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  Team Notes

With the 24-17 win over TCU, Oklahoma has clinched a share of the 2012 Big 12 Championship, it's the eighth Big 12 title and 44th conference championship.
 
Oklahoma is now 100-38 (.725) all-time in Big 12 play.
 
OU sits 10-2 on the season and finished 8-1 in the Big 12. It's the 11th 10-win season under Bob Stoops, and it extends the Sooners' FBS record to 34 10-win seasons in school history.
 
Oklahoma finished undefeated on the road (5-0) for the first time since 2008.
 
OU led 14-7 at halftime. The team has now won 33 straight games when leading at the break. They are 8-0 this season and 132-9 under Bob Stoops when ahead at halftime.
 
The Sooners improve to 8-4 all-time against TCU, including a 5-0 mark in Fort Worth.
 
The Sooners have won eight straight conference games for the first time since 2006.
 
Bob Stoops is 11-3 in regular season finales, including a 7-2 mark on the road.
 
OU has won 23 in a row when permitting 20 points or less. TCU has never scored more than 20 points against Oklahoma.
 
  Individual Notes

Landry Jones
With his two touchdown passes in the first half, Jones passed BYU's Ty Detmer (121, 1988-91) for fifth all-time with 122 career TD passes.
 
Oklahoma is 33-2 (.943) when Jones throws for two or more touchdown passes.
 
Damien Williams
Williams recorded the first touchdown reception of his career in the first quarter, an 11-yard pass from Landry Jones.
 
Williams scored on a 66-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. He's had four TD runs of 65+ yards this year: 65 vs. UTEP (9/1), 89 vs. Florida A&M (9/8), 95 vs. Texas (10/13) and 66 vs. TCU (12/1).
 
Williams now has three multi-TD games in his career after four rushing TDs against Florida A&M (9/8) and two rushing scores against Baylor (11/10).
 
Williams finished with 115 rushing yards on the day, the fourth 100-yard game of his career.
 
Jalen Saunders
Saunders recorded the ninth 100-yard receiving game of his career and his fourth this season as he finished with 108 yards and one touchdown on seven receptions.
 
R.J. Washington
Washington's forced fumble in the third quarter was the first of his career. He also recorded his first solo sack of the season on the play.
 
Frank Shannon
Shannon recorded his first career fumble recovery on Washington's strip in the third quarter.
 
Chuka Ndulue
Ndulue posted his team-leading fifth sack of the season.
 
Tony Jefferson
Jefferson finished with a team-high eight tackles, pushing his season total to 113. That's the second-most tackles by an OU defensive back in school history and is seven off the record of 120 held by Rodney Rideau set in 1999.
 
Tress Way
Way booted a 75-yard punt in the third quarter, a season-long and the third-longest of his
career. It was his fifth career punt to travel at least 70 yards.