Sooners Roll Over Texas Tech in First Home Game as #1 Since 1989

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In their first home game as the number one ranked team in the country since February of 1989,  Oklahoma's men's basketball team cruised to a 91-67 win over Texas Tech on Tuesday night, January 26, at the Lloyd Noble Center in Norman.

Buddy Hield led the Sooners with 30 points and made 5 three-pointers, finishing 9 of 12 from the field.

Four Sooners scored in double figures as OU shot 53 percent from the field and were 12 of 23 from three-point range.

Isaiah Cousins had 19 points with two 3-pointers, Jordan Woodard had 15 with three 3-pointers, and Ryan Spangler 13.

Oklahoma held Tech to just 32 percent field goal shooting, but allowed the Red Raiders 21 offensive rebounds.

Justin Gray led Texas Tech with 20 points off the bench.

OU led by 10 at halftime and built the lead to 26 in the second half.

Oklahoma improves to 17-2 on the season, 6-2 in Big 12 play.

OU next will play a non-conference game when they visit LSU for a 4:00 tipoff on Saturday, January 30, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.



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