NORMAN — Scott Drew was form to Lon Kruger and the Sooners soon after his Baylor squad blew out Oklahoma 77-47 Monday evening at Lloyd Noble Centre.
“OU skipped some open up pictures,” Drew stated. “At the close of the working day, as a coach, you set them in posture. If they make a shot it’s excellent offense. They overlook it, it’s poor offense. I just assumed it wasn’t their working day.”
Oklahoma shot 28 percent from the subject, but skipped pictures are but 1 worry for the Sooners. Lackluster protection is yet another.
But the blend of the two, and a 3-5 mark in conference perform, has the Sooners floating dangerously on the NCAA Tournament bubble soon after an 11-1 begin.
With fewer than fifty days right until Choice Sunday, this is wherever OU stands for a probable March Insanity bid:
What are the gurus expressing?
ESPN’s Joe Lunardi has the Sooners slotted as a No. 8 seed in his most current projection launched Tuesday morning. He has OU matched up with No. 9 seed Ohio Condition in the South Regional.
CBS Sports’ Jerry Palm projected the Sooners as the No. 6 seed in the West Regional, but that was hours in advance of Baylor bashed OU by 30 points.