|Oklahoma Team Notes|
Oklahoma leads the series, 71-14-4, including a 35-10 advantage in games played in Manhattan. The Sooners own a five-game winning streak in the series, which includes three games in Manhattan.
OU has 23 sacks in last four games and today's seven marked the sixth straight road or neutral game that OU had at least three sacks in a game. The Sooners finished with 10 tackles for loss, the third time this season to have double-digit tackles for loss. In addition, OU did not allow a sack for the third straight game.
Today's 58-point performance marked the 35th time (third this season) that the Sooners have scored 50 or more points under head coach Bob Stoops. It also marked the third highest score recorded by OU in Manhattan (59 in 1987 and 75 in 1971). It marks the most points scored on the road by the Sooners since the 61-41 victory at Oklahoma State in 2008.
OU racked up a season-high 690 yards of total offense, the fourth time this season to eclipse 600. It is the most yards under Coach Stoops and eighth-highest total all-time at Oklahoma. It's also the most since gaining 829 yards, also against Kansas State, in 1988.
Ryan Broyles (171 yards) and Kenny Stills (101 yards) gave OU its second game this season with two receivers over 100 yards (Broyles and Jaz Reynolds vs. Ball State). OU has duplicated the feat 11 times in school history, nine under head coach Bob Stoops.
Jones finished with 505 yards passing, a school record and record by an opposing player at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. It surpassed the record held by Jones (468 versus Oklahoma State in 2010) and Sam Bradford (468 versus Kansas in 2008). It marked the fourth time this season and eighth in his career that he surpassed 400 yards passing, both marks are OU records.
With five passing touchdowns today, Landry Jones has 90 in his career and broke Sam Bradford's (2007-09) school record of 88. Jones already owned the school marks for passing yards and completions in a career.
It marked Jones' sixth straight game with three or more passing touchdowns. He has 24 in that six-game span. It was the sixth game of his career with five or more TDs and third this season.
Ryan Broyles broke the Big 12 record for career receiving yards with 171 yards today, passing the previous record of 4,414 yards set by Oklahoma State's Rashaun Woods (2000-03). Broyles has 4,499 yards in his career and he had previously set the Big 12 career records for receptions and receiving touchdowns along with his NCAA career receptions record. The total ranks third all-time in the FBS history behind Wyoming's Marcus Harris with 4,518 yards (1993-96) and the 5,005 yards by Nevada'sTrevor Insley (1996-99).
With 171 receiving yards today, Broyles posted the 23rd game of his career (sixth this season) with 100 or more yards. Broyles has 100-plus yards receiving in 19 of his last 25 games.
The 14 catches also marked the 13th game with double-digit receptions (fourth this season).
Broyles moved into second all-time in all-purpose yards with 5,891 moving past Joe Washington (5,881) and behind DeMarco Murray's (6,718).
Dejuan Miller hauled in his second career touchdown reception in Saturday's game. Miller's other touchdown also came against Kansas State in 2009.
Jaz Reynolds had his second straight game with a receiving touchdown with two on Saturday. It was the first multi-TD of his career. Reynolds has four career touchdowns, all recorded in 2011.
Michael Hunnicutt's 53-yard field goal to end the first half was a career high and the longest by a Sooner since Garrett Hartley's 53-yarder in 2007 against Utah State. It marks the longest under head coach Bob Stoops and the seventh longest in school history. Hunnicutt's kick was also the 22nd field goal in OU history of 50 or more yards. His previous best was a 44-yard field goal against Ball State.
Kenny Stills finished with his third 100-yard receiving game of the season and his career.
|By the Numbers|
51,004 - The game's attendance at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
505 - Landry Jones finished with 505 yards passing, a school record and record by an opposing player at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
61 - Trey Millard had a 61-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter was a career long. His previous best was a 14-yard rush against Missouri this season.
23 - The Sooners have 23 of their 34 sacks on the season in the last four games. OU has recorded a sack in all but one game this season (Ball State).
19 - The Sooners have scored in double digits in 19 of the 32 quarters played this year (59 percent).
12 - Junior DT Stacy Mcgee wore the No. 12 jersey in honor of Austin Box.
8 - Today's game marked the eighth time that OU and KSU were both ranked.
2 - Tom Wort and Corey Nelson each had a career-high two sacks.
Redshirt freshman QB Blake Bell scored the first touchdown of his career on a one-yard rush in the first quarter.