A look at the week in Oklahoma sports by the numbers

The Sooners made only one 3-point in Sunday's victory over George Mason, going 1 of 12 from long distance.
BY SCOTT MUNN Published: December 9, 2013
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1 — 3-pointer made by Oklahoma during Sunday's 81-66 men's basketball victory over George Mason (Va.). The Sooners were 1 of 12 from long distance, the only trey coming from Jordan Woodard with 15 seconds left in the game. Although OU won by rout, the Patriots were much more efficient from 3-point range, scoring 21 points.

1-6 — Record for the Tulsa 66ers, the Developmental League affiliate of the Oklahoma City Thunder.

7 — Goaltenders used this season by the Oklahoma City Barons. The Barons are just 26 games into this American Hockey League campaign, and they've easily set a franchise record for most netiminders given a starting assignment by coach Todd Nelson. Injuries, trades and free-agent signings at the NHL level have been reasons why Jason LaBarbera, Richard Bachman, Ty Rimmer, Ilya Bryzgalov, Tyler Bunz, Olivier Roy and Laurent Brossoit have all started at least one game in an Oklahoma City sweater. The previous team record for most goalies used was four, set a year ago during 76 regular-season games.

24 — Consecutive games won by Ohio State until a 34-24 loss Saturday to Michigan State in the Big 10 championship game. The Buckeyes' run was impressive under coach Urban Meyer, but they were still 23 away from tying Oklahoma's record streak of 47 set over the 1953-57 seasons under Bud Wilkinson.



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