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Coming off first loss, Oklahoma hosts Coppin State

Jan 3, 2009 - 1:19 PM Coppin State (2-10) at No. 4 Oklahoma (12-1) 1:30 p.m. EST

NORMAN, Oklahoma (Ticker) -- After being handed its first loss of the season, Oklahoma returns home to face Coppin State on Saturday.

Willie Warren had 35 points and Blake Griffin recorded his 10th double double of the season with 21 points and 13 rebounds, but Arkansas topped Oklahoma, 96-88, on Tuesday.

The fourth-ranked Sooners allowed a season-high in points as the Razorbacks shot 52 percent (30-of-58) from the field. Even more surprising, Arkansas held a 42-29 advantage on the glass.

Following Saturday's tilt, Oklahoma hosts Maryland-Eastern Shore before opening Big 12 play at Kansas State on January 10.

The Eagles got their first win since a season-opening victory on December 30, a 59-53 triumph over George Washington at the Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic. Coppin State had lost 10 straight games.

Tywain McKee led the way with 16 points while Sam Coleman added 14 off the bench. The pair are the only two players in averaging double figures, scoring 19.3 and 10.3 per contest respectively.