Dec. 17, 1999

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Oklahoma (8-0) vs. Georgia Southern (5-3)
Saturday, December 18, 1999
7:05pm @ Lloyd Noble Center

Game Information
Undefeated Oklahoma (8-0) hosts Southern Conference member Georgia Southern (5-3) Saturday at 7:05 p.m. at Lloyd Noble Center. The game will be broadcast on the Sooner Basketball Radio Network (flagship KOMA 1520 AM in Oklahoma City). Bob Barry, Sr., (play-by-play) and Mark Mathew (analyst) will call the action. The contest will also be televised locally by the Sooner Sports Network (KWTV Channel 9 in Oklahoma City and KTUL Channel 8 in Tulsa). Dean Blevins (play-by-play) and Charlie Spoonhour (analyst) will announce.

Toys for Tots Collection
The United States Marine Corps will be collecting Toys for Tots at Saturday's game. Fans are asked to bring a new, unwrapped toy for underprivileged children to Lloyd Noble Center. Those who bring a toy will receive one coupon for a discounted ticket ($5 off) to the Jan. 3 Lamar game in Norman.

Oklahoma Update
The Sooners, coming off a 66-52 win at Arkansas and an 80-56 victory versus Arkansas-Little Rock last week, are one of two remaining unbeaten Big 12 teams (Oklahoma State is the other at 8-0) and are ranked in both major polls for the first time this season. OU is ranked 23rd in the AP poll and 24th in the ESPN/USA Today poll. Oklahoma also found itself rated highly in the College RPI Report and Sagarin power ratings at No. 2 and No. 10, respectively, at the beginning of the week.

Senior forward Eduardo Najera and sophomore guard J.R. Raymond garnered Big 12 Player-of-the-Week and Rookie-of-the-Week honors, respectively, Tuesday for their play versus the Razorbacks and Trojans. Najera averaged 16.0 points, 9.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 1.5 blocks and 1.0 steal per game while Raymond averaged 19.5 points, 4.5 rebounds and 5.0 steals. Raymond made 13-of-26 field goal attempts, 6-of-11 three-point tries and all seven of his free throw attempts. On the season, Najera is averaging 18.5 points, 8.1 rebounds and 2.0 assists per contest while Raymond is averaging 18.8 points, 3.9 rebounds and 3.3 assists.

About Georgia Southern
Georgia Southern comes to town with a 5-3 record and owns wins against Tennessee Tech, Jacksonville, Jacksonville State, Mercer and North Georgia. Its losses have come to UAB, Winthrop and Tennessee Tech.

Freshman guard Julius Jenkins leads the Eagles in scoring with a 20.9 points-per-game average. Jenkins is shooting .548 from the field and .500 (20-for-40) from beyond the three-point arc. Senior forward Hamp Jones and sophomore forward Kashien Latham average 13.4 and 13.2 points per game, respectively, while Latham's 8.8 rebound average is a team best. Sophomore guard Donta Humphries averages a team-high 6.5 assists.

Georgia Southern is coached by first-year mentor Jeff Price. Price spent the previous six years as head coach at Division II Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla., guiding the Fighting Knights to a 136-42 (.764) record during the span. Price led Lynn to the postseason in each of his campaigns and was named NCAA Division II National Coach of the Year following the 1996-97 season when his team went 28-3.

OKLAHOMA PROBABLE STARTERS               PPG   RPG   APG

F   5   Nolan Johnson (6-4, 215, Jr.)    7.3   3.5   1.6   

F   21  Eduardo Najera (6-8, 240, Sr.)  18.5   8.1   2.0

C   33  Renzi Stone (6-10, 250, Sr.)     4.8   3.5   1.8

G   11  J.R. Raymond (6-2, 175, So.)    18.8   3.9   3.3

G   14  Tim Heskett (6-1, 185, Jr.)      9.4   2.4   1.8

GEORGIA SOUTHERN PROBABLE STARTERS PPG RPG APG F 25 Kashien Latham (6-9, 225, So.) 13.2 8.8 1.3 F 33 Hamp Jones (6-7, 205, Sr.) 13.4 5.9 1.6 G 3 Todd Shipley (6-0, 165, Jr.) 9.6 3.2 3.5 G 11 Julius Jenkins (6-2, 170, Fr.) 20.9 1.9 2.1 G 22 Donta Humphries (5-10, 190, So.) 7.2 2.5 6.5

