Iowa Vs. Oklahoma, 2011 Insight Bowl: Blake Bell Shines In 31-14 Oklahoma Victory

The 2011 Insight Bowl in Tempe ended up being a bit of a lopsided affair, as was expected, although far from a blowout. The No. 14 Oklahoma Sooners, who were favored by 14 points, actually ended up winning by 17, walking away with the trophy after defeating the Iowa Hawkeyes 31-14.

The Oklahoma offense was led by Blake Bell, who made the most out of his 51 total yards in the game. Bell scored touchdowns on four-yard runs in both the first and second quarters and put the game out of reach in the fourth quarter with a third touchdown, this one on a 21-yard run. Bell only had 10 carries in the entire game. Without the 21-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter, he would have finished with just 30 yards, but would have still had the two touchdowns. Quite an impressive feat of efficiency.

For more on the Insight bowl, visit Iowa blog Black Heart Gold Pants and Oklahoma blog Crimson and Cream Machine. For the latest on the postseason, visit SB Nation's college football bowls section. You can locate the official Insight Bowl website by clicking right here.

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