Crocker has double-double in Oklahoma’s 67-47 win
NORMAN, Okla. (AP)—Tony Crocker scored 16 points and added a career-high 16 rebounds as Oklahoma rallied from an early deficit to beat Arkansas 67-47 on Wednesday night.
With Oklahoma football legends—and native Arkansans—Barry Switzer and Keith Jackson watching from courtside, Cade Davis added 11 points in a career-high 38 minutes for Oklahoma (4-3).
Marshawn Powell led the Razorbacks with 12 points and eight rebounds. Arkansas (2-5) has lost 20 of its last 24 games dating to last season, including its last four.
Perhaps more important than his points, Davis effectively shut down Arkansas’ leading scorer, Rotnei Clarke. Clarke, a former Oklahoma high school star, entered with a 28.2-point average, but finished with 11 on 5-of-13 shooting.