Pryor’s bank shot with 10 seconds remaining in a 1947 semifinal game gave OU a 55-54 win over Texas and sent the Sooners into the finals against Holy Cross. Holy Cross _ with future Hall-of-Famer Bob Cousy _ beat Oklahoma, 58-47.
Pryor played for the amateur Phillips 66ers for three years after college, then worked for the oil company before opening an insurance agency in Norman in 1963. He retired in 1990.
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