A total of 57 fouls were called in the game — 32 against Baylor and 25 against Oklahoma. Je'lon Hornbeak was the only Sooners to foul out.
OSBY VS. AUSTIN
Senior forward Romero Osby is 6-foot-8. On Saturday, he matched up against Baylor's 7-foot center Isaiah Austin.
It's the third time this season Osby has guarded a 7-foot-center, with the first two times coming against Kansas' Jeff Withey. The last time Oklahoma played Baylor, junior Amath M'Baye matched up with Austin.
“I feel like I tried to battle him,” Osby said. “I was trying to use my strength and my size against him.”
The first time Osby matched up against a 7-footer, he got pushed around and admitted he let it get to him. This time, the only thing that upset him was his performance at the free-throw line.
“I was mad at myself for missing those last two free throws,” Osby said. “I hope I didn't show it too much.”
*In the last 5:42 of the first half, Oklahoma allowed only one point, a free throw shot made by L.J. Rose.
*The Sooners' largest lead was 26 points.
*OU has new season highs for points scored in its last two outings. The Sooners eclipsed the season-high 86 they scored against Texas Tech with the 90 they scored against Baylor.
Wednesday: at Texas, 8 p.m.
March 2: vs. Iowa State, 12:30 p.m.
March 6: vs. West Virginia, 8 p.m.