OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ Billy Pricer, a fullback on Oklahoma's national championship teams in 1955 and 1956, has died. He was 65.

Pricer died Friday at his home in Oklahoma City after an extended illness.

He never lost a game as a Sooner. Oklahoma was 31-0 during Pricer's three varsity seasons. His era was part of the Oklahoma's NCAA-record 47-game winning streak.

Pricer shared the running assignments with halfbacks Tommy McDonald and Clendon Thomas.

He played five seasons in the pros. He was a backup on two of the Baltimore Colts' NFL title teams led by Johnny Unitas, Lenny Moore and Alan Ameche. He played one season with the Dallas Texans of the AFL.

Services will be Monday morning at Chapel Hill United Methodist Church.