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NORMAN, Okla. Adidas Superstar Baratas España . -- Blake Bell knew he would likely have to match Texas Techs high-powered offence with big plays of his own if Oklahoma was to knock the Red Raiders from the ranks of the unbeaten. The Sooners quarterback did just that in a 38-30 victory Saturday, providing one of several spectacular moments for No. 17 Oklahoma as it reasserted its position as one of the Big 12 Conferences best. Bell accounted for 293 yards of total offence for the Sooners (7-1, 4-1), throwing for 249 yards and two touchdowns in handing the 10th-ranked Red Raiders (7-1, 4-1) their first loss of the season. None of Bells plays were bigger than his 76-yard touchdown pass to Jalen Saunders in the first half, a play that put Oklahoma up 14-7 and gave it a much-needed boost of momentum after offensive struggles in recent weeks. "You need to get some chunks," Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said. "It (was a) spark to get some big plays, and to get a chunk like that is a huge play in the game. It was a great throw by Blake and a great job by Jalen running it down and making the play." Saunders finished with six catches for 153 yards and Damien Williams rushed for 97 yards and two touchdown for the Sooners, who forced three turnovers. The Red Raiders entered the game riding a wave of momentum under first-year coach Kliff Kingsbury, and they were eager to prove they were worthy of their lofty ranking -- despite just one win over a ranked team this season entering the game. The three turnovers, however, came back to haunt Texas Tech. "You cannot come into this stadium against this team with those coaches and those athletes and do that," Kingsbury said. "... We knew coming in that we couldnt have the turnovers, but we didnt take care of business." Davis Webb finished 33-of-52 passing for 385 yards for the Red Raiders, who were led by Jace Amaros 119 yards receiving on eight catches. Eric Ward added nine catches for 106 yards. Texas Tech led 7-0 after the first quarter and the offensive shootout was on between two of the Big 12s best -- the defending conference champion Sooners and upstart Red Raiders. The teams combined for 986 yards of total offence, with Oklahoma outgaining Texas Tech 526-460. After watching the Red Raiders rally from 21-7 down to take a 24-21 lead, Lacoltan Bester provided the Sooners with a highlight-worthy rushing touchdown to match Bells earlier pass to Saunders. Bester initially thought about passing to Bell after taking the handoff on the end-around, but he eventually reversed course and cut back through seemingly the entire Texas Tech defence. The result was a 35-yard touchdown run that put Oklahoma up 28-24. Webb followed by throwing his second interception of the game -- a tipped pass off the hands of Ward that Oklahomas Gabe Lynn pulled in for the turnover. Williams followed seven plays and 58 yards later with a 3-yard touchdown run to put the Sooners up 35-24, a lead that held up behind an Oklahoma offence that finished with 277 yards rushing on 50 carries. "I felt like we had a lot of momentum when it was 24-21," Amaro said. "We just needed one more stop. We had a good chance of putting it away if we wouldve had one more score. "... You cant be having turnovers on the offensive side and penalties; that really killed us." Bell, who finished with 44 yards rushing on nine carries, and the rest of the Oklahoma offence struggled in the first quarter, gaining just 58 yards on four possessions. It was a similar script to a loss to Texas two weeks ago, as well as last week when the Sooners fell behind 13-0 to Kansas early before rallying. This time, however, it was Oklahomas offence that stole the show against a Texas Tech team that entered the game known for just that. "I think it has to do with team chemistry in our offence," Bell said. "As you can tell, when we are running the ball and running the ball, all of sudden we take a shot, that is when our offence is moving." The Red Raiders did their best to show they belonged among the Big 12s best and in the national spotlight. Once again behind Webb, who has played since Baker Mayfield was injured against Kansas on Oct. 5, Texas Tech took a 7-0 lead -- thanks to a 3-yard touchdown pass from running back Kenny Williams to Ward. Oklahoma answered with two first-half touchdowns -- including the 76-yard strike from Bell to Saunders -- to take a 14-7 lead. The Sooners extended that lead to 21-7 to open the second half after Williams scored on a 3-yard touchdown run. 