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  Oklahoma Team Notes

• With the loss, OU falls to 6-1 on the season and 2-1 in the Big 12. The win is Missouri's first against Bob Stoops who entered the contest at 6-0 versus the Tigers. OU holds the overall series lead with a record of 66-24-5 and is 31-16-0 in Columbia. The Sooners have won 19 of the last 21 against the Tigers.
 
• With 301 first half yards, OU eclipsed the 300-yard mark by halftime for the fourth time this season and the second consecutive time following a season-best 383 first half yards against Iowa State. OU also accomplished the feat vs. Florida State (372) and Cincinnati (314).
 
• The Oklahoma defense forced two turnovers, both fumbles. OU has now forced at least one turnover in 135 of Bob Stoops' 153 games.
 
• With 27 points, the Sooners tied their season low in scoring. OU had previously scored 27 in a 27-24 win over Air Force. The 27 points were the most by a Missouri opponent this season.
 
• OU turned the ball over a season-high three times. The previous high for the Sooners was two against Utah State.
 
  Oklahoma Individual Notes

Jeremy Beal
• Beal collected a career high four tackles for loss against the Tigers. Beal's previous high of three came on three occasions. It marked the 28th time an OU defender has recorded four TFLs in a game. Cedric Jones holds the OU record with six against Texas Tech in 1994.

• The four TFLs gives Beal 51.5 for his career, third best in OU history. Rocky Calmus (1998-2001) holds the record with 59 while Kelly Gregg (1995-98) is second with 53.

Ryan Broyles
• With his eight receptions, Ryan Broyles moved to No. 2 on the career receptions list at OU with 204. Broyles passed Juaquin Iglesias (2005-08), who had 202 career receptions and sits behind Mark Clayton's school record of 221 (2001-04).

• With his 110 receiving yards, Broyles eclipsed the 100-yard receiving mark for the 13th time in his career including nine of the last 10 games.

James Hanna
• Hanna caught a touchdown reception for the third consecutive game when he took in a three-yard TD reception in the third quarter. The junior TE had TD catches of three and two yards against Iowa State and Texas, respectively.

Landry Jones
• Jones finished with 303 yards, his fourth 300-yard game of the season and the seventh of his career, tying Jason White (1999-2004) for the most in a career.

• Jones completed 32 of his 50 attempts, his second best single game number in his career. Jones' high of 36 came this season against Cincinnati as the sophomore has surpassed the 30-completion mark five times, including four times this season.

• Saturday night's contest was Jones' fourth career game with at least 50 attempts. Jones holds the OU record with 58 attempts vs. Nebraska in 2009.

• With his 303 yards Saturday night, Jones moved up to No. 5 on the career passing yards chart at OU with 5,292. Jones passed Nate Hybl who had 5,091 yards from 2000-02. Sam Bradford (2007-09) is Oklahoma's all-time leader with 8,403 yards. Next player ahead of Jones is current OU running backs coach Cale Gundy (1990-93), who had 6,686 career yards.

DeMarco Murray

• Murray scored his 59th career touchdown with his four-yard catch-and-run in the second quarter. Jones broke the OU all-time touchdown record with three TDs last week against Iowa State.

• Murray tied a career-high eight receptions Saturday night, marking his fourth career game and second game this season with at least seven receptions. Murray had seven receptions for 21 yards against Cincinnati and had a career-high eight receptions for 116 yards against Texas in 2009.

Kenny Stills
• The freshman from Encinitas, Calif., finished the night with a career high six receptions for 55 yards. Stills had previously recorded five receptions in the last two games against Texas and Iowa State.

• Stills' first quarter 23-yard TD was his second career TD. Stills hauled in a 16-yard TD pass against Texas.

James Winchester
• Saturday's fumble recovery on Tress Way's first punt marked Winchester's third fumble recovery of the season as the deep snapper recovered fourth quarter fumbles against Cincinnati and Texas.

  By the Numbers

77 - Mossis Madu's 77-yard kickoff return in the fourth quarter marked a career long for the senior. Madu's previous best of 39 came against Texas.

68 - In his second career game, Roy Finch finished with 11 touches for 68 yards (9-59 rushing, 2-9 receiving). Finch debuted against Iowa State with 16 carries for 92 yards.

47.8 - Tress Way finished the night with six punts for 287 yards, an average of 47.8 per kick.

25 - Playing in his hometown, Trey Millard recorded a career-long touch in the first quarter when he caught a 25-yard pass in the first quarter. Millard's previous high of 17 against Cincinnati.

14 - Quinton Carter collected a carer high 14 tackles against the Tigers, his fourth career double-digit tackle performance.
 
11 - Eleven Oklahoma players had a reception Saturday night, the second time of the season OU hit double-digits in the category. Twelve OU players had receptions against Florida State.


11- Jonathan Nelson finished the game with 11 tackles, tying a career high his third career double-digit tackle game.

2 - Trey Millard recorded a fourth quarter touchdown for his second consecutive game with a TD.