Oklahoma (8-16, 2-10 Big 12) lost their seventh game in a row Saturday as the Sooners fell to Iowa State, 80-64, in Ames.
OU’s Jordan Woodard suffered a torn ACL during Saturday’s game, ending his career with the Sooners.
“We are so grateful for Jordan and what he has brought to our program the past four seasons,” OU coach Lon Kruger said in a statement. “The work ethic, determination and dedication he has displayed throughout his career have been key factors to our success and growth as a team. It is unfortunate to lose him for the conclusion of the season and his collegiate career. We will continue to support Jordan and use our resources to aid him in the recovery process.”
Last week, Iowa State had an overtime win over No. 3 Kansas followed by a frustrating two-point loss at Texas.
The Sooners outrebounded the Cyclones, 47-32, to tie their largest rebounding margin of the season. In two games against Iowa State this season, Oklahoma has totaled 97 boards. Saturday’s 47 rebounds were the second-most by OU this season, with the season high (50) also coming against the Cyclones on Jan. 21.
Freshman guard Kameron McGusty extended his streak of double-digit scoring to 12 games by scoring 12 points on 6-of- 10 shooting. McGusty’s streak is the longest by any Big 12 freshman this season. Kansas guard Josh Jackson previously scored in double figures for 11 consecutive games.
Oklahoma hosted Texas on February 14.