OKLAHOMA GAME NOTES
• Saturday's Sooner win evened the series with Miami at 3-3. The victory also gives OU a 2-1 advantage in Norman.

• Oklahoma's combined point total of 130 in its first two games is the second highest back-to-back scoring outputs in school history. The 1986 Sooners rolled up 141 points against Kansas (64) and Missouri (77).

• OU ran for 116 yards against the Miami Saturday. The Sooners were the first team to go over 100 yards rushing against the `Canes since Virginia went for 132 on Nov. 18, 2006. Miami had held 10 of its last 11 opponents under the century mark.

• Senior FB Dane Zaslaw's 9-yard fourth quarter touchdown reception marked his first career TD.

• Senior PK Garrett Hartley converted his first FG of the season in the third quarter Saturday. Hartley has connected on 20 of 21 FG attempts dating back to last season.

• Junior QB Joey Halzle's 61-yard touchdown strike to sophomore WR Adron Tennell in the fourth quarter was the first career TD for both players.

• For the second straight week, OU DB Nic Harris led the team in tackles for loss. Harris recorded 2.5 TFL against the Hurricanes after registering two last week against North Texas.

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MALCOLM KELLY
• Junior WR Malcolm Kelly's 23-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter was the 100th reception of his career. and his 15th career TD. Kelly became the 11th Sooner to record 100 or more receptions and the ninth under Bob Stoops.

• Kelly's third TD reception, which came in the fourth quarter, gave him 17 for his career. That total ties him with Travis Wilson for seond place on the all-time career list.

• With three TD receptions against Miami, Kelly became just the sixth Sooner to record three or more touchdown grabs in a game. The last OU receiver to accomplish the feat was Mark Clayton, who scored three times against Texas A&M in 2003.

• With 102 receiving yards against the `Canes, Kelly notched back-to-back 100-yard performances for the second time in his career. He also did it last season against Texas Tech (153) and Baylor (115).

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JERMAINE GRESHAM
• Sophomore TE Jermaine Gresham came into Saturday's game with 11 career receptions and two touchowns. Against the Hurricanes he caught eight passes for 55 yards and one TD.

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SAM BRADFORD
• RS freshman QB Sam Bradford completed his first four passes against the Hurricanes, extending his consecutive completions streak to 22. That mark broke Jason White's previous school record of 18 which Bradford tied against North Texas.

• Bradford's five TD passes against Miami tied the OU single game record. He became just the third Sooner to toss five touchdowns in a game. Jason White accomplished the feat three times, while Josh Heupel did it twice. Bradford was also just the second QB to throw for five TDs against the Hurricanes (Cade McNown, UCLA, 1998).

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BY THE NUMBERS
85,357 - Saturday's attendance, a Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium and OU record. The previous high was 85,313 against Texas Tech in 2006. Saturday also marked the 51st straight sellout under Bob Stoops.

503 - Senior TE Joe Jon Finley's 7-yard reception in the third quarter put him over the 500 yard mark for career receiving yards (503).

165 - Oklahoma's four running backs (DeMarco Murray, Allen Patrick, Chris Brown and Mossis Madu) combined for 165 yards on the ground. Murray was the team's leading rusher with 64 yards on 15 carries.

110 - Juaquin Iglesias' 110 kickoff return yards marked the ninth best total in OU history. Iglesias had 111 return yards against Baylor last season.

.761 - With his 30-yard third quarter field goal, OU kicker Garrett Hartley upped his career stats to 35-46 or 76.1 percent.

61 - Junior DB Reggie Smith's 61-yard second quarter fumble return TD tied for the third longest in OU history (Claire Morford vs. Marquette, 1941). DL Cory Heineke has the longest fumble return TD in Sooner history, going 69 yards against Air Force in 2001.

51 - Oklahoma's 51-point total was the most points scored against Miami since Syracuse defeated the `Canes 66-13 in 1998.

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MIAMI GAME NOTES
• This is Miami's third straight loss in a road opener. Miami lost at Florida State in 2005 and at Louisville in 2006.

• The Memorial Stadium crowd of 85,357 was the eighth largest ever for a Hurricanes game and the largest ever for a sporting event in the state of Oklahoma.

• Miami's defense had given up more than 20 points just twice in each of the last two seasons, but it allowed 51 points today (seven of those points came on a fumble recovery by the Oklahoma defense). The 51 points allowed was the most since Nov. 28, 1998, a 66-13 loss at Syracuse.

• All-America DE Calais Campbell made his first sack of the season in the second quarter, and he recovered his first fumble of the year in the third quarter. The first play led to a touchdown, and the second play led to a field goal. Campbell finished the game with three solo tackles. He also caught a pass on a fake field goal attempt in the second quarter that he ran five yards for a first down. In the third quarter, Campbell played defensive tackle and dropped into pass coverage on a third down play.

• Kyle Wright took over at quarterback in the second quarter and promptly led the team on a touchdown drive, culminating in a TD pass to Ryan Hill. For the game, Wright, completed 7 of 14 passes for 65 yards and one touchdown. His TD pass to Hill was his first since last Oct. 28. Kirby Freeman came back late in the fourth quarter. Freeman completed 3 of 9 passes for 17 yards.

• PK Francesco Zampogna was successful on both of his field goal attempts, making him 3 for 4 this year.

• Redshirt freshman punter Matt Bosher punted 10 times for a 40.8-yard average and finally had a punt returned against him this year, on his 10th punt of the season. Bosher's first nine punts of the year were either not returned or fair caught. His sixth punt of the game resulted in a six-yard return, and his seventh punt, which was a career-long 51-yarder, was returned four yards.

• WR Ryan Hill's touchdown reception in the second quarter was his first collegiate touchdown.

• Oklahoma's Sam Bradford became only the second quarterback to throw five TD passes against the Hurricanes. UCLA's Cade McNown on Dec. 5, 1998.

• Miami's captains were S Kenny Phillips and WR Lance Leggett.