The Oklahoma Sooners basketball team has been one of the nation's highest scoring teams through their 10-1 start to the 2013-14 college basketball season. However, in their win over the Texas A&M Aggies on Dec. 21, they scraped by with a slimmer win, taking the Aggies down 64-52.
Jordan Woodard led the way with 20 points, but interestingly no other Sooners' players reached double digits scoring in the game, but it was still a win in a very impressive season so far for the Sooners.
The win was still by double digits and the Sooners still continue to roll through their non-conference portion of the schedule, now sitting at a nice 11-1. They head now into the Christmas week break with a seven-game winning streak and their only loss of the season to the Michigan State Spartans, who were ranked No. 1 in the nation at the time they played.
Oklahoma lost that game by only nine points and still fight for respect, as they remain un-ranked in either poll, only picking up four points in the AP poll and one point in the coaches poll. This might be because they have been down for so many years, and that their only ranked opponent this season was the Spartans, now ranked fifth in both polls.
Oklahoma will be able to prove themselves in the first half of January when they face the 18th ranked Kansas Jayhawks, 17th ranked Iowa State Cyclones, and 12th ranked Baylor Bears. They then finish off January with a game against the seventh ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys.