A Look At The Numbers In Oklahoma State’s 96-92 Win Over The Sooners

Heading into Bedlam 2.0, the Oklahoma Sooners averaged 69.5 points per game. With just over 11 minutes remaining in regulation, Lon Kruger’s squad eclipsed that mark. The effort helped produce a 75-65 lead over the Oklahoma State Cowboys. However, the folks from Stillwater refused to panic. Consistently knocking down shots, O-State came from behind to seal the victory 96-92.

A Look At The Numbers

  • Saturday night marked the highest scoring Bedlam meeting since 1990 (107-94 in the Sooners favor)
  • Oklahoma State completed the sweep of their in-state rival for the first time since 2004
  • After starting 0-6 in conference play, the Cowboys are now 7-7
  • Both programs shot above 50% during the 40 minutes of play with OU connecting on 55% of their attempts from the floor and OSU hitting on a 50% conversion rate
  • At one point, Jawun Evans scored 16 consecutive points for O-State finishing the game with 27 total points and nine assists
  • Evans, Jeffrey Carroll, and Phil Forte combined for 72 points of the team’s 96
  • Leading the way for Oklahoma, Rashard Odomes netted a game high 29 points setting a new career high for himself along with a career high 10 rebounds
  • The underclassmen playing for Lon Kruger scored 85 points on the evening
  • Lon Kruger remains one win shy of a 600th career win mark


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