OU report card: Grade indicative of Sooners' razor-thin victory margin news
By Jenni CarlsonA much-closer-than-expected call for Oklahoma as a three-score favorite before the game became a one-point winner when all was said and done in Bedlam.Read more on NewsOK.com

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