375 186-233 .798

135 186

4.5 5.6

Totals

63

372-870

.428 89-255

.349 378-479 .789

321

5.1 1211 19.2

Heard

3FG-A

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

Jack

AVG

PTS

AVG

525 17.5 686 20.8

Brewer


SOONERS

1,000-POINT SCORERS 25. LES LANE (1,180)

28. KEVIN BOOKOUT (1,108)

The first Sooner to reach the 1,000-point plateau ... An AllBig Seven Conference pick in 1954 and 1955 ... Garnered Helms Foundation All-America honors in 1955 when he averaged 19.6 points ... One of only two 1,000-point scorers in OU history (Corey Brewer is the other) to have converted more free throws (418) than field goals (381) in his career ... Starting point guard on gold-medal-winning 1960 USA Olympic basketball team that went 8-0 in Rome (team was inducted into Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in August 2010) ... Served as Mexico’s head coach in 1968 Olympics in Mexico City (team finished in fifth place with a 7-2 record) ... Lettered two years in football as a defensive halfback under head coach Bud Wilkinson and lettered in track and field as a pole vaulter ... Named OU basketball head coach in the spring of 1974 but died five months later without coaching a game.

Finished his career ranked second in school history in field goal percentage (.574) and 14th in rebounds (682) ... Started in 107 of his 108 career games (yielded as a freshman on Senior Day) ... An ESPN The Magazine third-team Academic All-American as a senior ... A two-time first-team Academic All-Big 12 selection ... Earned third-team All-Big Eight honors as a junior and honorable mention acclaim as a senior ... Named to Big 12 All-Freshman Team in 2003 as Sooners advanced to NCAA Tournament’s Elite Eight ... Battled multiple injuries throughout his career and played in just 13 games as a sophomore ... A three-time All-American in the shot put.

Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55

24 21 21 21

51-160 73-230 122-339 135-409

.319 .315 .360 .330

Totals

87 381-1138

.335

3FG-A

––– ––– ––– ––– –––

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

––– 50-78 .641 ––– 73-106 .689 ––– 153-196 .781 ––– 142-202 .702 ––– 418-582 .718

AVG

––– ––– ––– ––– ––– ––– 84 4.0 –––

PTS

AVG

152 6.3 219 10.4 397 18.8 412 19.6

Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-A

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06

34 13 32 29

142-242 47-91 158-267 129-229

.587 .516 .592 .563

0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1

.000 .000 .000 .000

34-62 5-12 51-88 66-105

.548 .417 .580 .629

202 71 210 199

5.9 5.5 6.6 6.9

108

476-829

.574

0-2

.000 156-267 .584

682

6.3 1108 10.3

Totals

AVG

PTS

AVG

318 9.4 99 7.6 367 11.5 324 11.2

––– 1180 13.6

29. TERRY STOTTS (1,104)

A starter in 64 of 65 games at OU after transferring from South Carolina following his sophomore season ... A firstteam All-Big Eight selection as a senior ... His 56 points against Loyola Marymount in his junior campaign stand as the second most in OU history (five off the record) ... Career scoring average of 18.0 is the third highest among all OU guards ... Holds school single-game records for 3-pointers (11) and 3-point attempts (19) ... Led the team in assists and steals his two years as a Sooner ... Picked by the Washington Bullets in the second round of the 1992 NBA Draft ... Played nine NBA seasons. Season

G

FG-FGA

1990-91 1991-92

35 30

178-428 182-391

.416 91-224 .465 76-194

PCT

3FG-A

.406 161-198 .838 .392 120-152 .789

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

127 111

AVG

3.6 3.7

PTS

AVG

Totals

65

360-819

.439 167-418

.399 281-350 .802

238

3.7 1173 18.0

613 17.5 560 18.7

Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80

20 13 31 27

34-104 50-96 186-373 184-355

.327 .522 .499 .518

Totals

91

454-928

.489

3FG-A

––– ––– ––– ––– –––

PCT

––– ––– ––– –––

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

13-17 20-28 76-98 87-110

.765 .714 .776 .791

––– 196-253 .775

AVG

PTS

AVG

59 55 175 125

2.9 4.2 5.7 4.6

81 4.1 120 9.2 448 14.5 455 16.9

414

4.5 1104 12.1

30. DAMON PATTERSON (1,099) 27. WILLIE ROGERS (1,153)

A versatile player who started his last 46 games as a Sooner ... Played all five positions during his career ... A second-team All-Big Eight selection as a senior in 1992 after averaging 20.6 points and 8.7 rebounds ... Named to the Big Eight postseason all-tournament team that same year by averaging 19.5 points and 8.0 boards ... Won the conference rebounding title (league games only) as a senior by averaging 8.9 caroms.

A steady contributor at OU who reached the 1,000-point mark despite playing only three seasons ... Left as the school’s fourth-leading scorer and third-leading rebounder ... Best season was the 1966-67 campaign when he averaged 16.5 points and 8.5 rebounds ... Selected in the eighth round of the 1969 NBA Draft by the Seattle SuperSonics. Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

1965-66 1966-67 1967-68

25 24 26

162-350 148-328 135-283

.463 .451 .477

Totals

75

445-961

.463

Lane

3FG-A

––– ––– ––– –––

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

AVG

211 204 140

8.4 8.5 5.4

555

7.4 1153 15.4

––– 76-116 .655 ––– 100-132 .758 ––– 87-120 .725 ––– 263-368 .715

Price

PTS

AVG

400 16.0 396 16.5 357 13.7

Rogers

Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-A

1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92

26 32

47-105 154-306

.448 .503

30

253-523

.484

5-18 .278 9-17 .529 14-42 .333 50-73 .685 — DID NOT PLAY — 29-78 .372 84-120 .700

Totals

88

454-934

.486 48-138

Bookout

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

.347 143-210 .681

Stotts

71 197

AVG

PTS

AVG

2.8 6.2

108 4.2 372 11.6

261

8.7

619 20.6

529

6.0 1099 12.5

Patterson

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THE RECORDS

An All-Big Eight selection in 1980 as a senior when he averaged 16.9 points and 4.6 rebounds ... A three-time Academic All-Big Eight pick (1978, 1979 and 1980) ... Received an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship in 1980 ... Picked by the Houston Rockets in the second round (38th overall) of the 1980 NBA Draft ... Served as the Milwaukee Bucks head coach during the 2005-06 and 2006-07 seasons ... Also served as Atlanta Hawks head coach during 2002-03 and 2003-04 seasons.

26. BRENT PRICE (1,173)


OKLAHOMA

1,000-POINT SCORERS 31. JOE KING (1,085)

34. RAYMOND WHITLEY (1,019)

An All-Big Seven Conference selection in 1956 and an All-Big Eight pick in 1958 ... Led the Sooners in scoring in 1958 with a 15.7 average ... Left Oklahoma as the school’s second all-time leading scorer ... Ranks in top 20 on OU’s career rebounding chart with 583 ... Served as the sports editor for OU’s school newspaper, The Oklahoma Daily, in 1957 ... Picked in the sixth round of the 1958 NBA Draft by the New York Knicks (44th overall).

An athletic guard who helped Oklahoma to the 1979 NCAA Tournament (its first since 1947) ... Scored 25 points to lead OU past Texas in the Midwest Regional and was featured in Sports Illustrated following his performance ... Played in 110 career games ... 1980 free throw percentage (.808) stood as the second-best single-season mark in school history at the time ... Was injured and did not play during the 1980-81 season.

Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

1955-56 1956-57 1957-58

23 23 23

126-311 127-349 138-312

.405 .364 .442

Totals

69

391-972

.402

3FG-A

––– ––– ––– –––

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

AVG

219 186 178

9.5 8.1 7.7

583

8.4 1085 15.7

––– 104-157 .662 ––– 115-171 .672 ––– 84-128 .656 ––– 303-456 .664

PTS

AVG

356 15.5 369 16.0 360 15.7

THE RECORDS

G

FG-FGA

PCT

28 27 25

114-260 150-320 126-246

.438 .469 .512

Totals

80

390-826

.472

3FG-A

––– ––– ––– –––

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

AVG

95 92 73

3.4 3.4 2.9

––– 120-156 .769 ––– 96-120 .800 ––– 82-96 .854 ––– 298-372 .801

FG-FGA

PCT

25 31 27 27

84-179 139-287 148-286 53-112

.469 .484 .517 .473

110

424-864

.491

260

PTS

3FG-A

––– ––– ––– ––– –––

PCT

––– ––– ––– –––

FT-FTA

30-49 63-78 58-89 20-35

PCT REBS

.612 .808 .652 .571

––– 171-251 .681

42 82 54 28 206

AVG

1.7 2.6 2.0 1.0

PTS

AVG

198 7.9 341 11.0 354 13.1 126 4.7

1.9 1019

9.3

35. AARON McGHEE (1,001)

A three-year starter who missed just one game during his career ... Named the nation’s most outstanding player under six feet by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1972 ... Left OU as the school’s seventh-leading all-time scorer ... Career free throw percentage (.801) rates as seventh best in OU history ... Shot .854 from free throw line in 1971-72 (school’s third best single-season mark) ... Participated in the 1972 Olympic Trials ... Also played tennis at Oklahoma and was a Big Eight singles champion in 1972 ... Received an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.

1969-70 1970-71 1971-72

G

1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1981-82 Totals

32. SCOTT MARTIN (1,078)

Season

Season

AVG

348 12.4 396 14.7 334 13.4

3.3 1078 13.5

A junior college transfer who began his collegiate career at Cincinnati ... Played two years at Oklahoma and started all 69 of his games ... Named a first-team All-Big 12 selection by league coaches in 2002 and was a member of Big 12 AllTournament and All-Improved Teams that year ... Averaged 16.0 points and team-high 7.7 rebounds as a senior in helping OU to Final Four ... Won Big 12 Tournament titles in both his seasons as a Sooner ... Left-handed forward shot .391 (43-for-110) from three-point range and .800 from foul line at Oklahoma ... Averaged 21.8 points and 7.2 rebounds in five NCAA Tournament games in 2002 ... One of five junior college transfers to score 1,000 points at OU. Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-A

PCT

2000-01 2001-02

33 36

150-326 203-443

.460 .458

22-45 21-65

.489 104-135 .770 .323 148-180 .822

FT-FTA

PCT REBS

159 278

AVG

5.8 7.7

PTS

AVG

Totals

69

353-769

.459 43-110

.391 252-315 .800

437

6.3 1001 14.5

426 12.9 575 16.0

33. CARY CARRABINE (1,034) 36. NATE ERDMANN (1,000)

Played in 111 career games at Oklahoma ... A Big Eight All-Academic team member in 1977 ... Career free throw percentage (.787) ranked as third best in school history at the time ... Served as Sooner co-captain his final two seasons ... Recipient of the Jay Myers award in 1976 (given by OU to a freshman student-athlete for combined excellence in athletics and academics). Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79

25 28 27 31

107-243 122-267 113-280 70-172

.440 .457 .403 .407

111

412-962

.428

Totals

3FG-A

––– ––– ––– ––– –––

PCT

––– ––– ––– –––

FT-FTA

41-50 57-76 54-70 58-71

PCT REBS

.820 .750 .771 .817

––– 210-267 .787

King

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51 66 92 55 264

AVG

2.0 2.4 3.4 1.8

PTS

AVG

255 10.2 301 10.8 280 10.4 198 6.4

2.4 1034

9.3

Carrabine

One of Oklahoma’s best perimeter shooters of all time ... Set school single-season records for 3-pointers (105) and 3-point attempts (257) in 1996-97 (both marks still stand) ... Made at least three 3-pointers in 23 of 30 games as a senior ... Second-team All-Big 12 selection his final season ... Finished that campaign third in the Big 12 in scoring (20.5) ... One of five junior college transfers to score 1,000 points at OU ... Picked in the second round (57th overall) of the 1997 NBA Draft by the Utah Jazz. Season

G

FG-FGA

3FG-A

PCT

FT-FTA

1995-96 1996-97

30 30

148-295 206-462

.502 36-99 .446 105-257

PCT

.364 .409

53-74 .716 98-135 .726

169 145

5.6 4.8

Totals

60

354-757

.468 141-356

.396 151-209 .722

314

5.2 1000 16.7

Whitley

PCT REBS

McGhee

AVG

PTS

AVG

385 12.8 615 20.5

Erdmann


SOONERS

SINGLE-GAME SCORING HIGHS PTS

PLAYER

OPPONENT

YEAR

X X Tim McCalister

XWayman Tisdale scored more than 40 points five times in his illustrious three-year career and topped 50 points on three occasions.

PTS

PLAYER

OPPONENT

YEAR

36................ Alvan Adams .............................Oklahoma State ......................................1973 35................ Willie Warren .............................Arkansas .................................................2009 35................ Blake Griffin...............................Gardner-Webb ........................................2009 35................ Jason Detrick .............................Colorado ..................................................2004 35................ Jeff Webster ..............................Baylor......................................................1994 35................ Jeff Webster ..............................Oregon State ..........................................1994 35................ Bryatt Vann................................DePaul.....................................................1993 35................ Jeff Webster...............................Texas .......................................................1990 35................ Brent Price ................................Angelo State ...........................................1990 35................ Skeeter Henry ............................Arkansas-Little Rock................................1990 35................ Stacey King ................................Missouri ..................................................1988 35................ Tim McCalister ..........................Kansas State............................................1987 35................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Loyola of Chicago ....................................1985 34................ Nate Erdmann ...........................Nebraska .................................................1997 34................ Ryan Minor ................................Colorado ..................................................1995 34................ Kermit Holmes...........................Loyola Marymount ..................................1990 34................ Mookie Blaylock ........................Louisiana Tech .........................................1989 34................ Stacey King ...............................Ohio State ...............................................1988 34................ Harvey Grant .............................Louisville .................................................1988 34................ Stacey King ................................Kansas State ...........................................1988 34................ Harvey Grant .............................Georgia State ..........................................1987 34................ Tim McCalister ..........................Kansas State............................................1987 34................ Tim McCalister ...........................Missouri ..................................................1987 34................ Stacey King ................................Missouri ..................................................1987 34................ Darryl Kennedy ..........................Kansas.....................................................1985 34................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Oklahoma City.........................................1984 34................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Illinois .....................................................1983 34................ Chucky Barnett ..........................Oklahoma City.........................................1982 34 ............... Alvan Adams .............................Oklahoma State ......................................1974 34................ Alvan Adams .............................Indiana State...........................................1972 34................ Garfield Heard ...........................Louisville .................................................1970

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61................ Wayman Tisdale ........................UT San Antonio .......................................1984 56................ Brent Price .................................Loyola Marymount ..................................1990 55................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Southwestern (Texas)..............................1985 51................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Abilene Christian ....................................1983 48................ Stacey King ................................UNLV .......................................................1989 46................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Iowa State ...............................................1983 44................ Jeff Webster...............................SMU ........................................................1994 44................ Tim McCalister ...........................Brigham Young........................................1986 44................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Hawaii .....................................................1983 43................ Alvan Adams .............................Iowa State ...............................................1975 42................ Don Sidle ...................................Missouri ..................................................1967 41................ Jeff Webster...............................Colorado ..................................................1994 41................ Skeeter Henry ............................Loyola Marymount ..................................1989 41................ Darryl Kennedy ..........................Chicago State ..........................................1986 40................ Blake Griffin...............................Texas Tech ...............................................2009 40................ Bryatt Vann................................Colorado ..................................................1993 40................ Tony Martin ...............................Sam Houston State..................................1989 40................ Stacey King ................................Missouri ..................................................1988 40................ Harvey Grant .............................Oral Roberts ............................................1987 39................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Georgia Tech ............................................1983 39................ Garfield Heard ...........................Xavier ......................................................1970 39................ Sherman Norton ........................Stanford ..................................................1951 38................ Tommy Mason-Griffin................Iowa State ...............................................2010 38................ Mookie Blaylock ........................Iowa State ...............................................1989 38................ Stacey King ...............................Missouri ..................................................1989 38................ David Little ................................Tulsa........................................................1983 38................ Alvan Adams .............................Iowa State ...............................................1973 38................ Lester Lane ................................Iowa State ..............................................1955 38................ Gerald Tucker .............................Nebraska .................................................1947 37................ Mookie Blaylock ........................Pittsburgh ...............................................1989 37................ Stacey King ................................Auburn ....................................................1988 37................ Shawn Clark ..............................Arizona State...........................................1984 37................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Kansas State ...........................................1985 37................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Colorado ..................................................1985 37................ David Little ...............................Pan American ..........................................1982 36................ Corey Brewer .............................Missouri ..................................................1998 36................ Corey Brewer .............................Texas .......................................................1998 36................ Ryan Minor ................................UC Irvine .................................................1995 36................ Jeff Webster...............................Colorado ..................................................1991 36................ Stacey King ................................Missouri ..................................................1989 36................ Stacey King ...............................Iowa State ...............................................1988 36................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Southern Cal............................................1984 36................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Nicholls State ..........................................1984 36................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Oklahoma State.......................................1984 36................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Colorado (twice)......................................1984 36................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Dayton ....................................................1984 36................ Wayman Tisdale ........................St. Mary’s .................................................1983 36................ David Little ...............................Colorado ..................................................1982


OKLAHOMA

SINGLE-GAME SCORING HIGHS

THE RECORDS

PTS

PLAYER

OPPONENT

YEAR

34................ Don Sidle ...................................Nebraska .................................................1968 34................ Joe King .....................................Missouri ..................................................1956 33................ Tony Crocker ..............................Centenary................................................2010 33................ Blake Griffin...............................Michigan .................................................2009 33................ Blake Griffin...............................Oklahoma State.......................................2009 33................ Hollis Price .................................Connecticut .............................................2003 33................ Ebi Ere .......................................Hartford ..................................................2003 33................ Corey Brewer .............................Missouri ..................................................1997 33................ Ryan Minor ................................UT San Antonio .......................................1996 33................ Ryan Minor ................................Nebraska .................................................1996 33................ Calvin Curry ..............................Baylor......................................................1996 33................ William Davis.............................James Madison .......................................1990 33................ Stacey King ................................Iowa State ...............................................1989 33................ Tyrone Jones ..............................Loyola Marymount ..................................1988 33................ Mookie Blaylock ........................Southern Utah.........................................1988 33................ Stacey King ................................Texas A&M ..............................................1987 33 ............... Wayman Tisdale ........................Iowa State ..............................................1985 33................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Southwestern (Kan.) ...............................1984 33................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Syracuse ..................................................1984 33................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Nebraska .................................................1984 33 ............... David Little ................................Oral Roberts ............................................1982 33................ Garfield Heard ..........................Nebraska .................................................1970 32................ Blake Griffin...............................UAB .........................................................2009 32................ Aaron McGhee ...........................Montana State ........................................2001 32................ Ryan Minor ................................Oklahoma State.......................................1995 32................ Ryan Minor ................................Missouri ..................................................1995 32................ Jeff Webster...............................Tulsa........................................................1994 32................ Calvin Curry ...............................Colorado ..................................................1994 32................ Jeff Webster...............................Florida A&M ............................................1993 32................ Brent Price .................................Kansas State............................................1991 32................ Jeff Webster ..............................Duke........................................................1991 32................ Stacey King ................................Missouri ..................................................1989 32 ............... Tyrone Jones ..............................Texas A&M ..............................................1988 32................ Dave Sieger................................Nebraska .................................................1987 32................ Tim McCalister ..........................UNLV .......................................................1986 32................ Darryl Kennedy ..........................Kansas State............................................1986 32................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Northeast Louisiana ................................1985 32................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Virginia Tech............................................1983 32................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Missouri ..................................................1982 32................ David Little ................................Nebraksa .................................................1982 32................ David Little ................................Missouri ..................................................1982 32................ Alvan Adams .............................Tulsa........................................................1975 32................ Alvan Adams .............................Kansas.....................................................1975 32................ Alvan Adams .............................UC Santa Barbara ....................................1974 32................ Bobby Jack ................................Hawaii .....................................................1971 32................ Don Sidle ...................................Bradley....................................................1967 31................ Willie Warren .............................Rice .........................................................2009 31................ Drew Lavender ..........................Texas A&M ..............................................2004 31................ Hollis Price .................................Iowa State ...............................................2003 31................ Eduardo Najera ..........................Texas .......................................................2000 31................ Nate Erdmann ...........................Colorado ..................................................1997 31................ Ryan Minor ...............................Baylor......................................................1996 31................ Ryan Minor ..............................Arkansas .................................................1995 31................ Calvin Curry ...............................Colorado ..................................................1994 31................ Jeff Webster...............................Nebraska .................................................1994 31................ William Davis ...........................U.S. International ....................................1989 31................ Mookie Blaylock ........................Loyola Marymount ..................................1988 31................ Stacey King ................................Arkansas-Little Rock................................1980 31................ Stacey King ................................Dayton ....................................................1987 31................ Stacey King ................................New Mexico ............................................1988 31................ David Johnson ..........................Duke........................................................1986 31................ Tim McCalister ...........................SE Louisiana ............................................1986 31................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Morehead State.......................................1985 31................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Manhattan ..............................................1985 31................ Darryl Kennedy ..........................Hawaii-Hilo .............................................1985 31................ Tim McCalister ...........................Kansas.....................................................1984 31................ Tim McCalister ...........................Santa Clara ..............................................1984 31................ Wayman Tisdale ........................McNeese State.........................................1984 31................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Nebraska .................................................1984

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PTS

PLAYER

OPPONENT

YEAR

31................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Missouri ..................................................1984 31................ David Little ................................Colorado ..................................................1983 31................ Chucky Barnett ..........................Bradley....................................................1982 31................ Chucky Barnett .........................Oklahoma State.......................................1981 31................ Clifford Johnson.........................Bradley....................................................1977 31................ Garfield Heard ...........................Kansas State............................................1970 31................ Don Sidle ...................................Nebraska (twice) .....................................1967 31................ Eddie Evans................................Iowa State ...............................................1963 31 .............. Stan Morrison ............................Kansas State............................................1963 30................ Tommy Mason-Griffin................Oklahoma State.......................................2010 30................ Willie Warren .............................San Diego ................................................2010 30................ Blake Griffin...............................Syracuse ..................................................2009 30................ Hollis Price .................................Tulane .....................................................2001 30................ Corey Brewer .............................Oklahoma State.......................................1998 30................ Ryan Minor ................................Missouri ..................................................1996 30................ Ryan Minor ...............................Colorado ..................................................1996 30................ Ryan Minor ...............................Nebraska .................................................1995 30................ Ryan Minor ................................Maryland ................................................1994 30 ............... Jeff Webster...............................Kansas.....................................................1994 30................ Jeff Webster...............................Oklahoma State.......................................1994 30................ Terry Evans ................................Colorado ..................................................1991 30................ Tony Martin ..............................North Texas .............................................1990 30................ Jackie Jones ...............................Colorado ..................................................1990 30................ Mookie Blaylock ........................Kansas.....................................................1989 30................ Mookie Blaylock ........................SMU ........................................................1988 30................ Harvey Grant .............................Iowa State ...............................................1988 30................ Harvey Grant .............................Illinois State ............................................1987 30................ Mookie Blaylock ........................Georgia ...................................................1987 30................ Harvey Grant .............................Centenary................................................1987 30................ Darryl Kennedy ..........................Iowa State ...............................................1986 30................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Oklahoma State.......................................1985 30................ Tim McCalister ...........................UC Santa Barbara ....................................1985 30................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Kansas State............................................1984 30................ Wayman Tisdale ........................Kansas.....................................................1983 30 ............... David Little ................................Oklahoma State.......................................1982 30................ Larry Hendrix.............................Purdue ....................................................1981 30................ John McCullough .......................Texas .......................................................1978 30................ Alvan Adams .............................Kansas State............................................1975 30................ Garfield Heard ...........................Iowa State ...............................................1970 30................ Garfield Heard ...........................Oklahoma State.......................................1969 30................ Don Sidle ...................................Kansas ....................................................1967 30................ James Gatewood .......................Iowa State ...............................................1965 30................ Don Schwall ..............................Kansas.....................................................1957 30................ LeRoy Bacher .............................Nebraska .................................................1955 30................ Lester Lane ................................Ohio State ...............................................1954 30................ Marcus Freiberger ......................Kansas.....................................................1951 30................ Jimmy McNatt ...........................Nebraska .................................................1940


SOONERS

REBOUNDING AND ASSIST HIGHS REBOUNDS REBS. 1. 2. 3. 4.

