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Oklahoma vs. UALR
Nov. 29, 2013

• Oklahoma scored its most points since the 2004-05 season in its 101-81 win over UALR on Friday afternoon. 

• The last time OU scored more points was Feb. 26, 2005 (103-60 home win over Baylor), when it shot a school-record 66.1 percent from the field.

• Today marked OU’s first 100-point game since Jan. 5, 2009 (100-64 win over Maryland Eastern Shore).

• The Sooners’ 59 first-half points were their most in a half since scoring 59 in the second half against Mississippi Valley State in the second game of the 2008-09 season.

• OU went 12-for-28 (.429) from 3-point range, its most makes since connecting for 13 conversions versus Texas Southern on Nov. 18, 2010.

• The Sooners registered a season-high 23 assists (previous high was 16) on 33 field goals. They committed just 10 turnovers and on the year now have 97 assists and just 71 turnovers.

• OU’s starters each scored in double figures and accounted for 80 points. They went a combined 10-for-19 (.526) from 3-point range.

• Senior forward Cameron Clark scored a game-high 22 points, marking the third straight contest he tallied at least 20. He has led OU in scoring in each of the last four games and is averaging a team-high 19.3 points per game on the year.

• Freshman point guard Jordan Woodard netted a career-high 16 points and also recorded four assists (had one turnover) and two steals. His eight free throw makes tied a career high. He leads the team with 29 free throw makes and 37 attempts on the season.

• After not scoring more than 10 points in a game in his career prior to last Friday, Isaiah Cousins has scored at least 14 in each of the last three games. The sophomore guard finished with 14 today to go along with five rebounds and a game-high five assists. He scored 19 last Friday against Seton Hall and 15 the next night against No. 1 Michigan State.

• Sophomore guard Buddy Hield scored 17 points (tying his third-highest career total) and has scored in double figures in all six games to start the year (did it seven times all of last season). Hield was 3-for-6 from 3-point range and added four rebounds and four assists.

• Sophomore forward Ryan Spangler recorded his second double-double of the year and third double-digit rebounding effort by finishing with 11 points and 10 rebounds. He was 5-for-7 from the field and has shot at least 60 percent in all six games. He added two assists and two blocks today.

• Oklahoma is back home Monday when it hosts Mercer at 8 p.m. CT (ESPNU). The Bears are coached by Bob Hoffman, who was an OU assistant coach during the 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons.