|Oklahoma (17-12, 8-8 Big 12) at TCU (15-13, 6-10)|
|Date & Time||Saturday, March 1, 7 p.m. Central|
|Television|| FS Southwest Plus | Channel Guide
Russell Scott & Janice Dziuk
|Radio|| KOKC 1520 AM/KREF 1400 AM
Brian Brinkley & Colton Coale
|Online|| FOX Sports Go (download with iTunes) | SoonerSports.tv (replay)
|Buy Tickets||OU Athletics Ticket Office | 1-800-456-4668|
|Pregame Info||Game Notes (PDF)|
WHAT TO WATCH
• Oklahoma sits tied for fifth with Iowa State in the Big 12 standings. The Sooners must finish in the top six to lock a first-round bye in the Big 12 Championship next week in Oklahoma City.
• Oklahoma has some momentum. The Sooners used a six-minute, 25-2 run to cut a 32-point deficit with 15 minutes to play to single digits in a loss to Baylor Monday, Feb. 24. Baylor held a 71-39 lead with 15:16 to play before the Sooners outscored the Lady Bears 46-20 before they had to foul with 47 seconds remaining.
• Prior to a loss at Baylor, Oklahoma won two straight games in the final minute on Morgan Hook game-winning shots. The Sooners were 0-4 with three overtime losses in games decided in the final minute before last week. Hook was named Big 12 Player of the Week on Feb. 24 for those efforts.
• Guard Aaryn Ellenberg (concussion) sat out OU’s wins versus Texas (Feb. 19) and Kansas (Feb. 22). The Sooners are 3-0 this season without Ellenberg (Samford, Dec. 29).
• Sharane Campbell became Oklahoma’s 30th player to reach 1,000 career points scored. It is the second time (2010) that the Sooners have had three players (Griffin, Hook) cross 1,000 in the same season.
• Only one other Big 12 team has had a lineup with four active 1,000-point scorers. Kansas State’s 2003-04 team with Laurie Koehn, Megan Mahoney, Nicole Ohlde and Kendra Wecker was the first. West Virginia had two teams with four 1,000-point scorers (in 1997-98 and 2007-08) before joining the conference.
• Oklahoma’s Aaryn Ellenberg passed Phylesha Whaley (2,187 points; 1997-2000) as the Sooners’ second leading career scorer and the Big 12 Conference’s eighth all-time on Feb. 13.
|Projected Starting Lineups|
5-10 | SR | Lowell, Ark.
5-6 | SO | Springfield, Ill.
5-7 | SR | Las Vegas, Nev.
5-10 | JR | Fort Worth, Texas
5-9 | FR | Midwest City, Okla.
5-11 | JR | Fort Worth, Texas
5-10 | JR | Spencer, Okla.
5-8 | FR | Lewisville, Texas
6-6 | SR | Milwaukee, Wis.
6-3 | SR | Fort Worth, Texas