7.

11.

17.

OPPONENT

DATE

28........... Alvan Adams ....................Indiana State ...................................Nov. 27, 1972 27........... Don Sidle ..........................TCU ....................................................Dec. 1, 1966 25........... Alvan Adams ....................Iowa State ......................................March 5, 1975 23........... Blake Griffin......................Texas Tech ........................................ Feb. 14, 2009 23........... Stacey King.......................Loyola Marymount .......................... Dec. 17, 1988 23........... Harvey Grant ....................Loyola-Chicago ..................................Dec. 5, 1987 23........... Paul Courty .......................vs. Baylor ......................................... Dec. 26, 1946 22........... Ernie Abercrombie ............Mississippi State .............................. Feb. 10, 1996 22........... Wayman Tisdale ...............vs. Texas-San Antonio ...................... Dec. 28, 1983 22........... Al Beal ..............................Kansas ............................................March 3, 1979 22........... Clifford Ray .......................Colorado .......................................................1968 21........... Blake Griffin......................at Missouri ......................................March 3, 2009 21........... Blake Griffin......................vs. Purdue ........................................Nov. 28, 2008 21........... Blake Griffin......................Gardner-Webb .................................Nov. 22, 2008 21........... Blake Griffin......................Davidson..........................................Nov. 18, 2008 21........... Kermit Holmes..................Loyola Marymount .......................... Dec. 15, 1990 21........... Stacey King.......................at Iowa State ....................................Jan. 30, 1988 21........... Alvan Adams ....................Wichita State ................................... Dec. 21, 1974 21........... Alvan Adams ....................Furman ............................................ Dec. 14, 1974 21........... Tom Holland .....................Colorado ............................................ Feb. 9, 1974 21........... Don Sidle ..........................Missouri ............................................Jan. 29, 1966 20........... Bryan Sallier .....................Texas................................................ Dec. 10, 1991 20........... Harvey Grant ....................Sam Houston State ............................Dec. 7, 1987 20........... Clifford Ray .......................Texas-Arlington ................................Jan. 25, 1969 20........... LeRoy Bacher ....................Kansas ............................................. Feb. 16, 1955 19........... Blake Griffin......................vs. Oklahoma State .......................March 12, 2009 19........... Blake Griffin......................at Oklahoma State ............................Jan. 26, 2009 19........... Blake Griffin......................Mississippi Valley State ....................Nov. 17, 2008 19........... Aaron McGhee ..................St. Bonaventure .................................Dec. 5, 2001 19........... Harvey Grant ....................vs. Oral Roberts ................................ Dec. 29, 1987 19........... Harvey Grant ....................Nebraska ......................................... Feb. 21, 1987 19........... Wayman Tisdale ...............at Iowa State ....................................Jan. 11, 1984 19........... Darryl Johnson .................McNeese State ................................... Jan. 4, 1984 19........... Al Beal ..............................Colorado .......................................... Feb. 12, 1977 19........... Alvan Adams ....................SMU ................................................... Jan. 6, 1973 19........... Alvan Adams ....................Texas.................................................. Jan. 4, 1973 19........... Alvan Adams ....................Missouri ........................................................1972 19........... Don Sidle ..........................Kansas ..........................................................1966 19........... Joe King............................Arkansas ............................................Dec. 1, 1956

XIn his first collegiate game, Alvan Adams grabbed a schoolrecord 28 rebounds against Indiana State in 1972. The record still stands.

ASSISTS

PLAYER

OPPONENT

DATE

1. 18........... Michael Johnson...............North Texas ...................................... Dec. 22, 1997 18........... Jan Pannell .......................Oklahoma City ..................................Jan. 12, 1983 3. 17........... Bo Overton .......................Kansas State ...................................March 5, 1983 4. 16........... Terry Evans .......................Loyola Marymount .......................... Dec. 15, 1990 5. 15........... Terrell Everett ...................Baylor .............................................. Feb. 11, 2006 15........... Terry Evans .......................Florida A&M......................................Jan. 27, 1993 15........... Terry Evans .......................Nebraska ........................................March 7, 1992 15........... Terry Evans .......................Virginia Commonwealth ....................Dec. 8, 1990 9. 14........... John Ontjes.......................vs. Alabama State .............................. Jan. 6, 1995 14........... Brent Price ........................St. Joseph’s College ..........................Nov. 26, 1990 14........... Ricky Grace .......................vs. Oral Roberts ................................ Dec. 29, 1987 14........... Ricky Grace .......................Centenary ........................................ Dec. 12, 1987 14........... Jan Pannell .......................Kansas ..............................................Jan. 31, 1984 14. 13........... Brent Price ........................at Nebraska ..................................... Feb. 16, 1991 13........... Ricky Grace .......................Nebraska ......................................... Feb. 21, 1987 13........... Linwood Davis ..................Colorado .......................................... Feb. 15, 1986 13........... Tim McCalister ..................at Colorado .......................................Jan. 18, 1984 13........... Bo Overton .......................at Hawaii ......................................... Dec. 30, 1982 13........... Bo Overton .......................West Texas State .............................. Dec. 11, 1982 13........... Jan Pannell .......................vs. Texas-Pan American .................... Dec. 28, 1981 21. 12........... Quannas White .................at Texas A&M ..................................... Feb. 9, 2002 12........... Tyrone Foster ....................Missouri ............................................. Feb. 3, 1996 12........... John Ontjes.......................Iowa State ......................................... Feb. 1, 1995 12........... Terry Evans .......................Lamar ................................................ Jan. 2, 1993 12........... Brent Price ........................Morgan State ................................... Dec. 21, 1991 12........... Terry Evans .......................Missouri ........................................... Feb. 25, 1990 12........... Mookie Blaylock ...............at Colorado ...................................... Feb. 18, 1989 12........... Mookie Blaylock ...............Kansas ..............................................Jan. 18, 1989 12........... Mookie Blaylock ...............Loyola Marymount .......................... Dec. 17, 1988 12........... Ricky Grace .......................Colorado .......................................... Feb. 27, 1988 12........... Ricky Grace .......................at Oklahoma State ........................... Feb. 17, 1988 12........... Mookie Blaylock ...............Missouri ............................................. Feb. 6, 1988 12........... Ricky Grace .......................at Colorado .......................................Jan. 20, 1988 12........... Ricky Grace .......................Oklahoma State ................................. Jan. 9, 1988 12........... Bo Overton .......................Colorado ...........................................Jan. 29, 1983 36. 11........... Willie Warren ....................Mount St. Mary’s ..............................Nov. 14, 2009 11........... Terrell Everett ...................vs. UW-Milwaukee ........................March 16, 2006 11........... Terrell Everett ...................Iowa State ....................................... Feb. 18, 2006 11........... Tyrone Foster ....................at Colorado ...................................... Feb. 17, 1996 11........... Tyrone Foster ....................vs. Baylor ......................................... Dec. 29, 1995 11........... John Ontjes.......................vs. Manhattan ...............................March 16, 1995 11........... John Ontjes.......................Kansas ............................................. Feb. 20, 1995 11........... John Ontjes.......................UC Irvine ..........................................Nov. 30, 1994 11........... John Ontjes.......................Coppin State ....................................Nov. 26, 1994 11........... Pete Lewis ........................Lamar .............................................. Dec. 18, 1993 11........... Brent Price ........................Nebraska ........................................March 7, 1992 11........... Terry Evans .......................at Kansas State .................................Jan. 18, 1992 11........... Brent Price ........................Tulsa .............................................March 14, 1991 11........... Terry Evans .......................Coppin State .................................... Dec. 10, 1990 11........... Terry Evans .......................Arkansas-Little Rock .......................... Jan. 9, 1990 11........... Mookie Blaylock ...............Oklahoma State ..............................March 1, 1989 11........... Ricky Grace .......................Austin Peay ........................................ Jan. 4, 1988 11........... Ricky Grace .......................Loyola of Chicago ...............................Dec. 5, 1987 11........... Anthony Bowie .................Oklahomaa State............................... State ............................... Feb. 27, 1985

Amazing Grace Point guard Ricky Grace handed out att least 10 assists 14 times during his two-year career. He did it nine times as a senior in 1987-88. 88.

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21.

PLAYER

ASSISTS


OKLAHOMA

100-POINT GAMES SCORE

Sooners and the Century Mark Oklahoma’s 158 games of at least 100 points are 52 more than the next highest figure by a Big 12 school. Here are the numbers:

School Oklahoma Texas Kansas Texas Tech Baylor Iowa State

THE RECORDS

SCORE

100-Pt. Games 158 106 102 65 62 61

W/L

School Missouri Texas A&M Oklahoma State Colorado Nebraska Kansas State

OPPONENT

100-Pt. Games 55 52 42 39 39 37

DATE

173-101 ..................W ................... U.S. International............................................ 11/29/89 172-112 ..................W ................... Loyola Marymount ......................................... 12/15/90 162-99 ....................W ................... Angelo State..................................................... 12/1/90 152-122 ..................W ................... Oral Roberts ..................................................... 1/12/88 152-84 ....................W ................... Centenary ....................................................... 12/10/87 151-99 ....................W ................... Dayton............................................................ 12/24/87 147-94 ....................W ................... North Texas .................................................... 12/29/89 146-51 ....................W ................... Northeastern Illinois......................................... 12/2/89 146-65 ....................W ................... Florida A&M ..................................................... 1/27/93 144-81 ....................W ................... Morgan State.................................................. 12/21/91 144-93 ....................W ................... Oral Roberts ................................................... 12/29/87 142-109 ..................W ................... James Madison............................................... 12/27/89 141-105 ..................W .................. Virginia Commonwealth................................... 12/8/90 136-121 ..................W ................... Loyola Marymount ......................................... 12/23/89 136-103 ..................W ................... Loyola Marymount ......................................... 12/17/88 134-81 ....................W ................... Arkansas-Little Rock........................................... 1/9/90 134-84 ....................W ................... Colorado ........................................................... 2/27/88 133-97 ....................W .................. Nebraska .......................................................... 2/21/87 132-64 ....................W ................... Southern Utah State ....................................... 12/20/88 130-88 ....................W ................... Oral Roberts ..................................................... 1/23/92 130-62 ....................W .................. Angelo State..................................................... 12/4/89 128-80 ....................W ................... Texas A&M...................................................... 12/29/88 126-97 ....................W ................... Iowa State .......................................................... 2/6/89 126-76 ....................W ................... Southwestern (Texas)..................................... 12/10/84 124-81 ....................W .................. Louisiana Tech .................................................. 3/18/89 124-95 ....................W ................... Texas .............................................................. 12/30/88 124-81 ....................W .................. Georgia State ................................................. 12/19/87 123-73 ....................W ................... Loyola-Chicago ................................................. 12/5/87 123-95 ....................W ................... Kansas .............................................................. 1/18/89 122-86 ....................W ................... Colorado ........................................................... 1/25/89 121-71 ....................W ................... West Texas State ................................................. 1/8/93 121-74 ....................W ................... Manhattan College ......................................... 12/29/84 120-100 ..................W ................... New Mexico...................................................... 2/20/88 120-101 ..................W ................... Missouri ............................................................. 2/6/88 119-88 ....................W ................... Colorado ........................................................... 2/17/96 119-78 ....................W ................... Missouri-St.Louis .............................................. 12/4/91 119-110 ..................W ................... Brigham Young ............................................... 11/21/86 118-99 ....................W ................... Morehead State .............................................. 12/27/91 118-91 ....................W ................... Baylor ................................................................. 1/5/94 118-79 ....................W ................... McNeese State.................................................... 1/4/84 117-100 ..................W ................... Nebraska .......................................................... 1/13/96 117-76 ....................W ................... Kansas State ..................................................... 1/18/92 117-95 ....................W ................... Mississippi Valley State ..................................... 1/30/91 117-73 ....................W ................... Colorado ........................................................... 2/15/86 117-85 ....................W ................... West Texas State ............................................ 12/11/82 116-91 ....................W ................... Oklahoma State .................................................. 3/5/85 116-13 ....................W ................... Durant Teachers .............................................. 12/14/17 115-73 ....................W ................... Towson State .................................................... 12/5/92 115-111 ..................W ................... Nebraska ...........................................................2/11/94 115-96 ....................W ................... Arkansas-Little Rock........................................12/22/88 115-82 ....................W ................... Loyola-Chicago ..................................................12/8/84

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OPPONENT

DATE

115-100 ..................W ................... Oklahoma State .................................................1/24/84 115-100 ..................W ................... Arkansas..............................................................1/5/71 114-75 ....................W ................... St. Joseph’s College ..........................................11/26/90 113-117 ...................L.................... Nebraska .............................................................3/8/91 113-97 ....................W ................... Colorado ............................................................1/12/91 113-93 ....................W ................... Nebraska .............................................................3/5/88 113-62 ....................W ................... Colorado ............................................................1/18/75 113-59 ....................W ................... Hawaii-Loa ......................................................11/26/85 112-59 ....................W ................... Idaho State ........................................................12/8/92 112-90 ....................W .................. Tulsa ................................................................12/29/90 112-69 ....................W .................. Illinois State ....................................................12/28/90 112-105 ..................W ................... Missouri ..............................................................2/9/89 112-95 ....................W ................... Kansas State ......................................................2/13/88 112-72 ....................W ................... UT San Antonio................................................12/28/83 111-86 ....................W ................... Tulsa ..................................................................3/14/91 111-108 ..................W ................... Oklahoma State ...................................................3/1/89 111-69 ....................W ................... Sam Houston State ............................................12/7/87 110-85 ....................W ................... Texas Southern ..................................................1/29/92 110-80 ....................W ................... Colorado ............................................................2/20/85 110-61 ....................W ................... Abilene Christian ...............................................12/6/82 109-50 ....................W ................... Eastern Illinois .................................................12/18/01 109-92 ....................W ................... Lamar ..................................................................1/2/93 109-92 ....................W ................... Oklahoma State .................................................1/27/90 109-100 ..................W ................... Iowa State .........................................................1/21/89 109-86 ....................W ................... Iowa State .........................................................1/27/88 109-69 ....................W ................... Austin Peay .........................................................1/4/88 109-61 ....................W ................... Virginia............................................................12/23/87 109-92 ....................W ................... Florida State ....................................................12/13/86 109-94 ....................W ................... DePaul .............................................................12/23/92 109-64 ....................W ................... Denver.................................................................1/8/86

XMookie Blaylock and the 1987-88 Sooners scored 100 or more points 20 times in 39 games. They did it in 11 of the season’s first 14 contests.


SOONERS

100-POINT GAMES SCORE

W/L

OPPONENT

DATE

SCORE

W/L

OPPONENT

DATE

100-64 ....................W ................... Maryland Eastern Shore ......................................1/5/09 100-64 ....................W ................... UNC Asheville ..................................................12/30/03 100-72 ....................W ................... North Texas .......................................................12/9/00 100-75 ....................W ................... Texas .................................................................1/21/95 100-78 ....................W ................... Kansas ...............................................................3/10/90 100-96 ....................W ................... New Mexico.......................................................12/8/88 100-68 ....................W ................... Austin Peay .........................................................1/3/86 100-89 ....................W ................... Colorado ............................................................1/18/84 100-76 ....................W ................... Army ...............................................................12/20/80 100-75 ....................W ................... Cal State-Bakersfield .......................................12/19/78 100-118 ...................L ................... Michigan State ..................................................1/21/63 100-79 ....................W ................... South Dakota.....................................................12/3/63

Largest Victory Margins Margin Score 95 146-51 81 146-65 72 173-101 70 94-24 68 130-62 68 132-64 68 152-84 63 99-36 63 144-81 63 162-99 60 172-112 59 104-45 59 109-50 56 107-51 54 103-49 54 113-59 53 112-59 53 134-81 53 147-94 52 151-99 51 102-51 51 107-56 51 144-93 51 113-62 50 121-71 50 123-73 50 126-76 48 128-80 47 121-74 47 68-21 46 108-62 46 94-48

Site H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H A H H N N H N N H H H H N N H H H

Opponent Northeastern Illinois Florida A&M U.S. International Arkansas-Pine Bluff Angelo State Southern Utah State Centenary Norfolk State Morgan State Angelo State Loyola Marymount Florida A&M Eastern Illinois Nicholls State Coppin State Hawaii-Loa Idaho State Arkansas-Little Rock North Texas Dayton Western Carolina Illinois State Oral Roberts Colorado West Texas State Loyola-Chicago Southwestern (Texas) Texas A&M Manhattan Kansas State Colorado State Morehead State

Date Dec. 2, 1989 Jan. 27, 1993 Nov. 29, 1989 Dec. 2, 2003 Dec. 4, 1989 Dec. 20, 1988 Dec. 12, 1987 Nov. 10, 2006 Dec. 21, 1991 Dec. 1, 1990 Dec. 15, 1990 Dec. 30, 2004 Dec. 18, 2001 Jan. 14, 1984 Dec. 16, 2000 Nov. 26, 1985 Dec. 8, 1992 Jan. 9, 1990 Dec. 29, 1989 Dec. 24, 1987 Nov. 27, 1998 Dec. 30, 1987 Dec. 29, 1987 Jan. 18, 1975 Jan. 8, 1993 Dec. 5, 1987 Dec. 10, 1984 Dec. 29, 1988 Dec. 29, 1984 1933-34 Dec. 20, 1986 Nov. 23, 1984

Largest Road Victory Margins Margin 54 41 34 34 34 33 31 30 30

Score 113-59 117-76 87-53 93-59 102-68 89-56 119-88 82-52 69-39

Site A A A A A A A A A

Opponent Hawaii-Loa Kansas State Oral Roberts Penn State South Alabama Texas Tech Colorado Baylor Wichita State

Date Nov. 26, 1985 Jan. 18, 1992 Dec. 12, 1995 Dec. 1, 1987 Dec. 12, 1969 Feb. 28, 1998 Feb. 17, 1996 Jan. 25, 2006 Jan. 21, 1943

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108-80 ....................W ................... Oklahoma State ...................................................1/9/88 108-98 ....................W ................... Louisville ...........................................................3/15/88 108-84 ....................W ................... Colorado ............................................................2/18/87 108-62 ....................W ................... Colorado State .................................................12/20/86 107-63 ....................W ................... High Point .......................................................12/15/01 107-75 ....................W .................. UT San Antonio..................................................12/9/95 107-85 ....................W ................... Nebraska ...........................................................3/13/92 107-96 ....................W ................... Iowa State ........................................................1/24/90 107-90 ....................W ................... Missouri ............................................................2/25/90 107-94 ....................W ................... Oklahoma State ...................................................3/3/90 107-87 ....................W ................... Auburn ..............................................................3/19/88 107-56 ....................W ................... Illinois State ....................................................12/30/87 107-92 ....................W ................... UC Santa Barbara ............................................11/22/85 107-51 ....................W ................... Nicholls State ....................................................1/14/84 106-97 ....................W ................... Nebraska .............................................................3/7/92 106-91 ....................W ................... Texas ...............................................................12/10/91 106-88 ....................W ................... Colorado ............................................................2/18/89 106-84 ....................W ................... Oklahoma State ...................................................2/5/86 106-89 ....................W ................... Creighton ........................................................12/21/86 106-72 ....................W ................... Sam Houston State ............................................12/7/81 105-88 ....................W ................... Chaminade ......................................................12/22/92 105-64 ....................W ................... Nebraska ...........................................................1/31/89 105-104 ..................W ................... Illinois ...............................................................12/9/63 104-45 ....................W ................... Florida A&M ....................................................12/30/04 104-68 ....................W ................... Missouri ..............................................................2/3/96 104-70 ....................W ................... Northeastern Illinois..........................................12/1/93 104-75 ....................W ................... Kansas State ......................................................2/16/92 104-87 ....................W .................. SMU ..................................................................12/6/88 104-80 ....................W ................... Texas A&M.......................................................11/28/87 104-76 ....................W ................... Iowa State .........................................................1/21/85 104-84 ....................W ................... Missouri ..............................................................3/8/85 104-58 ....................W .................. Oklahoma City ...................................................1/12/83 104-83 ....................W ................... Auburn-Montgomery ......................................11/30/82 104-66 ....................W ................... Lamar ..............................................................12/14/77 103-60 ....................W ................... Baylor ................................................................2/26/05 103-49 ....................W ................... Coppin State ....................................................12/16/00 103-84 ....................W .................. Texas .................................................................1/13/90 103-76 ....................W ................... Nebraska .............................................................3/4/89 103-66 ....................W ................... Southeastern Louisiana .......................................1/9/86 103-85 ....................W ................... New Orleans ....................................................12/21/85 103-84 ....................W ................... Kansas ...............................................................1/31/84 103-64 ....................W ................... Rider ...................................................................1/8/83 103-89 ....................W ................... Missouri ............................................................2/12/66 102-65 ....................W ................... Bethune-Cookman ..........................................12/16/01 102-63 ....................W ................... Georgia Southern ............................................12/18/99 102-75 ....................W ................... Texas A&M.........................................................2/13/99 102-51 ....................W ................... Western Carolina .............................................11/27/98 102-89 ....................W ................... Nebraska ...........................................................1/14/93 102-89 ....................W ................... Nebraska ...........................................................1/14/93 102-70 ....................W ................... Alaska-Anchorage ...........................................12/29/92 102-99 ....................W ................... Missouri ............................................................3/12/88 102-74 ....................W ................... Iowa State ...........................................................2/5/83 102-87 ....................W ................... Colorado ............................................................2/13/82 102-68 ....................W ................... South Alabama................................................12/12/69 101-91 ....................W ................... Lamar ..............................................................12/31/91 101-103 ...................L.................... Southwestern Louisiana ....................................1/22/91 101-81 ....................W ................... Alaska-Anchorage ...............................................1/3/90 101-76 ....................W ................... UT Arlington ......................................................12/4/86 101-95 ....................W ................... Northeast Louisiana ............................................1/5/85 101-71 ....................W ................... Puget Sound....................................................12/15/85 101-75 ....................W ................... Illinois .............................................................12/23/82 101-73 ....................W ................... Georgia Tech ....................................................12/18/92 101-79 ....................W ................... UC Santa Barbara ................................................1/3/74 101-89 ....................W ................... Xavier ..............................................................12/20/69 101-94 ....................W ................... Nevada Southern...............................................12/6/69


OKLAHOMA

DOUBLE/TRIPLE-DOUBLES XDOUBLE-DOUBLES IN A SEASON (MINIMUM 12) 30........................................................Blake Griffin, Sophomore, 2009 (played in 35 games) 21.......................................................Alvan Adams, Sophomore, 1974 (played in 26 games) 21............................................................. Garfield Heard, Senior, 1970 (played in 27 games) 20...........................................................Wayman Tisdale, Junior, 1985 (played in 37 games) 19.................................................... Wayman Tisdale, Freshman, 1983 (played in 33 games) 19................................................................Alvan Adams, Junior, 1975 (played in 26 games) 18..................................................................Stacey King, Senior, 1989 (played in 33 games) 17...............................................................Harvey Grant, Senior, 1988 (played in 39 games) 17..................................................Wayman Tisdale, Sophomore, 1984 (played in 34 games) 17......................................................... Alvan Adams, Freshman, 1973 (played in 21 games) 14............................................................Eduardo Najera, Senior, 2000 (played in 34 games) 14.......................................................Ernie Abercrombie, Senior, 1996 (played in 30 games) 14............................................................... Harvey Grant, Junior, 1987 (played in 34 games) 14................................................... Darryl Kennedy, Sophomore, 1985 (played in 37 games) 13.............................................................Aaron McGhee, Senior, 2002 (played in 36 games) 13........................................................ Damon Patterson, Senior, 1992 (played in 30 games) 13.............................................................. William Davis, Senior, 1990 (played in 31 games) 12........................................................................Taj Gray, Junior, 2005 (played in 33 games)

THE RECORDS

XDOUBLE-DOUBLES IN A CAREER (MINIMUM 25) 57.....................................................................Alvan Adams, 1973-75 (played in 73 games) 56..............................................................Wayman Tisdale, 1983-85 (played in 104 games) 40...................................................................... Blake Griffin, 2008-09 (played in 68 games) 31..................................................................... Stacey King, 1986-89 (played in 114 games) 31.....................................................................Harvey Grant, 1987-88 (played in 73 games) 30............................................................... Eduardo Najera, 1997-00 (played in 126 games) 27................................................................Darryl Kennedy, 1984-87 (played in 137 games)

Oklahoma vs. No. 1 Ranked (AP) Opponents The Sooners own a 7-9 all-time record against teams ranked No. 1 by the Associated Press at the time of competition. They have won six of their last 10 contests against AP No. 1’s.

