• The Sooners racked up 668 total yards against North Texas, the 11th highest total in school history and the most in an OU season opener. The last time an OU team recorded more than 600 yards of total offense was against Texas A&M (639) in 2003.

• OU's 403 passing yards marked the fifth highest total in team history.

• The Sooners held the Mean Green to 15 yards rushing, the ninth-lowest total allowed under Bob Stoops.

• Oklahoma's 482 first half yards were the third most by any Sooner team in a single half. OU rolled up 507 yards against Missouri in 1986 and 486 versus Colorado in 1980.

• OU's 49 first half points tied for the third-highest total in a single half in school history. The record for points in a half is 55 versus Kansas State in 1942 (second half).

• OU's 247 first quarter yards (105 rush, 142 pass) were the most ever in a season opener. The total also marked OU's fourth-highest first quarter total and ninth-best in any quarter.

• OU had six sacks tonight by six different players, the most sacks in a game since the 2005 Nebraska game. The Sooners were also credited with 74 yards in tackles for loss by nine different. The 74-yard total is the fourth best in school history.

• Junior WR Malcolm Kelly's 65-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter was the second-longest scoring play of his career. Kelly caught a 66-yarder against Nebraska in the 2006 Dr Pepper Big 12 Championship Game. The longest play of Kelly's career is a 73-yard grab against Middle Tennessee last season.

• Kelly (4-118) and Juaquin Iglesias (7-128) combined for 246 of the Sooners' 403 receiving yards. It marked just the fourth time in school history OU has had two 100-yard receivers in a game and the second time under Bob Stoops.
 
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SAM BRADFORD
• Bradford's passing efficiency rating of 266.92 was the second-highest ever for a Sooner. Jason White was 16-18 for 263 yards, 5 TD and no INT for a 303.29 rating against Texas A&M in 2003.

• With 350 yards in the first half, Bradford set an OU record for passing yards in a half. The previous record was held by Josh Heupel who threw for 313 in the first half against Baylor in 2000.

• Bradford's 20 first half completions were the sixth most in a single half by an OU QB. The record of 25 is shared by Heupel, who completed 25 in the first half against Texas A&M in 1999, and Nate Hybl who did it against Tulsa in 2001.

• Bradford finished with 363 yards passing, the highest total for a Sooner QB in his OU debut. The previous record was 353 set by Josh Heupel against Indiana State in 1999.
 
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JUAQUIN IGLESIAS
• Iglesias took a lateral pass 41 yards on the second play from scrimmage. The run was the longest by a Sooner wideout since Travis Wilson scored on a 56-yard scamper against UCLA in 2005.

• Iglesias finished with three catches for 80 yards in the first quarter, the best receiving start in a season opener in OU history. The previous mark was held by Eddie Hinton who had a 72-yard first quarter TD reception against Notre Dame in 1968.
 
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DEMARCO MURRAY
• On just the third carry of his OU career, Murray went 44 yards for a touchdown. It was the longest touchdown run by a Sooner in a season opener since Jerald Moore went 52 yards against San Diego State in 1995.

• Murray became the first Sooner to record five scores in his OU debut. The previous record was shared by QB Charles Thompson (3 vs. North Texas, 1987) and Renaldo Works (3 vs. UTEP, 2000). Murray had four TDs in the first half against UNT.

• Only four other OU players have scored five or more touchdowns in a game. Quentin Griffin owns the record with six against Texas in 2000. The others, in addition to Murray, are Steve Owens (5 vs. Nebraska, 1968), Jerald Moore (5 vs. Oklahoma State, 1994) and Kejuan Jones (5 vs. Texas Tech, 2003).