Originally Published: Jan 30, 2010 9:18 PM CDT
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Oklahoma Sports Staff Writer
LINCOLN, Nebraska -- The Oklahoma Sooners have not been good on the road all season, only managing to win one game away from the friendly confines of Lloyd Noble Center and tonight was no different. The Sooners fell to Nebraska 63-46.
It was a sloppy first half for both squads, Nebraska shooting 36 percent in the opening 20 minutes, while OU could only manage 30.4 percent.
Tommy Mason-Griffin led the Sooners in scoring in the first half, scoring five points, while Tiny Gallon scored four and grabbed as many rebounds.
Despite the poor early shooting, Nebraska was able to string together two big runs, one late in the first half and one to start the second half, that combined as a 15-2 run to put the game out of reach early.
OU finished the game with a 15-of-43 shooting performance, and only 8-of-22 from behind the arc, while turning the ball over 15 times.
Cade Davis led Oklahoma in scoring, dropping 13, including nine from 3-point range.
The Sooners try to snap their losing streak Feb. 2 at home against Texas.
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