Dec. 18, 2010
• Oklahoma shot .333 from the field (its second-lowest mark of the year) and a season-low-tying .182 from 3-point range in a 66-56 loss to undefeated Cincinnati (10-0) at the All-College Classic in Oklahoma City.
• The Sooners held Cincinnati to .420 field goal and .176 (3-for-17) 3-point marks. The Bearcats entered the game shooting .456 from the field and .385 from long distance.
• OU, which never led, trailed 28-21 at halftime but scored the first six points of the second half to draw within one. The Sooners got stops on Cincinnati's next three possessions but missed two field goal attempts and committed a turnover on their next three trips.
• The Bearcats led by just five (49-45) with six minutes remaining before going on an 8-1 run to go ahead by 12 (57-45) with 3:22 left for their largest lead of the game.
• Cincinnati posted a 22-15 advantage in points off turnovers despite the fact both teams committed 13 offensive miscues.
• Sophomore Carl Blair finished with a game-high 15 points and OU highs of six rebounds and four assists, but also committed six turnovers. He was the only Sooner who shot at least 50 percent from the floor (6-for-12).
• Sophomore Steven Pledger netted 13 points with the help of 5-for-6 free throw shooting. Pledger is shooting .839 from the foul line on the year.
• Sophomore Andrew Fitzgerald contributed 10 points, five boards, two assists and three steals.
• After winning 15 of its previous 16 All-College Classic contests, OU has now lost two in a row. OU is 52-14 all-time in the event.