Oklahoma/Georgia Southern Statistical Comparison

OKLAHOMA         CATEGORY         GA. SOUTHERN

  8-0         Overall Record            5-3

 76.8         Points Average           82.8

 62.3     Opponent Points Average      84.4

 34.3        Rebounds Average          33.4

 30.4  Opponent Rebounding Average     37.6

 .487      Field Goal Percentage       .474

 .424  Opponent Field Goal Percentage  .509

 .425        3-Pt. Percentage          .388

 .385     Opponent 3-Pt. Percentage    .421

 .737       Free Throw Percentage      .698

 18.4       Personal Fouls Average     21.1

 14.4          Assists Average         18.1

 13.1         Turnovers Average        17.1

  2.1       Blocked Shots Average       3.1 

  6.3           Steals Average         10.0

Series with Georgia Southern
Saturday's contest will mark the first between Oklahoma and Georgia Southern.

Recapping the Arkansas-Little Rock Contest
The Sooners ran their season-opening winning streak to eight games with an 80-56 thumping of Arkansas-Little Rock last Saturday at Lloyd Noble Center. Oklahoma's J.R. Raymond scored a game-high 22 points, 18 after halftime, and registered five assists and a career-high seven steals (the most by a Sooner since Ryan Minor recorded seven versus Florida on Dec. 30, 1995). The guard canned 3-of-5 three-pointers and all five of his free throws. Also scoring in double figures were freshman Hollis Price (15 points to go along with a game-high six assists) and senior Eduardo Najera (14 points to go along with a game-high nine rebounds). Oklahoma outboarded the Trojans, 40-31, and forced 22 turnovers while committing 11. OU's 11 steals were a season high. UALR, coached by former NBA All-Star Sidney Moncrief, received a team-high 14 points from Troy Moore. The Sooners held Stan Blackmon, who was averaging a team-high 19.6 points entering the game, to three points on 0-for-6 field goal shooting. Oklahoma sophomore walk-on guard Michael Cano registered his first career points on a last-minute basket.

Coming Up
Following Saturday's contest, Oklahoma will host No.1 ranked Cincinnati on Wednesday, Dec. 22, in a game televised nationally by ESPN. The Sooners resume play after Christmas at the All-College Tournament at Oklahoma City's The Myriad Dec. 29-30. The first game on the 29th will feature Arkansas State and Valparaiso at 6 p.m. and will be followed by the OU versus Mount St. Mary's contest. The consolation game will be played the 30th at 6 p.m. and will be followed by the championship game.

Second-Half Surge
The Sooners have been extremely impressive after halftime so far this season. Through eight contests, OU is averaging 41.3 points per second half compared to its opponents' 31.9 figure. By comparison, in the first half of its games, Oklahoma is averaging 35.5 points to its opponents' 30.4. The Sooners have been outscored in just two of 16 halves this year (39-32 in second half vs. San Diego and 36-32 in first half vs. UC Irvine).

Sooners Burying Threes
Historically an excellent three-point shooting team under Head Coach Kelvin Sampson, Oklahoma has done nothing to jeopardize that label so far this season. Through eight games, the Sooners have made 71-of-167 trey attempts for a .425 mark (the school record of .414 was set in 1986-87). Sooner guards are shooting .468 on the year. Here's a look at the marks of OU's five three-point shooters:

Player          3FG   3FGA   Pct.   3FG/G

J.R. Raymond     27    52    .519    3.4

Tim Heskett      21    55    .382    2.6

Kelley Newton    11    19    .579    1.4

Hollis Price      7    14    .500    0.9

Eduardo Najera    5    26    .192    0.6

Bucking the Trend
Entering the season, Oklahoma's points-per-game average has decreased nearly every year since the 1987-88 campaign (OU averaged 102.9 points per contest in that Final Four season). Last year, the Sooners averaged 70.2 points per game, their lowest figure since 1977-78, but this year OU is averaging 76.8 points per contest.

