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Bob Huggins Gives His Thoughts on WVU’s Loss at Oklahoma

Morgantown, West Virginia – Following West Virginia’s heart-breaking 16-13 loss at Oklahoma, Mountaineers legendary basketball coach Bob Huggins took to social media to give his thoughts on the football program. “Win or lose, we should have our guys backs instead of crushing them. The beautiful thing about bleeding gold and...
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Sloppy Second Half Deals WVU Football Second Loss at Oklahoma

Mountaineer fans entered tonight’s game blissfully optimistic about the outcome. Rumors of a shootout, despite the last two meetings’ 111-70 Oklahoma out-scoring, had been flying all week. As the 2-1 Mountaineers prepared to open Big 12 Conference play against the No. 4, undefeated Oklahoma Sooner team, tensions were high. All of the stats favored the Sooners. WVU head coach Neal Brown was entering Norman, Ok. on an 0-5 road loss streak. The Mountaineer football team hadn’t won in Norman since 1982.
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Grading The Mountaineers: WVU vs. Oklahoma

NORMAN, Okla. — The Mountaineers went toe-to-toe with No. 4 Oklahoma, but in end, the outcome was the same as West Virginia’s other four trips to Norman since joining the Big 12 in 2012 — a loss. The final outcome was much closer than the others as OU needed a...
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What Chris Klieman said after Kansas State's 31-20 loss at Oklahoma State

This is what Kansas State head coach Chris Klieman said after the Wildcats' 31-20 loss at Oklahoma State on Saturday. "Credit Oklahoma State, they beat us today. We didn't play our best game today, and they beat us at the line of scrimmage and we fought in the second half and did some better things finally on defense in the second half to slow them down but we just couldn't penetrate them and couldn't get enough things going offensively. I told the guys in locker room at the end of the day, I really firmly believe we have a good football team, and we didn't play well enough today, and we didn't coach well enough today . We've got to come up with better schemes and better plans on both sides of the ball. But we've got to execute as well. And today, they got us and we got to go back to work and it's a long season with an awful lot of opportunities in front of us and if we learn from this and, and continue to improve, we've got a chance to be OK. But adversity has struck us for the first time this year, and that's reality and how do you respond when adversity strikes and so confident that the leadership with our guys will respond to the adversity and we can't sulk on it we got to get ready to play OU next week."
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Everything Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said after win vs. Kansas State

STILLWATER, Okla. — Oklahoma State put up points in a hurry during the first half of its 31-13 win against No. 25 Kansas State on Saturday, but was held scoreless after halftime for the second straight week. The Cowboys had three offensive touchdowns, a field goal and a fumble recovery in the end zone 25 minutes into the game. The offense, which seemed to find a rhythm early, picked up just eight first downs in the second half.
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Oklahoma football: Spencer Rattler reacts to Sooners fans chanting for backup QB Caleb Williams

Oklahoma stayed undefeated on Saturday and picked up its first Big 12 win in the process by notching a 16-13 victory over West Virginia at home on Gabe Brkic's 29-yard field goal as time expired. The Sooners' offense continued to struggle overall, although Spencer Rattler did lead the game-winning drive from Oklahoma's own 8-yard line with just over three minutes remaining.
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Postgame Walk & Talk: Oklahoma State 31, Kansas State 20

GoPowercat publisher Tim Fitzgerald delivers his thoughts on Kansas State's game following Saturday's postgame press conference:. GoPowercat publisher Tim Fitzgerald delivers his postgame Walk & Talk following Kansas State's 31-20 loss at Oklahoma State on Saturday night. OSU had not broken 30 points so far this season but put up 31 in the first half and then ran out the clock after K-State's defense rallied in the second half and the offense sputtered in the hands of third-string quarterback Jaren Lewis after backup Will Howard, who is replacing Skylar Thompson who is mending a knee injury, was banged up in the first half. This loss exposes some issues with the Wildcats, but they are still 3-1 and play host to Oklahoma next Saturday in Manhattan.
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What Neal Brown had to say after the loss to Oklahoma

West Virginia went on the road to Norman, Oklahoma, and went toe-to-toe with the No. 4 Sooners on Saturday night primetime. The Mountaineers never trailed - literally - in the game until the last second field goal that soared through the uprights as time expired for a 16-13 win for Oklahoma.
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LISTEN: Rapid reactions to Saturday's loss to No. 4 Oklahoma

The overnight shift begins with a review of West Virginia's performance Saturday night on the road against No. 4 Oklahoma. A national television audience watched the sooner win their 12th straight game and move to 9-0 against the Mountaineers in Big 12 games, but WVU had this one where it wanted deep into the fourth quarter. Then everything went wrong, and the Sooners walked off a winner. What happened? Why does it happen? Where do the Mountaineers go from here? What's happening in second halves? How much time does Jarret Doege have left in charge of the offense? All that and more is on the way once you press play. (Direct link: HERE.)
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College football scores, rankings, highlights: Oregon, Oklahoma survive unexpected scares

Both No. 3 Oregon and No. 4 Oklahoma received tough tests at home against unranked conference foes on Saturday night, but managed to escape with victories on a day full of upsets and close calls for ranked teams. Oregon defeated Arizona 41-19, but only after the Wildcats pulled within 24-19 late in the third quarter. Timely interceptions helped the Ducks improve to 4-0 as they picked off Arizona quarterback Jordan McCloud five times. Two of the interceptions came in the red zone, and another one was returned for a touchdown by Bennett Williams in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach.
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No. 4 Oklahoma escapes West Virginia, 16-13

Gabe Brkic hit a 30-yard field goal as time expired to help No. 4 Oklahoma escape with a 16-13 home win over West Virginia on Saturday night at Norman, Okla. The Sooners’ offense struggled most of the night but came up big in the final four minutes, driving from their own 8 to the Mountaineers’ 12 to set up Brkic’s game-winner.
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Oklahoma finishes strong (enough) to outlast West Virginia

NORMAN — Sooner Nation became exasperated with their team on Saturday night, and Spencer Rattler bore the brunt of their frustration. Fans rained light boos down on their team’s starting quarterback — or the play-calling, or the head coach and play-caller — but then took it a step further, offering a chant asking Lincoln Riley for his backup, freshman Caleb Williams.
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Spencer Rattler, No. 4 Oklahoma Avoid WVU's Upset Bid on Gabe Brkic's GW FG

It wasn't easy, but No. 4 Oklahoma continued its perfect start to the 2021 season on Saturday night, defeating West Virginia 16-13. Quarterback Spencer Rattler struggled for much of the game, finishing with 256 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. He came through on the game's final drive, however, completing all six of his passes and setting up Gabe Brkic for the game-winning field goal as time expired.
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