“He should be fine by Monday it looks like,” Kruger said. “It was more of a precaution not to get him back in there.”
The injury left the Sooners short-handed at guard.
Je'lon Hornbeak was suspended for the game for an undisclosed violation of team rules. Kruger said Hornbeak, who watched the game from the bench, was expected to return for Monday's exhibition finale against Oklahoma Christian.
Hornbeak's suspension opened the door for Woodard, the only true point guard on the roster, to start.
Woodard took advantage, scoring 15 with four assists and hitting a pair of 3-pointers.
“He did a fantastic job,” Kruger said. “He's a guy that's always been able to get the ball to where it needs to be.
“The fact that he can score also makes him that much more effective. He's very good defensively and I think he'll just keep getting better and better.”
Woodard turned the ball over four times as well.
“He committed a little turnovers, but he's getting used to it,” Hield said.
Junior D.J. Bennett was not expected to play in the exhibition games after suffering a partially torn tendon in his foot about three weeks ago.
But Bennett returned to practice Friday and played three first-half minutes, going up for a put-back basket moments after entering the game.
Kruger said Bennett would get a little more playing time Monday and should be close to 100 percent for Friday's season opener in Dallas against Alabama.
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