2013, 16-7 WVU loss
Oklahoma was ranked No. 16 in the country, but unranked West Virginia gave the Sooners all it had in this one. The loss wasn’t exactly lopsided, but OU had control of it even though the WVU football team scored first.
West Virginia got on the board in the first quarter with a 75-yard rushing score by Dreamius Smith. Oklahoma scored the next four times. Three were field goals and the lone OU touchdown was a one-yard pass from Trevor Knight to Trey Millard.
For the Mountaineers, Paul Millard was 21 of 41 through the air for 218 yards. Smith finished with 77 yards and Kevin White caught seven passes for 80 yards.