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Aggies struggle shooting, fall 64-52 to Oklahoma

HOUSTON (RNN) - Oklahoma pulled away late, led by 20 points from Jordan Woodard, to take down Texas A&M 64-52 Saturday.

Strong free throw shooting helped the Sooners (11-1) as they went 16-of-20 from the line. They also outrebounded the Aggies (8-3) 50-39.

Tyler Neal had eight points and 10 rebounds for the Sooners, and Ryan Spangler had 13 rebounds.

Jordan Green led the Aggies with 10 points, and Kourtney Roberson had seven points and 13 rebounds.

Texas A&M struggled all night shooting, most notably from behind the 3-point line, where they went 2-for-23. Overall, they shot about 27 percent from the field and didn't help themselves much from the line, going 14-for-24.

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