Oklahoma got a 47-yard completion from Sam Bradford to Malcolm Kelly and then converted on a third-and-goal with Chris Brown's three-yard TD run. That gives the Sooners a 7-3 lead three seconds into the second quarter.
Missouri's offense appears capable of moving the ball and the Tigers' run defense has been solid thus far. Mizzou's biggest challenge will be keeping Bradford from connecting with his talented receivers on big plays.
Oklahoma also has committed some brain-dead penalties -- two personal fouls and some illegal procedures on offense.
-- Wendell Barnhouse