Landry Jones threw for 256 yards, Blake
Bell punched in two short touchdown runs and No. 12 Oklahoma set up
a Bedlam showdown for the Big 12 championship by beating Iowa State
26-6 on Saturday.
Trey Franks finished with 88 yards rushing on two long reverses
to set up scores for the Sooners (9-2, 6-2 Big 12), and Michael
Hunnicutt matched his career high with four field goals.
Rebounding after allowing a school-record 616 yards allowed last
week in a 45-38 loss at Baylor, Oklahoma held Iowa State (6-5, 3-5)
to a season-low 245 yards and only let the Cyclones score after
James Winchester's snap sailed over the head of punter Tress Way in
the first quarter.
Oklahoma will visit No. 4 Oklahoma State next week with the
winner earning the Big 12 title.
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