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  09/26/21 - K *Gabe BrkicrJr/2022, Oklahoma

  Another day, another ugly win for Oklahoma. Gabe Brkic's 30-yard field goal as time expired gave the fourth-ranked Sooners a 16-13 win over West Virginia on Saturday night. Oklahoma started its final possession at its 8-yard line with 3:39 remaining. Quarterback Spencer Rattler, who was booed by the home fans on several occasions, completed all six of his passes for 54 yards on the final drive to get the Sooners into scoring range. The final possession was 14 plays and 80 yards.

Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley was disappointed that the crowd turned on Rattler and gave him credit for his late-game effort. "I'll tell you what, it takes a lot of balls to do what we did there at the end," he said. "So people better see that too." Rattler passed for 256 yards and a touchdown. Mike Woods caught eight passes for 86 yards for the Sooners (4-0, 1-0 Big 12), who won their third game by seven or fewer points this season. "We're happy to be at 4-0," Rattler said. "We're not happy, we're not satisfied with the way we're winning. But a win is a win." West Virginia (2-2, 0-1), coming off a 27-21 win over then-No. 15 Virginia Tech, was held to 226 total yards. "That was a tough, physical football game, and I thought we went toe-to-toe with Oklahoma here in their back yard," West Virginia coach Neal Brown said. "If you look at it, we had chances. I think absolutely, we had some chances. The game played out in a good way for us, and we just ran out of time." - Oklahoma/AP College Football


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News Source: Oklahoma/AP College Football



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