|Oklahoma Game Notes|
With the victory, Oklahoma extends its home winning streak to 32 games, a program best. The current streak is the best in the nation. The Sooners have won 52 of their last 53 on Owen Field. Stoops improves to 68-2 at home.
With the win, Oklahoma moves to 5-1 all-time against Florida State.
The Sooners have won 14-straight against ranked opponents on Owen Field.
Today's attendance of 85,630 marks an Oklahoma record 70th straight sellout and the school's second largest home crowd. The attendance record is 85,646 against Texas Tech in 2008. The previous record, 69 straight sellouts, began on Thanksgiving Day against Nebraska in 1971 (Game of the Century) and ended on Sept. 8, 1984 against Stanford.
Two Sooners made their fi rst career starts today against Florida State. First-time starters were redshirt freshman Jamarkus McFarland (DT) and Joseph Ibiloye (DB).
OU tight ends James Hanna and Trent Ratterree recorded their fi st career touchdowns against the Seminoles. Jermaine Gresham was the last tight end to score a touchdown in the 2008 National Championship game against Florida, where he caught two touchdown passes.
OU has forced at least one turnover in 131 of Bob Stoop's 148 games and has at least one interception in 97 of the last 128 with multiple picks in 48 of the last 99 outings.
Twelve true freshmen saw action against Florda State: Brennan Clay, Aaron Colvin, Trey Franks, Austin Haywood, Bronson Irwin,Tony Jefferson, Trey Millard, Corey Nelson, Daniel Noble, Joe Powell, Kenny Stills and Austin Woods.
Broyles becomes only the fifth Sooner to go over 2,000 yards receiving in a career. Broyles fi nished the day with 12 catches for 124 yards and a touchdown. Broyles has 2,075 total receiving yards and is fourth all-time. Broyles takes over sole possession of sixth place in career receptions with 156.
Broyles has scored a touchdown in six-straight games.
Broyles had a career-high fi ve receptions in the opening quarter. Broyles previous high was four receptions in four different games.
Broyles eight catches in the first half ties his personal best, which came against Stanford in the Sun Bowl.
Broyles completed his fi fth straight 100-yard receiving game dating game. In those contests, Broyles has accumulated 642 total yards.
James Hanna recorded the longest reception of his career of 46 yards after grabbing his fi rst career touchdown and first reception of the year.
Landry Jones had 30 pass completions and tied his career best. Today marked the 14th time that a Sooner had 30 or more completions in a game.
Jones finished the day with 380 passing yards, his third best outing in terms of yards.
Jones' 321 passing yards in the fi rst half is a career high and is second best in school history. His previous high was 235 yards against Idaho State in 2009. Sam Bradford holds the school record with 350 fi rst half passing yards against North Texas in 2007.
This is the fourth time in school history that a Sooner quarterback has thrown for over 300 first-half yards. Sam Bradford accomplished this feat twice and Josh Heupel once.
Jones has thrown multitple touchdowns in his last three outings, dating back to the 2009 Sun Bowl. In his career, he has eight multiple touchdown games, including six with three or more scores.
Jones had the second-longest run of his career after breaking a nine-yard run in the second quarter. The play was six yards shy of his career long of 15, which came against Kansas State in 2009.
Cameron Kenny had the longest reception of his career with a 36-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter. His previous career long was 25 yards at Miami in 2009.
Travis Lewis recorded two interceptions against the Seminoles. Lewis returned his fi rst interception for 14 yards, bringing his interception-to-return ratio to 6-for-122 yards. Lewis' 122 return yards is the third highest for a Sooner linebacker. Lewis trails former Sooner All-Americans Carl McAdams (1963-65) and George Cumby (1975-79), who each have 126 interception return yards.
Freshman Trey Millard had his fi rst career catch for four yards in the third quarter.
Dejuan Miller's 34-yard catch late in the second quarter put his career receiving yards at 504. Miller becomes the 57th Sooner to have 500-plus yards in a career.
Demarco Murray became only the second player in Oklahoma history to surpass 1,000 yards in three statistical categories: receptions, rushing and kick returns. Murray has now rushed for 2,740 yards, caught 90 passes for 1,029 receiving yards and accumulated 1,251 return yards. Murray has accounted for 5,020 all-purpose yards. George Buster Rhymes (1980-84) is the only other Sooner to accomplish this fete after rushing for 1,158 yards, accumulating 1,118 receiving yards and 1,237 yards in kick returns. Rhymes fi nished his Sooner career with 3,800 all-purpose yards.
With two touchdowns against the Seminoles, Murray has scored multiple rushing touchdowns in 15 games.
Murray recorded his 38th rushing touchdown and 49th career touchdown, which ties Greg Pruitt for seventh best all-time at OU.
For the third time in his career, sophomore kicker Patrick O'Hara hit two fi eld goals in a game.
Trent Ratterree recorded his fi rst career touchdown catch in the beginning of the third quarter.
Tress Way had two punts that went over 50 yards, marking his fourth punt of 50-plus yards this season and the 26th of his career.
In the third quarter, Way had his 10th punt of 60 yards or more.
Way punted three times for an average of 53.2 yards per punt against the Seminoles. This marks the third time in his career he averaged more than 50 yards in a game. Way holds the punting average record 58.8 against Oklahoma State in 2009.
85,630 - Today's attendance, marking an Oklahoma record 70th straight sellout (all under Stoops). It marked the second-largest crowd in school history.
5,020 - Demarco Murrays is third all-time in all-purpose yardage with 5,020 total yards.
2,000 - Ryan Broyles surpassed 2,000 yards receiving today with 124 yards and two touchdowns.
100 - Today's game marks the 100th consecutive televised game for the Sooners.
53.2 - Tress Way's punting average against Florida State.
37-16 - Coach Bob Stoops' career record vs. ranked opponents.
32 - Oklahoma's current home winning streak, extending the school record. The current streak is the best in the country.
14 - Number of games DeMarco Murray has posted double-digit touchdown scores.
12 - Number of true freshman that saw action against the Seminoles.