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  Team Notes

Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops now owns 145 career victories, tying Hall of Famer Bud Wilkinson for second on the all-time OU victory list behind Barry Switer (157).
 
OU is now 6-2 on the season and 4-1 in the Big 12. The Sooners are now bowl eligible for the 14th-consecutive season, including every season under Bob Stoops.
 
With a win today, Oklahoma continues a streak of avoiding back-to-back regular season losses dating back to 1999. Since 2004, the Sooners are now 20-0 in games immediately following a regular season loss. OU hasn't lost consecutive games in the same season since the final two
contests of the 2003 campaign.
 
Oklahoma has won 14-straight games vs. Iowa State, including an 8-0 mark under Stoops. OU has won 21-straight games in Ames, having not lost at Jack Trice Stadium since 11/5/60.
 
Oklahoma has won four-straight Big 12 games, outscoring its opponents 191-68 during the streak.
 
OU held ISU to an 85.11 pass efficiency rating. The Sooners were fifth in the nation coming into the game in pass efficiency defense with a 96.18 average.
 
After outgaining ISU 593 yards to 290, OU has outgained its last four Big 12 foes by an average of 511.8 - 312.0 and 2,047 - 1,248 overall.
 
With Justin's Brown's 107 receiving yards, five different Sooners have registered 100-yard receiving games this season, tying a program record. OU also accomplished the feat in 2001 and 2008.
 
Oklahoma is 20-1 when Landry Jones throws for more than 200 yards before halftime. He had 239 at the half today.
 
OU is 28-2 when Landry Jones throws two or more touchdowns after throwing three today.
 
With 593 total yards, OU is now 54-2 when gaining 500 or more yards in a game under Stoops.
 
Under Stoops, OU is 4-0 this season and 30-0 overall when registering a 100-yard rusher and 100-yard receiver in the same game. Justin Brown had 107 receiving yards while Brennan Clay had 157 rushing yards today.
 
Oklahoma allowed just two pass completions in the first quarter and four in the second quarter. OU was fourth in the country in completions allowed this season coming into the game and has allowed 20 or fewer in all but one game this season.
 
OU quarterback Landry Jones threw his first four completions to four different receivers, all for first downs. Each pass went for at least 12 yards.
 
OU had eight receivers with double-digit receiving yardage totals, tying a career high. Seven Sooners hit the mark before halftime.
 
  Individual Notes

Landry Jones
With 405 passing yards, Landry Jones now ranks fifth in NCAA history with 14,792 passing yards, passing Boise State's Kellen Moore (2008-11) who had 14,667 yards.
 
With 410 yards of total offense, Jones now has 14,441 for his career to pass Nevada's Colin Kaepernick (2007-10) for 9th in NCAA history.
 
With four touchdowns passes, Jones tied Russell Wilson for 10th in NCAA history with 109 touchdowns. It was Jones' 11th game of his career with four or more touchdown passes.
 
Jones' totaled his 10 career 400-yard game and first of the season and the 24th 300-yard game of his career, fourth this season.
 
Brennan Clay
Clay set career highs with 24 rushes for 157 yards, the first 100-yard game of his career.
 
Brennan Clay got his first start of the season and first since week three last season vs. Missouri (9/24/11). It was his fifth-career start overall.
 
Justin Brown
Justin Brown set career highs with seven receptions and 107 receiving yards.
 
Brown's 20-yard touchdown catch was the sixth of his career and third of the season.
 
Kenny Stills
With six receptions, Kenny Stills now has 173 in his career, passing DeMarco Murray (2007-10) and Quentin Griffin (1999-02) for fourth in OU history.
 
Stills had touchdown receptions of 21 and 31 yards, respectively, giving him 19 touchdowns in his career and moving him into a tie for fifth place in OU history with Juaquin Iglesias (2005-08).
 
Sterling Shepard
Sterling Shepard caught a 20-yard touchdown, the third score of the freshman's season. Shepard is now tied for fifth with Mark Clayton and Keith Jackson for most receiving touchdowns by an OU freshman.
 
Shepard had the first rush of his career on a reverse, taking the ball for a 13-yard gain.
 
Iowa State   Team Notes

Iowa State was whistled for season lows in penalties (two) and yards (10).
 
ISU is 13-3 under Paul Rhoads when winning the turnover battle (+1 today). ISU's last loss when having a positive margin was at Oklahoma in 2010.
 
ISU converted its only fourth down conversion attempt. This is the fourth straight game that ISU has converted a fourth down attempt.
 
ISU is 5-for-9 on fourth down this season.