Game Notes

Athletics Communications
By Athletics Communications
University of Oklahoma
NOVEMBER 27, 2010
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  Oklahoma Team Notes

• With the win, Oklahoma leads Oklahoma State 82-16-7 all-time. The win is OU's eighth-straight win over OSU, the Sooners scored at least 40 points in five of those eight.
• For the ninth-time in Stoops' 12 seasons, the Sooners have had 10 or more wins in a season. OU has 32 seasons with at least 10 wins, a mark that leads the nation.

• OU has forced at least one turnover in 139 of Stoops' 157 games. The Sooners have at least one interception in 102 of the last 137 games and multiple picks in 62 of the last 108 outings.

• Tonight was the second time this season that OU recorded three interceptions. The Sooners also had three against Utah State. OU has nine picks in the last four games (three of the four games on the road).

• DeMarco Murray (1,053) is the eighth Sooner running back to surpass 1,000 yards rushing in the last nine years.

  Oklahoma Individual Notes

Landry Jones
• Jones tied the school record for passing yards in a game with 468 yards tonight, Sam Bradford also threw for 468 yards against Kansas in 2008. The yardage moves him into fourth place in career passing yards by a Sooner with 7,145. Jones passed Cale Gundy with 6,686 yards and trails Josh Heupel for third place with 7,456 yards.

• Jones' career-high 37 completions tonight tied for second-most completions by an OU quarterback, Josh Heupel also had 37 completions in 1999 against Baylor. The 37 completions move him into second place in single season completions by an OU quarterback with 348. Jones passed Sam Bradford who had 328 completions in 2008.

• Jones had a 400-yard passing game for the third time in his career (second this season), he is the only OU quarterback to have more than two 400-yard games.

• Jones' attempted a school-record 62 passes. He also owns the No. 2 and No. 3 spots with 59 against Texas A&M in 2010 and 58 against Nebraska in 2009, respectively.

• For the fourth time this season (seventh of his career) Jones threw at least four touchdown passes in a game (5 - Texas Tech, 4 - Colorado, 4 - Florida State).

Ryan Broyles
• With a touchdown catch in the second quarter, Ryan Broyles moves into sole possesion of fourth place all-time in the Big 12 with 34 touchdown receptions. Broyles entered the game tied at No. 4 with Jordan Shipley at 33. He trails Rashaun Woods (42, OSU, 2000-03), Michael Crabtree (41, TTU, 2007-08) and Roy Williams (36, UT, 2000-03).

• The 34 career touchdowns ranks first among active Bowl Championship Series players.

DeMarco Murray
• With his 80 yards against OSU, Murray now has 1,053 yards this season. This is the second time Murray has reached the 1,000-yard mark in a season, he rushed for 1,002 yards in 2008.

Jimmy Stevens
• This marks the second-straight week that Stevens recorded at least 15 points. The 17 points tonight ties the school record by a kicker in a game, tied with Trey DiCarlo who had 17 against Texas in 2003. Stevens is 7-for-7 on field goals attempts in the last two games. Stevens' four field goals ties his career-high, he also had four against Baylor in 2009.

• With his career-high 17 points today, Stevens moved into 11th place all-time at OU with 265 career points. Stevens moved passed Greg Pruitt at 250, Adrian Peterson at 252 and Joe Washington at 262.

• Stevens recorded his fourth game this season with multiple field goals (ninth of career) and his second-straight game with at least three field goals (29, 24, 31, 26). Stevens now has a career-best 14 field goals this season, he went 11-for-13 in 2009.

• The 14 field goals ties for ninth all-time in single season field goals at Oklahoma. The last kicker to accomplish the feat was Garrett Hartley in 2005.

Kenny Stills
• Stills recorded six receptions in the first quarter to break OU's all-time receptions record for a freshman at 50. Stills entered the game at No. 3 with 44 receptions, behind Mark Clayton and Ryan Broyles (both had 46).

Cameron Kenney
• Kenney had a career-high 86-yard receptions and had a career-high 141 yards in tonight's game. His previous bests were against Florida State on Sept. 11, he made a 36-yard reception and finished with 73 yards.

• He recorded his second touchdown of the season and third of his career on an eight-yard pass from Landrye Jones in the second quarter. The TD was Kenney's first since Florida State on Sept. 11.

Quinton Carter
• Carter recorded two interceptions in the first half. The senior has four interceptions this season and eight in his career. With the two picks, Carter recorded his first career game with multiple interceptions.

• Carter's two interceptions gave OU its first player with two or more interceptions in a game since DB Jamell Fleming accomplished the feat against Texas A&M on Nov. 6. OU also had two players record multiple picks in a single game in 2008, Travis Lewis had two against Kansas State and Lendy Holmes has two against Kansas.

Jeremy Beal

• Recorded one tackle for loss tonight, the senior has made at least one tackle for loss in 10 of 12 games this season.

Trey Millard
• Millard scored his fourth career touchdown (third rushing) with a six-yard run in the first quarter against OSU to give OU a 7-0 lead.

• Millard's four touchdowns in 2010 equals the Sooners' touchdown production from the fullback position in the last four years combined. Millard's four scores are also the most by an OU fullback since Seth Littrell recorded eight in 1999.
Tress Way
• With his 56-yard punt in the third quarter, Tress Way is now tied with Huel Hamm for third place in punts of 50-plus yards in a single season by an OU punter at 17. Way holds the record with 22 which he set in 2009. The sophomore also trails Jeff Ferguson who had 20 in 2001.

Demontre Hurst
• Hurst had a career-high eight tackles in tonight's game, his previous best was five tackles which he set last week against Baylor.
Ronnell Lewis
• Lewis recorded a career-high eight tackles against OSU, his previous best was six against Stanford in the Sun Bowl on Dec. 31, 2009.

Javon Harris
• Harris made a career-high eight tackles tonight. He more than doubled his previous best of three which he set against Air Force and Baylor.

Austin Box
• Box made his second career interception in the fourth quarter, he also had a pick against Texas A&M in 2008.
James Hanna
• Hanna caught a career-long 76-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter

  By the Numbers

468 - Landry Jones tied the school record for passing yards in a game with 468 yards tonight. He is the only Sooner quarterback to record more than two 400-plus yard games.

62 - OU has made multiple interceptions in 62 of the last 108 games. The Sooners have had at least one interception in 102 of the last 137 games.

34 - Ryan Broyles' TD catch in the second quarter gives him 34 touchdown receptions, which ranks first among active BCS players.

23 - OU's 23 points in the fourth quarter were the most by the Sooners in the last period this season.

17 - Jimmy Stevens moved into 11th place all-time at OU with 265 career points after recording 15 points tonight. This marks the second-straight week that Stevens recorded at least 15 points.

10 - Senior defensive end Jeremy Beal has made at least one tackle for loss in 10 of 12 games this season.

8 - DeMarco Murray became the eighth Sooner running back to surpass 1,000 yards rushing in the last nine years, after running for 80 yards. Murray also reached the mark in 2008 with 1,002 yards.

2 - Junior offensive lineman Jarvis Jones made his second start of the year. Tonight was his first start since against Air Force on Sept. 18.



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