Year       PPG

1987-88   102.9

1988-89   102.2

1989-90   101.3

1990-91    96.1

1991-92    94.6

1992-93    89.1

1993-94    87.3

1994-95    81.7

1995-96    79.0

1996-97    74.3

1997-98    74.6

1998-99    70.2

1999-00    76.6 

Najera Climbing OU Charts
Preseason All-American and John R. Wooden Award candidate Eduardo Najera has already collected a number of in-season honors with his fast start. The senior forward is averaging 18.5 points and 8.1 rebounds per game and was named Top of the World Classic MVP in mid-November and was also named to the Sooner Holiday Classic All-Tournament Team. Najera is also the reigning Big 12 Player of the Week. Najera, who shot .415 from the field and .642 from the free throw line last year, has posted .474 and .733 marks so far this season.

The Chihuahua, Mexico, native entered the season ranked 29th in OU career scoring and 15th in career rebounding, but now ranks 23rd (1,169 points) and 13th (661 rebounds). Najera needs five points to move into 22nd place on the all-time scoring list (ahead of Brent Price) and 12 points to move into the 21st slot (ahead of Lester Lane). In eight games this season, he has already passed Cary Carrabine (1,034 points), Scott Martin (1,078), Joe King (1,085), Damon Patterson (1,099), Terry Stotts (1,104) and Willie Rogers (1,153) in career scoring.

Raymond One of League's Top Newcomers
Sophomore point guard J.R. Raymond, who sat out his freshman season as a partial qualifier, leads the team and ranks fourth in the Big 12 in scoring (18.3 ppg). He also averages a Big 12-best 3.4 three-pointers per game and leads OU in assists (3.3 apg) and steals (1.8 spg). Raymond has made a team-high 27 three-pointers on 52 attempts (.519). He is shooting .500 from the field and .862 from the charity stripe.

In his collegiate debut versus Montana State Nov. 19 in Fairbanks, Alaska, Raymond made 9-of-16 field goal attempts, including 5-of-9 three-point tries, and finished with a game-high 29 points. He also contributed six rebounds and five assists in the 91-76 victory and went on to earn Top of the World Classic All-Tournament Team honors. Raymond's 29-point outburst is believed to be the second-highest scoring total by a Sooner in his collegiate debut. In 1972, center Alvan Adams scored 38 points and collected a school-record 28 rebounds against Indiana State in his first-ever game.

Freshman Price Stepping Up
True freshman Hollis Price has been one of the team's most productive players over the past four games. During the brief span, the guard from New Orleans is averaging 25.5 minutes, 11.0 points, 4.5 assists and 2.0 steals. Price is shooting .621 (18-for-29) from the field this season, .500 (7-for-14) from three-point land and .762 from the foul line. He also sports an impressive 2.7 assist/turnover ratio.

Sampson Starts 8-0 for First Time at OU
For the first time in six seasons as OU's head coach, Kelvin Sampson has started a campaign with eight straight victories. The Sooners' previous best starts under Sampson were 7-0 performances in the 1994-95 and the 1996-97 seasons. The eight-game winning streak also matches the longest by the Sooners under Sampson (OU assembled a string of eight consecutive wins two years ago).

Head Coach Kelvin Sampson
Now in his 17th year as a collegiate head coach, Kelvin Sampson is in his sixth year at the Oklahoma helm. He has averaged 20.6 wins per season at OU and is one of two Big 12 coaches (Kansas' Roy Williams is the other) to lead his team to the NCAA Tournament each of the last five seasons.

Sampson began his head coaching career in 1980 at Montana Tech when he was hired as the program's interim head coach. He recorded a 73-45 mark in four seasons and was inducted into the school's sports hall of fame two years ago.

In 1988, Sampson was named head coach at Washington State and compiled an even 103-103 record over seven years, including two 20-win campaigns.

Hired by Oklahoma on April 25, 1994, he has guided the Sooners to a 111-55 (.669) record and a 66-13 (.835) home mark. In 1997-98, OU finished tied for second place in the Big 12 Conference and played in the league's postseason tournament championship game. Last year, he directed OU to another second-place league finish and an NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 appearance.

Sampson was named the 1995 national coach of the year by the Associated Press, the USBWA and Basketball Times.

Sampson Year by Year

Year   School   Record    (Pct.)

