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2013 Sooners Football Schedule


Date Opponent Location Time (CT) Results Media
Sat, Aug 31 Louisiana-Monroe Norman 6:00 p.m. 34 - 0 (W)
PPV                                        
Sat, Sep 07 West Virginia * Norman 6:00 p.m. 16 - 7 (W)
FOX                                        
Sat, Sep 14 Tulsa Norman 11:00 a.m. 51 - 20 (W)
ESPN 2                                    
Sat, Sep 28 Notre Dame at South Bend, Ind. 2:30 p.m. 35 - 21 (W)
NBC                                        
Sat, Oct 05 TCU * Norman 6:00 p.m. 20 - 17 (W)
AT&T Red River Rivalry
Sat, Oct 12 Texas * at Dallas, Texas 11:00 a.m. 20 - 36 (L)
ABC                                        
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Sat, Oct 19 Kansas * at Lawrence, Kan. 2:30 p.m. 34 - 19 (W)
ESPN                                        
Sat, Oct 26 Texas Tech * Norman 2:30 p.m. 38 - 30 (W)
FOX                                        
Thu, Nov 07 Baylor * at Waco, Texas 6:30 p.m. 12 - 41 (L)
FS1                                        
Sat, Nov 16 Iowa State * Norman 11:00 a.m. 48 - 10 (W)
FS1                                        
Sat, Nov 23 Kansas State * at Manhattan, Kan. 11:00 a.m. 41 - 31 (W)
FS1                                        
Sat, Dec 07 Oklahoma State * at Stillwater, Okla. 11:00 a.m. 33 - 24 (W)
ABC                                        
Allstate Sugar Bowl
Thu, Jan 02 Alabama at New Orleans, La. 7:30 p.m. 45 - 31 (W)
ESPN
* Conference Games



Friday, January 3
2014 Sooners Football Schedule


Date Opponent Location Time (CT) Results Media
Sat, Aug 30 Louisiana Tech Norman TBA
Sat, Sep 13 Tennessee Norman TBA
Sat, Sep 20 Tulsa at Tulsa, Okla. TBA
Sat, Sep 27 West Virginia * at Morgantown, W Va. TBA
Sat, Oct 04 TCU * at Fort Worth, Texas TBA
Sat, Oct 11 Texas * at Dallas, Texas TBA
Sat, Oct 18 Kansas State * Norman TBA
Thu, Oct 30 Iowa State (Or) * at Ames, Iowa TBA
Sat, Nov 01 Iowa State * at Ames, Iowa TBA
Sat, Nov 08 Baylor * Norman TBA
Sat, Nov 15 Texas Tech * at Lubbock, Texas TBA
Sat, Nov 22 Kansas * Norman TBA
Sat, Nov 29 Oklahoma State (Or) * Norman TBA
Sat, Dec 06 Oklahoma State * Norman TBA


Sunday, December 1
Big 12

Conf

All

Oklahoma State (6)

7-1

10-1

 
Baylor (9)

7-1

10-1

 
Texas (25)

7-1

8-3

 
Oklahoma (17)

6-2

9-2

 
Kansas State

5-4

7-5

 
Texas Tech

4-5

7-5

 
West Virginia

2-7

4-8

 
TCU

2-7

4-8

 
Iowa State

2-7

3-9

 
Kansas

1-8

3-9



     


Thursday, January 2
Sweet, Sweet Magic - Sooners Topple Tide

 
45
1 2 3 4 F
Oklahoma 14 17 0 14 45
Alabama 10 7 7 7 31
31
 

Quick Stats
OU
ALA
First Downs
24
20
Rushing Attempts-Yards
30-81
25-129
Passing Yards
348
387
Total Yards
429
516
Total Plays
74
75
Fumbles Lost 0
2
Penalties-Yards
11-95
5-45
Int. Thrown
1
2
3rd Down Conv.
7-15
6-12
4th Down Conv. 1-1 0-0
Field Goals
1-1
1-2
Time of Poss.
30:55
29:05
Stat Leaders
Passing
C-Att
Yds
TD
Int
OU - Knight
32-44
348
4
1
ALA - McCarron
19-30
387
2
2
Rushing
Car
Yds
TD
Long
OU - Clay
17
44
0
12
ALA - Henry
8
100
1
43
Receiving
Rec
Yds
TD
Long
OU - Bester
6
105
1
45
ALA - White
3
139
1
67

NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Bob Stoops declined to announce a starting quarterback before the Sugar Bowl, and when freshman Trevor Knight took the field on the Sooners' first possession, Alabama's defenders couldn't have anticipated what was in store.

