Oklahoma Upsets Kansas, 72-66
Oklahoma 72, Kansas 66
The No. 5 Kansas Jayhawks (19-4, 7-3) suffered their third consecutive defeat on Saturday night at the Noble Center to Oklahoma (15-7, 6-4).
The Sooners were out in front for most of the game and whenever the visitors tried to come back, the Sooners offense had an answer.
The second half came down to who made the shots in key situations and the Sooners were the team that did that with ease.
A three-pointer by Je'lon Hornbeak with 90 seconds left was the knockout blow dealt by Lon Kruger's Sooners.
The Jayhawks will now return home to Allen Fieldhouse to host Kansas State on Monday night while Oklahoma hosts TCU on Monday in their next Big 12 game.
Oklahoma 72, Kansas 66 Final
K-State would own sole possession of first place in the Big 12 w/ a win over Iowa St tonight. A Wildcats loss would create a four-way tie.— Jason King (@JasonKingESPN) February 9, 2013
Oklahoma 70, Kansas 66 (0:06 Second Half)
Elijah Johnson drives to the hoop........and MISSES!
Sooners going back to the free throw line to clinch the victory.
Oklahoma 70, Kansas 66 (0:14 Second Half)
Hornbeak makes both free throws for Oklahoma.
Oklahoma 68, Kansas 66 (0:15 Second Half)
Hornbeak makes one of two at the line.
McLemore with a tip-in to cut the lead to two points.
Hornbeak going back to the foul line.
Oklahoma 67, Kansas 64 (0:31 Second Half)
Hornbeak going to the line to shoot two for the Sooners.
Oklahoma 67, Kansas 64 (0:37 Second Half)
Elijah Johnson comes up in the clutch for Kansas to cut the Oklahoma lead to three points.
The Sooners will have to make their free throws to close out the game.
Wow - Did anyone even attempt to defend Hornbeak on that 3?— Jason King (@JasonKingESPN) February 9, 2013
Oklahoma 66, Kansas 61 (1:29 Second Half)
Je'lon Hornbeak delivers a critical three pointer for the Sooners.
Kevin Young has fouled out for Kansas.
Oklahoma 63, Kansas 59 (2:04 Second Half)
Amath M'Biaye has fouled out after being called for a charge.
Oklahoma 63, Kansas 59 (3:33 Second Half)
Pledger drains a three for the Sooners.
McLemore can not answer on the other end.
At the final media timeout, the upset is very much alive.
Oklahoma 60, Kansas 59 (4:12 Second Half)
Travis Releford makes one of his two free throws to cut the lead to one point.
Oklahoma 60, Kansas 58 (4:53 Second Half)
Oklahoma finally breaks the triangle and two curse with a three from M'Biaye.
Withey and Johnson both with layups for Kansas.
Romero Osby now with four fouls for the Sooners.
Oklahoma 57, Kansas 54 (5:30 Second Half)
The triangle and two has shut down the Sooners offense.
Jeff Withey scores a layup in transition to cut the lead to three.
Oklahoma 57, Kansas 52 (7:53 Second Half)
Elijah Johnson only makes one of his two foul shots.
If the Jayhawks made all their free throws in the second half, this game would be tied.
Oklahoma 57, Kansas 50 (8:15 Second Half)
Bill Self goes to the triangle and two defense, which stops the Sooners.
On the other end, McLemore nets a three-pointer.
Oklahoma 57, Kansas 48 (9:30 Second Half)
The Sooners are coming alive on the offensive end, Kansas needs a response now.
Oklahoma 53, Kansas 46 (10:05 Second Half)
Cameron Clark puts the Sooners up by seven.
Kansas calls a timeout.
The Jayhawks need a basket on their next possession.
Kansas is trying to avoid losing 3 straight games for the first time since February 2005.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) February 9, 2013
What is the duplicate article?
Why is this article offensive?
Where is this article plagiarized from?
Why is this article poorly edited?