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  Oklahoma Team Notes

• With the victory, Oklahoma extends its home winning streak to 34 games, a program record. The active streak is the best in the nation. The Sooners have won 54 of their last 55 on Owen Field. The Sooners under head coach Bob Stoops are 70-2 at home.
 
• The win over Iowa State marks the 13th shutout of the Bob Stoops era and sixth against a Big 12 team.
 
• Oklahoma's 383 first half yards is the most in a half since Nov. 8, 2008, vs. Texas Tech, when OU had 402 first half yards.
 
• The Sooners suffered their first lost fumble of the year on a Mossis Madu rush in the third quarter.
 
• Oklahoma's 672 total yards of offense is the most ever by the Sooners against Iowa State, second most ever under Bob Stoops (674 against Kansas in 2008) and is the 37th game in Oklahoma history that the Sooners have gained 600 yards of total offense.
 
• OU scored 50-plus points for the first time this season and the 33rd time in the Stoops era.
 
• The Sooners rushed for 325 yards, making it the 11th time that a Stoops team has rushed for 300 or more yards.
 
• The Sooners 37 first downs is the most since the 2008 Big 12 Conference Championship game against Missouri where the Sooners had a school record 39 first downs.
 
  Oklahoma Individual Notes

Frank Alexander
• Alexander finished the day with three tackles for loss for 18 yards and one sack. His three tackles for loss is a career best.
 
Jeremy Beal

• Beal took his 35th career start, tying him for 10th all-time among defensive lineman along with Tommie Harris (2001-03) and Troy Johnson (1984-37).
 
Ryan Broyles

• Broyles finished the game with a career high 182 yards on 15 receptions. His 15 receptions is an Oklahoma single-game record, passing his previous high of 13 set against Stanford in the 2009 Sun Bowl. Broyles 182 receiving yards is a career high and fifth most all-time. His previous high was 156 yards against Stanford in 2009.
 
• Broyles had seven first-quarter receptions (76 yards), matching Eddie Hinton for most receptions in a quarter. Hinton had seven receptions for 108 yards in the first quarter against Oklahoma State in 1968.
 
• Broyles holds the Oklahoma record with 13 receptions in a half, passing Juaquin Iglesias who had 10 receptions against Kansas in 2005.
 
• Broyles 165 first-half yards was the fourth most in a half by a receiver.
 
• Broyles has had 100 yards receiving in five of his last six games this year and eight of his last nine dating back to Oklahoma's game against Texas Tech on Nov. 21, 2009. This marks Broyles 12th career game with 100 yards receiving. Broyles trails Mark Clayton (15) by three games in 100 yard receiving efforts.
 
• Broyles is tied for third all-time at OU with Malcolm Kelly with five 100-yard games in a season. Broyles had six in 2009 and Mark Clayton owns the record with eight in 2003.
 
Brennan Clay and Roy Finch
• The freshman duo combined for 141 yards rushing. Finch finished is career debut with 92 yards on 16 carries. Clay finished the day with 49 yards on nine carries.
 
James Hanna
• Hanna caught his third career touchdown -- all this season -- on the opening drive of the first quarter, marking his second-straight game with a touchdown reception.
 
Landry Jones
• Jones had 13 consecutive pass completions in the first quarter tying the career best he set against Cincinnati on Sept. 25, 2010.
 
• With 334 passing yards, Jones crossed the benchmark for the third time in 2010 and sixth time in his career.
 
• Jones' completion percentage (for a minimum of 25 pass attempts) against the Cyclones was an Oklahoma best 88.2 percent. The previous best was 82.9 percent by Jason White (29-35) against Nebraska in 2004. Sam Bradford holds the record with a minimum of 20 pass attempts after completing 21 of 23 against North Texas in 2007, or 91.3 percent.
 
• Jones' 30 pass completions is an Oklahoma best against Iowa State. The previous best was by Jason White in 2003 when he went 26-34. Jones has completed 30 or more passes four times in the last seven outings. His career high came against Cincinnati this year when he had 36 pass completions.
 
Travis Lewis
• Lewis had 14 tackles on the day, marking his second-straight double-digit tackle game, third total of the season and 14th of his career. He is tied for ninth place all-time in double-digit tackle games with Rick Bryant (1980-83).
 
DeMarco Murray
• Murray (2007-present) scored his 58th career all-purpose touchdown, breaking Steve Owens previous record of 57 (1967-69). Former Heisman trophy winner Owens played in 32 games as a Sooner and had 987 touches (958 rushes, 19 pass receptions and 10 kickoff returns) in route to his 57 touchdowns. Murray has played in 41 games and has 783 touches (627 rushes, 108 pass receptions and 48 kickoff returns).
 
• Murray finished the day with 112 rushing yards and two touchdowns plus another 28 yards receiving and one touchdown. The game was the eighth time Murray has had three or more touchdowns in a game.
 
• Against the Cyclones, Murray had his second consecutive 100-plus-yard rushing game, which was also his fourth of the season and 13th of his career. Murray is tied for seventh all-time at OU with Greg Pruitt for 100-plus-yard rushing games.
 
Trent Ratterree
• Ratterree had a career long 40-yard reception in the third quarter. His previous career high was a 38-yarder against Stanford in the Sun Bowl.
 
  Iowa State Team Notes

• Iowa State was shut out for the first time in 83 games (Nov. 8, 2003 - Kansas State 45-0).
 
David Sims
• Career-high 17 tackles.
• Forced the fourth fumble of his career.
 
Leonard Johnson
• Career-high 11 tackles.
 
Jacob Lattimer
• Recovered the first fumble of his career.
 
Collin Franklin
• Six receptions matches a career high (vs. Kansas State, vs. Texas Tech).
 
Jake Williams
• 51 receiving yards tonight is a season best.
 
Kirby Van Der Kamp
• Averaged 52.1 yards on seven punts tonight.
• Had three punts of 60+ yards tonight, with a pair of career-long 61-yarders.
• Now has 12 punts of 50+ yards this season.
 
A.J. Klein
• Tallied his sixth game of the season with 10+ tackles (13 tonight).
 
Jake Knott
• Recorded 13 tackles tonight, tying a career best.
• This is his fourth consecutive game with 10+ stops.
 
Ter'ran Benton
• Made a career-best 12 stops.