*Clark again comes down with a defensive rebound following another contested 3-pointer (this one by Woodard) by Long.
*Kane drives the lane, but Spangler swats it away. The Sooners get the ball out of bounds.
All of the possessions ended with an OU rebound.
“We got our butts kicked on the boards against Kansas, and that was something that we had under control when we played Iowa State,” sophomore guard Je'lon Hornbeak said. “We came with those big defensive stops at the end. We let a little lead go, but sometimes you've got to grind some games out so we're OK with that. We can get better still.”
Oklahoma's tough start to the Big 12 season continues at 6 p.m. Tuesday when it plays at Kansas State.
The Sooners will head into the game with a different feel than Saturday, when they were bouncing back from the loss to Kansas.
“Getting those big stops not only is a big help in production but confidence,” Kruger said. “It's a huge difference.”