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Oklahoma football: Sooners score fewest points in home victory since 1967

by Berry Tramel Published: September 7, 2013
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Here is a look at Oklahoma's 16-7 win over West Virginia by the numbers:

* 2: Fumble recoveries for OU; the Sooners had three all of last season.


* 5: Third-down conversions allowed by the OU defense this season, out of 29 third-down plays. West Virginia was 3-of-13.

* 16: Points for OU, the fewest in a home victory since beating Kansas 14-10 in 1967.

* 23: Points scored by both teams, the fewest in an OU game since Nebraska's 10-3 victory in 2009.

* 44.4: Completion percentage for OU through two games. Sooner quarterbacks have combined to complete 24 of 54 passes.

* 391: Fewer yards for West Virginia than the 778 yards the Mountaineers gained on OU last season.