OKLAHOMA GAME NOTES
• Through three games, Oklahoma has scored a program-record 184 points. The previous record was held by the 1986 Sooners who amassed 179 points against Iowa State (38), Kansas (64) and Missouri (77).

• OU finished the game with 617 total yards, marking the 31st time in school history that a Sooner squad has surpassed 600 yards in total offense and the fourth time under Bob Stoops.

• Senior RB Allen Patrick (8-113) and RS freshman RB DeMarco Murray (4-100) combined for 213 of the Sooners' 343 rushing yards against the Aggies. The last time OU had a pair of 100-yard rushers in a game was in the 2004 season opener against Bowling Green. Kejuan Jones ran for 148 yards against the Falcons, while Adrian Peterson chipped in with 100 of his own.

• Oklahoma gained 412 yards of total offense in the first half Saturday. It marked the 12th time in school history an OU team went over 400 yards in a half and is the second time under Bob Stoops (the first came this year in the season opener vs. North Texas).

• Senior TE Joe Jon Finley's second quarter touchdown catch was the third for a Sooner tight end in 2007. OU TEs caught only four touchdowns in 2006.

• Senior DE Alonzo Dotson recorded the first fumble recovery of his career in the second quarter.

• Junior LB Curtis Lofton's 45-yard INT return for a touchdown was the longest interception return for a score by an OU linebacker since Clint Ingram scored from 48 yards against Tulsa in 2005. It was also the sixth longest INT return for a LB in OU history.

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MALCOLM KELLY
• Junior WR Malcolm Kelly's first quarter touchdown catch was the 18th of his career. He added a 19th career TD catch in the second quarter and is in sole possession of second place on the OU career list. Kelly now trails only Mark Clayton, who caught 31 TDs from 2001-2004.

• Kelly's 17-yard second quarter touchdown catch was his second of the game and gave him his third multiple TD game in as many contests. Kelly had three multiple TD games last season. Kelly now has 14 catches on the season, seven of which have gone for touchdowns.

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JUAQUIN IGLESIAS
• Junior WR Juaquin Iglesias finished with 123 yards receiving. Saturday marked Iglesias' third career 100-yard game and his second this season.

• Iglesias had 123 yards receiving in the first half against the Aggies, becoming just the third Sooner to record multiple 100-yard first half efforts. Iglesias also had 128 first-half yards against North Texas earlier this season. Malcolm Kelly (2) and Mark Clayton (8) are the only other OU receivers to record multiple 100-yard first halves.

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SAM BRADFORD
• RS freshman QB Sam Bradford started the Utah State game with 11 consecutive completions after finishing the Miami game with 10 straight. Bradford's streak of 21 consecutive completions was the second longest in OU history behind his own streak of 22 in the North Texas and Miami games.

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ALLEN PATRICK
• Allen Patrick's 69-yard second quarter touchdown run was the longest of his career, besting his 65-yard scamper against Oklahoma State in 2006.

• Patrick's long run also put him over 1,000 career rushing yards. He is the 65th Sooner to gain more than 1,000 yards rushing. He finished the day with 113 yards for 1,057 career yards.

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BY THE NUMBERS
84,403 - Saturday's attendance at Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, the 52nd straight sellout under Bob Stoops.

50 - Bob Stoops recorded his 50th home win as the Sooners' head coach. Stoops owns a career record of 50-2 at Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, a winning percentage of .962.

53 - Senior K Garrett Hartley's 53-yard third quarter field goal marked the longest of his career and tied for the seventh longest in OU history. Hartley's previous career long of 52 yards came against Texas in 2005. The kick was also Hartley's third of over 50 yards.

7 - Senior TE Joe Jon Finley's second quarter touchdown grab was the seventh of his career and first this season.

28 - Curtis Lofton's third quarter pick six was the 28th defensive touchdown under Bob Stoops and the Sooners' third in 2007.

92 - RS freshman RB DeMarco Murray's 92-yard third quarter TD run was the third longest rush in OU history. Buck McPhail went 96 yards against Kansas State in 1951 and Jeff Frazier went 96 versus North Texas in 1995.

61 - OU QB Sam Bradford threw his first interception of the season on his 13th pass attempt against the Aggies. It was his 61st attempt of the season.

14 - With Saturday's win, OU extended its home wining streak to 14 straight.
 
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UTAH STATE GAME NOTES
• Senior OG Pace Jorgensen made his team-leading 30th career start, and senior OG Shawn Murphy, juniors S Caleb Taylor and OC Ryan Tonnemacher all made their 15th consecutive starts.

• Senior WR/KR Kevin Robinson third catch of the game was his 134th of his career and moving into sole possession of No. 8 on USU's career receptions list, passing James Murphy (1978-80).

• OU's TD on its first possession was the first time this season that the USU defense has allowed a score on the opponent's first drive of the game.

• Sophomore QB Jase McCormick and freshman RB Robert Turbin made their USU debuts in the second quarter.

• Junior SS Roy Hurst's INT in the second quarter was his first USU career pick.

• It was the third INT in the last two games for the Aggie defense – the last time that USU had three picks in two games (De'von Hall and Marquise Charles last week vs. Wyoming) was Nov. 6 and 11, 2004, with two (Cornelius Lamb, Matt Wiser) vs. UL-Monroe and one (Andre Bala) in the next game vs. Arkansas State.

• OU's second quarter TD was the first score that USU has allowed in the second stanza.

• Freshman kicker Peter Caldwell celebrated his 19th birthday with a 30-yard FG in the second quarter, marking the third game in a row that USU had a field goal... The last time that the Aggies had a FG in three-straight games was the last three games of the 2005 season by Justin Hamblin.

• The 38 points given up in the first half were the most since giving up 41 in the first half to Utah on Sept. 18, 2004 in a 48-6 loss.

• The attendance of 84,403 is the third-largest crowd to watch Utah State football, trailing at LSU in 2001 (87,756) and at Georgia in 1999 (86,117).

• The 92-yard run by OU's DeMarco Murray is the longest run by an opponent that USU records indicate.

• OU's Garret Hartley's 53-yard field goal is the longest field goal by a USU opponent since a 51-yarder by Iowa in 2002.

• Freshman DT Nathan Royster had his first career fumble recovery in the third quarter.

• Robinson's 38 receiving yards give him 2,005 career yards, becoming the ninth receiver in USU history to reach the 2,000 yard milestone.

• OU's Patrick Allen and DeMarco Murray became the first pair of teammates to both rush for 100 yards on USU since Alabama on Sept. 4, 2004.

• The 343 yards rushing was the first time over 300 yards allowed by the USU defense since 344 at Louisiana Tech last season.

• OU's 617 yards of total offense was the first time over 600 yards since 654 at Louisiana-Monroe in 2002.

• The 54 points allowed was the most since Hawai'i posted 63 last year.