Date Jan. 20, 1951 Jan. 5, 1952 Dec. 28, 1956 Jan. 7, 1957 Feb. 25, 1958 March 12, 1979 Jan. 17, 1987 Feb. 12, 1989 Feb. 25, 1990 Feb. 27, 1990 Jan. 4, 1993 Feb. 20, 1995 Feb. 24, 1997 March 10, 2002 Jan. 11, 2004 Feb. 22, 2010

Opponent Oklahoma A&M at Kansas vs. Kansas # Kansas at Kansas State vs. Indiana State $ UNLV Arizona Missouri Kansas at Duke Kansas Kansas vs. Kansas % at Connecticut at Kansas

OU Result W, 44-40 L, 48-71 L, 56-74 L, 51-59 L, 51-68 L, 72-93 W, 89-88 W, 82-80 W, 107-90 W, 100-78 L, 84-88 (OT) W, 76-73 L, 68-70 W, 64-55 L, 59-86 L, 68-81

OU Rank NR NR NR NR NR NR 16 5 10 5 11 25 NR 4 6 NR

# Big Eight Holiday Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) $ NCAA Tournament (Dallas, Texas) % Big 12 Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.)

XCONSECUTIVE DOUBLE-DOUBLES (MINIMUM 6) 14..........................................................................Alvan Adams, Dec. 28, 1972-Feb. 10, 1973 11........................................................................Garfield Heard, Dec. 15, 1969-Jan. 28, 1970 9............................................................................ Alvan Adams, Jan. 18, 1975-Feb. 15, 1975 8..........................................................................Blake Griffin, Feb. 28, 2009-March 29, 2009 8............................................................................. Blake Griffin, Jan. 21, 2009-Feb. 11, 2009 7............................................................................Alvan Adams, Dec. 26, 1973-Jan. 12, 1974 6.............................................................................Blake Griffin, Dec. 22, 2008-Jan. 10, 2009 6............................................................................ Blake Griffin, Nov. 14, 2008-Nov. 28, 2008

XTRIPLE-DOUBLES Terry Evans .............................................................................. Jan. 27, 1993, vs. Florida A&M (17 points, 15 assists, 12 steals) Terry Evans ....................................................................Dec. 15, 1990, vs. Loyola Marymount (10 points, 16 assists, 10 turnovers) Mookie Blaylock ............................................................Jan. 17, 1988, vs. Loyola Marymount (31 points, 12 assists, 13 steals) Anthony Bowie ..................................................................Feb. 27, 1985, vs. Oklahoma State (19 points, 10 assists, 11 steals) Note: OU’s game-by-game rebounding figures are not accessible prior to the 1969-70 season.

LONGEST WINNING STREAKS XOVERALL Games First Win Last Win 27............................ Feb. 26, 1927......................................................................Jan. 26, 1929 18............................ 7th game of 1917-18 ........................................ Final game of 1918-19 17............................ Nov. 22, 1985 .....................................................................Jan. 18, 1986 14............................ Nov. 28, 1987 ...................................................................... Jan. 9, 1988 13............................ Jan. 3, 2009....................................................................... Feb. 14, 2009 13............................ Nov. 28, 2001 .....................................................................Jan. 16, 2002 13............................ Jan. 31, 1984....................................................................March 9, 1984 13............................ 8th game of 1911-12 ...........................................3rd game of 1913-14 12............................ Nov. 14, 2008 .................................................................... Dec. 22, 2008 12............................ Feb. 16, 2002..................................................................March 23, 2002 12............................ Nov. 29, 1989 .....................................................................Jan. 13, 1990 12............................ Jan. 20, 1988..................................................................... Feb. 27, 1988 12............................ Jan. 12, 1985..................................................................... Feb. 20, 1985

XSINGLE SEASON 18............................ 1927-28 (finished 18-0)

XBIG 12 GAMES (SINGLE SEASON) 11............................ Jan. 10, 2009..................................................................... Feb. 14, 2009 7.............................. Jan. 20, 2001..................................................................... Feb. 10, 2001 6.............................. 3 times (most recently from Feb. 16 to March 5, 2005)

XHOME GAMES 51............................ Nov. 28, 1987 .................................................................... Dec. 15, 1990 50............................ Feb. 24, 1983..................................................................... Feb. 15, 1986 37............................ Jan. 24, 2001....................................................................March 4, 2003

XAWAY GAMES XAnthony Bowie recorded OU’s first triple-double in 1985.

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13............................ Jan. 5, 1928........................................................................Jan. 15, 1929 5.............................. 5 times (most recently from Jan. 20 to Feb. 17, 1988)


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SOONER COACHES XD.C. HALL

XBOB STEVENS

Seasons: 1 (1908) OU Record: 4-3 (.571)

Seasons: 5 (1963-1967) OU Record: 46-79 (.368) Year 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67

XBENNIE OWEN Seasons: 13 (1909-1921) OU Record: 113-49 (.698) Year 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21

Record 3-3 8-0 1-5 7-2 8-0 7-1 7-5 19-7 13-8 11-1 12-0 9-7 8-10

THE HISTORY

All-Americans: Ernest Lambert (1910)

XHUGH McDERMOTT Seasons: 17 (1922-1938) OU Record: 185-106 (.636) Year 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38

Record 9-9 6-12 15-3 10-8 11-4 12-5 18-0 13-2 6-12 10-8 9-5 12-5 10-8 9-9 9-8 12-4 14-4

X Bennie Owen

X Hugh McDermott

XBRUCE DRAKE Seasons: 17 (1939-1955) OU Record: 200-182 (.520) Year 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55

Record 12-9 12-7 6-12 11-7 18-9 15-8 12-13 11-10 24-7 13-9 14-10 12-10 14-10 7-17 8-13 8-13 3-18

X John MacLeod

All-Americans: Don Sidle (1967)

All-Americans: Jimmy McNatt (1939, ’40) Gerald Tucker (1943, ’47) Allie Paine (1944) Paul Courty (1948, ’49) Lester Lane (1955)

XJOHN MACLEOD Seasons: 6 (1968-1973) OU Record: 90-69 (.567) Year 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73

Conference Titles: Big Six (1938, ’39, ’42, ’44, ’47) Big Seven (1949)

XDOYLE PARRACK Seasons: 7 (1956-1962) OU Record: 71-97 (.423) Year 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62

Record 4-19 8-15 13-10 15-10 14-11 10-15 7-17

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Record 13-13 7-19 19-9 19-8 14-12 18-8

All-Americans: Don Sidle (1968)

XLES LANE Seasons: None (Lane was hired April, 6, 1973, but died Sept. 5, 1973, before ever coaching at game at OU. He was 41.)

XJOE RAMSEY Seasons: 2 (1974-1975) OU Record: 31-21 (.596) Year 1973-74 1974-75

Record 18-8 13-13

All-Americans: Alvan Adams (1974, ’75)

XDAVE BLISS Seasons: 5 (1976-1980) OU Record: 77-62 (.554)

All-Americans: Vic Holt (1928) Thomas Churchill (1929) Bruce Drake (1929) Bud Browning (1935) Conference Titles: Missouri Valley (1928) Big Six (1929)

Record 12-13 7-18 8-17 11-14 8-17

X Seventeen-year OU mentor Bruce Drake is a member of the Naismith Memorial

Hall of Fame. Here he is pictured with members of OU’s 1946-47 team that played in the national championship game. From left to right, the players are Dick Reich, Gerald Tucker, Jack Landon, Allie Paine and Paul Courty. Tucker, Paine and Courty all earned All-America honors during their OU careers.

Year 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 Conference Titles: Big Eight (1979)

Record 9-17 18-10 14-13 21-10 15-12


SOONERS

SOONER COACHES XBILLY TUBBS Seasons: 14 (1981-1994) OU Record: 333-132 (.716) Year 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94

Record 9-18 22-11 24-9 29-5 31-6 26-9 24-10 35-4 30-6 27-5 20-15 21-9 20-12 15-13

All-Americans: Wayman Tisdale (1983, ’84, ’85) Harvey Grant (1988) Stacey King (1988, ’89) Mookie Blaylock (1989)

X Kelvin Sampson (above)

XKELVIN SAMPSON Seasons: 12 (1995-2006) OU Record: 279-109 (.719)

Year 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06

Record 23-9 17-13 19-11 22-11 22-11 27-7 26-7 31-5 27-7 20-11 25-8 20-9

All-Americans: Ryan Minor (1995, ’96) Eduardo Najera (2000) Hollis Price (2002, ’03)

XJEFF CAPEL Seasons: 4 (2007-10) OU Record: 82-51 (.617) 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 All-Americans: Blake Griffin (2009)

the Sooners to four Big Eight regular season titles, three Big Eight Tournament crowns and to the 1988 national championship game. Oklahoma earned four NCAA Tournament No. 1 seeds during Tubbs’ tenure and his 333 wins are the most in school history.

OKLAHOMA ASSISTANT COACHES (SINCE 1955)

Conference Titles: Big 12 (2005)

Year

X Billy Tubbs (left) coached

Record 16-15 23-12 30-6 13-18

Mike Anderson ......................... 1981-94 Doug Ash.................................. 1976-80 Rod Barnes .....................................2007 Ben Betts .............................2007Allen Boyd (G.A.) ...................... 1988-89 Johnny Carter ........................... 1981-82 Bobby Champagne................... 1995-97 Mark Cline ................................ 2007-10 Bud Cronin ............................... 1965-69 Larry Dunaway ...............................1974 Eddie Evans .............................. 1974-75 Les Fertig (G.A.)........................ 1978-80 John Floyd ......................................1962 Paul Geymann .......................... 1957-61

Bryan Goodman ....................2011John Grayson ........................... 1955-56 Charlie Harrison .............................1976 Jack Herron ....................................1962 Jack Herron, Jr. (G.A.) ......................1976 Bob Hoffman............................ 2004-06 Jim Kerwin ............................... 1985-90 Ray Lopes ............................. 1995-2002 John MacLeod ................................1967 Ray McCallum .......................... 2004-06 Mike Mims ............................... 1983-94 Mike Newell ............................. 1981-84 Darrell Pattillo ................................1994 Dionne Phelps ......................2011-

Dennis Price ............................. 1970-73 Jay Price .........................................1993 Jason Rabedeaux ..................... 1995-99 Joe Ramsey .............................. 1972-73 Roger Raper (G.A.) ................... 1990-91 Bennie Seltzer .......................... 1998-06 Jim Shaw.................................. 2000-04 Charlie Spoonhour .........................1975 Gordon Stauffer........................ 1963-66 Oronde Taliaferro ...................... 2008-10 Ray Thurmond.......................... 1968-71 Jimmy Tubbs ............................ 2003-04 Tommy Tubbs ........................... 1991-92 John Underwood...................... 1977-80

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THE HISTORY

owns OU’s best career winning percentage (.719) and claimed three Big 12 Tournament crowns over his 12 years in Norman. He also led the Sooners to the 2002 Final Four and the 2003 Elite Eight.

Conference Titles: Big Eight (1984, ’85, ’88, ’89)


OKLAHOMA

INDIVIDUAL HONORS

X Thomas Churchill 1929

XBud Browning 1935

XAllie Paine 1944

XGerald Tucker 1947

XWayman Tisdale 1983, ’84, ’85

XStacey King 1989

XBlake Griffin 2009

Six Sooners have earned consensus first-team All-America honors. Wayman Tisdale did it in each of his three seasons at OU while Blake Griffin was the most recent selection.

XNATIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR

1928 * Vic Holt, Center 1947 * Gerald Tucker, Center 2009 ** Blake Griffin, Forward * Helms Foundation ** Consensus selection

THE HISTORY

XALL-AMERICANS

1910 * Ernest Lambert, Forward 1928 * Vic Holt, Center 1929 * Thomas Churchill, Forward * Bruce Drake, Guard 1935 * Bud Browning, Guard 1939 Jimmy McNatt, Forward 1940 * Jimmy McNatt, Forward 1943 * Gerald Tucker, Center 1944 * Allie Paine, Guard 1947 * Gerald Tucker, Center 1948 Paul Courty, Forward 1949 Paul Courty, Forward 1955 Lester Lane, Guard 1967 Don Sidle, Center 1968 Don Sidle, Center 1974 Alvan Adams, Center 1975 Alvan Adams, Center 1983 * Wayman Tisdale, Center 1984 * Wayman Tisdale, Center 1985 * Wayman Tisdale, Center 1988 Harvey Grant, Forward Stacey King, Guard 1989 * Mookie Blaylock, Guard * Stacey King, Center 1995 Ryan Minor, Forward 1996 Ryan Minor, Forward 2000 Eduardo Najera, Forward 2002 Hollis Price, Guard 2003 * Hollis Price, Guard 2009 * Blake Griffin, Forward

Second Team 1940 Jimmy McNatt, Forward 1943 Gerald Tucker, Center 1989 Mookie Blaylock, Guard 2003 Hollis Price, Guard XFIRST-TEAM

ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS

1934 1935 1938 1939 1940

Bud Browning, Guard Ervyl Bross, Forward Bud Browning, Guard Bud Browning, Guard Jimmy McNatt, Forward Jimmy McNatt, Forward Jimmy McNatt, Forward Marvin Mesch, Guard Gerald Tucker, Center Gerald Tucker, Center Allie Paine, Guard Ken Pryor, Guard Jack Landon, Guard Paul Courty, Forward Jack Landon, Guard Dick Reich, Forward Gerald Tucker, Center

Missouri Valley Conference 1922 Ed Waite, Center 1924 Floyd McBride, Forward Fred Wallace, Forward 1926 John Dunlap, Guard 1927 Roy LeCrone, Guard 1928 Thomas Churchill, Forward Vic Holt, Center Roy LeCrone, Guard

1942 1943 1944

Big Six Conference 1929 Tom Churchill, Forward Bruce Drake, Guard Clifton Shearer, Center 1932 Andrew Beck, Guard 1933 Andrew Beck, Guard

Big Seven Conference 1948 Paul Courty, Forward 1949 Paul Courty, Forward Wayne Glasgow, Forward 1950 Wayne Glasgow, Forward 1954 Les Lane, Guard

1945 1946 1947

1955 1956

Les Lane, Guard Joe King, Forward/Center

Big Eight Conference 1958 Joe King, Forward/Center 1965 Jim Gatewood, Forward 1967 Don Sidle, Center 1968 Don Sidle, Center 1970 Garfield Heard, Forward 1972 Bobby Jack, Forward 1973 Alvan Adams, Center 1974 Alvan Adams, Center 1975 Alvan Adams, Center 1977 John McCullough, Forward 1979 John McCullough, Forward 1980 Terry Stotts, Forward 1982 Chucky Barnett, Guard 1983 David Little, Forward Wayman Tisdale, Center 1984 Wayman Tisdale, Center 1985 Wayman Tisdale, Center 1986 Darryl Kennedy, Forward 1987 Tim McCalister, Guard 1988 Harvey Grant, Forward

* First-team selection XCONSENSUS ALL-AMERICANS

First Team 1929 Thomas Churchill, Forward 1935 Bud Browning, Guard 1944 Allie Paine, Guard 1947 Gerald Tucker, Center 1983 Wayman Tisdale, Center 1984 Wayman Tisdale, Center 1985 Wayman Tisdale, Center 1989 Stacey King, Center 2009 Blake Griffin, Forward

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X2009 consensus national player of the yearr Blake Griffin X2009


SOONERS

INDIVIDUAL HONORS 1989 1990 1992 1994 1995 1996

Mookie Blaylock, Guard Stacey King, Center Skeeter Henry, Guard Brent Price, Guard Jeff Webster, Forward Ryan Minor, Forward Ernie Abercrombie, Forward Ryan Minor, Forward

Big 12 Conference 1998 Corey Brewer, Guard 2000 Eduardo Najera, Forward 2002 Aaron McGhee, Forward Hollis Price, Guard 2003 Hollis Price, Guard 2005 Taj Gray, Forward 2008 Blake Griffin, Forward 2009 Blake Griffin, Forward XBIG EIGHT PLAYER OF THE YEAR

1975 1979 1983 1984 1985 1989 1995

Alvan Adams, Center John McCullough, Forward Wayman Tisdale, Center Wayman Tisdale, Center Wayman Tisdale, Center Stacey King, Center Ryan Minor, Forward

2003 2009

Hollis Price, Guard Blake Griffin, Forward

XBIG 12 FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

2009

Willie Warren, Guard

XBIG EIGHT NEWCOMER

OF THE YEAR

1973 1982 1983 1984 1987 1988 1990 1991 1994

Alvan Adams, Center David Little, Forward Wayman Tisdale, Center Tim McCalister, Guard Harvey Grant, Forward Mookie Blaylock, Guard Jackie Jones, Forward Jeff Webster, Forward John Ontjes, Guard

1948 1952 1956

1960 1968 1984

1974 1975 1980 2006

SELECTIONS

1972 1974 1975 1977 1978 1979 1980 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1996

SELECTIONS

1997

Corey Brewer, Guard Ebi Ere, Guard Taj Gray, Forward Michael Neal, Guard

2000 2002

XBIG EIGHT COACH OF THE YEAR

2003 2005 2006

1984 1995 2002

Billy Tubbs Kelvin Sampson (AP, USBWA, Basketball Weekly) Kelvin Sampson (NABC, Chevrolet)

Scott Martin, Guard Alvan Adams, Center Alvan Adams, Center Cary Carrabine, Guard Terry Stotts, Forward Terry Stotts, Forward Terry Stotts, Forward Dave Sieger, Forward Dave Sieger, Forward Dave Sieger, Forward Terrence Mullins, Guard Terry Evans, Guard Terry Evans, Guard Brent Price, Guard Terry Evans, Guard Michael Cotton, Guard Bobby Joe Evans, Center

XACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12

1997 2002 2005 2006

XNATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR

Alvan Adams, Center Alvan Adams, Center Terry Stotts, Forward Kevin Bookout, Forward

XACADEMIC ALL-BIG EIGHT

1998

Dave Bliss Dave Bliss Billy Tubbs Billy Tubbs Billy Tubbs Billy Tubbs Kelvin Sampson

XJohn McCullough was the 1979 Big Eight Player of the Year. He now serves as the head coach of the Oklahoma Baptist University women’s team, which he has led to the NAIA Tournament in each of his 10 years. The Lady Bison advanced to the national semifnals in 2009.

XACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

XBIG 12 NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

1977 1979 1984 1985 1988 1989 1995

Bud Browning, USA head coach (London) Marcus Freiberger, Center Wayne Glasgow, Guard (Helsinki) Gerald Tucker, USA head coach Bruce Drake, USA assistant coach (Melbourne) Les Lane, Guard (Rome) Les Lane, Mexico head coach (Mexico City) Wayman Tisdale, Center (Los Angeles)

2007

2008 2009

2010

Michael Cotton, Guard Eduardo Najera, Forward John Nash, Guard Renzi Stone, Forward Ryan Humphrey, Forward Renzi Stone, Forward Renzi Stone, Center Michael Cano, Guard Blake Johnston, Guard Jozsef Szendrei, Center Blake Johnston, Guard Kevin Bookout, Forward Kevin Bookout, Forward Nate Carter, Forward Taylor Griffin, Forward Austin Johnson, Guard Michael Neal, Guard Kellen Sampson, Guard Taylor Griffin, Forward Austin Johnson, Guard Taylor Griffin, Forward Omar Leary, Guard Ryan Wright, Forward Beau Gerber, Forward Ryan Wright, Forward

THE HISTORY

XBIG 12 PLAYER OF THE YEAR

XOLYMPIANS

Forward Taj Gray was named the 2005 Big 12 Newcomer of the Year, the same season he earned first-team All-Big 12 honors. OU shared the regular season league crown that year and was the No. 1 seed in the Big 12 Tournament.

XThe starting point guard on the gold-medalwinning 1960 USA Olympic Team, Lester Lane was inducted into the Naimsith Memorial Hall of Fame in August 2010 with the rest of the U.S. squad. Lane was an OU All-American in 1955.

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SOONERS IN THE NBA

THE HISTORY

X OKLAHOMA’S NBA DRAFT HISTORY

X2009 No. 1 overall pick Blake Griffin

XTaylor Griffin

XWillie Warren

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Year 1949 1950 1950 1951 1954 1958 1962 1968 1968 1970 1971 1972 1972 1974 1974 1975 1979 1980 1980 1980 1983 1983 1983 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989 1992 1994 1996 1997 1998 2000 2009 2009 2010 2010

Name Paul Courty Wayne Glasgow Paul Merchant Marcus Freiberger Bob Waller Joe King Warren Fouts Don Sidle Willie Rogers Garfield Heard Clifford Ray Bobby Jack Andrew Pettes Tom Holland Ted Evans Alvan Adams John McCullough Terry Stotts Al Beal Aaron Curry David Little Chucky Barnett Charles Jones Bo Overton Calvin Pierce Wayman Tisdale Anthony Bowie Tim McCalister David Johnson Darryl Kennedy Harvey Grant Ricky Grace Stacey King Mookie Blaylock Brent Price Jeff Webster Ryan Minor Nate Erdmann Corey Brewer Eduardo Najera Blake Griffin Taylor Griffin Tiny Gallon Willie Warren

Pos. G F F C F F/C F C F F F F G F C C G F F G F G C G F C G G F F F G C G G F F G G F F F F G

Team Providence Minneapolis Syracuse Indianapolis New York New York New York San Francisco Seattle Seattle Chicago Cincinnati Chicago Phoenix Phoenix Phoenix Kansas City Houston Milwaukee New Jersey Denver Houston Atlanta Phoenix Chicago Indiana Houston L.A. Clippers Dallas Boston Washington Utah Chicago New Jersey Washington Miami Philadelphia Utah Miami Houston L.A. Clippers Phoenix Milwaukee L.A. Clippers

Round 8th 6th 10th 1st 11th 6th 8th 3rd 8th 1st 3rd 8th 14th 8th 9th 1st 4th 2nd 3rd 5th 3rd 5th 5th 10th 9th 1st 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 1st 3rd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd

XEduardo Najera

Pick — — — 3rd 106th 44th 62nd 29th 71st 3rd 33rd 90th 110th 130th 148th 4th 85th 38th 63rd 98th 61st 94th 104th 224th 186th 2nd 66th 47th 89th 91st 12th 67th 6th 12th 32nd 40th 32nd 57th 51st 39th 1st 46th 47th 54th


SOONERS

HONORED JERSEYS

WAYMAN TISDALE

ALVAN ADAMS

MOOKIE BLAYLOCK

STACEY KING

Jersey honored Feb. 22, 1997

Jersey honored Jan. 21, 1998

Jersey honored Jan. 27, 2001

Jersey honored Jan. 19, 2008

XPlayed in 1982-83, 1983-84 and 1984-

XPlayed 1972-73, 1973-74 and 1974-75

85 seasons X Three-time consensus All-American X First-ever freshman named to AP’s first-team All-America squad X First player in collegiate history named first-team All-American by AP his freshman, sophomore and junior seasons X Three-time Big Eight Player of the Year X Only player to lead Big Eight in scoring three consecutive seasons X Was OU’s leading scorer in 76 of 104 career games X Scored in double figures in first 83 games; held under 10 points just once in his career X Guided OU to Big Eight titles in 1983-84 and 1984-85 when team went 70-11 overall and 33-0 at home X Scored 51 points as a freshman vs. Abilene Christian X Scored school-record 61 points against Texas-San Antonio (also had 22 rebounds) as a sophomore X Top rebounder on 1984 U.S. Olympic gold medal team (6.4 average) X Scored a school-record 932 points during 1984-85 season X Holds OU career records for points (2,661), rebounds (1,048), field goals (1,077), free throws (507) and free throw attempts (767) X Second overall pick in 1985 NBA Draft by Indiana Pacers X Inducted into National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame (November 2009)

seasons at OU before leaving a year early for the NBA XA two-time All-America selection (1974 and 1975) XA two-time Academic All-American (1974 and 1975) X A three-time All-Big Eight honoree X Big Eight Player of the Year (1975) X Left OU as its leading scorer and rebounder X Ranks eighth on OU’s all-time scoring list with 1,707 points X Ranks third on OU’s all-time rebounding list with 938 boards X Ranks second on OU’s career scoring average list with 23.4 points per game X Holds school records for rebounds in a game (28), career rebounding average (12.8) and field goal percentage in a game (1.000; 11-for-11) X School’s single-game rebounding record (28) was set in his first career game X Fourth pick in the 1975 NBA Draft by Phoenix Suns X Named 1976 NBA Rookie of the Year X Led Phoenix to NBA Finals his first year X Played 13 seasons with the Suns and became club’s all-time leading scorer (13,910 points)

X Played 1987-88 and 1988-89 seasons at OU X First-team All-American (1989) X Big Eight Newcomer of the Year (1988) X Holds NCAA Division I single-game

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G REBS RPG PTS PPG

1982-83 33 1983-84 34 1984-85 37 Totals 104

341 10.3 810 24.5 329 9.7 919 27.0 378 10.2 932 25.2 1048 10.1 2661 25.6

Season

G REBS RPG

1972-73 21 1973-74 26 1974-75 26 Totals 73

277 315 346 938

10

PTS PPG

13.2 464 12.1 552 13.3 691 12.8 1707

22.1 21.2 26.6 23.4

record for steals (13, twice) X Holds NCAA Division I single-season record for steals (150) X Held NCAA Division I record for career steals average (3.8) for 13 years X Ranks first on OU career steals list (281) X Ranks fifth on OU career 3-point attempts list (446) X Ranks fifth on OU career 3-point field goals list (169) X Ranks fifth on OU’s career assists list (465) X Ranks 16th on OU career scoring list (1,338 points) X Holds the school single-season minutes played record (1,359) in 1988-89 X One of three Sooners to ever register a triple-double (31 points, 13 steals, 12 assists vs. Loyola Marymount in 1988) X 12th pick in 1989 NBA Draft by the New Jersey Nets X 1994 NBA All-Star for the Atlanta Hawks X Member of NBA’s All-Defensive First Team twice and All-Defensive Second Team four times X Ranks fourth on NBA career steals-pergame list (2.33) X Ranks 10th in NBA in career steals (2,075), 17th in 3-point field goals (1,283) and 28th in assists (5,972) Season

G STLS SPG PTS PPG

1987-88 1988-89 Totals

39 150 3.8 638 16.4 35 131 3.7 700 20.0 74 281 3.8 1338 18.1

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XPlayed from the 1985-86 through

1988-89 seasons XEarned consensus first-team All-

America honors as a senior and secondteam All-America acclaim as a junior XNamed Big Eight Player of the Year as a senior when he averaged 26.0 points and 10.1 rebounds a game X Averaged 22.3 points and 8.5 rebounds as a junior to lead Sooners to 1988 national runner-up finish by averaging 22.3 points and 8.5 boards X Averaged 25.3 points and 8.7 rebounds over OU’s six 1988 NCAA Tournament games (named Southeast Regional MVP) X Named 1988 Big Eight Tourney MVP X OU’s all-time postseason leader in games played (12), points (246) and rebounds (93) X Ranks fifth in school history in points (2,008), second in blocked shots (228) and seventh in rebounds (825) X Led OU to a combined 65-10 (.867) record over his junior and senior seasons (including two NCAA Tourney No. 1 seeds) X Big Eight’s all-time leader in blocked shots (228) X Scored at least 30 points 16 times (second most in school history) X Selected No. 6 overall in the 1989 NBA Draft by Chicago and won three world championships with the Bulls Season

G REBS RPG PTS PPG

1985-86 14 1986-87 28 1987-88 39 1988-89 33 Totals 114

53 3.8 84 6.0 108 3.9 196 7.0 332 8.5 869 22.3 332 10.1 859 26.0 825 7.2 2008 23.4

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LETTERWINNERS A Abbey, Ed...............................1955, 56, 57 Abercrombie, Ernie ..................... 1995, 96 Adams, Alvan ........................1973, 74, 75 Ainooson, Richard .................1999, 01, 02 Albert, Glenn ....................................1978 Aldridge, Bart ............................. 1922, 23 Alexander, De’Angelo ................. 2003, 04 Alexander, Shon ...............................1993 Allen, Darryl .....................................1982 Allen, Orlando ............................ 2009, 10 Allison, Robert............................ 1997, 98 Anderson, Elvin .....................1931, 32, 33 Anderson, Lonnie .............................1956 Anderson, Richard ............................1957 Angel, Jack ................................. 1950, 51 Ashcraft, Bill .....................................1957 Avila, Victor ................................ 1999, 00 Axley, Allen................................. 1965, 66 Ayers, Steve ...........................1968, 69, 70

THE HISTORY

B Bacher, LeRoy ............................. 1955, 56 Bailey, Louis......................................1943 Bajema, Steve ............................ 1980, 81 Baker, Melvin .............................. 1974, 75 Balcer, Frank .....................................1917 Barnes, Dion .................... 1993, 94, 95, 96 Barnett, Chucky ............... 1980, 81, 82, 83 Barrett, Dave ....................................1965 Bass, Reggie ............................... 1997, 98 Beal, Al ............................ 1977, 78, 79, 80 Beck, Andy ............................1931, 32, 33 Bell, John......................... 1912, 13, 14, 15 Bell, Mike .........................................1975 Bell, Mike ................................... 1988, 89 Bentley, Bill ......................................1940 Bishop, Ford......................................1923 Black, Chris .......................................1993 Blaylock, Mookie ........................ 1988, 89 Blevins, Dean....................................1975 Blue, Ron ...............................1952, 53 ,54 Blue, Ted ..................................... 1954, 55 Bogan, Joe........................................1966 Bollinger, Ralph .......................... 1939, 40 Bonebrake, Howard ............... 1921,22, 23 Bookout, Kevin ................ 2003, 04, 05, 06 Bowie, Anthony .......................... 1985, 86 Boyle, Dorsey .............................. 1918, 19 Breathwitt, Johnny ..................... 1973, 74 Brewer, Corey.............................. 1997, 98 Brewer, Otto ..........................1915, 16, 17 Brinager, Howard..............................1945 Briscoe, Albert ..................................1920 Brochman, Howard...........................1932 Brophy, Sanford .......................... 1951, 52 Bross, Ervyl ............................1932, 33, 34 Brown, Carl .......................................1954 Brown, Harry .........................1911, 12, 13 Brown, Harry .............................. 1968, 69 Brown, Jabahri ......................2002, 03, 04 Browning, Omar ....................1933, 34, 35 Buelow, Don ..........................1944, 45, 46 Burchfield, Beryl ......................... 1918, 19 Burks, Russell ........................1971, 72, 73

C Calvert, Donnie ........................... 1979, 80 Campbell, Robert..............................1969 Cano, Michael .................. 1999, 00, 01, 02 Carlisle, Dale .....................................1940 Carrabine, Cary ................ 1976, 77, 78, 79

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Carter, Nate ................................ 2006, 07 Chaffin, Harvey.................................1961 Christian, Jann..................................1963 Churchill, Tom ........................1928, 29, 30 Churchill, Tom Jr. ...................1951, 52, 53 Claiborne, Max ........................... 1956, 57 Clark, Keith .......................................2007 Clark, Shawn .........................1983, 84, 85 Clift,“Hoot”................................. 1914, 15 Cloar, Paul..............................1968, 69, 70 Cobb, Francis ....................................1935 Cocke, William .......................1921, 22, 23 Colby, Howard ..................................1909 Conley, Ken ................................. 1993, 94 Corbin, Garnett ........................... 1939, 41 Cotton, Michael .......................... 1996, 97 Courtright, Raymond ........................1913 Courty, Paul ..................... 1946, 47, 48, 49 Cox, W.V. ................................1919, 20, 21 Crocker, Tony .................... 2007, 08, 09, 10 Cruce, Marian ...................................1908 Culbertson, Melvin ................1928, 29, 30 Cummins, Bill ...................................1952 Curry, Aaron..................... 1977, 78, 79, 80 Curry, Calvin ............................... 1994, 95

D Davis, Cade ............................2008, 09, 10 Davis, Edmond..................................1909 Davis, Jay ..........................................1987 Davis, Joel.........................................1992 Davis, Linwood ........................... 1985, 86 Davis, William ............................. 1989, 90 Day, Harley ................................. 1947, 48 Detrick, Jason ............................. 2002, 04 Diamond, Harry .....................1909, 10, 11 Dillingham, Mike ........................ 1984, 85 Dodd, Kyle .............................1978, 79, 80 Drake, Bruce ..........................1927, 28, 29 Due, Terry ..............................1966, 67, 68 Dunlap, John .........................1924, 25, 26 Dwyer, Ron .......................................1953

E Edwards, Josh ...................................1994 Eltinoe, Lamont ................................1953 Erdmann, Nate ........................... 1996, 97 Ere, Ebi ....................................... 2002, 03 Etheridge, Brian.......................... 1960, 61 Evans, Bobby Joe ...................1996, 97, 98 Evans, Edward .......................1961, 62, 63 Evans, Ted ..............................1972, 73, 74 Evans, Terry...................... 1990, 91, 92, 93 Everett, Terrell............................. 2005, 06

F Fernando, Larry ................................1971 Fields, Eddie .................... 1974, 75, 76, 77 Fields, Jess .............................1914, 15, 16 Finet, Scott .......................................1977 Fitzgerald, Andrew ...........................2010 Fleetwood, Fred .......................... 1964, 65 Fleshman, Norman ..................... 1951, 52 Flood, Tom .............................1964, 65, 66 Ford, Hugh.............................1939, 40, 41 Foster, Aaron ....................................2005 Foster, Tyrone....................................1996 Foust, Brandon .................................2004 Fouts, Warren ........................1960, 61, 62 Fowler, Keith.....................................1945 Fowler, Prince ...................................1995 Franklin, T.J................................. 2009, 10 Freiberger, Marcus .................1949, 50, 51 French, Tommy ................................1991

G

J

Gallien, Derrick .................................1992 Gallon, Keith “Tiny”...........................2010 Gandy, Don ................................. 1983, 84 Garner, DeWayne ..............................1963 Gatewood, James ..................1963, 64, 65 Gentry, Randy ........................1973, 75, 76 Gerber, Beau .................... 2007, 08, 09, 10 Gilbert, Johnnie ............... 2001, 03, 04, 05 Gilbert, Lee ................................. 1973, 74 Giles, Chris ........................................1995 Gilmer, William ........................... 1922, 23 Gilstrap, Oscar...................................1948 Gipson, Matt.....................................2003 Glasgow, Wayne ......................... 1949, 50 Godbold, David ................ 2005, 06, 07, 08 Goff, Leonard ....................................1965 Goldwire, Bennie ..............................1980 Goodwin, Dewey ..............................1925 Gordon, John .............................. 1975, 76 Gorman, John ........................1971, 72, 73 Gott, Allen .................................. 1966, 67 Grace, Ricky ................................ 1987, 88 Graalman, Gordon ...................... 1930, 32 Graham, Billy .............................. 1975, 76 Grammer, John .................................1981 Grant, Harvey ............................. 1987, 88 Grason, John.....................................1938 Gray, Taj ...................................... 2005, 06 Green, Shelley ..................................1971 Griffin, Blake............................... 2008, 09 Griffin, Taylor ................... 2006, 07, 08, 09 Grossman, Harold .............................1944 Grossman, Stanley .................1950, 51, 52 Gunning, Don .......................1935, 36, 37

Jack, Bobby ...........................1970, 71, 72 Jackson, Grady..................................1931 James, Harold ...................................1922 Jerome, R.F. ......................................1930 Johnson, Alpha ......................1922, 23, 24 Johnson, Austin ............... 2006, 07, 08, 09 Johnson, Clifford......................... 1977, 78 Johnson, David ................ 1984, 85, 86, 87 Jonhson, Farrell .....................1962, 63, 64 Johnson, Howard........................ 1965, 68 Johnson, Jerome...............................1983 Johnson, Jim .........................1965, 66, 67 Johnson, Michael........................ 1998, 99 Johnson, Nolan........................... 2000, 01 Johnson, Theodis ..............................1974 Johnston, Blake .......................... 2002, 03 Jones, Charles ............................. 1982, 83 Jones, Don ........................................1942 Jones, Greg .......................................1942 Jones, J.R.“Bob”.....................1952, 53, 54 Jones, Jackie .....................................1990 Jones, Joe ................................... 1956, 57 Jones, Kevin......................................1976 Jones, Kirby ................................ 1970, 71 Jones, Ronald ...................................1972 Jones, Sterling .......................1952, 53, 54 Jones, Sterling ................. 1924, 25, 26, 27 Jones, Tyrone .............................. 1988, 89

H Haddock, Jerry.......................1961, 62, 63 Hador, William ..................................1938 Haller, W.C. ............................1925, 26, 27 Hamilton, Angelo .............................1992 Hamilton, Larry .....................1953, 54, 55 Hammond, Bill ........................... 1958, 59 Hardin, Charles ........................... 1970, 71 Hardrick, Kyle ...................................2010 Harris, Mike ................................ 1990, 91 Hart, Lynn........................ 1952, 53, 54, 55 Hatman, Oren ...................................1931 Haugh, William.................................1938 Hawkins, George ...................1964, 65, 66 Hays, Don ................................... 1934, 35 Head, Andrew............................. 1977, 78 Heap, Paul .............................1941, 42, 43 Heard, Garfield ......................1968, 69, 70 Heiderbrecht, Delbert ................. 1959, 60 Hendrix, Larry............................. 1981, 82 Henry, Skeeter ............................ 1989, 90 Heskett, Tim .................... 1997, 99, 00, 01 Heywood, Jameel ....................... 2000, 01 Hines, Harold .............................. 1945, 46 Hohmann, Darrell ....................... 1961, 62 Holladay, Joe .........................1967, 68, 69 Holland, Tom ........................ 1972, 73 , 74 Holmes, Kermit........................... 1990, 91 Holt, Victor ............................1926, 27, 28 Honea, Bud............................1925, 26, 27 Hudson, Gene ............................. 1957, 58 Hudson, Harold........................... 1959, 60 Humphrey, Ryan ......................... 1998, 99

I Ivan, Larry .................................. 1957, 58

K Kaiser, James .........................1962, 63, 64 Kell, Arthur .......................................1956 Kennedy, Darryl ............... 1984, 85, 86, 87 Kerneck, George ......................... 1960, 61 Kerr, Ben ..................................... 1938, 39 Kersey, Rick............................1966, 67, 68 Kiergan, Ben ..........................1927, 28, 29 King, Joe ................................1956, 57, 58 King, Stacey ..................... 1986, 87, 88, 89 Kizziar, Gary ......................................1967 Krone, Lloyd......................................1946 Krouse, Don ......................................1945

L Lambert, Ernest .....................1908, 09, 10 Landon, Jack.................... 1944, 45, 46, 47 Lane, Kevin ................................. 1975, 76 Lane, Les.......................... 1952, 53, 54, 55 Lavender, Drew........................... 2004, 05 Leake, Don .............................1948, 49, 50 Leary, Omar ................................ 2008, 09 LeCrone, Harold .....................1932, 33, 34 LeCrone, Roy ..........................1926, 27, 28 LeCrone, Wayne ................................1934 Lee, Bruce .........................................1983 Lee, Jack ................................1960, 61, 62 Lehman, Warren ......................... 1941, 42 Leonard, Phil ....................................1960 Lewis, Pete ................................. 1993, 94 Lewis, Raymond ....................1958, 59, 60 Liggett, Michael ......................... 2002, 03 Linderberg, Edwin ...................... 1944, 45 Little, David ................................ 1982, 83 Longar, Longar ................ 2005, 06, 07, 08 Lynch, Ron .............................1970, 71, 72 Lynn, Douglas ........................1948, 49, 51

M Main, Percy............................1932, 33, 34 Marsh, Jack................................. 1958, 59 Marteney, James ........................ 1942, 43 Martin, Tony .................... 1987, 88, 89, 90


SOONERS

LETTERWINNERS

N Najera, Eduardo ............... 1997, 98, 99, 00 Nash, John........................................1997 Neal, Michael.............................. 2006, 07 Needy, Jerome ............................ 1934, 37 Nelson, Herman.......................... 1934, 37 Newby, Jerry.....................................1912 Newton, Kelley ........................... 2000, 01 Neysmith, Tony .................................2008 Niblack, Leslie...................................1926 Noble, William .......................1928, 29, 30 Norris, Granville .....................1927, 28, 29 Norton, Sherman...................1950, 51, 52

O Ontjes, John................................ 1994, 95 Osborne, James ................................2000 Ott, Michael ................................ 2005, 06 Otte, Ed....................................... 1936, 37 Overton, Bo ..................... 1980, 81, 82, 83 Owens, Joe .......................................1953 Owens, Ted ............................1949, 50, 51

P Pace, Lester...................... 1979, 80, 81, 82 Paine, Allie....................... 1941, 43, 44, 47 Pannell, Jan ...........................1982, 83, 84 Parsons, Frank ................. 1910, 11, 12, 13 Patterson, Damon..................1989, 90, 92 Patterson, Bob ..................................1969 Pattillo, Juan.....................................2009 Peard, Rodger ...................................1910 Peck, Jimmy .....................................1955 Perry, Max ........................................1978 Pettes, Andrew ........................... 1971, 72 Phipps, Conley ..................................1986 Pierce, Calvin .........................1982, 83, 84 Pinkerton, Bill...................................1956 Pinkerton, Harry ...............................1927 Pledger, Steven.................................2010 Pollard, Art .......................................1988 Ponder, Elmer ............................. 1914, 16 Potts, Frank ...........................1925, 26, 27 Potts, Jude .............................1931, 32, 33 Potts, Whinston ................................1945 Price, Brent ................................. 1991, 92 Price, Dave ........................................1926 Price, Denny ..........................1958, 59, 60 Price, Hollis ...................... 2000, 01, 02, 03 Pritchard, Bob........................1973, 74, 75 Pryor, Kenneth................. 1944, 47, 48, 49 Pugh, J.H. .........................................1918 Pugsley, Charles.....................1947, 50, 51 Purvis, Ingram ..................................1979

Q Quinn, Gregory .................................1928

R Raker, Gary ................................. 1976, 77 Ramsey, Grover .................................1944 Ray, Clifford ...........................1969, 70, 71 Raymond, J.R. ..................................2000 Reed, Louis .......................................1908

XEbi Ere

Reeds, Artie ................................ 1908, 09 Reeds, Claude .................. 1911, 12, 13, 14 Reich, Dick .................................. 1946, 47 Remy, John Paul ....................1935, 36, 37 Reztsov, Oleg .............................. 1999, 00 Richards, Bill ..........................1939, 40, 41 Risen, Homer .........................1917, 18, 19 Roberts, A.C. .............................. 1941, 42 Roberts, Butch .......................1963, 64, 65 Roberts, Harrold ....................1929, 30, 31 Roberts, Ron ............................... 1986, 87 Rogers, John ..........................1950, 51, 52 Rogers, Willie.........................1966, 67, 68 Rooney, Mike .............................. 1965, 66 Roop, Gene ............................1938, 39, 40 Rousey, Tom...........................1941, 42, 43 Ruppert, Maurice...................1923, 24, 25 Russell, Perry .............................. 1959, 60

S Sallier, Bryan .........................1991, 92, 93 Sampson, Kellen....................2005, 06, 07 Scheffler, Herb ............................ 1939, 40 Schwall, Don.....................................1957 Seager, Joe .......................................1984 Seaton, Stewart................................1929 Selvy, Daryan .............................. 2001, 02 Shaw, Roger .....................................1967 Shearer, Clifton .................................1929 Sidle, Donald .........................1966, 67, 68 Sieger, Dave ..................... 1984, 86, 87, 88 Simon, Mitchell .......................... 1941, 42 Simpson, Monte ...............................1957 Skurcenski, Jason........................ 1988, 89 Small, John .......................................1972 Snodgrass, Marvin .................1938, 39, 40 Sooter, Mark ..........................1973, 74, 75 Spaulding, Alex .......................... 1998, 99 Spaulding, Dayton ............................1946 Spears, Roy .......................................1913 Speegle, Wayne .....................1948, 49, 50 Stahl, William ...................................1922 Stevens, Clarence..............................1926

