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No. 22 Oklahoma 64, Kansas State 63

January 21, 2001

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) _ Hollis Price stole Quentin Buchanan’s pass with 10 seconds left in overtime and drove for a layup to give No. 22 Oklahoma a 64-63 win over Kansas State on Saturday night.

Price, who had 13 points, scored the last six points in overtime to break Oklahoma’s two-game Big 12 losing streak. J.R. Raymond led the Sooners (12-4, 1-3 Big 12) with 25 points.

Oklahoma’s Aaron McGhee intentionally fouled Matt Siebrandt with 13 seconds left in overtime, and Siebrandt missed both free throws. Then, after Price’s go-ahead basket for the Sooners, Travis Reynolds missed a shot that would have won the game for Kansas State (9-8, 2-3).

Kansas State went only 6-of-14 on free throws in the extra period. The Wildcats were coming off an 80-59 upset of No. 20 Missouri on Tuesday.

The Sooners trailed by as many as 13 points, and were down by nine at halftime. But they cut that down to one point when Raymond hit a 3-pointer and then added a three-point play with 5:15 to go.

Reynolds scored 12 of Kansas State’s 14 points in the last nine minutes of regulation. He finished with 16 points, as did Larry Reid.

The Wildcats held Oklahoma to 7-of-26 shooting and only 23 points in the first half. The Sooners made just two field goals in the first 10 minutes.

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