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- Colorado judge strikes voter-backed gay marriage ban, but issues stay
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- Marco Rubio: U.S. at social, moral crossroads
Topic - Jordan Woodard
A 2,000-mile trip to West Virginia that took 24 hours and included a detour to New Jersey was a big challenge for No. 21 Oklahoma.
Suddenly, Oklahoma State doesn't look like a Big 12 title contender.
Oklahoma coach Lon Krueger finally saw a full game from his No. 25 Sooners.
Texas Tech coach Tubby Smith was disappointed in his team's defense in the Red Raiders loss to No. 25 Oklahoma on Saturday.
Buddy Hield and his Oklahoma teammates finally starting making shots after halftime.
Scott Drew was asked if he is worried about the mentality of his No. 12 Baylor Bears.
"Yeah, it was pretty tough having to travel and having to keep thinking about where we were going to end up, where our next destination was," Oklahoma's Jordan Woodard said. "But we just kept telling each other we have to stay mentally focused and concentrate on the game. We knew we were going to get here eventually, and whenever we got here we were going to keep it between the lines."
Cameron Clark scored 11 and Jordan Woodard added 10 for the Sooners, who have won three of their last four games going into Monday night at Kansas.