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Sooners unable to overcome slow start to upset No. 2 Bears

Sooners unable to overcome slow start to upset No. 2 Bears

The Oklahoma Sooners dug themselves a hole they couldn’t get out of against one of the nation’s best.

Hitting the road against the No. 2 Baylor Bears, the Sooners fell to a 16-2 deficit early and failed to recover, ultimately falling 76-61.

“Got off to a horrible start, fighting uphill from that point on,” Sooners coach Lon Kruger said. “(Baylor’s) really good. A lot of weapons, but we got to play better that we did to have a chance to compete with that high of a level.”

After stumbling out of the gates, the Sooners never quit.

 

To read the entire story, visit https://www.si.com/college/oklahoma/mens-basketball/sooners-unable-to-overcome-slow-start-to-upset-no-2-bears

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Ryan Chapman covers Oklahoma Athletics and the Oklahoma City Thunder for 107.7 The Franchise since 2019. Chapman has previously worked for OCCC's Student Newspaper, The Pioneer, where Chapman covered the Oklahoma City Energy, the Oklahoma City Dodgers, Oklahoma Athletics and the Oklahoma City Thunder. During his time with The Pioneer, Chapman served as the Sports Editor as well as the Editor-in-Chief. Chapman is the cohost of the Sideline Warning Podcast as well as the Heisman Park Rangers Podcast, which both can be found on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and SoundCloud.

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