The same judge, the George H.W. Bush-appointed Paul Kelly, dissented from both decisions. Judge Kelly is so far the only jurist in state or federal court since United States v. Windsor to reject a claim for same-sex marriage.
There is also a lengthy concurring opinion by Judge Jerome Holmes, nominated by George W. Bush in 2006, explaining why he did not think the Oklahoma ban reflected impermissible animus, although it did violate the plaintiffs’ fundamental right to marry. For a general discussion of animus analysis in the wake of Windsor, see my article on the issue in the Supreme Court Review posted here.