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  Oklahoma Team Notes

• With the win, Oklahoma extends its home winning streak to 35, a program record. The active streak is the best in the nation. The Sooners have won 55 of their last 56 on Owen Field. The Sooners under head coach Bob Stoops are 71-2 at home.
 
• OU's 488 passing yards sets the school record for most passing yards in a game (previous was 468 against Kansas in 2008).

• Oklahoma now leads Colorado 40-17-2 in the all-time series, including a 21-7 advantage in Norman. The Sooners have won six of the last seven meetings with the Buffaloes.

• True freshman RB Roy Finch made his first career start against Colorado. Thirteen true freshmen have played for Oklahoma this season, with five earning starts (CB Aaron Colvin, S Tony Jefferson, FB Trey Millard, WR Kenny Stills and Finch).

• Landry Jones' 81-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Broyles in the first half was the eighth longest reception in school history and the longest in the Stoops Era. The catch was also the second-longest reception by a Sooner against Colorado in the series' 59 games. The longest against Colorado was in 1962 when Virgil Boll made an 83-yard touchdown.

• The Sooners recorded a safety in the second half following a blocked punt by Javon Harris, it was OU's first safety since Idaho State in 2009 and the 14th safety in the Stoops Era. It marks the seventh-straight season that OU has forced at least one safety.
 
  Oklahoma Individual Notes

Ryan Broyles
• WR Ryan Broyles recorded a career-high 208 receiving yards against Colorado, breaking the single-game record at OU previously held by Manuel Johnson (206 against Texas Tech in 2008). Tonight marked just the second time that an OU receiver passed the 200-yard mark.
 
• Broyles moved into sole possession of second place in career touchdown receptions with 28. He entered tonight's game tied with Jermaine Gresham at 26. Broyles trails Mark Clayton, who had 31 TD catches during his career.

• Broyles' 81-yard touchdown reception marked the longest of his career, his previous best was a 77-yarder against Washington in 2008.

• Broyles recorded 127 receiving yards in the first half, marking his seventh game of over 100-yards receiving this season and the fourteenth of his career. Broyles is one game away from tying Mark Clayton's records for most 100-yard games in a season (8) and in a career (15).

• Broyles has posted 15 plays of 40 yards or more in his career. His two touchdowns (81 and 64) were his first two plays of 40 yards or more this season.
 
Landry Jones
• Jones threw for a career-high 453 yards against Colorado, the second best total by a Sooner. The school record was set in 2008 against Kansas when Sam Bradford threw for 468 yards. Jones' previous career high was 418 yards against Stanford in the 2009 Sun Bowl. Tonight's performance marked the sixth time a Sooner QB has eclipsed the 400-yard mark.

• Tonight's performance was the eighth game of at least 300 yards passing in his career and the fifth time this season. Jones has passed the 300-yard mark in four of the last five games (1,696 yards in that span).
 
• Jones recorded 32 completions in tonight's game, bringing his career completion total to 488 and moving him into fourth place in all-time career completions. Jones trails Sam Bradford (604), Jason White (627) and Josh Heupel (654). It also marked Jones' fifth game this season of at least 30 completions.

• With four touchdowns in today's game, Jones has now thrown mulitple touchdowns seven times this season and thirteen times in his career, including five games with four or more touchdowns.

• Jones threw the longest pass of his career with an 81-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Broyles in the second quarter. Jones' previous best was a 67-yard pass to DeMarco Murray against Texas A&M in 2009.

DeMarco Murray
• DeMarco Murray had a career-high 10 receptions in tonight's game and now moves into ninth place in all-time career receptions with 125 behind Curtis Fagan (135). Murray entered tonight's game with 116 receptions.

• With his five-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, Murray has now scored a touchdown in 10-straight games.

James Hanna
o James Hanna recorded his fifth-career touchdown in the second half, marking his fourth-straight game with a TD. Five of Hanna's seven catches this season have resulted in a touchdown.

Trent Ratterree
• Ratterree recorded a career-high 89 receiving yards in tonight's game, his previous high was 86 yards against Stanford in the 2009 Sun Bowl.

• Ratterree's 47-yard catch in the third quarter was the longest reception of his career, his previous best was a 40-yard catch against Iowa State this season.

Tom Wort
• Wort recorded four quarterback hurries in tonight's game, marking the second-most by a Sooner behind Gerald McCoy (five against Texas, 2009).

Jamell Fleming
• Fleming recorded his first career sack in the second quarter of tonight's game.

Jimmy Stevens
• Stevens kicked two field goals in the first half, tying his career-high. Stevens has kicked two field goals in six games, including two this season (Air Force).
 
  By the Numbers

84,173 - Today's attendance, marking the 73rd straight sellout (every game coached by Bob Stoops).

1,696 - Landry Jones has thrown for 1,696 yards over the past five games, including a career-high 453 in tonight's game.

488 - OU's 488 passing yards sets the school record for most passing yards in a game (previous was 468 against Kansas in 2008).

208 - Ryan Broyles set a school record for receiving yards, after recording 208 yards in tonight's game.

81 - Landry Jones' 81-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Broyles in the first half was the eighth longest reception in school history and the longest in the Stoops Era.

28 - Ryan Broyles moved into sole possession of second place in career touchdown receptions with 28, passing Jermaine Gresham (26).

10 - DeMarco Murray had a career-high 10 receptions in tonight's game and now moves into ninth place in all-time career receptions with 125 behind Curtis Fagan (135).

4 - Broyles posted at least 100 yards receiving in a half for the fourth time in his career. It marked the third time this year he reached the plateau in a half (Iowa State,165 and Utah State, 100).