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No. 18 Sooners bounce back to beat KU

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Kansas running back James Sims (29) breaks past Oklahoma defenders for a touchdown during the first half of an NCAA football game in Lawrence on Saturday afternoon. Sims scored on an 11-yard run.

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LAWRENCE — Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops knew that Sterling Shepard could throw the ball. He had no idea that another wide receiver, Lacoltan Bester, may have an even better arm.
The former high school quarterback hit Shepard in stride on a razzle-dazzle, end-around pass late in the first half Saturday, giving No. 18 Oklahoma a lead it would never relinquish in a 34-19 bounce-back win over Big 12 bottom-dweller Kansas.
“Lacoltan just threw a great ball,” Stoops said of the 49-yard touchdown toss. “I told him giving him the game ball that he needed to give the quarterback some lessons.”
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