Knight completed a Sugar Bowl-record 32 passes for 348 yards and four touchdowns, and No. 11 Oklahoma took down third-ranked Alabama, 45-31 on Thursday night.

Knight's completion percentage entering the game was 52.2. He had completed 47 passes all season, before a breakout performance in which two of his TDs went for more than 40 yards.

Oklahoma (11-2) needed him to play that well in the 80th Sugar Bowl, the first in which quarterbacks for both teams threw for more than 300 yards.

The victory was a sweet one for Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops, who last offseason called talk about the Southeastern Conference being the best league in college football "propaganda."

His Big 12 team vanquished an Alabama (11-2) squad that had been ranked No. 1 much of the past three seasons, winning the previous two national titles before its shot at a third straight was derailed by Auburn on the last play last month in the Iron Bowl.

AJ McCarron passed for 387 yards and two TDs, but his two interceptions set up Oklahoma TDs, and his fumble, returned for a score in the final minute, sealed `Bama's first two-game skid since its Sugar Bowl loss to Utah in January 2009. McCarron, meanwhile, lost his last two starts after going 36-2 before those games.

Freshman Derrick Henry's 43-yard run in the third quarter pulled Alabama to 31-24, and the Crimson Tide defense forced four punts while giving up only one first down in the third quarter. But Alabama was unable to add another score before the Sooners starting moving the ball again early in the final quarter.

Knight lofted a perfect pass to Lacoltan Bester for a 34-yard gain to the Alabama 9. Shortly after, Knight rolled left all the way to the sideline before rifling a touchdown strike toSterling Shepard, making it a two-touchdown game again with 10:44 left.

Henry, a 6-foot-3, 238-pound true freshman, pulled Alabama back with in a score once more when he turned his first career completion into a tackle-shedding 61-yard TD with 6:22 still to go.

But Oklahoma was able to burn several minutes off the clock, and then Oklahoma registered its seventh sack when Eric Striker stripped McCarron, and Geneo Grissomreturned it 8 yards for a score.

Both teams entered the Sugar Bowl with defenses ranked in the top 15 nationally, but quarterback play dominated a first half highlighted by five passing plays of 43 yards or longer, three of which went for scores. But McCarron threw two interceptions twice, each time setting up Sooners TDs on the very next play.

Alabama took the opening kickoff and scored in four plays. McCarron hit Amari Cooper for 15 and 53 yards, and T.J. Yeldon ran it in from the 1 two plays later.

It appeared to be getting worse for the Sooners when Alabama's Landon Collins made a diving interception of Knight's tipped pass, but Oklahoma got it right back when Gabe Lynnpicked off McCarron's pass on the next play. One play later, Knight found Bester down the right sideline for a 45-yard score to tie it at 7.

On Alabama's next drive, McCarron found DeAndrew White for a 63-yard gain to set upCade Foster's field goal, but the Sooners took their first lead when Knight found Jalen Saunders, who reached the ball across the goal line as he was being brought down.

McCarron's pinpoint deep pass down the middle to White for a 67-yard TD strike gave the Tide the lead right back early in the second quarter before the Sooners tied it at 17 onMichael Hunnicutt's 47-yard field goal.

Alabama appeared on the verge of a go-ahead score when Yeldon fumbled on the Oklahoma 8. The Sooners then methodically reached mid-field, where they converted a fourth-and-1. On the next play, Knight hit Saunders in stride down the right sideline for a 43-yard score.

McCarron's second interception, snagged by Zack Sanchez and returned to the 13, set up Shepard's 13-yard score around the right end, giving the Sooners a stunning 31-17 lead. The Tide drove into field goal range in the final minute of the half, but Foster missed a 32-yarder, leaving Oklahoma with two-TD lead at halftime.



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