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NCAA Game Summary - Oklahoma at West Virginia



(Wednesday, February 5th)

Final Score: West Virginia 91, (21) Oklahoma 86 (OT)

Morgantown, WV (SportsNetwork.com) - Eron Harris scored six of his game-high 28 points in overtime to lead West Virginia to a 91-86 win over No. 21 Oklahoma on Wednesday.

Juwan Staten added 20 points, 10 rebounds and six assists and Terry Henderson finished with 17 points for the Mountaineers (14-9, 6-4 Big 12), who have won three straight.

With the win, West Virginia moved into third place in the Big 12 standings.

Jordan Woodard scored 23 points and handed out eight assists and Buddy Hield scored 15 points and pulled down eight rebounds for the Sooners (17-6, 6-4), losers in two straight.

Tyler Neal chipped in with 16 points off the bench and Ryan Spangler finished with 10 points and nine rebounds in the setback.

A pair of Staten free throws with 14:50 to go in regulation gave the Mountaineers a 53-41 lead. WVU remained ahead by at least two possessions until Neal buried a 3-pointer at the 10:42 mark that pulled the Sooners within 61-58.

Harris answered with a 3 of his own to spark an 8-4 swing that stretched the Mountaineers' lead to 69-62 with just over seven minutes remaining.

The sides traded blows until a Neal trey with 3:49 left sparked an 11-1 run to put the Sooners ahead 81-78 with 1:18 on the clock.

After trading empty possessions, Harris drained a stepback 25-footer to tie things up with 24 ticks to go.

Isaiah Cousins missed a trey from the wing with six seconds left to send the game to overtime.

Harris hit a pair of 3-pointers around a Woodard free throw to make it 87-84 just under 2 1/2 minutes into the bonus session.

Woodard, who scored all six of Oklahoma's points in overtime, made it 87-86 with 1:36 to go, but Staten nailed a jumper from the right elbow and the Mountaineers went 2-for-4 from the line down the stretch to seal the win.

"This is probably the first big win of my life," said Harris. "We were in some of these games last year but we never got the big win."

The Sooners led 17-16 with 10:45 left in the first half, but a 13-4 WVU run put the hosts up 29-21.

The Mountaineers outscored Oklahoma 14-11 the rest of the way to take a 43-32 lead into the break.

"I thought West Virginia did a great job in the first half of knocking us on our heels a little bit. They were more aggressive, more physical, quicker to loose balls," said Oklahoma coach Lon Kruger.

Game Notes

Despite the win, WVU trails Oklahoma 4-2 in the all-time series ... The Mountaineers scored 12 points off 13 Sooners turnovers ... Kevin Noreen was WVU's lone player without a point ... Oklahoma outscored WVU 34-20 in the paint ... WVU travels to No. 8 Kansas on Saturday ... Oklahoma visits Baylor on Saturday.

02/06 00:03:23 ET

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Final
ECU 56
TEMPL 70
 
2nd
NCCU 52
NCAT 43
 
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DET 4
ATL 6
 
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TAM 2
BAL 3
 
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PIT 1
NYY 2
 
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HOU 6
PHI 3
 
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MIA 1
STL 4
 
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SFG 8
CHC 6
 
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CIN 3
CLE 9
 
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CWS 1
LOS 6
 
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ANA 3
MIL 2
 
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CHC 2
OAK 2
 
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SEA 9
SDP 4
 
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KAN 5
TEX 4
 
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ARI 4
COL 3
 
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WAS 5
NYM 4
 
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MIN 8
BOS 8
 
8th
BAL 5
TOR 0
 
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CHI 48
OKC 50
 
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MDES 89
MRGST 76
 
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SIENA 71
NIAG 54
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LEH 62
AMER 68
 
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SCAR 74
ARK 78
 
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LAF 89
BU 64
 
Final
PETE 63
FAIR 33
 
1st OT
BUCK 84
HC 77
 
Final
UNF 71
LIP 57
 
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TENNM 65
MORE 76
 
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COL 72
NAVY 62
 
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ECU 56
TEMPL 70
 
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FATL 62
UAB 59
 
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FLGC 62
USCU 63
 
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CHAR 84
WKENT 86
 
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MINN 63
WISC 76
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MIZST 48
SILL 55
 
2nd
COPST 73
DELST 83
 
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FIU 59
MTST 54
 
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HAMP 53
NORST 63
 
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NCCU 52
NCAT 43
 
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COOK 48
SCST 46
 
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APP 59
TXST 56
 
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GSOUT 68
TXARL 58
 
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LAMON 29
UGST 26
 
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ODU 46
MARS 36
 
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TXSA 56
RICE 59
 
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FAM 23
SAV 28
 
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LATU 47
SMISS 33
 
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JST 21
ALAAM 9
 
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GRAM 4
ALAST 14
 
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TXSOU 20
ALCOR 17
 
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NICST 40
CARK 24
 
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TAMCC 46
HOUB 29
 
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NARZ 22
PORST 23
 
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LAM 7
SHSU 7
 
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ARKST 29
SALA 39
 
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PVU 11
SOUTH 9
 
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LALAF 24
ARKLR 20
 
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NO 12
SELA 9
 
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ARZ 12
CAL 12
 
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COL 15
 
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IDAHO 8
 
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UCONN 7
MEM 16
 
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UTEP 16
UNT 8
 
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VCU 2
 
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BOS 3
CAL 3
 
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WAS 1
MIN 1
 
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PHI 2
STL 1
 
2nd Intermission
FLA 3
DAL 2
 
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TAM 2
TOR 1
 
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