1981-82   Montana Tech   7-20 (.259)

1982-83   Montana Tech   22-9 (.710)

1983-84   Montana Tech   22-7 (.759)

1984-85   Montana Tech   22-9 (.710)

1987-88   Washington State   13-16 (.448)

1988-89   Washington State   10-19 (.345)

1989-90   Washington State   7-22 (.241)

1990-91   Washington State   16-12 (.571)

1991-92   Washington State   22-11 (.667)

1992-93   Washington State   15-12 (.556)

1993-94   Washington State   20-11 (.645)

1994-95   Oklahoma   23-9 (.719)

1995-96   Oklahoma   17-13 (.567)

1996-97   Oklahoma   19-11 (.633)

1997-98   Oklahoma   22-11 (.667)

1998-99   Oklahoma   22-11 (.667)

1999-00   Oklahoma   7-0 (1.000)

Totals      287-203   (.586)

Big 12 Begins Season in Fine Fashion
Heading into Friday night action, Big 12 schools have posted a 67-21 (.761) cumulative record. Oklahoma and Oklahoma State (both 8-0) are the lone remaining undefeated teams, though two others (Kansas and Texas Tech) have lost just once. Three squads have captured neutral-court tournament crowns: Oklahoma won the Top of the World Classic in Fairbanks, Alaska (beat Montana State, George Washington and California), Kansas won the Great Alaska Shootout in Anchorage, Alaska (beat Georgia, Xavier and Georgia Tech), and Texas won the Puerto Rico Shootout in San Juan, Puerto Rico (beat Arizona State, DePaul and Michigan State). Iowa State finished second at the Big Island Invitational in Hilo, Hawaii, losing only to top-ranked Cincinnati in the title game.

Four Big 12 teams are ranked in both major polls. In the AP poll, Kansas (8-1) is ranked eighth, Oklahoma State is 14th, Texas (5-2) is 15th and Oklahoma is 23rd. In the ESPN/USA Today poll, Kansas is ranked sixth, Oklahoma State is 15th, Texas is 16th and Oklahoma is 24th.

OU Miscellany

  • Oklahoma has been outrebounded just once in its eight games (vs. Mississippi).
  • OU commits the second fewest turnovers in the Big 12 at 13.1 per game (Colorado averages 13.0).
  • The Sooners have been outscored in just two of 16 halves this year.
  • J.R. Raymond is averaging 3.4 three-point makes per game (ranks first in Big 12) and is shooting .519 from beyond the arc. He has made multiple treys in all eight games and at least three three-pointers in six contests.
  • Twenty-one of Tim Heskett's 23 field goal conversions have been three-pointers while all 11 of Kelley Newton's field goal makes have been treys. Newton ranks second in the Big 12 and ninth nationally with his .579 three-point percentage.
  • Not including OU's .403 performance against San Diego, the Sooners are shooting .501 from the field this season. Last year OU shot .421 from the field.
  • Heskett has committed just four turnovers this season in 214 total minutes. That's an average of one every 54 minutes.
  • The Sooners are averaging 8.9 three-point makes per game. Last season, OU set a school record with its 8.6 treys per outing.
  • Entering this contest, OU has started the same five players in all eight games (Johnson, Najera, Stone, Raymond and Heskett).
  • In his last five games, Eduardo Najera is averaging 7.4 free throw attempts per outing.
  • A win Saturday versus Georgia Southern would give the Sooners nine straight victories, their longest winning streak under Coach Sampson.

Model of Consistency
Oklahoma has registered a winning record in 22 of its last 23 seasons. No other Big 12 team can boast as many winning campaigns since the 1975-76 season as the Sooners. OU has posted a 504-232 record over the span for a .685 winning percentage.

OU Boasts Nation's Fourth-Longest Postseason Streak
Oklahoma has now made 18 consecutive postseason appearances (14 NCAA and four NIT), the fourth-longest streak among Division I programs. Only North Carolina, Georgetown and Indiana own longer postseason streaks (North Carolina and Indiana made last year's NCAA field while Georgetown competed in the NIT). The last time Oklahoma did not compete in the postseason was in 1980-81. The four longest current postseason streaks are as follows:

Team           Streak   NCAA   NIT    Started

North Carolina   33      29     4     1966-67

Georgetown       25      20     5     1974-75 

Indiana          22      20     2     1977-78

Oklahoma         18      14     4     1981-82

Coach Sampson on Television
This season, Oklahoma basketball fans can catch Head Coach Kelvin Sampson on television twice a week with "Inside Sooner Basketball with Kelvin Sampson" and "Sooner Basketball 2000." The shows will give viewers an insider's look at the OU program and feature highlights, interviews and Coach Sampson's insights.

