Oklahoma extends its home winning streak to six games. The Sooners are 11-1 at the Lloyd Noble Center this season.
OU has now won 10-straight games, second best in school history. The 1983-84 team won 11-staight.
Sophomore LaNeishea Caufield scored a season-high 26 points, hitting 10 of 14 from the field. Her 10 field goals erased her previous season high, 8, against Colorado.
The last time OU won 19 games in a single season was in 1994-95 (22-9).
Oklahoma has won 18 of its last 19 games.
With a 91-69 win, the Sooners snap Nebraska's five-game winning-streak against OU.
Oklahoma is now 17-0 when leading at intermission.
Four Sooners scored in double digits, led by Caufield and Whaley who scored 26 a piece, followed by Caton Hill's 15 and Stacey Dales' 10 points.
Senior All-America candidate Phylesha Whaley has scored in double digits in all 22 games this season.
Oklahoma is the only team in the Big 12 Conference to have ever won nine-straight games in conference play.
When playing a televised game, OU is 4-1.
Oklahoma's 22-point margin of victory is the largest over the Cornhuskers since the 1990 season when OU defeated Nebraska by 25, 102-77.
With three steals this afternoon, sophomore LaNeishea Caufield move up to the No. 12 slot on OU's career record list. She has now pocketed 142 steals in two years.
Caufield and Whaley combined for 52 of Oklahoma's 91 points.
With the win against Nebraska, Oklahoma now has only two teams to beat to reach its goal of defeating all five programs that a Sherri Coale-coached squad is winless against. OU has defeated Texas Tech, Missouri and Nebraska and is winless against Iowa State and Kansas.
Today's attendance of 3,031 is the 15th best in school history.
With four assists Whaley set a season best, her previous high had been three assists in three different contests.
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