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Oklahoma basketball notebook: Amath M'Baye limited in Sooners' win

Amath M'Baye had little impact in the Sooners' 64-54 win over Texas A&M, playing only 14 minutes. He finishing with one steal and one blocked shot.
By Stephanie Kuzydym Published: December 15, 2012

His 10 points also helped him move into 28th place on Oklahoma's all-time scoring list, passing Terry Stotts and Kevin Bookout. Pledger now has 1,113 points.


Texas A&M starters Ray Turner and Elston Turner gave Oklahoma the most trouble. They combined for 29 of Texas A&M's 54 points and 11 of its 35 rebounds.

Elston Turner also shot 4 of 6 from the arc.

The Turners, who aren't related, also provided a lot of the physicality in the Aggies' lineup.

“Texas A&M is known for being real physical,” Osby said. “They have big guys get real low, especially Ray Turner. He kind of sets the tone for the team.”


*Tied at 41, Oklahoma went on an 8-0 run on its way to taking a 14-point lead.

*The Sooners forced a season-high 19 turnovers, including 10 steals — also a season high.

*OU shot 38.9 percent from the field. That's the fourth win this year when OU was shooting below 40 percent.

*Oklahoma won its 17th All-College title in its last 20 appearances.