Stoermer, Bob........................1957, 58, 59 Stone, Renzi .................... 1997, 98, 99, 00 Stotts, Terry ..................... 1977, 78, 79, 80 Swanson, Glenn.....................1911, 12, 13 Szendrei, Jozsef .......................... 2002, 03

T Taylor, Jesse ......................................1929 Terrell, Jim .............................1948, 50, 51 Thomas, Jay ................................ 1936, 37 Thompson, Joe Lee ................1959, 60, 61 Thompson, Sam ...............................1955 Tisdale, Wayman ...................1983, 84, 85 Tisdale, William .....................1983, 84, 85 Tone, Rudolph ............................ 1935, 36 Tubbs, Tommy............................. 1984, 85 Tucker, Gerald ........................1942, 43, 47 Turner, Larry .....................................2004 Turner, Vernon ............................ 1950, 51 Tyler, George ............................... 1919, 20 Tyler, Stanley .........................1933, 34, 35

V Vann, Bryatt ............................... 1992, 93 Vaughn Richard ................................1944 Vest, Jerry ........................ 1973, 74, 75, 76

W Waite, Ed ...............................1920, 21, 22 Waite, Leo.........................................1920 Walker, Chris ............................... 2006, 07 Walker, Roscoe............................ 1938, 39 Wallace, Fred .............................. 1922, 23 Waller, Bob ............................1952, 53, 54 Wantland, Charles .................1934, 35, 36 Ware, Roland ....................................1991 Warren, Edgar........................1934, 35, 36 Warren, Willie ............................. 2009, 10 Waters, Bill ...................... 1947, 48, 49, 50 Watson, Chuck ................. 1984, 85, 86, 87 Watson, Landy.......................1967, 68, 69 Webster, Jeff .................... 1991, 92, 93, 94 West, Allan “Bus” ..............................1943 West, Gene ............................1925, 26, 27 Whaley, Bill ................................ 1945, 46 Wheeler, Richard ...................1923, 24, 35 Whisenant, Barney ................1915, 16, 17 Whisenant, Gilbert ...........................1922 White, Phil.................................. 1918, 20 White, Quannas .......................... 2002, 03 Whitley, Raymond ........... 1978, 79, 80, 82 Whitlock, Bill .............................. 1964, 65 Wiley, Andre ............................... 1988, 89 Wiley, Evan ............................1996, 97, 98 Wiginton, Craig .......................... 1976, 77 Williams, Herb ..................................1974 Williams, Jaison .......................... 2004, 05 Williams, Jay.................... 1973, 74, 75, 76 Willis, Ray ................................... 2009, 10 Wilson, Willie.........................1963, 64, 65 Woods, Mort............................... 1909, 10 Wooten, Robert ................................1969 Wright, Ryan .............................. 2009, 10

Y Yule, John ..............................1970, 71, 72 Yanish, Jason ................... 1992, 94, 95, 96

Z Zellner, Matthew ...................1939, 40, 41 Zoschke, Ezra ....................................2003

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Martin, Bill ............................1936, 37, 38 Martin, Eric ................................. 1998, 99 Martin, Scott .........................1970, 71, 72 Mason-Griffin, Tommy ......................2010 Maxey, Clyde.....................................1963 Maxey, Dick ......................................1964 May, John .........................................1930 Mayden, James........................... 1994, 95 Maze, Bobby .....................................2007 McBride, Floyd .......................1924, 25, 26 McBride, Harold ................................1921 McCalister, Tim ................ 1984, 85, 86, 87 McCasland, Howard ..................1914, 15, 16 McClain, Trent ............................. 1994, 95 McConnell, J.D. .................................1954 McCovery, Smokey ............................1990 McCullough, John ............ 1976, 77, 78, 79 McCurdy, Bob.............................. 1942, 43 McCurdy, Mike ....................... 1973, 74,75 McCurdy, Tom ............................. 1961, 62 McDermott, Hugh..................1917, 19, 20 McEachern, Delwin ................1952, 53, 54 McGhee, Aaron ........................... 2001, 02 McGuire, Connie ...............................1960 McKenzie, Lawrence ................... 2004, 05 McNatt, Jim ...........................1938, 39, 40 McNeil, Rick ..................... 1973, 75, 76, 77 Medley, Bruce ............................. 1957, 58 Merchant, Paul ................ 1947, 48, 49, 50 Mesch, Marvin .......................1938, 39, 40 Meyer, Lawrence ...................1929, 30, 31 Miller, Keith ......................................1948 Minor, Ryan ..................... 1993, 94, 95, 96 Mobra, Joe.................................. 1954, 55 Montgomery, Homer .................. 1915, 16 Moore, Joe .................................. 1954, 55 Moore, Lou .......................................1997 Moorehead, Richard .........................1960 Morris, Theodore ..............................1908 Morris, Walter ............................. 1949, 50 Morrison, Stan .......................1961, 62, 63 Morrison, Walter......................... 1953, 54 Morse, Wilfred ....................... 1922,23, 24 Mosier, H.D........................................1912 Mosier, William ........................... 1911, 12 Mullen, Vernon ......................1937, 38, 39 Muller, Fred ................................ 1954, 55 Mullins, Terrence.............. 1988, 89, 90, 91 Munson, Charles ...............................1934


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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS — OVERALL —

1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19

— CONFERENCE — L PCT. FINISH

W

L

PCT.

W

4 3 8 1 7 8 7 7 19 13 11 12

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NCAA (1-1) NIT (3-1) NCAA (1-1) NCAA (0-1) NCAA (3-1) NCAA (1-1) NCAA (2-1) NCAA (5-1) NCAA (2-1) NCAA (1-1) NIT (4-1) NCAA (0-1) NIT (1-1) NIT (0-1) NCAA(0-1) NCAA(0-1)

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1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96


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REGULAR SEASON EVENTS X2K SPORTS COLLEGE HOOPS

1995-96

2003-04

vs. Baylor ................................. W .........84-71 vs. Florida (OT) .......................... L ..........72-76

vs. Princeton ............................ W .........58-55

1996-97

vs. Tulsa ................................... W .........70-64

San Francisco ........................... W .........71-55 Denver ..................................... W .........80-50

vs. Western Illinois ................... W .........74-62 vs. Tulsa .................................... L ..........75-78

2005-06

(New York City Championship Rounds)

1997-98

CLASSIC

2007-08 (Norman Regional)

vs. West Virginia ....................... L ..........68-92

2007-08 at USC ....................................... L ..........55-66

2008-09 USC .......................................... W .........73-72

2009-10

vs. Coppin State ....................... W .........83-72 vs. Alabama ............................. W .........79-61

2006-07

1998-99

2007-08

XBIG EIGHT HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT

vs. Gonzaga .............................. W .........72-68

Kansas City, Mo.

Oklahoma City

vs. Western Ky.......................... W .........72-62 vs. Oral Roberts ........................ W .........83-72

2008-09

1958-59

1943-44

1999-00

vs. VCU ..................................... W .........81-70

vs. Southwestern Texas ............ W .........45-31 vs. Phillips ................................ W .........47-31 vs. Norman Naval Air................ W .........31-27

vs. Mt. St. Mary’s ...................... W .........94-41 vs. Arkansas State .................... W .........64-51

2009-10

vs. Iowa State........................... W .........68-65 vs. Kansas State......................... L ..........59-73 vs. Nebraska .............................. L ..........43-60

2000-01

1945-46

vs. Oral Roberts ........................ W .........84-51 vs. SMU (OT)............................. W .........79-78

XAT&T WIRELESS CLASSIC

Memphis ................................... L ..........53-63 Gardner-Webb ......................... W .........69-55

XALL-COLLEGE CLASSIC

vs. Texas Christian .................... W .........44-30 vs. Baylor .................................. L ..........42-43 vs. Kansas.................................. L ..........46-53

1946-47 vs. Baylor ................................. W .........64-47 vs. Kansas.................................. L ..........45-51 vs. Texas.................................... L ..........50-62

vs. Tulsa ................................... W .........58-48

vs. UTEP .................................... L ..........74-89

New York City

2001-02

2002-03

vs. Texas Southern ................... W .........97-55

vs. Alabama .............................. L ..........62-68

2002-03 vs. Michigan State .................... W .........60-58

vs. Arizona ............................... W .........79-62

1959-60 vs. Missouri .............................. W .........70-65 vs. Kansas.................................. L ..........54-55 vs. Colorado .............................. L ..........57-61

1960-61 vs. Colorado ............................. W .........64-60 vs. Kansas State......................... L ..........52-73 vs. Iowa State............................ L ..........55-67

1961-62 vs. Kansas................................. W .........61-60 vs. Iowa State............................ L ..........46-49 vs. Missouri (OT)........................ L ..........58-63

1979-80 vs. Western Michigan ............... W .........72-60 vs. Wyoming ............................ W .........70-56 vs. La. Tech............................... W .........80-70

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2004-05

XBIG 12/PAC-10 HARDWOOD SERIES

1962-63 vs. Oklahoma State ................... L ..........48-49 vs. Missouri ............................... L ........82-104 vs. Nebraska .............................. L ..........86-93

1981-82 vs. Western Illinois .................... L ..........78-79 vs. Pan American...................... W .........86-80 vs. Oklahoma City..................... W .........73-60

1963-64 vs. Missouri ............................... L ..........88-95 vs. Nebraska ............................. W .........75-66 vs. Iowa State........................... W .........82-79

1983-84 vs. UT-San Antonio................... W .......112-72 vs. Ark.-Little Rock ................... W .........87-62

1964-65

1984-85 vs. Manhattan .......................... W .......121-74 vs. La. Tech............................... W .........84-72

vs. Kansas State......................... L ..........65-75 vs. Iowa State........................... W .........76-72 vs. Oklahoma State ................... L ..........46-65

1985-86

1965-66

vs. Cincinnati............................ W .........78-65 vs. SMU .................................... W .........92-69

vs. Oklahoma State .................. W .........58-36 vs. Nebraska .............................. L ..........79-92 vs. Iowa State............................ L ..........82-87

1986-87 vs. Creighton ............................ W .......106-89 vs. TCU ...................................... L ..........82-95

1966-67 vs. Missouri .............................. W .........76-67 vs. Kansas.................................. L ..........73-86 vs. Kansas State......................... L ........76-102

1987-88 vs. Oral Roberts ........................ W .......144-93 vs. Illinois State ........................ W .......107-56

1967-68

vs. Texas A&M .......................... W .......128-80 vs. Texas................................... W .......124-95

vs. Nebraska .............................. L ..........65-75 vs. Kansas.................................. L ..........57-73 vs. Iowa State........................... W .........76-61

1989-90

1968-69

1988-89

vs. Colorado .............................. L ..........56-63 vs. Nebraska .............................. L ..........48-70 vs. Iowa State............................ L ..........62-67

vs. North Texas ......................... W .......147-94 vs. Tulsa ................................... W .........99-78

1990-91

1969-70

vs. Illinois State ........................ W .......112-69 vs. Tulsa ................................... W .......112-99

1991-92

vs. Kansas (OT) ......................... W .........68-64 vs. Kansas State........................ W .........72-67 vs. Colorado ............................. W .........73-72

vs. Morehead State .................. W .......118-99 vs. TCU ..................................... W .........78-73

1970-71 vs. Iowa State............................ L ..........71-74 vs. Missouri .............................. W .........70-63 vs. Kansas State........................ W .........83-52

1992-93 vs. UA-Anchorage .................... W .......102-70 vs. Texas................................... W .........85-76

1993-94 vs. Eastern Kentucky ................ W .........63-54 vs. Tulsa ................................... W .........95-76

1994-95 vs. Alabama State .................... W .........97-68 vs. Tulsa ................................... W .........76-61

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1971-72 vs. Kansas State......................... L ..........60-62 vs. Kansas................................. W .........97-69 vs. Nebraska .............................. L ..........68-84

1972-73 vs. Oklahoma State (OT) ........... W .........69-62 vs. Missouri ............................... L ..........68-69 vs. Iowa State............................ L ..........84-87


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XRAINBOW CLASSIC

Anchorage, Alaska

Honolulu, Hawaii

1983-84

1982-83

vs. Southern California ............. W .........92-91 vs. Arkansas .............................. L ..........78-84 vs. Santa Clara .......................... W .........91-77

vs. Va. Tech (OT) ....................... W .........88-86 vs. North Carolina...................... L ..........69-77 at Hawaii.................................. W .........96-85

2004-05

1994-95

Kansas City, Mo.

vs. High Point ........................... W .........93-65 vs. Washington ......................... L ..........91-96 vs. Minnesota ........................... W .........67-54

vs. Arkansas .............................. L ..........84-86 vs. Georgia Tech ........................ L ..........85-89 vs. Boston ................................ W .........75-70

1946-47

2009-10

XSOONER INVITATIONAL

1973-74

1956-57

vs. Missouri ............................... L ..........70-73 vs. Kansas.................................. L ..........72-82 vs. Oklahoma State .................. W .........91-73

vs. Kansas State........................ W .........67-64 vs. Kansas.................................. L ..........56-74 vs. Michigan State (OT) ............. L ..........74-76

1974-75

1957-58

vs. Nebraska.............................. L ..........64-75 vs. Oklahoma State .................. W .........79-70 vs. Missouri (2OT)...................... L ..........81-83

vs. Kansas.................................. L ..........50-68 vs. Colorado ............................. W .........53-52 vs. Missouri .............................. W .........80-69

1975-76 vs. Colorado .............................. L ..........59-61 vs. Nebraska .............................. L ..........53-75 vs. Iowa State........................... W .........71-51

XBIG SIX HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT

vs. Kansas State......................... L ..........55-59 vs. Missouri .............................. W .........61-53 vs. Nebraska ............................. W .........63-53

vs. San Diego............................. L ..........64-76 vs. Houston ............................... L ........93-100 vs. Nicholls State ...................... W .........81-60

1977-78

XBIG SUN CLASSIC

XHALL OF FAME CLASSIC

vs. Iowa State (OT) ................... W .........74-69 vs. Kansas.................................. L ..........76-79 vs. Nebraska .............................. L ..........68-75

St. Petersburg, Fla.

Springfield, Mass.

1978-79

1984-85

1976-77 vs. Kansas (OT).......................... L ..........70-74 vs. Oklahoma State .................. W .........71-54 vs. Nebraska .............................. L ..........56-66

Norman, Okla.

1985-86 Austin Peay .............................. W .......100-68 Southeastern La. ...................... W .......103-66

1986-87

vs. Auburn................................. L ..........70-78 vs. South Florida....................... W .........86-73

vs. Illinois .................................. L ..........64-81

Arkansas State ......................... W .........77-57 McNeese State ......................... W .........68-63

vs. Kansas State........................ W .........62-61 vs. Kansas.................................. L ..........75-86 vs. Nebraska .............................. L ..........53-69

1998-99

XBLUEBONNET CLASSIC

XHAWAII-LOA TOURNAMENT Kaneohe, Hawaii

Western Carolina...................... W .......102-51 Murray State ............................. L ..........64-68

1985-86

XBIG ISLAND INVITATIONAL

1999-00

1980-81

1978-79

Hilo, Hawaii

1997-98

2000-01 vs. Montana State .................... W .........84-76 vs. Tulane ................................. W .........83-69 vs. Oregon State ....................... W .........78-60

vs. Wyoming ............................. L ..........77-98 vs. Army ................................... W .......100-76

X CARDINAL CLASSIC Beaumont, Texas

1991-92 vs. Miss. Valley State ................ W .......118-99 at Lamar................................... W .......101-91

XCAROLINA TOURNAMENT

XBIG SEVEN HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT

Columbia, S.C.

Kansas City, Mo.

1977-78

1947-48

vs. Pennsylvania....................... W .........80-74 at South Carolina...................... W .........65-48

vs. Kansas State......................... L ..........48-55 vs. Colorado ............................. W .........61-56 vs. Missouri .............................. W .........55-44

1948-49

XCHAMINADE CLASSIC Honolulu, Hawaii

vs. Colorado ............................. W .........56-45 vs. Iowa State........................... W .........55-45 vs. Kansas................................. W .........52-49

1984-85

1949-50

1987-88

vs. Iowa State........................... W .........66-57 vs. Kansas State........................ W .........55-50 vs. Missouri ............................... L ..........42-44

vs. Virginia ............................... W .......109-61 vs. Dayton ................................ W .......151-99 vs. Georgia ............................... W .........93-90

1950-51

XCREIGHTON CAGE CLASSIC

vs. Kansas State......................... L ..........53-55 vs. Iowa State........................... W .........68-50 vs. Missouri .............................. W .........51-41

1951-52 vs. Stanford .............................. W .........77-71 vs. Missouri ............................... L ..........49-61 vs. Kansas State......................... L ..........69-84

vs. SMU ..................................... L ..........76-85 vs. Louisville ............................. W .........90-72

vs. Marshall .............................. W .........81-70 vs. Illinois ................................. W .........59-57

XMARSHALL INVITATIONAL

Alcorn State ............................. W .........75-56 La Salle..................................... W .........89-72

1969-70

2002-03

at Marshall ............................... W .........80-79 vs. Xavier (Ohio) ....................... W .......101-89

XMAUI INVITATIONAL Lahaina, Hawaii

1988-89 vs. Ohio State ........................... W .........97-93 vs. UNLV ................................... W .........83-81 vs. Michigan .............................. L ..........80-91

1992-93 vs. BYU ...................................... L ..........75-76 vs. Chaminade.......................... W .......105-88 vs. DePaul ................................ W .......108-94

2006-07 vs. Memphis .............................. L ..........65-77 vs. Purdue ................................. L ..........71-74 vs. Chaminade.......................... W .........72-57

XSUGAR BOWL CLASSIC New Orleans, La.

1947-48 at Tulane ................................... L ..........32-49

2002-03 vs. Mississippi State .................. L ..........45-54

XSUN DEVIL CLASSIC Tempe, Ariz.

1963-64

1986-87

XTOP OF THE WORLD CLASSIC

BYU .......................................... W .....119-110 at UNLV ..................................... L ..........81-90

1973-74

1990-91

1999-00

New Orleans ............................. W .........95-65 at Arkansas ............................... L ........88-110

vs. Montana State .................... W .........91-76 vs. G. Washington .................... W .........73-54 vs. California ............................ W .........75-58

vs. San Diego State................... W .........92-57 at Creighton ............................. W .........73-70

XDREYFUS CLASSIC

2001-02

2004-05

2008-09

1953-54

XFIGHTING ILLINI INVITATIONAL

vs. Colorado .............................. L ..........69-88 vs. Kansas State......................... L ..........64-86 vs. Cornell (OT) ......................... W .........71-68

Eastern Washington................. W .........69-59 Oral Roberts ............................. W .........84-68

Omaha, Neb.

vs. Kansas State......................... L ..........69-93 vs. Colorado .............................. L ..........61-76 vs. Iowa State............................ L ..........76-79

1955-56

2003-04

at Arizona State......................... L ........95-127 vs. Michigan State ..................... L ......100-118

Central Connecticut .................. W .........66-44 at Michigan State ...................... L ..........55-67

vs. Colorado (OT) ...................... W .........73-71 vs. Missouri ............................... L ..........87-95 vs. Iowa State............................ L ..........64-71

UC Irvine .................................. W .........87-65 Princeton ................................. W .........82-63

XPRESEASON NIT

1952-53

1954-55

2000-01

Huntington, W. Va.

New York City

vs. Washington ........................ W .........87-77 vs. Nebraska ............................. W .........86-70 vs. Kansas.................................. L ..........73-82

San Diego ................................. W .........68-61 UC Irvine .................................. W .........80-68

vs. Duke .................................... L ..........67-78

Champaign, Ill.

1980-81 vs. Bradley (OT) ........................ W .........53-52 at Illinois ................................... L ..........63-93

XGOLDEN GATE CLASSIC San Francisco, Calif.

1979-80

Mississippi Valley State ............ W .........94-53 Davidson .................................. W .........82-78 vs. UAB ..................................... W .........77-67 vs. Purdue (OT)......................... W .........87-82

XPUERTO RICO HOLIDAY CLASSIC San Juan, Puerto Rico

1998-99 vs. American-P.R. ..................... W .............2-0 vs. Mississippi............................ L ..........72-75 vs. N.C. State ............................. L ..........58-62

Fairbanks, Alaska

XUNLV TOURNAMENT Las Vegas, Nev.

1976-77 vs. Bradley................................ W .........90-70 at UNLV ..................................... L ........89-100

XVOLUNTEER CLASSIC Knoxville, Tenn.

1968-69 at Tennessee ............................. L ..........49-55 vs. Texas.................................... L ..........46-65

vs. Utah .................................... W .........69-68 at San Francisco ........................ L ..........61-68

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vs. Butler ................................... L ..........63-73 vs. Wisconsin............................. L ..........64-75 at Hawaii-Hilo .......................... W .........86-70

Houston, Texas


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SOONERS IN THE AP POLL

THE HISTORY

Following is a look at Oklahoma’s week-by-week position in the AP poll since it began in Jan. 20, 1949. Starting in the 1961-62 season, AP provided a preseason (PS) poll. The organization does not release a post-NCAA-Tournament poll. Year 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1957-58 1969-70 1971-72 1972-73 1974-75 1978-79 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1994-95 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2008-09

PS NP NP NP NP – 20 – – – T20 20 5 13 7 19 5 16 15 19 15 – 20 – – 22 25 3 14 – 6 12

1 – 17 16 – – – – – – – – 10 13 11 18 4 17 18 19 15 – 19 – – 21 – 7 14 – 6 12

2 – 19 – – – – – 19 – – – 17 8 9 16 5 12 16 19 15 – 18 – – 19 – 8 14 – 5 11

3 – – – – – – 19 17 – – – 15 8 7 14 6 8 13 17 T11 – – – – 14 – 6 14 – 5 6

4 – – – – – – 19 18 – – – 11 8 6 12 7 7 11 16 9 – – – – 20 24 6 11 – 8 5

5 16 – – – 16 – – – – – – 17 8 13 10 7 6 14 14 9 – – 24 23 19 22 7 8 – 8 4

6 – – 18 14 – – – – – – – 13 7 11 8 6 6 13 14 15 – – 23 21 18 12 5 7 – 7 4

7 – – 18 – – – – – – – 17 8 7 16 3 4 4 12 21 11 – – – 22 17 10 10 7 – 14 4

8 – – – – – – – – – – 20 13 7 11 11 3 3 11 23 19 – – – 20 15 5 9 6 – 12 6

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10

11

12

13

14

15

– – – – – – – – – 11 9 5 10 10 5 9 13 17 12 – – – 16 22 5 5 11 25 22 6

– 17 20 – – – – – – 12 7 6 8 7 4 9 21 18 20 25 – – 17 22 6 7 20 18 25 6

– – – – – – – – 10 7 5 8 4 1 13 23 21 16 24 – – 18 – 6 6 25 13 24 4

– – – – – – – 19 9 4 8 13 4 5 11 – – – – – – 18 24 4 7 22 14 19 2

– – – – – – – 8 5 10 12 4 1 10 – – – – – – 16 21 4 5 – 16 20 2

– – – – – – – 6 6 14 17 4 1 T5 – – – 25 – – 20 13 6 5 – 21 19 2

– – – – 19 6 4 15 – 4 4 1 – – – 16 – – 20 16 5 3 – 22 22 3

16

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18

– 16 – 7 4 15

4

Dates Jan. 20- March 8 Jan. 5-March 7 Dec. 19-March 7 Dec. 10-March 11 Dec. 9-March 10 Dec. 7-March 14 Dec. 5-March 13 Dec. 3-April 2 Nov. 28-March 13 Nov. 30-March 15 Nov. 29-March 13 Nov. 27-March 12 Nov. 26-March 11 Dec. 2-March 10 Dec. 1-March 15 Nov. 22-March 14

23 – 17 – – 15 16 3 6 – 17 22 6

12 13

Nov. 27-March 12 Nov. 25-March 16 Nov. 23-March 15 Nov. 21-March 13 Nov. 18-March 10 Nov. 17-March 9 Nov. 16-March 14 Nov. 14-March 13 Nov. 20-March 12 Nov. 18-March 17 Nov. 17-March 15 Nov. 16-March 14 Nov. 14-March 13 Nov. 17-March 16

4 2 1 – 24 – 16 – – 21 17 4 5 – 20 19 4

3 – 17 24 7

NP – No poll

XThe 2008-09 Sooners became the eighth team in OU history to be ranked in the AP’s top 25 for an entire season. The squad peaked at the No. 2 spot for three weeks.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR ROSTERS Following are rosters (with points, rebounds and assists averages) for Oklahoma teams beginning with the 1980-81 campaign, Billy Tubbs’ first as head coach.