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"Shes one of those kids who, if shes somewhere for three hours, the last hour she comes into her own. The first two hours shes not being herself. She definitely needs some pushing and motivation to open up. Hopefully she comes around because I was like that too. If shes as shy as I was growing up, it will be tough for her. "But shes a lot better looking than I am, so that should help her," he added with a laugh. Modern technology, Nestor said, has made travelling easier. Its helped the father of two daughters -- Tiana will turn five in December, Bianca is six months old -- remain on the ATP tour, where hes claimed 81 mens doubles titles, including eight Grand Slams, in a pro career that has spanned more than two decades. The Toronto native is the oldest regular player on the tour, having turned 41 last week during his 21st consecutive U.S. Open appearance. (No, he didnt celebrate. "There is nothing about turning 41 worth celebrating," he joked.) Nestor, however, doesnt plan on walking away from the game just yet. And why would he when there are still so many reasons to play, including Canadas unprecedented recent performances on the international stage. "People ask me how long Im going to play. When you have a talented (Canadian) team and potential to play in these types of matches in years to come, thats what keeps me going still," he said ahead of Fridays opening matches on the clay of Belgrade Arena. "If were able to win this, it will definitely be a top moment (in my career)," added Nestor, who won an Olympic gold medal in 2000. "Even being in this situation is a top moment." Canada has never made it this far in the event that begins each year with 130 countries and sees only 16 teams qualify for the World Cup. This weekends winner moves onto the final in November against the winner of the other semifinal between Argentina and Czech Republic. Milos Raonic of Thornhill, Ont., will lead the Canadians versus world No. 1 Novak Djokovic and Serbia in the semi that is expected to draw 15,000 fans each day. Nestor, who was born in Belgrade, will team up again with 23-year-old Vasek Pospisil. The two recorded a dramatic 6-3, 6-4, 3-6, 3-6, 15-13 win in Canadas Davis Cup quarter-final victory over Italy last spring, a marathon thriller that lasted an exhausting four-and-a-half hours and set the stage for Raonics singles win that ensured Canadas advancement. Despite the near two-decades age difference -- or perhaps partly because of it -- the two complement each other well. Pospisil is the more energetic and emotional of the two, who reached the third round of last weeks U.S. Open in their first Grand Slam together, while Nestor is the calming influence. "Vasek right now is really confident,, hes playing great tennis in singles and hes always had great doubles instincts," Nestor said. Adidas Superstar Doradas Baratas. "Hes serving great. Big first serve and second serve, hes a big hitter from the baseline, and very capable at the net too. Its always nice playing with a young guy thats explosive and eager." By comparison, Nestor described himself as a "perfectionist," and "someone whos able to do all things fairly well, but I wont say Im the best at anything." Pospisil, a Vernon, B.C., native who now calls Vancouver home, considers himself lucky to play alongside the veteran who secured the world No. 1 mens double ranking for more than 100 weeks. "(Nestor) is a legend and someone I looked up to for many years growing up," Pospisil said. "So obviously playing with him the first few time was nerve wracking. I feel much more comfortable now a year or two later and Im really able to appreciate it. "Having experience like that on the court beside me is extremely valuable not just to our partnership but also to me as a young player on the Tour." Nestor hopes to play through 2014, and turn around what hasnt been the greatest 2013. Hes changed partners a handful of times this season, most recently parting ways with Swede Robert Lindstedt, saying "We were getting on each others nerves a little bit too much. . . We just decided it was time to move on." His world doubles ranking has plummeted -- hes currently No. 13. So before the curtain comes down on his career, hed love to claim a couple more Grand Slam titles and see his ranking climb back to the top. He said his body, remarkably, feels a lot better than it did back in the early days during his injury-plagued singles career. He travels with his own physiotherapist now. He draws inspiration from older athletes such as Niklas Lidstrom, the former Detroit Red Wings defenceman and seven-time Norris Trophy winner who retired at the age of 42. "There are a lot of athletes who have endured," Nestor said. "I think a lot of it is that people retire because theyre fed up or sick of it. Yes, it is very tough not being with my family all the time. But from what Ive heard from people whove retired, they all say This is the best it is. So Ill make the most of it and then move on." As his career winds down, he said he appreciates being in the moment more. He and wife Natasha make a point of sightseeing when she travels with him. He hopes to bring his family to the Australian Open in January -- Tiana made the trip to Melbourne once before, but it was when she was too young to remember. "Definitely the life and the camaraderie with the other players is something I appreciate a lot more now. I was very shy when I was younger, and didnt always enjoy the lifestyle," Nestor said. "For sure I do appreciate it more. I know the days are numbered, so I really try and soak it up as much as I can until the day is done." Serbia, meanwhile, earned its spot in the Davis Cups final four with a win over the United States, a performance that saw Nestors former partner Nenad Zimonjic and Ilija Bozoljac upset the legendary Bryan brothers -- Mike and Bob -- in mens doubles. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '