LINCOLN, Neb. — On its first three drives, Oklahoma’s offense had the ball inside Nebraska territory. But came away without a point. For all its issues with injuries and penalties and ability, the OU offense actually moved the ball against Nebraska’s vaunted defense. But when the Sooners had the chance to come up with precious points, they couldn’t, proving to be the difference in a 10-3 loss. All told, OU ran 30 more plays than the Huskers and of 16 offensive possessions, the Sooners drove 11 into Nebraska territory. But on those possessions, three missed field goals, two failed fourth-down attempts and four Landry Jones interceptions doomed a Sooner offense that had made strides the last two weeks. "Offensively, we moved the ball quite frequently, but then didn’t produce points,” coach Bob Stoops said. "We didn’t execute well enough or they executed better than we did in the red zone. ... and we came up with nothing.” Especially crushing were OU’s final five possessions. The Sooners pushed each of their final five drives into Husker territory, including two inside the Nebraska 25, with chances to tie the game. "Several of those drives in the second half we felt very positive,” Stoops said. "We were fairly consistently moving it.” But the first ended with Tress Way’s third missed field goal of the night. On the second, Jones overthrew Ryan Broyles and Husker free safety Matt O’Hanlon came up with an interception. The Sooners went for it on fourth-and-7 on the third, but Jones couldn’t connect with Adron Tennell on a slant route. On the fourth, Nebraska defensive tackle Jared Crick tipped a Jones pass, which was intercepted by linebacker Phillip Dillard. And on the fifth and final drive, Jones tossed up a premature Hail Mary with almost 30 seconds still remaining and O’Hanlon came down with his third pick to end the game. "You’ve got to credit them,” Stoops said. "On third or fourth down, we had our opportunity, and they made plays, they covered us or pressured us or whatever it was to get out of it. "That’s where we needed to be better.” Text "SOONER” to 65360 for your chance to win a $100 gift card from O’Connells. OU news text updates from NewsOK sponsored by Dunkin’ Donuts.