Oklahoma sets Division I record with 39-point scoring run

Tuesday December 23rd, 2014

Oklahoma set a Division I record by scoring 39 consecutive points in Monday night's game against Weber State at the Lloyd Noble Center in Norman, Okla.

The run began when Sooners guard Jordan Woodard converted a jump shot at the 12:44 mark in the first half to give the Sooners an eight-point lead and concluded when Wildcats forward Kyndahl Hill knocked down a three-pointer with 1:57 before halftime to make it 49-7.

The run included 11 points from Woodard, eight from guard Dinjiyl Walker and seven from guard Buddy Hield.

Oklahoma held a 51-12 lead at halftime and went on to win 85-51. Woodard and forward Ryan Spangler paced the Sooners with 15 points and forward Tashawn Thomas added 13 points.

The previous record for a scoring run (37) against a Division I opponent was set by Utah State against Idaho in 2006.

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