Texas lefthander Dillon Peters (2-2) struck out five in 7 2/3 innings and Corey Knebel closed with two strikeouts for his 35th career save as the Longhorns held the Sooners to a season-low two hits. Neither allowed a walk.
"With the wind blowing out, knowing that we have some power, they were going to stay away (from pitching over the plate)," OU head coach Sunny Golloway said. "(Kolbey) Carpenter was able to turn on a ball that almost got out. Again, that was just their philosophy, to stay away, and they weren't going to get hit very many times."
Oklahoma starter Dillon Overton (6-2) struck out six and gave up just one run from five hits.
"It was one of the best outings I've had all season," Overton said. "I felt good. Baseball is a tough sport and sometimes that happens. They just got one timely hit and that's what put them over the top. Their pitcher did a great job also and I tip my cap to him."
Texas (17-12, 3-5 Big 12) plated the lone run in the fifth frame when Ben Johnson singled to center to score Mark Gottsacker, who also scored Texas' only run in OU's 2-1 win Friday. With runners on the corners, Oklahoma (26-6, 6-2) stole the Longhorns' opportunity for extra runs as Overton picked off Johnson stealing second and forced Weston Hall into a fly out.
Oklahoma had won nine of its 10 previous one-run decisions, but struggled to find baserunners against Texas. Sooner batters were retired in order seven times. (More at SoonerSports.com)