1980-81 Overall: 9-18; Big Eight: 4-10 (7th Place)

40 35 54 20 14 42 52 32 00 12 24 23 50 22

Chucky Barnett (F, 6-4, 192, So., Indianapolis, Ind.) Steve Bajema (F, 6-7, 210, Sr., Cherry Creek, Colo.) Les Pace (F-C, 6-7, 215, Jr., Wichita, Kan.) Bo Overton (G, 6-3, 175, So., Ada, Okla.) Bennie Goldwire (G, 6-3, 175, Sr., Riviera Beach, Fla.) Todd Chambers (G, 6-4, 180, Fr., Bay City, Texas) Larry Hendrix (F, 6-9, 200, Jr., Houston, Texas) Kenny Smith (F, 6-6, 225, Jr., Marion, Ind.) Randy Samuels (F, 6-6, 200, Fr., Beaumont, Texas) John Grammer (G, 6-2, 180, So., Houston, Texas) Winn Walker (F, 6-5, 180, Fr., Norman, Okla.) Kyle Dodd (F, 6-5, 200, Sr., Dallas, Texas) Charles Jones (F-C, 6-10, 250, Jr., Mexia, Texas) Raymond Whitley (G, 6-3, 175, Sr., Indianapolis, Ind.)

PPG

RPG

APG

18.4 11.9 10.2 9.7 9.0 7.7 6.0 4.6 3.8 3.2 1.0 0.0

5.7 8.4 8.0 2.8 3.2 2.0 2.9 3.1 2.6 0.9 0.3 0.0 REDSHIRTED REDSHIRTED

PPG

RPG

3.0 0.7 0.2 4.1 3.5 1.9 0.2 0.0 0.2 1.8 0.0 0.5

Head Coach: Billy Tubbs Assistant Coaches: Mike Newell, Johnny Carter

1981-82 Overall: 22-11; Big Eight: 8-6 (3rd Place)

Chucky Barnett (F, 6-4, 200, Jr., Indianapolis, Ind.) David Little (F-G, 6-7, 210, Jr., Abilene, Texas) Charles Jones (C, 6-10, 240, Jr., Mexia, Texas) Bo Overton (G, 6-3, 175, Jr., Ada, Okla.) Larry Hendrix (F, 6-9, 200, Sr., Houston, Texas) Les Pace (F, 6-7, 215, Sr., Wichita, Kan.) Raymond Whitley (G, 6-3, 175, Sr., Indianapolis, Ind.) Darryl Allen (F, 6-7, 215, Jr., Chicago, Ill.) Calvin Pierce (F, 6-6, 225, So., Chicago, Ill.) Jan Pannell (G, 6-1, 175, So., Washington, D.C.) Bruce Lee (F, 6-8, 220, So., Edmond, Okla.) Shawn Clark (G, 6-3, 175, Fr., Brandywine, Md.) Charles Tippeconic (G, 6-1, 170, Fr., Globe, Ariz.) William Tisdale (G, 6-4, 210, Fr., Tulsa, Okla.)

18.9 18.5 8.1 7.2 5.3 5.1 4.7 4.6 4.4 3.5 2.3 0.0 0.0

3.8 3.2 5.0 2.8 6.0 0.6 2.0 4.5 2.4 0.3 4.4 *1.3 1.0 2.2 5.7 1.7 3.2 0.4 1.3 2.3 1.3 0.0 0.7 0.7 1.0 0.0 REDSHIRTED

Head Coach: Billy Tubbs Assistant Coaches: Mike Newell, Johnny Carter

23 10 40 50 20 33 11 24 34 23 42 35 14 12

Wayman Tisdale (F-C, 6-9, 240, Fr., Tulsa, Okla.) David Little (F, 6-7, 210, Sr., Abilene, Texas) Chucky Barnett (G, 6-4, 200, Sr., Indianapolis, Ind.) Charles Jones (C, 6-10, 235, Sr., Mexia, Texas) Bo Overton (G, 6-3, 175, Sr., Ada, Okla.) Calvin Pierce (F, 6-6, 225, Jr., Chicago, Ill.) Jan Pannell (G, 6-1, 175, Jr., Washington, D.C.) Shawn Clark (G, 6-3, 180, Fr., Brandywine, Md.) Jerome Johnson (F, 6-8, 215, Fr., Los Angeles, Calif.) William Tisdale (G, 6-4, 210, Fr., Tulsa, Okla.) Don Gandy (G, 6-4, 195, Jr., South Bend, Ind.) Bruce Lee (F, 6-8, 220, Jr., Edmond, Okla.) Mike Dillingham (G, 6-3, 185, Fr., Tulsa, Okla.) Tommy Tubbs (G, 6-0, 170, Jr., Beaumont, Texas)

Head Coach: Billy Tubbs Assistant Coaches: Mike Newell, Mike Mims

XWayman Tisdale averaged 24.5 points a game as a freshman, 27.0 points as a sophomore and 25.2 points as a junior before becoming the second player taken in the 1985 NBA Draft (by the Indiana Pacers) behind Patrick Ewing.

1983-84

1982-83 Overall: 24-9; Big Eight: 10-4 (2nd Place)

THE HISTORY

40 10 50 20 52 54 22 35 33 11 32 24 12 23

APG

PPG

24.5 18.7 11.6 8.5 8.3 5.8 4.9 3.1 1.6 1.4 1.0 0.9

RPG

APG

10.3 *2.5 6.3 3.5 3.1 4.1 6.9 0.6 2.4 7.1 4.5 1.1 2.0 5.1 0.9 0.3 2.2 0.1 0.4 0.1 0.6 0.1 2.3 0.5 REDSHIRTED REDSHIRTED

Overall: 29-5; Big Eight: 13-1 (1st Place)

23 32 33 24 55 30 11 42 44 40 22 12 14 50

Wayman Tisdale (F-C, 6-9, 240, So., Tulsa, Okla.) Tim McCalister (G, 6-3, 180, Fr., Gary, Ind.) Calvin Pierce (F, 6-6, 230, Sr., Chicago, Ill.) Shawn Clark (G, 6-3, 180, So., Brandywine, Md.) David Johnson (F-C, 6-8, 230, Fr., Kansas City, Kan.) Darryl Kennedy (G-F, 6-5, 190, Fr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Jan Pannell (F, 6-1, 175, Sr., Washington, D.C.) Don Gandy (G-F, 6-4, 195, Sr., South Bend, Ind.) Dave Sieger (F, 6-5, 195, Fr., San Bernardio, Calif.) Chuck Watson (F, 6-7, 195, Fr., Indianapolis, Ind.) William Tisdale (G, 6-4, 205, So., Tulsa, Okla.) Tommy Tubbs (G, 6-0, 170, Jr., Beaumont, Texas) Mike Dillingham (G, 6-3, 200, Fr., Tulsa, Okla.) Joe Seager (C, 6-10, 220, Fr., Newport Beach, Calif.)

PPG

27.0 16.1 9.6 8.5 8.1 8.0 7.4 2.4 2.0 1.7 1.8 1.1 0.0

RPG

APG

9.7 *2.2 3.8 4.2 6.2 2.5 2.3 1.9 6.2 1.2 4.3 0.9 4.1 7.1 1.5 0.1 1.5 0.6 2.0 0.3 1.1 0.4 0.3 1.6 0.2 0.0 REDSHIRTED

Head Coach: Billy Tubbs Assistant Coaches: Mike Mims, Mike Newell

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YEAR-BY-YEAR ROSTERS 1984-85 Overall: 31-6; Big Eight: 13-1 (1st Place)

23 30 25 32 55 24 11 12 22 40 50 14 20 44

Wayman Tisdale (F-C, 6-9, 250, Jr., Tulsa, Okla.) Darryl Kennedy (F, 6-5, 190, So., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Anthony Bowie (F-G, 6-6, 190, Jr., Tulsa, Okla.) Tim McCalister (G, 6-3, 190, So., Gary, Ind.) David Johnson (F-C, 6-7, 238, So., Kansas City, Kan.) Shawn Clark (G, 6-2, 180, Jr., Brandywine, Md.) Linwood Davis (G, 5-11, 180, Jr., Washington, D.C.) Tommy Tubbs (G, 6-0, 170, Sr., Beaumont, Texas) William Tisdale (F-G, 6-3, 220, Jr., Tulsa, Okla.) Chuck Watson (F, 6-7, 215, So., Indianapolis, Ind.) Joe Seager (C, 6-10, 225, Fr., Newport Beach, Calif.) Mike Dillingham (G, 6-4, 205, So., Tulsa, Okla.) Conley Phipps (G, 6-3, 185, Fr., Cleveland, Okla.) Dave Sieger (F, 6-5, 200, So., San Bernardino, Calif.)

1986-87 PPG

25.2 15.7 13.4 13.1 8.8 6.3 4.5 2.7 2.6 1.8 0.8 0.9

RPG

APG

10.2 *1.4 8.3 2.8 5.8 5.3 3.4 5.0 5.6 1.4 1.3 1.6 1.5 3.5 1.2 2.3 1.2 0.5 2.2 0.3 0.8 0.3 0.3 0.4 REDSHIRTED REDSHIRTED

Head Coach: Billy Tubbs Assistant Coaches: Jim Kerwin, Mike Mims

Overall: 24-10; Big Eight: 9-5 (2nd Place Tie)

32 25 30 14 55 44 33 20 23 40 50 24

Tim McCalister (G, 6-3, 203, Sr., Gary, Ind.) Harvey Grant (F-C, 6-9, 201, Jr., Sparta, Ga.) Darryl Kennedy (F, 6-5, 224, Sr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Ricky Grace (G, 6-2, 180, Jr., Dallas, Texas) David Johnson (F-C, 6-7, 265, Sr., Kansas City, Kan.) Dave Sieger (F, 6-5, 215, Jr., San Bernardino, Calif.) Stacey King (C, 6-10, 228, So., Lawton, Okla.) Conley Phipps (G, 6-3, 200, So., Cleveland, Okla.) Ron Roberts (F, 6-7, 215, Sr., Union City, N.J.) Chuck Watson (F, 6-7, 230, Sr., Indianapolis, Ind.) Tony Martin (F, 6-8, 232, So., Los Angeles, Calif.) Terrence Mullins (G, 6-4, 195, Fr., San Francisco, Calif.)

THE HISTORY

Darryl Kennedy (F, 6-5, 215, Jr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Tim McCalister (G, 6-3, 185, Jr., Gary, Ind.) David Johnson (F-C, 6-7, 238, Jr., Kansas City, Kan.) Anthony Bowie (F-G, 6-6, 185, Sr., Tulsa, Okla.) Linwood Davis (G, 5-11, 180, Sr., Washington, D.C.) Stacey King (C, 6-10, 215, Fr., Lawton, Okla.) Ron Roberts (F-C, 6-8, 225, Jr., Union City, N.J.) Conley Phipps (G, 6-3, 185, Fr., Cleveland, Okla.) Dave Sieger (F, 6-5, 205, So., San Bernardino, Calif.) Tony Martin (F, 6-8, 220, Fr., Los Angeles, Calif.) Chuck Watson (F, 6-7, 220, Jr., Indianapolis, Ind.)

Head Coach: Billy Tubbs Assistant Coaches: Jim Kerwin, Mike Mims, Mike Anderson

APG

3.6 4.9 9.9 1.3 6.8 2.9 3.1 5.6 5.6 0.8 3.0 2.1 3.8 *0.9 0.3 1.8 2.6 0.1 2.4 0.8 REDSHIRTED REDSHIRTED

Head Coach: Billy Tubbs Assistant Coaches: Jim Kerwin, Mike Mims, Mike Anderson

Overall: 35-4; Big Eight: 12-2 (1st Place)

30 32 55 25 11 33 23 20 44 54 40

19.8 16.9 15.9 11.2 9.2 7.4 7.0 5.3 4.1 2.8

RPG

1987-88

1985-86 Overall: 26-9; Big Eight: 8-6 (3rd Place Tie)

PPG

PPG

RPG

APG

21.0 18.2 14.3 13.3 7.9 6.0 5.9 4.5 3.2 3.2 1.8

8.2 4.8 6.9 4.6 2.4 3.8 2.8 0.7 3.0 1.6 2.9

2.1 4.3 0.8 4.7 5.0 *1.9 0.2 0.9 1.3 0.3 0.2

33 25 10 14 44 22 32 24 50 20 21 11

Stacey King (C, 6-10, 229, Jr., Lawton, Okla.) Harvey Grant (F, 6-8, 200, Sr., Sparta, Ga.) Mookie Blaylock (G, 6-0, 177, Jr., Garland, Texas) Ricky Grace (G, 6-1, 172, Sr., Dallas, Texas) Dave Sieger (F, 6-5, 207, Sr., San Bernardino, Calif.) Tyrone Jones (F, 6-5, 215, Jr., Washington, D.C.) Andre Wiley (F, 6-5, 197, Jr., Flint, Mich.) Terrence Mullins (G, 6-2, 198, Fr., San Francisco, Calif.) Tony Martin (F, 6-7, 230, So., Los Angeles, Calif.) Art Pollard (G, 6-2, 184, Jr., East Chicago, Ill.) Mike Bell (F, 6-5, 201, Jr., Montgomery, Ala.) Jason Skurcenski (G, 6-2, 172, So., Bartlesvillle, Okla.)

PPG

RPG

APG

22.3 20.9 16.4 14.3 10.9 6.3 6.0 3.7 3.7 2.5 2.1 0.6

8.5 9.4 4.1 3.5 4.9 1.8 3.4 1.4 2.7 0.7 1.1 0.4

*2.6 1.4 5.9 10.0 3.5 1.5 0.3 1.1 0.5 0.2 *1.0 0.4

Head Coach: Billy Tubbs Assistant Coaches: Mike Mims, Jim Kerwin, Mike Anderson

X Oklahoma’s 1987-88 team that played in the national title game featured four NBA Draft picks. No. 25 Harvey Grant (1988), No. 10 Mookie Blaylock (1989) and No. 33 Stacey King (1989) were first-round selections while No. 14 Ricky Grace (1988) was a third-round choice who eventually starred in Australia during a lengthy pro career.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR ROSTERS 1990-91 Overall: 20-15; Big Eight: 5-9 (6th Place Tie)

32 20 25 14 40 24 30 42 34 44 21 22 11 31

Jeff Webster (F, 6-8, 210, Fr., Midwest City, Okla.) Brent Price (G, 6-1, 175, Jr., Enid, Okla.) Kermit Holmes (F, 6-7, 210, Sr., Okmulgee, Okla.) Terry Evans (G, 6-1, 170, So., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Bryan Sallier (C-F, 6-8, 252, So., Port Arthur, Texas) Terrence Mullins (G, 6-3, 200, Sr., San Francisco, Calif.) Mike Harris (G, 6-1, 200, Sr., Muskogee, Okla.) Roland Ware (F, 6-6, 225, So., Memphis, Tenn.) Tommy French (F, 6-5, 177, Sr., Albuquerque, N.M.) Martin Keane (C-F, 6-9, 225, Jr., Toronto, Canada) KeKe Hicks (G, 6-1, 160, Fr., Atlanta, Ga.) Jeff Roberts (G, 6-2, 175, So., Shawnee, Okla.) Jason Skurcenski (G, 6-2, 180, Sr., Bartlesvillle, Okla.) Damon Patterson (F, 6-7, 205, Sr., Kalamazoo, Mich.)

PPG

18.3 17.5 14.8 11.1 10.2 9.7 7.6 7.5 5.5 5.0 5.0 1.0 0.7

RPG

APG

5.5 *0.6 3.6 5.5 9.3 1.3 3.0 6.2 5.6 *1.0 4.1 3.0 2.2 2.3 5.0 1.9 1.8 0.5 4.3 *1.1 1.1 1.2 0.0 0.0 0.3 0.0 REDSHIRTED

Head Coach: Billy Tubbs Assistant Coaches: Mike Mims, Mike Anderson, Tommy Tubbs XAfter averaging 7.0 points as a junior, Skeeter Henry exploded to average 17.3 points as a senior in 1989-90 (as well as 5.0 rebounds and 4.4 assists).

1988-89 Overall: 30-6; Big Eight: 12-2 (1st Place)

Stacey King (C, 6-11, 232, Sr., Lawton, Okla.) Mookie Blaylock (G, 6-1, 185, Sr., Garland, Texas) Tyrone Jones (G-F, 6-6, 212, Sr., Washington, D.C.) Terrence Mullins (G, 6-3,198, So., San Francisco, Calif.) William Davis (F, 6-6, 215, Jr., Kansas City, Kansas) Tony Martin (F, 6-8, 232, Jr., Los Angeles, Calif.) Andre Wiley (F, 6-6, 204, Sr., Flint, Mich.) Mike Bell (F, 6-6, 212, Sr., Montgomery, Ala.) Skeeter Henry (F-G, 6-7, 171, Jr., Grand Prairie, Texas) Damon Patterson (G-F, 6-7, 188, So., Kalamazoo, Mich.) Kermit Holmes (F, 6-7, 209, So., Okmulgee, Okla.) Jason Skurcenski (G, 6-2, 179, So., Bartlesvillle, Okla.) Terry Evans (G, 6-1, 185, Fr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Mike Harris (G, 6-1, 200, Jr., Muskogee, Okla.) Roland Ware (F, 6-6, 212, Fr., Memphis, Tenn.)

26.0 20.0 13.1 8.9 8.7 7.5 7.4 7.1 7.0 4.2 2.0 1.5

RPG

APG

10.1 *2.3 4.7 6.7 3.7 2.6 2.9 4.4 5.3 0.8 4.8 1.1 3.1 0.4 2.9 *1.9 3.7 2.3 2.8 1.3 2.3 0.3 0.6 0.1 REDSHIRTED REDSHIRTED REDSHIRTED

Skeeter Henry (F, 6-7, 180, Sr., Grand Prairie, Texas) William Davis (F, 6-6, 219, Sr., Kansas City, Kansas) Jackie Jones (F, 6-8, 216, Jr., Detroit, Mich.) Damon Patterson (F, 6-7, 195, Jr., Kalamazoo, Mich.) Tony Martin (F-C, 6-9, 250, Sr., Los Angeles, Calif.) Smokey McCovery (G, 6-2, 186, Jr., LaPorte, Texas) Terry Evans (G, 6-1, 175, Fr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Jeff Webster (F, 6-7, 213, Fr., Midwest City, Okla.) Terrence Mullins (G, 6-3, 200, Jr., San Francisco, Calif.) Kermit Holmes (F, 6-7, 215, Jr., Okmulgee, Okla.) Mike Harris (G, 6-1, 200, Jr., Muskogee, Okla.) Roland Ware (F, 6-6, 220, Fr., Memphis, Tenn.) Jason Skurcenski (G, 6-2, 180, Jr., Bartlesvillle, Okla.) Brent Price (G, 6-1, 172, Jr., Enid, Okla.)

Damon Patterson (F, 6-8, 190, Sr., Kalamazoo, Mich.) Brent Price (G, 6-1, 175, Sr., Enid, Okla.) Jeff Webster (F, 6-8, 219, So., Midwest City, Okla.) Bryan Sallier (C, 6-8, 255, Jr., Port Arthur, Texas) Terry Evans (G, 6-0, 170, Jr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Angelo Hamilton (G/F, 6-5, 200, Jr., Mobile, Ala.) Bryatt Vann (G, 6-4, 215, Jr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Derrick Gallien (F, 6-8, 185, Jr., Lake Charles, La.) Eric Coates (G-F, 6-5, 240, Jr., Brooklyn, N.Y.) Jason Yanish (F-C, 6-9, 220, Fr., Glenpool, Okla.) Joel Davis (F, 6-5, 220, Jr., Lufkin, Texas) Chris Black (F, 6-7, 165, Jr., Baton Rouge, La.) Dion Barnes (G, 6-0, 175, Fr., Houston, Texas) Shon Alexander (G-F, 6-5, 180, Fr., Preston, Okla.)

20.6 18.7 14.4 13.9 10.3 9.4 5.5 4.1 3.3 3.0 1.9

RPG

APG

8.7 2.8 3.7 6.2 6.2 *0.9 9.1 *1.6 3.2 4.8 3.4 2.3 2.8 1.2 2.8 *0.9 2.0 1.3 1.6 0.1 3.7 0.4 REDSHIRTED REDSHIRTED REDSHIRTED

Head Coach: Billy Tubbs Assistant Coaches: Mike Mims, Mike Anderson, Tommy Tubbs

Overall: 20-12; Big Eight: 7-7 (5th Place Tie)

1989-90 30 44 21 31 50 10 14 32 24 25 20 54 11 22

31 20 32 40 3 35 33 34 4 30 42 10 11 24

PPG

1992-93

Head Coach: Billy Tubbs Assistant Coaches: Mike Mims, Jim Kerwin, Mike Anderson

Overall: 27-5; Big Eight: 11-3 (2nd Place Tie)

Overall: 21-9; Big Eight: 8-6 (2nd Place Tie)

PPG

RPG

APG

17.3 5.0 4.4 16.6 8.5 1.2 15.0 7.0 *2.1 11.6 6.2 1.5 11.1 4.6 0.9 10.8 2.9 4.1 8.9 2.7 4.4 5.7 2.7 0.0 5.2 1.8 0.7 5.0 4.1 0.6 3.0 1.2 1.4 3.0 2.2 *0.7 0.6 0.3 0.5 DNP – TRANSFER

33 32 4 3 40 30 12 20 11 24 10 42 22 31

Bryatt Vann (G/F, 6-4, 217, Sr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Jeff Webster (F, 6-8, 225, Jr., Midwest City, Okla.) Angelo Hamilton (G/F, 6-5, 200, Sr., Mobile, Ala.) Terry Evans (G, 6-0, 170, Sr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Bryan Sallier (C, 6-8, 250, Sr., Port Arthur, Texas) Kenneth Conley (F, 6-8, 230, Jr., Detroit, Mich.) Ryan Minor (F, 6-7, 208, Fr., Hammon, Okla.) Pete Lewis (G, 6-2, 176, Jr., Hobbs, N.M.) Dion Barnes (G, 6-1, 190, Fr., Houston, Texas) Shon Alexander (G-F, 6-5, 184, Fr., Preston, Okla.) Chris Black (G-F, 6-7, 160, Jr., Baton Rouge, La.) Joel Davis (F, 6-5, 220, Sr., Lufkin, Texas) Josh Edwards (G, 6-3, 195, Fr., Norman, Okla.) Jason Yanish (F-C, 6-10, 233, So., Glenpool, Okla.)

