"A lot of times with a basketball team, things are enthusiastic and there's a lot of adrenaline involved," Neal said Sunday. "I think it was interesting to see our team in a low-key mood today, taking it all in and having an opportunity to experience something that not many people get to. The sheer number of crosses at the cemetery just hits you as far as how many people our age went and fought and gave their lives for the cause.
"We're very thankful to live in a country in which people who came before us cared enough about the future to give their lives for it."
Three days after the visit, the Sooners didn't have much problems with Charenton after things were close early.
The Sooners finished the first quarter with a 14-6 run to grab control and never let up.
Six players scored in double figures for OU, led by Cam Clark's 23. D.J. Bennett, Isaiah Cousins and Ryan Spangler each scored 14 while Je'lon Hornbeak and Neal had 11.
Bennett added 13 rebounds, five blocks and two assists while Neal had 11 rebounds and two steals. Freshman Jordan Woodard scored six points and added eight assists and three steals.