LINCOLN, Neb. -- Brandon Richardson scored 12 of his 16 points in the second half and Nebraska pulled away from cold-shooting Oklahoma for a 63-46 victory and its first Big 12 win Saturday night.
Cade Davis scored 13 points to lead the Sooners (12-9, 3-4). Tommy Mason-Griffin, who scored 38 points against Iowa State on Wednesday and was averaging 28.3 in his previous three games, was held to nine.
Oklahoma, winless in four conference road games, shot just 35 percent and scored its fewest points since a 62-45 loss to Texas on Feb. 23, 2008.
Tipoff was pushed back to evening because of a snow and ice storm in Oklahoma that delayed the Sooners' charter flight to Lincoln.
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