NORMAN, OK - SEPTEMBER 24: Running back Roy Finch #22 of the Oklahoma Sooners rushes up field during the first half against the Missouri Tigers on September 24, 2011 at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma. Oklahoma leads Missouri 24-14 at the half. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)

Oklahoma Vs. Missouri Final Score: Sooners Overcome Early Doubt, 38-28

No. 1 Oklahoma trailed recent nemesis Missouri throughout the first half, but pulled away for a solid victory.

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Oklahoma Vs. Missouri Score: Landry Jones, Ryan Broyles Power Sooners To 38-28 Win

It was the Landry Jones and Ryan Broyles show again as the top-ranked Oklahoma Sooners remained unbeaten with a 38-28 win over the Missouri Tigers on Saturday night. All three of Jones' touchdown passes found the hands of Broyles, the last of which put it out of reach as the Tigers threatened.

Missouri jumped out to an early lead, outscoring the Sooners by a 14-10 margin in the first quarter while giving the No. 1 team in the land a momentary scare. But Oklahoma rattled off 21 unanswered points, turning a close game into a comfortable 31-14 lead heading into the final frame.

The Tigers cut the deficit to 10 on a Henry Josey touchdown midway through the fourth quarter, but that was as close as they'd get. Three minutes later, Jones hooked up with Broyles from four yards out, capping a seven play, 62-yard drive with a touchdown. James Franklin scored from one yard out with 30 seconds to go, but the Tigers ran out of time, falling to Oklahoma by a 38-28 margin.

Jones finished the day with 448 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions. Broyles caught 13 passes for 154 yards and three touchdowns. Jones also added a rushing touchdown, scoring from one yard out in the second quarter. Dominique Whaley led the way on the ground, carrying the ball 16 times for 68 yards and a score.

For more on this game, visit our Missouri blog Rock M Nation and our Oklahoma blog Crimson and Cream Machine.

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Missouri Vs. Oklahoma Update: Landry Jones Leads Sooners To 21 Unanswered Points, 24-14 Halftime Advantage

Landry Jones has his Oklahoma Sooners in control of their game with the Missouri Tigers. He's led the Sooners to 21 unanswered points and a 24-14 halftime lead. Jones found Ryan Broyles in the end zone twice and then took the other one in himself on a one-yard run.

This game started out looking like a quarterback battle between Jones and James Franklin, but Jones has clearly taken hold of this contest. Jones is 20-of-29 for 271 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. James Franklin took part in Mizzou's two scoring plays, rushing one yard for the first touchdown and throwing a 45-yard pass to L'Damian Washington. Franklin has also added 70 yards on the ground.

Ryan Broyles has looked good out there, catching eight passes for 97 yards and two touchdowns. His first touchdown was a juggling catch that turned the momentum in favor of the Sooners. His second was a nice grab, but Jaz Reynolds' 39-yard over-the-shoulder catch saved that drive.

For more on this game, visit our Missouri blog Rock M Nation and our Oklahoma blog Crimson and Cream Machine.

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Missouri Vs. Oklahoma Score Update: Landry Jones, Ryan Broyles Connect In End Zone For 17-14 Sooners Lead

The No. 1 Oklahoma Sooners have shifted momentum in their favor and taken a 17-14 lead midway through the second quarter. Starting at his own 20-yard line, Sooners quarterback Landry Jones saved this drive on a 3rd-and-7 opportunity by finding Jaz Reynolds for a 39-yard gain. With Ryan Broyles lined up in the slot to Landry's right, Reynolds was line up to the far right and gained a bit of separation from the cornerback. He came up with the over-the-shoulder grab to keep the drive going.

Jones followed that play with two more passes off 13 and 12 yards, bringing the team to Missouri's 13-yard line. Two more plays brought the ball to the two, but Dominique Whaley was unable to punch the ball in from that distance. Jones, though, found Ryan Broyles in the end zone for their second touchdown connection of the game after that.

For more on this game, visit our Missouri blog Rock M Nation and our Oklahoma blog Crimson and Cream Machine.

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Missouri Vs. Oklahoma Score: Tigers Lead No. 1 Sooners, 14-10

Is there an upset brewing in Norman, OK? The Missouri Tigers hold a 14-10 lead over the No. 1 Oklahoma Sooners, though the latter is the team that just narrowed the deficit to just four points.

With six minutes left in the first quarter, Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones took the Sooners from the 20-yard line with four completions and an 11-yard run from Dominique Whaley. Jones capped the drive with a 24-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Broyles. After a review to determine if he had control of the ball as he went to the ground, the play was upheld.

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Missouri quarterback James Franklin is also having a nice game. He scored the first Mizzou touchdown on a one-yard run. Then he electrified the field with a 45-yard pass to L'Damian Washington, putting the team up by 11 points at the time.

Recall that in 2010, the Tigers defeated the Sooners, 36-27. The Sooners were No. 1 at the time and picked up their first loss.

For more on this game, visit our Missouri blog Rock M Nation and our Oklahoma blog Crimson and Cream Machine.

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Oklahoma Vs. Missouri Game Time, TV Schedule, Spread And More

Oklahoma gets a slightly easier game this week, hosting Missouri in Norman

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