PPG

16.9 16.5 14.3 14.0 12.5 9.3 4.7 3.3 2.1 1.3 0.9 0.6

RPG

APG

6.7 1.4 5.8 0.5 4.7 4.0 2.7 5.8 8.6 1.0 5.3 *1.5 2.7 1.0 2.4 2.5 0.9 0.3 1.0 0.3 0.7 0.2 1.6 0.3 REDSHIRTED REDSHIRTED

Head Coach: Billy Tubbs Assistant Coaches: Mike Mims, Mike Anderson, Jay Price

Head Coach: Billy Tubbs Assistant Coaches: Mike Mims, Jim Kerwin, Mike Anderson

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THE HISTORY

33 10 22 24 44 50 32 21 30 31 25 11 14 20 54

PPG

1991-92


OKLAHOMA

YEAR-BY-YEAR ROSTERS 1993-94 Overall: 15-13; Big Eight: 6-8 (5th Place)

32 12 44 30 10 20 11 3 31 24 4 14 41

Jeff Webster (F, 6-8, 232, Sr., Midwest City, Okla.) Ryan Minor (F, 6-7, 208, So., Hammon, Okla.) Calvin Curry (F, 6-7, 197, Jr., Compton, Calif.) Kenneth Conley (F, 6-8, 230, Sr., Detroit, Mich.) John Ontjes (G, 6-0, 167, Jr., Nickerson, Kan.) Pete Lewis (G, 6-3, 176, Sr., Hobbs, N.M.) Dion Barnes (G, 6-2, 190, So., Houston, Texas) Lou Williams (G-F, 6-3, 205, Jr., Brooklyn, N.Y.) Jason Yanish (C, 6-10, 245, So., Glenpool, Okla.) Shon Alexander (G-F, 6-6, 184, So., Preston, Okla.) James Mayden (C, 6-10, 245, Jr., Indianola, Miss.) Trent McClain (F, 6-7, 221, So., Tyler, Texas) Chris Giles (G, 6-4, 177, Jr., Fort Worth, Texas)

PPG

23.7 16.2 14.5 11.0 9.7 5.6 4.9 4.2 3.1 2.8 1.7 0.0

RPG

APG

7.8 0.7 7.4 1.8 5.1 1.8 5.8 *0.9 3.3 6.5 3.3 4.0 1.7 1.6 0.6 1.0 2.5 0.4 1.8 0.8 2.4 *0.5 0.0 0.3 REDSHIRTED

Head Coach: Billy Tubbs Assistant Coaches: Mike Mims, Mike Anderson, Darrell Pattillo

THE HISTORY

12 11 10 30 44 20 3 31 52 14 22

Ryan Minor (F, 6-7, 220, Jr., Hammon, Okla.) Dion Barnes (G, 6-1, 195, Jr., Houston, Texas) John Ontjes (G, 6-0, 180, Sr., Nickerson, Kan.) Ernie Abercrombie (F, 6-4, 240, Jr., Houston, Texas) Calvin Curry (G/F, 6-7, 210, Sr., Compton, Calif.) Prince Fowler (G, 5-11, 180, Fr., Las Vegas, Nev.) James Mayden (C, 6-10, 230, Sr., Indianola, Miss.) Jason Yanish (C, 6-11, 245, Jr., Glenpool, Okla.) Antonio Bobo (F, 6-8, 240, Fr., St. Louis, Mo.) Trent McClain (F, 6-7, 220, Jr. Tyler, Texas) Chris Giles (G, 6-4, 177, Sr., Fort Worth, Texas)

RPG

APG

23.6 11.2 11.1 10.5 8.0 6.6 5.4 4.0 2.4 1.3 0.8

8.4 3.0 3.1 6.2 3.7 1.9 5.5 2.8 1.7 0.5 0.2

2.1 2.0 6.8 1.0 1.8 2.2 *1.9 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.4

Ryan Minor (F, 6-7, 220, Sr., Hammon, Okla.) Ernie Abercrombie (F, 6-4, 240, Sr., Houston, Texas) Nate Erdmann (G, 6-5, 210, Jr., Portales, N.M.) Tyrone Foster (G, 6-4, 180, Jr., White Plains, N.Y.) Dion Barnes (G, 6-1, 195, Sr., Houston, Texas) Bobby Joe Evans (C, 6-9, 270, Fr., McKinney, Texas) Evan Wiley (C, 6-11, 270, So., Lawton, Okla.) Michael Cotton (G, 6-4, 200, Fr., Jacksonville, Ark.) Robert Allison (G, 6-5, 200, Jr., El Reno, Okla.) Jason Yanish (C, 6-11, 245, Sr., Glenpool, Okla.) Jason Hutton (G, 5-11, 170, So., Edmond, Okla.) Alex Rideout (F, 6-5, 210, Fr., Norman, Okla.)

Nate Erdmann (G, 6-5, 195, Sr., Portales, N.M.) Corey Brewer (G, 6-2, 190, Jr., West Memphis, Ark.) Lou Moore (F, 6-6, 220, Jr., Rock Hill, S.C.) Eduardo Najera (F, 6-8, 235, Fr., Chihuahua, Mexico) Evan Wiley (C, 6-11, 260, Jr., Lawton, Okla.) Bobby Joe Evans (C, 6-9, 270, So., McKinney, Texas) Robert Allison (G, 6-5, 200, Jr., El Reno, Okla.) Tim Heskett (G, 6-1, 180, Fr., Lexington, S.C.) Renzi Stone (F, 6-10, 240, Fr., Tulsa, Okla.) Michael Cotton (G, 6-4, 200, So., Jacksonville, Ark.) John Nash (G, 6-2, 205, Sr., McLoud, Okla.) Reggie Bass (G, 6-2, 180, Jr., Pine Bluff, Ark.)

PPG

RPG

APG

21.3 13.6 12.8 10.5 9.2 5.7 3.8 2.2 2.0 2.0 0.0 0.0

7.6 10.1 5.6 2.9 2.4 3.7 3.8 1.3 1.0 2.0 0.5 0.5

2.6 1.5 2.6 5.6 2.6 0.4 0.3 0.6 0.3 0.2 0.0 0.0

Head Coach: Kelvin Sampson Assistant Coaches: Jason Rabedeaux, Ray Lopes, Bobby Champagne

RPG

APG

20.5 17.5 8.7 7.0 6.4 5.9 4.8 3.9 3.3 1.1 0.4 0.0

4.8 4.5 4.0 5.6 4.8 2.5 1.7 1.3 4.1 1.1 0.2 0.0

3.1 3.5 0.9 1.1 *0.7 1.2 1.6 0.9 0.7 0.6 0.0 0.0

RPG

APG

Head Coach: Kelvin Sampson Assistant Coaches: Jason Rabedeaux, Ray Lopes, Bobby Champagne

31 32 20 14 24 10 30 50 33 44 00 4 22

Corey Brewer (G, 6-2, 190, Sr., West Memphis, Ark.) Evan Wiley (C, 6-11, 255, Sr., Lawton, Okla.) Eduardo Najera (F, 6-8, 235, So., Chihuahua, Mexico) Tim Heskett (G, 6-1, 180, So., Lexington, S.C.) Ryan Humphrey (F, 6-8, 225, Fr., Tulsa, Okla.) Michael Johnson (G, 6-0, 170, Jr., Las Vegas, Nev.) Eric Martin (G/F, 6-5, 200, Jr., Louisville, Ky.) Robert Allison (G, 6-5, 200, Sr., El Reno, Okla.) Renzi Stone (F, 6-10, 255, So., Tulsa, Okla.) Alex Spaulding (G, 6-3, 185, Fr., Burlington, N.C.) Bobby Joe Evans (C, 6-9, 270, Jr., McKinney, Texas) Reggie Bass (G, 6-2, 200, Sr., Pine Bluff, Ark.) Oleg Reztsov (C, 7-2, 230, Jr., Kiev, Ukraine)

PPG

20.8 10.7 10.5 9.5 9.2 7.1 6.5 6.3 4.4 2.5 1.0 0.5

5.6 3.2 5.2 0.7 5.4 1.4 2.0 2.5 6.5 *1.8 2.8 4.3 3.4 1.2 2.2 1.5 3.9 1.4 0.6 0.5 0.5 0.0 0.2 0.2 REDSHIRTED

1998-99 Overall: 22-11; Big 12: 11-5 (2nd Place Tie)

21 30 10 24 14 44 33 32 42 22 3 11 20

Eduardo Najera (F, 6-8, 235, Jr., Chihuahua, Mexico) Eric Martin (G/F, 6-5, 210, Sr., Louisville, Ky.) Michael Johnson (G, 6-0, 170, Sr., Las Vegas, Nev.) Ryan Humphrey (F, 6-8, 225, So., Tulsa, Okla.) Tim Heskett (G, 6-1, 185, So., Lexington, S.C.) Alex Spaulding (G, 6-3, 190, So., Burlington, N.C.) Renzi Stone (F/C, 6-10, 255, Jr., Tulsa, Okla.) Victor Avila (C, 6-10, 255, Jr., Culiacan, Mexico) Richard Ainooson (G, 6-3, 165, So., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Oleg Reztsov (C, 7-2, 235, Jr., Kiev, Ukraine) Michael Cano (G, 6-1, 160, Fr., San Antonio, Texas) J.R. Raymond (G, 6-2, 180, Fr., Gastonia, N.C.) Kelley Newton (G, 6-2, 195, Jr., Kansas City, Kan.)

Head Coach: Kelvin Sampson Assistant Coaches: Jason Rabedeaux, Ray Lopes, Bennie Seltzer

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PPG

Head Coach: Kelvin Sampson Assistant Coaches: Jason Rabedeaux, Ray Lopes, Bennie Seltzer

1995-96 12 34 22 4 11 00 32 44 50 31 5 30

22 31 15 20 32 00 50 14 33 44 11 4

Overall: 22-11; Big 12: 11-5 (2nd Place Tie) PPG

Head Coach: Kelvin Sampson Assistant Coaches: Jason Rabedeaux, Ray Lopes, Bobby Champagne

Overall: 17-13; Big Eight: 8-6 (3rd Place)

Overall: 19-11; Big 12: 9-7 (5th Place)

1997-98

1994-95 Overall: 23-9; Big Eight: 9-5 (3rd Place)

1996-97

PPG

15.5 12.1 11.6 11.1 9.5 4.0 3.6 3.3 0.3 0.2 0.0

RPG

APG

8.3 2.2 4.7 1.8 3.6 3.9 7.5 *2.0 1.8 2.2 2.5 2.0 3.7 1.1 3.0 0.2 0.3 0.0 0.4 0.0 0.3 0.4 DID NOT PLAY REDSHIRTED


SOONERS

YEAR-BY-YEAR ROSTERS 1999-00 Overall: 27-7; Big 12: 12-4 (3rd Place Tie)

21 11 5 14 10 20 32 33 32 25 22 3 30

Eduardo Najera (F, 6-8, 240, Sr., Chihuahua, Mexico) J.R. Raymond (G, 6-2, 175, So., Gastonia, N.C.) Nolan Johnson (G, 6-4, 215, Jr., Brooklyn, N.Y.) Tim Heskett (G, 6-1, 185, Jr., Lexington, S.C.) Hollis Price (G, 6-1, 165, Fr., New Orleans, La.) Kelley Newton (G, 6-2, 190, Jr., Kansas City, Kan.) Victor Avila (C, 6-10, 255, Sr., Culiacan, Mexico) Renzi Stone (F/C, 6-10, 250, Sr., Tulsa, Okla.) Jameel Heywood (F, 6-6, 220, Jr., Bronx, N.Y.) James Osborne (G, 6-2, 165, Fr., Brenham, Texas) Oleg Reztsov (C, 7-2, 230, Sr., Kiev, Ukraine) Michael Cano (G, 6-1, 170, So., San Antonio, Texas) Jarrett Hart (G, 6-3, 210, Fr., Little Rock, Ark.)

2001-02 PPG

RPG

APG

18.4 13.4 10.0 7.4 7.2 6.3 5.2 4.4 3.2 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.0

9.2 3.3 5.1 1.5 2.2 1.5 4.4 3.9 2.9 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.3

2.1 3.4 1.7 1.4 3.5 0.8 0.6 1.4 0.4 0.0 0.1 0.1 0.2

Head Coach: Kelvin Sampson Assistant Coaches: Ray Lopes, Jim Shaw, Bennie Seltzer

Nolan Johnson (G, 6-4, 220, Sr., Brooklyn, N.Y.) Aaron McGhee (F, 6-8, 250, Jr., Aurora, Ill.) Hollis Price (G, 6-1, 170, So., New Orleans, La.) J.R. Raymond (G, 6-2, 175, Jr., Gastonia, N.C.) Kelley Newton (G, 6-2, 190, Sr., Kansas City, Kan.) Daryan Selvy (F, 6-6, 215, Jr., West Memphis, Ark.) Ronnie Griffin (F, 6-9, 235, Jr., Louisville, Ky.) Jozsef Szendrei (C, 6-9, 240, Jr., Budapest, Hungary) Jameel Heywood (F, 6-6, 230, Sr., Bronx, N.Y.) Tim Heskett (G, 6-1, 180, Sr., Lexington, S.C.) Johnnie Gilbert (F, 6-7, 220, Fr., Minneapolis, Minn.) Michael Cano (G, 6-1, 175, Jr., San Antonio, Texas) Richard Ainooson (G, 6-3, 180, Jr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Blake Johnston (G, 6-1, 175, Fr., Midland, Texas) Jabahri Brown (C, 6-10, 210, So., St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.)

Head Coach: Kelvin Sampson Assistant Coaches: Ray Lopes, Jim Shaw, Bennie Seltzer

Hollis Price (G, 6-1, 165, Jr., New Orleans, La.) Aaron McGhee (F, 6-8, 250, Sr., Aurora, Ill.) Ebi Ere (G, 6-5, 215, Jr., Tulsa, Okla.) Jason Detrick (G, 6-5, 210, Jr., Newport News, Va.) Quannas White (G, 6-1, 190, Jr., New Orleans, La.) Daryan Selvy (F, 6-6, 215, Sr., West Memphis, Ark.) Jabahri Brown (C, 6-10, 210, So., St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.) Johnnie Gilbert (F, 6-7, 230, So., Minneapolis, Minn.) Blake Johnston (G, 6-1, 180, Fr., Midland, Texas) Jozsef Szendrei (C, 6-9, 240, Jr., Budapest, Hungary) Michael Cano (G, 6-1, 180, Sr., San Antonio, Texas) Richard Ainooson (G, 6-3, 185, Sr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Michael Liggett (F, 6-6, 190, Fr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Matt Gipson (G/F, 6-9, 205, Fr., Burkburnett, Texas)

16.5 16.0 14.6 9.2 7.6 6.7 4.8 4.2 1.7 1.4 0.9 0.8 0.2

RPG

APG

3.1 2.6 7.7 1.1 5.8 1.6 3.5 1.2 2.7 4.7 4.9 1.1 5.7 *1.3 4.8 0.8 0.7 1.2 2.4 0.1 0.5 0.3 0.6 0.1 0.2 0.0 REDSHIRTED

PPG

RPG

APG

13.2 4.9 1.8 12.9 4.8 0.7 11.8 2.6 4.7 11.3 3.5 2.6 9.8 2.5 1.3 6.9 5.2 0.9 4.8 3.4 0.7 4.0 4.0 0.0 3.8 4.6 0.7 3.7 0.7 0.8 2.3 4.3 0.5 0.8 0.1 0.3 0.7 0.4 0.0 0.0 2.0 1.0 DNP – TRANSFER

2002-03 Overall: 27-7; Big 12: 12-4 (3rd Place)

10 2 34 4 15 21 32 12 24 42 44 55 3 5

Hollis Price (G, 6-1, 170, Sr., New Orleans, La.) Ebi Ere (G, 6-5, 215, Sr., Tulsa, Okla.) Kevin Bookout (F, 6-8, 260, Fr., Stroud, Okla.) Quannas White (G, 6-1, 190, Sr., New Orleans, La.) De’Angelo Alexander (G, 6-4, 215, Fr., Midwest City, Okla.) Jabahri Brown (C, 6-10, 210, Jr., St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.) Johnnie Gilbert (F, 6-8, 230, So., Minneapolis, Minn.) Blake Johnston (G, 6-1, 185, So., Midland, Texas) Matt Gipson (G/F, 6-9, 225, Fr., Burkburnett, Texas) Jozsef Szendrei (C, 6-9, 240, Sr., Budapest, Hungary) Larry Turner (C, 6-11, 235, Fr., Milledgeville, Ga.) Michael Liggett (F, 6-6, 190, So., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Ezra Zoschke (G, 5-9, 160, Jr., Thomas, Okla.) Jason Detrick (G, 6-5, 215, Sr., Newport News, Va.)

PPG

RPG

APG

18.0 12.9 9.4 8.6 7.1 6.3 3.7 2.7 1.8 1.4 1.3 0.7 0.1

2.7 4.8 5.9 3.6 3.6 5.5 4.7 0.8 1.1 2.6 1.5 0.0 0.6 REDSHIRTED

PPG

RPG

2.8 1.9 0.5 4.1 0.9 1.5 0.7 1.6 0.2 0.1 0.3 0.0 0.3

Head Coach: Kelvin Sampson Assistant Coaches: Jim Shaw, Jimmy Tubbs, Bennie Seltzer

2003-04 Overall: 20-11; Big 12: 8-8 (7th Place)

5 3 15 1 34 21 2 32 22 44 4 11

Jason Detrick (G, 6-6, 215, Sr., Newport News, Va.) Drew Lavender (G, 5-7, 155, Fr., Columbus, Ohio) De’Angelo Alexander (G, 6-5, 215, So., Midwest City, Okla.) Lawrence McKenzie (G, 6-2, 170, Fr., Minneapolis, Minn.) Kevin Bookout (F, 6-8, 265, So., Stroud, Okla.) Jabahri Brown (C, 6-10, 210, Sr., St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.) Jaison Williams (G, 6-3, 185, Jr., Aurora, Colo.) Johnnie Gilbert (F, 6-8, 230, Jr., Minneapolis, Minn.) Brandon Foust (F, 6-6, 205, Fr., Columbus, Ohio) Larry Turner (C, 6-11, 235, Fr., Milledgeville, Ga.) Jimmy Tobias (G, 6-4, 185, Fr., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.) Kellen Sampson (G, 6-1, 180, Fr., Norman, Okla)

11.4 11.3 9.6 8.2 7.6 7.1 5.8 5.3 4.1 3.2 2.0

APG

2.9 1.3 2.4 3.9 4.8 1.3 2.3 1.2 5.5 0.5 5.1 1.6 2.8 1.5 4.0 *1.5 2.8 0.4 2.7 *1.2 1.2 0.7 DID NOT PLAY

Head Coach: Kelvin Sampson Assistant Coaches: Jim Shaw, Jimmy Tubbs, Bennie Seltzer

XPoint guard Quannas White directed the Sooners to the Final Four and Elite Eight in his only two seasons at Oklahoma (2001-02 and 2002-03, respectively).

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THE HISTORY

5 13 10 11 22 24 4 42 34 14 32 3 20 12

10 13 2 5 4 24 21 32 12 42 3 20 55 15

PPG

Head Coach: Kelvin Sampson Assistant Coaches: Ray Lopes, Jim Shaw, Bennie Seltzer

2000-01 Overall: 26-7; Big 12: 12-4 (2nd Place Tie)

Overall: 31-5; Big 12: 13-3 (2nd Place)


OKLAHOMA

YEAR-BY-YEAR ROSTERS 2007-08

2004-05 Overall: 25-8; Big 12: 12-4 (1st Place Tie)

21 20 34 3 1 2 4 32 30 22 44 11 5 13

Taj Gray (F, 6-9, 235, Jr., Wichita, Kan.) Terrell Everett (G, 6-4, 185, Jr., Charleston, S.C.) Kevin Bookout (F, 6-8, 259, Jr., Stroud, Okla.) Drew Lavender (G, 5-7, 153, So., Columbus, Ohio) Lawrence McKenzie (G, 6-2, 175, So., Minneapolis, Minn.) Jaison Williams (G, 6-3, 181, Sr., Aurora, Colo.) David Godbold (G, 6-5, 212, Fr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Johnnie Gilbert (F, 6-8, 228, Sr., Minneapolis, Minn.) Longar Longar (C, 6-11, 215, Fr., Rochester, Minn.) Brandon Foust (G, 6-6, 211, So., Columbus, Ohio) Larry Turner (C, 6-11, 241, So., Milledgeville, Ga.) Kellen Sampson (G, 6-1, 182, So., Norman, Okla.) Michael Ott (G, 6-4, 192, Fr., San Antonio, Texas) Aaron Foster (G, 6-4, 210, Fr., Norman, Okla.)

PPG

RPG

APG

14.6 12.5 11.5 9.7 9.5 6.8 4.6 3.8 2.9 2.8 2.0 1.8 0.9 0.4

8.2 4.8 6.6 1.5 1.6 2.5 2.5 3.7 1.9 1.0 1.8 0.5 0.3 0.3

*1.8 5.0 0.6 3.2 1.2 2.2 1.0 *0.7 *0.6 1.0 0.0 0.7 0.0 0.0

Head Coach: Kelvin Sampson Assistant Coaches: Bob Hoffman, Ray McCallum, Bennie Seltzer

Overall: 23-12; Big 12: 9-7 (4th Place Tie)

23 30 5 20 15 32 00 11 34 2 45 4

Blake Griffin (F, 6-10, 243, Fr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Longar Longar (C, 6-11, 234, Sr., Rochester, Minn.) Tony Crocker (G, 6-6, 193, So., San Antonio, Texas) Austin Johnson (G, 6-3, 165, Jr., Amarillo, Texas) David Godbold (G, 6-5, 221, Sr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Taylor Griffin (F, 6-7, 230, Jr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Keith Clark (F, 6-8, 240, So., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Omar Leary (G, 5-10, 163, Jr., Portland, Ore.) Cade Davis (G, 6-5, 203, Fr., Elk City, Okla.) Tony Neysmith (G, 6-5, 203, Fr., Norcross, Ga.) Beau Gerber (F, 6-8, 224, So., Winfield, Kan.) Dau Jok (G, 6-1, 176, So., Olathe, Kan)

THE HISTORY

Taj Gray (F, 6-9, 238, Sr., Wichita, Kan.) Terrell Everett (G, 6-4, 188, Sr., Charleston, S.C.) Michael Neal (G, 6-3, 191, Jr., Mesquite, Texas) Kevin Bookout (F, 6-8, 270, Sr., Stroud, Okla.) Nate Carter (G-F, 6-6, 220, Jr., San Diego, Calif.) David Godbold (G, 6-5, 217, So., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Taylor Griffin (F, 6-7, 232, Fr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Austin Johnson (G, 6-3, 168, Fr., Amarillo, Texas) Longar Longar (C, 6-11, 225, So., Rochester, Minn.) Chris Walker (G, 6-3, 188, Jr., Sacramento, Calif.) Kellen Sampson (G, 6-1, 190, Jr., Norman, Okla.) Michael Ott (G, 6-4, 197, So., San Antonio, Texas)

PPG

RPG

APG

14.2 12.7 12.4 11.2 6.0 5.7 3.1 3.1 2.1 1.1 0.3 0.0

7.7 3.7 2.6 6.9 3.4 3.2 2.8 2.0 1.9 0.7 0.4 0.0

0.9 6.9 2.0 0.2 0.6 1.4 0.5 1.9 0.1 1.1 0.6 0.0

2006-07 24 30 2 5 15 20 32 3 00 11 45 1

Nate Carter (F, 6-6, 220, Sr., San Diego, Calif.) Longar Longar (C, 6-11, 228, Jr., Rochester, Minn.) Michael Neal (G, 6-3, 198, Sr., Mesquite, Texas) Tony Crocker (G, 6-5, 187, Fr., San Antonio, Texas) David Godbold (G, 6-5, 215, Jr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Austin Johnson (G, 6-3, 160, So., Amarillo, Texas) Taylor Griffin (F, 6-7, 232, So., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Bobby Maze (G, 6-3, 175, Fr., Suitland, Md.) Keith Clark (F, 6-8, 245, Fr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Kellen Sampson (G, 6-1, 186, Sr., Norman, Okla.) Beau Gerber (F, 6-7, 204, Fr., Winfield, Kan.) Chris Walker (G, 6-3, 192, Sr., Sacramento, Calif.)

Head Coach: Jeff Capel Assistant Coaches: Rod Barnes, Ben Betts, Mark Cline

23 13 5 32 20 12 34 41 31 11 1 21 45 3

Blake Griffin (F, 6-10, 251, So., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Willie Warren (G, 6-4, 207, Fr., Fort Worth, Texas) Tony Crocker (G, 6-6, 206, Jr., San Antonio, Texas) Taylor Griffin (F, 6-7, 238, Sr., Oklahoma City, Okla.) Austin Johnson (G, 6-3, 176, Sr., Amarillo, Texas) Juan Pattillo (F, 6-6, 216, Jr., Las Vegas, Nev.) Cade Davis (G, 6-5, 208, So., Elk City, Okla.) Ray Willis (G, 6-6, 172, Fr., Atlanta, Ga.) Kyle Cannon (F, 6-8, 236, So., Baltimore, Md.) Omar Leary (G, 5-11, 173, Sr., Portland, Ore.) Ryan Wright (F, 6-9, 234, Jr., Mississauga, Ontario) Orlando Allen (C, 6-10, 267, So., Cincinnati, Ohio) Beau Gerber (F, 6-8, 224, So., Winfield, Kan.) T.J. Franklin (G, 5-11, 161, Fr., Fort Worth, Texas)

9.1 5.6 3.8 2.7 4.0 4.9 2.0 1.3 1.5 0.6 0.3 0.0

1.8 1.3 1.9 2.9 1.8 0.9 0.8 1.3 0.4 0.2 0.0 0.0

PPG

RPG

APG

22.7 14.6 9.6 9.6 8.6 6.2 4.7 3.3 1.9 1.9 1.8 1.8 0.6 0.3

14.4 2.2 3.2 5.8 3.0 3.6 1.7 1.4 1.8 0.8 2.1 0.7 0.7 0.6

2.3 3.1 1.3 1.4 3.9 0.3 0.9 0.1 0.2 1.1 0.1 0.0 0.2 0.5

PPG

RPG

APG

16.3 14.1 11.4 10.3 9.9 6.2 4.8 4.4 2.6 1.2 0.4 0.1 0.0

3.3 2.9 6.2 7.9 3.9 1.5 2.0 4.3 2.2 1.9 0.2 0.1 0.3

4.1 5.0 1.7 0.8 1.0 0.6 0.5 0.2 0.3 0.0 0.0 0.3 0.0

2009-10 PPG

RPG

APG

11.6 10.4 10.0 8.6 7.4 7.0 6.3 5.6 3.8 1.3 1.1 1.0

5.1 7.1 2.6 3.7 4.6 1.8 5.2 1.9 2.3 0.4 1.1 1.2

0.7 *1.4 1.7 1.8 1.7 2.8 1.4 2.1 0.4 0.1 0.0 0.9

Overall: 13-18; Big 12: 4-12 (9th Place Tie)

13 11 5 24 34 2 4 1 41 21 45 3 25

Willie Warren (G, 6-4, 203, So., Fort Worth, Texas) Tommy Mason-Griffin (G, 5-11, 203, Fr., Houston, Texas) Tony Crocker (G, 6-5, 209, Sr., San Antonio, Texas) Tiny Gallon (F, 6-9, 290, Fr., Vallejo, Calif.) Cade Davis (G, 6-5, 199, Jr., Elk City, Okla.) Steven Pledger (G, 6-4, 217, Fr., Chesapeake, Va.) Andrew Fitzgerald (F, 6-8, 250, Fr., Baltimore, Md.) Ryan Wright (F, 6-9, 241, Sr., Mississauga, Ontario) Ray Willis (G, 6-6, 164, So., Atlanta, Ga.) Orlando Allen (C, 6-10, 290, Jr., Cincinnati, Ohio) Beau Gerber (F, 6-8, 230, Sr., Winfield, Kan.) T.J. Franklin (G, 5-11, 166, So., Fort Worth, Texas) Kyle Hardrick (F, 6-8, 229, Fr., Oklahoma City, Okla.)

Head Coach: Jeff Capel Assistant Coaches: Ben Betts, Mark Cline, Oronde Taliaferro * Indicates blocked shots per game

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14.7 11.4 11.3 8.6 7.7 6.5 5.4 3.9 3.7 0.5 0.1 0.0

Head Coach: Jeff Capel Assistant Coaches: Ben Betts, Mark Cline, Oronde Taliaferro

Head Coach: Kelvin Sampson Assistant Coaches: Bob Hoffman, Ray McCallum, Bennie Seltzer

Overall: 16-15; Big 12: 6-10 (7th Place Tie)

APG

Head Coach: Jeff Capel Assistant Coaches: Ben Betts, Mark Cline, Oronde Taliaferro

Overall: 30-6; Big 12: 13-3 (2nd Place)

21 3 2 34 24 15 32 20 30 1 11 5

RPG

2008-09

2005-06 Overall: 20-9; Big 12: 11-5 (3rd Place)

PPG


SOONERS

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS HEAD COACH D.C. HALL OU Record: 4-3 (.571)

X1907-08 (4-3 OVERALL) vs. Epworth College # ..........................W............................32-12 at Oklahoma A&M ...............................W ............................37-19 at Tonkawa Prep ...................................L .............................21-38 at Tonkawa Prep ...................................L .............................16-32 Tonkawa Prep.......................................L .............................34-50 Tonkawa Prep......................................W ............................37-21 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ..............................41-9 # Oklahoma City

HEAD COACH BENNIE OWEN OU Record: 113-49 (.698)

X1908-09 (3-3 OVERALL) Edmond Teachers ................................W ..............................93-7 Emporia Normal ...................................L .............................33-37 at Chilocco............................................L .............................20-27 at Emporia Normal ...............................L .............................19-45 Blackwell Baptist.................................W ............................31-21 Tonkawa Prep......................................W ............................28-26

X1909-10 (8-0 OVERALL)

X1910-11 (1-5 OVERALL) Blackwell Baptist..................................L .............................28-29 Edmond Teachers ................................W ..............................65-3 at Winfield (Kan.) .................................L .............................34-53 Friends .................................................L .............................24-26 at Blackwell Baptist..............................L .............................12-26 Winfield (Kan.).....................................L .............................40-41

X1911-12 (7-2 OVERALL) Shawnee Baptist .................................W ............................78-12 Chilocco...............................................W ............................45-36 Chilocco...............................................W ............................38-29 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................59-17 at Oklahoma A&M ...............................W ............................30-24 at Chilocco............................................L .............................26-31 at Blackwell Baptist..............................L .............................21-22 Tonkawa Prep......................................W ............................37-18 Winfield (Kan.)....................................W ............................35-22

Tonkawa Prep......................................W ............................36-19 at Bethany ...........................................L ...............................6-36 Emporia Normal ...................................L .............................40-41 Bethany ...............................................L .............................30-32 Edmond Teachers ................................W ............................52-18 Henry Kendall .....................................W ............................46-26 Henry Kendall .....................................W ............................52-19 Chilocco................................................L .............................28-39 at Chilocco...........................................W ............................37-27 Weatherford Teachers .........................W ............................49-10 at Henry Kendall ..................................L .............................19-21 at Henry Kendall .................................W ............................40-30

X1915-16 (19-7 OVERALL) Weatherford Teachers ..........................W ............................37-31 at Weatherford Teachers .......................W ............................39-24 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................35-33 at Oklahoma A&M ...............................W ............................57-49 Henry Kendall .....................................W ............................40-20 at Henry Kendall .................................W ............................57-29 at Chilocco...........................................W ............................34-17 Chilocco................................................L .............................38-39 Alva Teachers.......................................W ............................41-26 at Alva Teachers...................................W ............................42-39 Edmond Teachers ................................W ............................59-29 Emporia Normal ...................................L .............................33-38 at Emporia Normal ...............................L .............................30-35 Kemper Military ..................................W ............................61-23 Central (Mo.) Teachers .........................W ............................42-26 at Missouri ...........................................L .............................20-50 Missouri ..............................................W ............................29-28 Warrensburg (Mo.) ...............................L .............................43-44 at Warrensburg (Mo.) ...........................L .............................41-58 Springfield YMCA ................................W ............................60-46 at Springfield YMCA .............................L .............................30-59 Henry Kendall .....................................W ............................46-33 at Henry Kendall .................................W ............................43-33 Edmond Teachers ................................W ............................68-26 at Oklahoma A&M ...............................W ............................50-30 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................59-30

X1916-17 (13-8 OVERALL) Weatherford Teachers .........................W ............................53-26 at Weatherford Teachers......................W ............................37-35 at Oklahoma A&M ................................L .............................11-58 at Oklahoma A&M ...............................W ............................24-23 Henry Kendall ......................................L .............................45-46 Henry Kendall .....................................W ............................41-29 at Durant Teachers...............................W ............................65-22 Durant Teachers...................................W ............................74-20 at Southern Methodist .........................L .............................20-43 Hardin School ......................................W ..............................23-8 Southern Methodist ............................W ............................45-33 Terrell School .......................................W ............................40-19 Baylor..................................................W ............................42-28

Oklahoma A&M ....................................L .............................25-35 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................22-21 at Chilocco............................................L .............................35-37 Chilocco...............................................W ............................56-33 at Henry Kendall ..................................L .............................27-37 at Henry Kendall ..................................L .............................22-31 Edmond Teachers ................................W ............................50-41 at Edmond Teachers .............................L .............................35-46

X1917-18 (11-1 OVERALL) Oklahoma Methodist...........................W ............................68-27 Oklahoma Methodist...........................W ............................63-22 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................45-28 Durant Teachers...................................W ..........................116-13 Durant Teachers...................................W ............................91-19 at Chilocco............................................L .............................29-33 Edmond Teachers ................................W ............................52-32 Chilocco...............................................W ............................37-32 at Oklahoma A&M ...............................W ............................27-19 at Henry Kendall .................................W ............................51-20 Henry Kendall .....................................W ............................83-23 Edmond Teachers ................................W ............................62-20

X1918-19 (12-0 OVERALL) Shawnee Baptist .................................W ............................82-30 Shawnee Baptist .................................W ............................82-16 Edmond Teachers ................................W ............................65-20 at Oklahoma A&M ...............................W ............................44-33 at Oklahoma A&M (2OT) .......................W ............................38-34 TCU......................................................W ............................91-34 at Edmond Teachers ............................W ............................62-29 at Edmond Teachers ............................W ............................52-26 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................51-33 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................45-36 at Chilocco...........................................W ............................43-37 at Chilocco...........................................W ............................52-27

X1919-20 (9-7 OVERALL, 3-7 MISSOURI VALLEY) at Kansas State.....................................L .............................18-37 at Kansas State.....................................L .............................14-21 Edmond Teachers ................................W ............................35-24 Edmond Teachers ................................W ............................25-12 at Missouri ...........................................L .............................21-33 at Missouri ...........................................L .............................18-51 at Washington (Mo.) ............................L .............................39-46 at Washington (Mo.) ...........................W ............................26-22 Kansas State........................................W ............................37-28 Kansas State........................................W ............................28-26 at Oklahoma A&M ...............................W ............................36-13 at Oklahoma A&M ...............................W ............................32-16 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................37-25 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................50-11 at Kansas..............................................L .............................28-32 at Kansas..............................................L .............................26-42

X1912-13 (8-0 OVERALL)

X1920-21 (8-10 OVERALL, 5-9 MISSOURI VALLEY)

Blackwell Baptist.................................W............................46-26 Blackwell Baptist.................................W ............................50-26 Chilocco...............................................W ............................32-29 at Chilocco...........................................W ............................29-28 Bethany ..............................................W ............................48-32 at Bethany ..........................................W ............................42-38 Edmond Teachers ................................W ............................78-12 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................46-16

Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................42-10 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................54-15 at Kansas State.....................................L .............................16-28 at Kansas State.....................................L ...............................9-23 Missouri ...............................................L .............................24-47 Missouri ...............................................L .............................19-34 at Creighton .........................................L .............................16-27 at Nebraska ..........................................L .............................20-34 at Nebraska ..........................................L .............................22-32 at Drake...............................................W ............................35-32 at Drake................................................L .............................16-22 Grinnell ...............................................W ............................25-22 at Grinnell ...........................................W ............................23-20 Washington (Mo.) ...............................W ............................44-23 Washington (Mo.) ...............................W ............................44-27 at Oklahoma A&M ...............................W ............................46-15 Kansas..................................................L .............................30-33 Kansas..................................................L .............................32-37

X1913-14 (7-1 OVERALL) Weatherford Teachers .........................W ............................43-15 at Weatherford Teachers......................W ............................43-11 Edmond Teachers ................................W ............................68-13 at Chilocco............................................L .............................29-45 Chilocco...............................................W ..............................32-9 Edmond Teachers ................................W ............................47-27 Weatherford Teachers .........................W ............................34-13 at Weatherford Teachers......................W ............................39-19

XCoached by D.C. Hall, OU’s first varsity team went 4-3 in 1907-08. The Sooners won their first game, 32-12, over Epworth College in Oklahoma City.

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THE HISTORY

Edmond Teachers ................................W ..............................90-1 Chilocco...............................................W ..............................24-7 Washburn ...........................................W ............................55-20 at Chilocco...........................................W ............................51-12 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................46-15 at Oklahoma A&M ...............................W ............................41-24 Texas ...................................................W ............................59-26 Texas ...................................................W ............................63-23

X1914-15 (7-5 OVERALL)


OKLAHOMA

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS HEAD COACH HUGH McDERMOTT OU Record: 185-106 (.636)

X1921-22 (9-9 OVERALL, 8-8 MISSOURI VALLEY) at Grinnell ...........................................W............................30-20 Grinnell ...............................................W ............................25-22 at Drake................................................L .............................33-44 Drake....................................................L .............................15-49 Iowa State ............................................L .............................21-25 at Iowa State .......................................W ............................29-27 Kansas State........................................W ............................31-26 at Kansas State....................................W ............................32-21 Nebraska .............................................W ............................29-21 at Nebraska ..........................................L .............................34-39 at Oklahoma A&M ................................L .............................16-28 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................38-27 Kansas..................................................L .............................24-41 at Kansas..............................................L .............................28-42 at Washington (Mo.) ...........................W ............................20-17 Washington (Mo.) ...............................W ............................29-26 at Missouri ...........................................L .............................27-46 Missouri ...............................................L .............................22-66

THE HISTORY

X1922-23 (6-12 OVERALL, 5-11 MISSOURI VALLEY) Iowa State ............................................L .............................18-29 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................29-16 Washington (Mo.) ................................L .............................24-25 at Missouri ...........................................L .............................20-48 at Kansas State....................................W ............................23-18 at Nebraska ..........................................L .............................19-23 Kansas..................................................L .............................21-27 Missouri ...............................................L .............................29-38 at Washington (Mo.) ............................L .............................17-25 Nebraska .............................................W ............................31-25 at Iowa State ........................................L .............................19-24 at Grinnell ...........................................W ............................27-14 Drake....................................................L .............................20-27 at Drake................................................L .............................32-49 at Kansas..............................................L .............................18-42 Grinnell ...............................................W ............................33-25 Kansas State........................................W ............................40-25 at Oklahoma A&M ................................L .............................16-19

X1923-24 (15-3 OVERALL, 13-3 MISSOURI VALLEY) Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................34-22 at Kansas State....................................W ............................29-15 at Nebraska ..........................................L .............................21-35 Drake...................................................W ............................44-28 at Kansas..............................................L .............................19-21 Nebraska .............................................W ............................32-20 Kansas State........................................W ............................34-22 at Iowa State .......................................W ............................32-17

at Drake...............................................W ............................37-27 at Grinnell ...........................................W ............................43-31 Washington (Mo.) ...............................W ..............................21-9 Kansas.................................................W ............................26-20 Missouri ..............................................W ............................22-20 at Washington (Mo.) ...........................W ............................37-26 at Missouri ...........................................L .............................21-25 at Oklahoma A&M ...............................W ............................26-22 Grinnell ...............................................W ............................27-14 Iowa State ...........................................W ............................45-37

X1924-25 (10-8 OVERALL, 9-7 MISSOURI VALLEY) at Kansas..............................................L .............................20-34 Kansas..................................................L .............................22-23 Nebraska ..............................................L .............................18-23 at Nebraska ..........................................L .............................17-31 at Washington (Mo.) ............................L .............................30-32 Washington (Mo.) ...............................W ............................26-25 at Kansas State....................................W ............................35-23 Kansas State.........................................L .............................29-34 at Missouri ..........................................W ............................22-15 Missouri ..............................................W ............................42-22 at Grinnell ...........................................W ............................33-27 Grinnell ...............................................W ............................42-25 Drake...................................................W ............................50-27 at Drake...............................................W ............................37-21 Iowa State ...........................................W ............................27-24 at Iowa State ........................................L .............................19-22 at Oklahoma A&M ................................L .............................26-27 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................32-31

X1925-26 (11-4 OVERALL, 9-3 MISSOURI VALLEY) at TCU ..................................................W ..............................20-9 at Dallas A.C.........................................W ............................61-15 Washington (Mo.) ...............................W ............................32-31 Missouri ..............................................W ............................26-23 Drake...................................................W ............................40-25 at Kansas.............................................W ............................29-21 at Grinnell ...........................................W ............................36-27 Drake...................................................W ............................24-15 Grinnell ...............................................W ............................30-19 Hillyard ................................................L .............................23-45 at Washington (Mo.) ............................L .............................19-27 at Missouri ..........................................W ............................36-27 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................32-25 Kansas..................................................L .............................21-29 at Oklahoma A&M ................................L .............................26-29

X1926-27 (12-5 OVERALL, 8-4 MISSOURI VALLEY) Hillyard ...............................................W ............................30-22 at TCU ..................................................W ............................41-16 at SMU .................................................L .............................22-24 at Iowa State .......................................W ............................32-29

at Grinnell ...........................................W ............................29-23 Sterling Milk........................................W ............................46-36 at Kansas City A.C. ...............................W ............................28-24 Iowa State ...........................................W ............................36-21 Nebraska ..............................................L .............................29-36 Kansas State........................................W ............................35-20 at Washington (Mo.) ...........................W ............................46-25 at Missouri ...........................................L .............................36-48 at Nebraska ..........................................L .............................26-36 at Kansas State.....................................L .............................19-29 Missouri ..............................................W ............................43-20 Washington (Mo.) ...............................W ............................22-17 Grinnell ...............................................W ............................56-23

X1927-28 (18-0 OVERALL, 18-0 MISSOURI VALLEY) MISSOURI VALLEY CHAMPION

Drake...................................................W ............................42-24 Grinnell ...............................................W ............................44-16 at Iowa State .......................................W ............................51-32 at Grinnell ...........................................W ............................40-21 at Drake...............................................W ............................38-24 Kansas.................................................W ............................45-19 at Kansas State....................................W ............................40-29 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................41-21 at Washington (Mo.) ...........................W ............................28-20 at Missouri ..........................................W ............................40-24 Washington (Mo.) ...............................W ............................34-17 Missouri ..............................................W ............................34-33 Iowa State ...........................................W ............................37-17 at Oklahoma A&M ...............................W ............................37-36 at Kansas.............................................W ............................30-21 at Kansas State....................................W ............................40-27 at Nebraska .........................................W ............................38-36 Nebraska .............................................W ............................43-29

X1928-29 (13-2 OVERALL, 10-0 BIG SIX) BIG SIX CHAMPION

SMU ....................................................W ............................32-13 at Oklahoma A&M ...............................W ............................51-16 at Kansas.............................................W ............................27-25 at Kansas State....................................W ............................44-23 Iowa State ...........................................W ............................35-22 Nebraska .............................................W ............................29-20 at Washington (Mo.) ............................L .............................24-29 at Missouri ..........................................W ............................40-34 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................47-24 at Iowa State .......................................W ............................48-34 at Nebraska .........................................W ............................39-34 Kansas.................................................W ............................40-25 Washington (Mo.) ................................L .............................18-28 Kansas State........................................W ............................41-28 Missouri ..............................................W ............................36-35

X1929-30 (6-12 OVERALL, 0-10 BIG SIX) Texas ...................................................W ............................48-28 Texas ...................................................W ............................33-30 at SMU ................................................W ............................24-19 at SMU ................................................W ............................24-22 at Oklahoma A&M ................................L .............................22-28 Kansas..................................................L .............................22-34 Iowa State ............................................L .............................33-34 at Kansas State.....................................L .............................23-24 at Nebraska ..........................................L .............................20-35 Bethany College ...................................L .............................25-27 Nebraska ..............................................L .............................37-47 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................25-14 at Kansas..............................................L .............................23-25 at Iowa State ........................................L .............................23-39 Kansas State.........................................L .............................32-37 Missouri ...............................................L .............................20-37 at Missouri ...........................................L .............................20-36 Washington (Mo.) ...............................W ............................30-26

XCoached by Hugh McDermott (front row, far left), the 1928-29 Sooners went 10-0 in the Big Six Conference. The team featured All-Americans Tom Churchill (back row, middle) and Bruce Drake (front row, second from right).

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SOONERS

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS X1934-35 (9-9 OVERALL, 8-8 BIG SIX)

at Texas ...............................................W ............................28-27 at Texas ...............................................W ............................34-33 SMU ....................................................W ............................36-33 SMU ....................................................W ............................35-30 Bethany College ..................................W ............................33-22 Oklahoma A&M ...................................W ............................35-21 at Iowa State ........................................L .............................25-35 at Kansas..............................................L .............................22-44 Nebraska ..............................................L .............................30-33 at Kansas State.....................................L .............................15-35 at Missouri ...........................................L .............................14-22 Kansas.................................................W ............................33-30 Missouri .....