Tony Crocker had 20 of his career-high 24 points before halftime while Oklahoma built a big lead on its way to a 90-66 victory over TCU on Sunday night.
It was OU's largest scoring output in a non-overtime, true road game since netting 119 points in a 31-point rout at Colorado on Feb. 17, 1996.
Crocker made 6-of-7 3-pointers, all in the first half, as he surpassed his previous career best of 19 points. He nailed consecutive long-range shots that gave Oklahoma (6-2) an early 14-4 lead 5 1/2 minutes into the game. After Henry Salter made a layup for TCU (4-2), Crocker made another 3-pointer and the Sooners had a double-digit lead that kept expanding.
Omar Leary's 3-pointer just before halftime on a drive and dish from Keith Clark gave the Sooners a 45-27 lead.
The Sooners opened the second half with an 18-3 spurt that pushed their advantage to 63-30. Oklahoma led by as many as 37 points in the second half (90-53) before TCU outscored OU's reserves 13-0 to end the game.
Oklahoma shot 55 percent (33-of-66) for the game, and converted 12 of its 23 3-point attempts. Crocker was 8-of-11 overall and missed only one 3-pointer. He upped his season 3-point figure to 54.8 percent. He has made at least four treys in a game three times.
Blake Griffin had four dunks and scored 15 points for the Sooners, nine in the second half. Austin Johnson finished with 13 points (11 after the break) with three 3s, and Longar Longar had nine points and 10 rebounds.
Omar Leary finished with seven points and a career-high eight assists. The point guard had 10 assists on the season entering the game. Leary and Johnson combined for 12 assists and only three turnovers.
Salter was 5-for-6 from 3-point range and had 18 points to lead the Horned Frogs, who have lost two straight after a 4-0 start. Kevin Langford added 11 points.