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Blocked Kicks ▪ Oklahoma

This list is based on official publications, box scores, and game recaps, but there were some gaps and inconsistencies in those sources. Blocks from incomplete seasons are shaded in gray. Let me know if you find a discrepancy or know of any more prior to 1997 (there are no blocked extra points that were returned by OU for two points from 1988 - when the rule was added - and 1996).

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Field Goals

Since 1997 sorted by most recent game/play first

Play Player (Scorer) Season   Opponent Result
FG Perrion Winfrey 2020 N #22 Texas W 53-45 (4OT)
FG Devante Bond 2015 H Tulsa W 52-38
FG Chuka Ndulue 2014 N #18 Clemson L 40-6
FG Zack Sanchez 2014 H Louisiana Tech W 48-16
FG Darien Williams 2007 N #11 West Virginia L 48-28
FG Brodney Pool 2004 H Oregon W 31-7
FG Andre Woolfolk 2002 N #7 Washington State W 34-14
FG Andre Woolfolk 2002 H #13 Colorado W 27-11
FG Andre Woolfolk 2002 H Alabama W 37-27
FG Andre Woolfolk 2001 N #5 Texas W 14-3
FG William Bartee 1999 H #13 Texas A&M W 51-6
FG Ramon Richardson 1999 H Indiana State W 49-0
FG Ontei Jones (Rocky Bright TD) 1998 H Texas Tech W 20-17
FG Corey T. Ivy 1997 A Texas Tech W 32-21
FG Corey L. Ivy 1997 H Syracuse W 36-34
FG Bud Hebert (Barry Burget TD) 1977 H Vanderbilt W 25-23

Notes

  • 2008: I cannot find Lendy Holmes' block vs Cincinnati in a box score, game recap, or video highlights (although there was a failed fake punt). In subsequent game notes, there is a blocked punt for 'Oklahoma Team'. In the 2009 media guide it is shown in his defensive totals, but not in the opponent punting totals.
  • 2002: The 2003 media guide shows six team blocks. I have found seven which includes three for Andre Woolfolk who was only attributed with two in the media guide.
  • 1999: I cannot determine the order of the blocks vs Indiana State.
  • 1997: The 1998 media guide says Corey T. Ivy blocked an extra point in the Texas Tech game, but it looks like it was actually a 26-yard field goal attempt according to video highlights.