Oklahoma's big recruiting weekend paid off Sunday morning.
The Sooners first commitment from the group of uncommitted visitors didn't come from the football visitors, though.
Center Jamuni McNeace of Allen, Texas, committed to the Sooners on Sunday morning, announcing his decision on Twitter.
The 6-foot-10 McNeace had offers from Utah, Louisiana Tech and North Texas among others.
McNeace is the first 2014 commit for the Sooners.
McNeace is teammates with a pair of Oklahoma football commits — linebacker Tay Evans of the 2014 class and offensive lineman Bobby Evans of the 2015 class.
SOONERS TO PLAY IN MCCASLAND FIELD HOUSE
For the second consecutive season, Oklahoma's men's basketball team will play a home game at McCasland Field House.
The Sooners will host Oklahoma Christian in a Nov. 4 exhibition game in a continuation of the Field House Series, which included games against Central Oklahoma and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi last season.
Tickets for the game, which tips off at 7 p.m., are available for $5 beginning Monday. Tickets can be purchased online at SoonerSports.com and by phone at (800) 456-4668.
OU students will be admitted to the game at no charge but must possess a ticket to be admitted. Student ticket pickup information will be announced later.
Last season's 72-42 win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on New Year's Eve was the first regular-season contest in the building in 38 years.
McCasland Field House opened in 1928 and served as the Sooners' home until the Lloyd Noble Center opened in December 1975.
COWGIRLS TIE AGAIN
Oklahoma State collected 21 shots, including 18 in the second half, but only managed a 0-0 double overtime tie at TCU on Sunday in Big 12 soccer.
OSU moved to 5-3-5 overall this season and 1-1-2 in the Big 12. The Cowgirls are 2-0-5 in overtime games this season. The five ties are a school record.
OSU next plays 6 p.m. Oct. 18 against Texas in Stillwater.