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OU Basketball: Oklahoma Overcomes Slow Start to Beat No. 23 Kansas

Despite shooting just 28 percent from the field during the first three quarters, the No. 19-ranked Sooners rallied for a ranked win on Saturday.

Ryan Chapman.

NORMAN — Jennie Baranczyk’s high-flying offense was nearly grounded on Saturday afternoon.

Hosting the No. 23-ranked Kansas Jayhawks at the Lloyd Noble Center, the No. 19-ranked Sooners were on pace for their worst shooting performance of the year through three quarters.

Oklahoma shot just 28 percent from the floor through the first 30 minutes, facing an early deficit as large as 12 points early in the contest.  Click here to read more.