Inside Sooner Basketball with Kelvin Sampson
Hosted by veteran Oklahoma City television sports anchor Bill Teegins, "Inside Sooner Basketball with Kelvin Sampson" will air Fridays at 2:30 p.m. on Fox Sports Southwest. The half-hour show will also be seen in Oklahoma City on KWTV Channel 9 Saturdays at 11 a.m. and in Tulsa on TCI Cablevision Channel 9 Fridays at 6 p.m.

Sooner Basketball 2000
"Sooner Basketball 2000" will be co-hosted by Steve Neumann, director of broadcasting at OU, and Greg Kerr, weekend sports anchor at Oklahoma City's KWTV Channel 9. The one-hour show will air in Oklahoma City Sundays at 7 p.m. on NewsNow 53 and later that night at 1:45 a.m. on KWTV Channel 9.

Player Profiles

3 MICHAEL CANO (6-1, 170, SO., GUARD)
A walk-on who played in eight games last season... Scored his first career points with a last-minute basket against Arkansas-Little Rock last Saturday.

5 NOLAN JOHNSON (6-4, 215, JR., GUARD)
Has started all eight games and is averaging 7.3 points and 3.5 rebounds per game while shooting .541 from the field... Earned second-team junior college All-America honors as a sophomore two years ago... Played at Kilgore (Texas) Junior College but wrapped up academic requirements at Garden City (Kan.) Community College... Named Brooklyn (N.Y.) Player of the Year as a high school senior.

10 HOLLIS PRICE (6-1, 165, FR., GUARD)
Averaging 11.0 points, 4.5 assists and 2.0 steals over last four games... Regarded as one of the country's 50 best high school seniors last year at St. Augustine High School in New Orleans... Earned first-team All-State and New Orleans Metro Player-of-the-Year honors as a senior when he averaged 25.6 points, 5.3 rebounds and 6.2 assists per game... Hit game-winning shot in 1998 17-and-under AAU national championship game and was named tournament MVP.

11 J.R. RAYMOND (6-2, 175, SO., GUARD)
Poured in 29 points in first collegiate game Nov. 19... Ranks first on team in minutes (35.5 mpg), scoring (18.8 ppg), assists (3.0 apg) and steals (1.8 spg)... Reigning Big 12 Rookie of the Week... Named Sooner Holiday Classic MVP after averaging 18.0 points and 4.0 rebounds per contest... Practiced with the team under "partial qualifier" label last year, but was not allowed to play in games.

14 TIM HESKETT (6-1, 185, JR., GUARD)
Averaging 2.6 three-point makes per game and just 0.5 turnovers per outing... Set single-season OU record with his .473 three-point mark last year and is the career leader in three-point percentage (.422)... Ranked second in the Big 12 in three-point percentage and in three-pointers per game (2.5) last year... Shot .529 (27-for-51) from three-point land over last 11 games... Made 7-of-9 three-pointers and scored a career-high 23 points versus Western Carolina in third game of last season.

20 KELLEY NEWTON (6-2, 190, JR., GUARD)
All 11 of his baskets have been three-pointers... Made first five three-point attempts of collegiate career at the Top of the World Classic and is shooting .579 on the season... Tore ACL and MCL in his left knee during Oct. 31, 1998, scrimmage and missed the entire season (had surgery Nov. 20)... Averaged 17.7 points and shot .448 from beyond the arc as a sophomore in junior college.

21 EDUARDO NAJERA (6-8, 240, SR., FORWARD)
A preseason Playboy All-American who was named Top of the World Classic MVP and to the Sooner Holiday Classic All-Tournament Team... Averaging 18.5 points, 8.1 rebounds, 1.1 steals and 0.9 blocks... Ranks 23rd on OU's all-time scoring list with 1,169 points... Averaged team highs in points (15.5) and rebounds (8.3), and ranked second in assists (2.2) and steals (1.8) last year... Averaged 18.5 points and 14.0 rebounds in first two NCAA Tournament rounds to lead OU to Sweet 16.

22 OLEG REZTSOV (7-2, 230, SR., CENTER)
Scored four points in five minutes of action in first exhibition game this year... Played a total of 22 minutes in nine games last year... Is the tallest player in school history... Maintains his own web site (http://i.am/sooner).

