West Virginia Oklahoma Football

Oklahoma linebacker Danny Stutsman (28) celebrates as West Virginia wide receiver Devin Carter (5) looks on during the first half.

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (WV News) — Oklahoma showed West Virginia it isn’t in the same league as the Sooners while dominating them in every facet of the game except manners during a 59-20 pummeling that put an end to the longshot dreams of reaching the Big 12 title game the Mountaineers were holding.

In the last scheduled game between the two schools, the Sooners leaving for the SEC next season, quarterback Dillon Gabriel put on one of the most productive games anyone ever has had against WVU. The left-handed quarterback threw five touchdown passes and ran for three.

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