• Oklahoma’s record against Texas under Bob Stoops falls to 9-6.
• The Sooners converted just two of 13 third-down attempts while Texas was 13-of-20 on third-down conversions.
• The 147 yards of penalties racked up by Oklahoma was its sixth highest total ever and most ever against Texas. The previous high versus Texas was 13 penalties for 127 yards in a 63-14 win (10/7/00).
• The Sooners loss breaks an 11-game Big 12 win streak and an 11-game regular season win streak.
• Oklahoma OL Gabe Ikard, FB Trey Millard and CB Aaron Colvin all started their fourth games against Texas.
• OU had three players with 10 or more tackles for the first time since a 27-24 win vs. Air Force (9/18/10). LB Dominique Alexander (19), DL Chuka Ndulue (15) and Frank Shannon
• WR Sterling Shepard had a career long 26-yard rush in the first quarter. Shepard had three rushes for 28 yards in his career coming into today’s game.
• Freshman LB Dominique Alexander started for the first time, recording career highs of 19 tackles and 1.0 TFL. Alexander had 10 tackles and 0.5 TFL total in OU’s previous five games combined.
• Alexander’s total is the highest by a Sooner since LB Travis Lewis had 19 as a freshman vs. Texas (10/11/08).
• RB Damien Williams scored his second touchdown of the season and 13th of his career on a 3-yard run in the second quarter.
• DL Chuka Ndulue set a career high with 15 tackles. He tied his previous career high of seven tackles by halftime.
• The last time an OU defensive lineman had double-digit tackles was Jeremy Beal with 10 against Oklahoma State (11/28/10).
• Ndulue’s 15 tackles were the most by a Sooner defensive end since Reggie Barnes had 15 vs. Colorado (10/27/90).
• LB Frank Shannon recorded his first career forced fumble and DE P.L. Lindley recorded his first career fumble recovery on the same play in the first quarter.
• Shannon’s 16 tackles were a career high.
• FB Trey Millard caught his longest reception of the season with a 29-yard catch in the third quarter.
• K Michael Hunnicutt had field goals of 34 and 37 field goal, extending his Oklahoma school record now at 52 in his career.
• With two field goals, Hunnicutt now has 17 multi-field goal games in his career, extending a school record. He has made at least two field goals in each of OU’s last seven games.
• Hunnicutt is now 52-60 (.862) for his career on field goals.
• RB Roy Finch’s 73-yard kickoff return is the longest by a Sooner this season. It was also the third-longest by an OU player against Texas and the longest since Antwone Savege had an 81-yard return in 2002.
• Finch finished the day with two returns for 97 yards.
• CB Aaron Colvin set a career high with 2.0 TFL.
• CB Quentin Hayes set a career high with 2.0 TFL.
• Geneo Grissom’s 54-yard interception return for a touchdown is at least the third longest by an OU defensive lineman. Johnnie Lewis’ 60-yard return against Rice on (9/29/79) and John Goodman’s 56-yard return vs. Kansas (11/10/79).
• Bester had career highs of five receptions for 70 yards, including a career-long 47-yard reception in the fourth quarter.
• OU’s Jordan Wade blocked an extra point attempt in the third quarter, the Sooners first since Adrian Taylor did so vs. Kansas State (10/31/09).