Even after its atrocious shooting to begin the game, Oklahoma finished hitting 48.4 percent of its field-goal attempts, including 15-for-29 from beyond the 3-point line.
Coale said she’s confident her team’s resume will be enough to earn a 15th consecutive NCAA Tournament bid, regardless of what happens at the Big 12 tourney this weekend.
“I think what we do in Oklahoma City this weekend will go a long way toward where we are,” Coale said.
OU split its two regular-season meetings with Texas. The Longhorns beat Oklahoma State 65-58 Monday night to claim the Big 12 Tournament’s No. 3 seed.