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Basketball (M)
Highlights   01/31/2015
Sooners Complete Bedlam Sweep

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No. 24 Oklahoma completed the Bedlam sweep with a 64-56 win over the Cowboys Saturday night in Stillwater.
Basketball (M)
Games   01/31/2015
Replay: OU at OSU (PREMIUM)

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Full game archive of No. 24 Oklahoma's 64-56 win at Oklahoma State on Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015.
Gymnastics (W)
Highlights   01/31/2015
OU Remains Perfect at Metroplex

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No. 1 Oklahoma remained unbeaten by posting a 197.700 to beat No. 2 LSU, No. 8 Arkansas and Iowa State Saturday at the Metroplex Challenge in Dallas.
Wrestling
Highlights   01/31/2015
Pair of Pins Not Enough vs. ISU

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Justin DeAngelis and Ross Larson both picked up pins but it wasn't enough for the Sooners vs. No. 8 Iowa State, as OU fell 26-18 Saturday.
Wrestling
Games   01/31/2015
Replay: OU vs. Iowa State (PREMIUM)

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Full match archive of Oklahoma's 26-18 loss to No. 8 Iowa State on Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015.
Basketball (W)
Features   01/30/2015
Carter's Got it Clicking

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Sophomore Gioya Carter has been one of the most efficient players in the conference since Big 12 play began, thanks to a renewed confidence and relaxed approach.
Basketball (W)
Shows   01/30/2015
Sooner Basketball with Sherri Coale No. 7 (PREMIUM)

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Coach Coale reviews Oklahoma's most recent games, breaks down film on Peyton Little, and looks at Gioya Carter's performance during Big 12 play.
Basketball (W)
Features   01/30/2015
Film Session with Coach Coale

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Coach Coale breaks down Peyton Little's defensive sensibility on her weekly television show. Catch it Friday at 5:30 p.m. CT on FS Southwest.
Track/Field
Highlights   01/30/2015
Razorback Invitational Day 1 Highlights

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Oklahoma highlights from Day 1 of the Razorback Invitational in Fayettville, Ark.
Basketball (W)
Highlights   01/29/2015
Texas 84, OU 81 Highlights

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It was a Red River classic, as No. 24 Oklahoma and No. 13 Texas battled to double overtime, but the Longhorns eventually came out on top in Austin, 84-81.