NORMAN, Okla. -- Tony Crocker converted a four-point play with 7.3 seconds left as Oklahoma beat Baylor 92-91 in overtime.
Crocker was fouled by Aaron Bruce while making a 3-pointer from
the left wing and then hit his free throw to put Oklahoma ahead
late. Curtis Jerrells missed a pair of free throws with 1 second
left that could've given the Bears the win.
Kevin Rogers got the rebound on Jerrells' second miss but was
unable to put it back at the buzzer.
Blake Griffin scored a career-high 29 points and had 15 rebounds
to lead Oklahoma.
Rogers ended up with 18 points, Tweety Carter scored 17 and
Henry Dugat added 13 for Baylor.
It was the second straight nail-biter for the Sooners, who beat
Texas Tech in its last game on a 28-foot 3-pointer with 1.3 seconds
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