30 JARRETT HART (6-3, 210, FR., GUARD)
A first-team All-State selection at Central High School in Little Rock, Ark., last year... Led team to 6A state title and was named tournament MVP... Averaged 17.4 points, 8.5 boards and 7.3 assists as a senior... Helped Arkansas Hawks AAU team to national title over the summer.

32 VICTOR AVILA (6-10, 255, SR., CENTER)
Averaging 1.9 points in 10.1 minutes per game... Averaged 3.3 points and 3.0 rebounds in 8.9 minutes per game last year (15.0 points and 13.4 rebounds per 40 minutes)... Registered a career-high 12 boards versus Baylor last year... Made 11-of-12 free throws and scored a career-high 17 points versus Texas A&M Feb. 13... A second-team junior college All-American who averaged 23.7 points, 15.3 boards and 2.8 blocks per contest in 1997-98.

33 RENZI STONE (6-10, 250, SR., FORWARD/CENTER)
Has started all eight games and is averaging 4.1 points and 3.5 rebounds... A starter in 18 games a year ago who averaged 3.6 points, 3.7 rebounds and 1.1 assists per contest while shooting a team-high .531 from the field... Grabbed at least four rebounds 17 times last year... One of seven OU students nominated this past September for a Rhodes Scholarship... Has missed just one game during his Sooner career.

34 JAMEEL HEYWOOD (6-6, 220, JR., FORWARD)
Averaging 4.5 rebounds per game despite playing just 15.9 minutes per contest... Transferred from Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College... A second-team All-Jayhawk Conference selection as a freshman and sophomore (averaged 17.0 points both seasons)... Named the 1995 Bronx (N.Y.) Player of the Year as a junior at Evander Childs High School...Voted 1996 New England Player of the Year at Salisbury (Conn.) Prep School.

1999-2000 Big 12 Standings
(Through Thursday, Dec. 16)

              Big 12         Overall

Team          W   L    Pct.  W   L    Pct.

Oklahoma      0   0   .000   8   0   1.000

Okla. State   0   0   .000   8   0   1.000

Kansas        0   0   .000   8   1   .889

Texas Tech    0   0   .000   5   1   .833

Iowa State    0   0   .000   7   2   .778

Baylor        0   0   .000   5   2   .714

Kan. State    0   0   .000   5   2   .714

Texas         0   0   .000   5   2   .714

Colorado      0   0   .000   4   2   .667

Missouri      0   0   .000   5   3   .625

Nebraska      0   0   .000   4   4   .500

Texas A&M     0   0   .000   3   3   .500

AP Poll (Dec. 13) (First-place votes in parentheses)

School Record Points 1. Cincinnati (62) 7-0 1,740 2. Stanford (8) 6-0 1,651 3. Connecticut 7-1 1,579 4. Arizona 7-1 1,551 5. Michigan State 7-2 1,416 6. Auburn 5-1 1,269 7. North Carolina 7-2 1,248 8. Kansas 7-1 1,241 9. Florida 6-1 1,143 10. Syracuse 7-0 1,120 11. Duke 6-2 1,011 12. Ohio State 3-1 940 13. Tennessee 8-0 902 14. Oklahoma State 7-0 730 15. Texas 5-2 696 16. Maryland 8-2 542 17. Temple 3-2 534 18. UCLA 3-1 487 19. DePaul 6-2 465 20. Illinois 5-2 383 21. Indiana 6-1 375 22. Gonzaga 5-2 293 23. Oklahoma 8-0 284 24. Purdue 6-2 208 25. Wake Forest 5-1 204

ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll (Dec. 12) (First-place votes in parentheses)

School Record Points 1. Cincinnati (28) 7-0 772 2. Stanford (3) 6-0 731 3. Arizona 7-1 709 Connecticut 7-1 709 5. Michigan State 7-2 608 6. Kansas 7-1 603 7. Auburn 5-1 541 8. Florida 6-1 518 9. North Carolina 7-2 510 10. Syracuse 7-0 505 11. Duke 6-2 446 12. Tennessee 8-0 384 13. Ohio State 3-1 321 14. Maryland 8-2 310 15. Oklahoma State 7-0 301 16. Texas 5-2 298 17. UCLA 3-1 236 18. Temple 3-2 213 19. Indiana 6-1 212 20. DePaul 6-2 201 21. Purdue 6-2 149 22. Illinois 5-2 142 23. Wake Forest 5-1 136 24. Oklahoma 8-0 116 25. Utah 5-2 108