Game Notes

Athletics Communications
By Athletics Communications
University of Oklahoma
NOVEMBER 13, 2010
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  Oklahoma Team Notes

• With the win, Oklahoma extends its home winning streak to 36, a program record. The active streak is the best in the nation. The Sooners have won 56 of their last 57 on Owen Field. Oklahoma is 72-2 at home under head coach Bob Stoops.
• With its 36th consecutive home win, Oklahoma ties USC for the sixth-best home win streak of any program since World War II. OU's current streak began Sept. 10, 2005 with its 31-15 win over Tulsa. USC won 36-straight home games from 2001-2007. Miami holds the record with 58-straight home victories from 1985-94.
• The win marks OU's fifth-straight and 50th season all-time the Sooners went undefeated at home. OU is unbeaten at home in 10 of Stoops' 12 seasons.
• OU's 24 points in the first quarter were the most scored by OU against Texas Tech in an opening period and the second-most by OU in a quarter this season. The Sooners scored 26 points in the second quarter against Colorado on Oct. 30. The Sooners 31-point lead ties the team's biggest lead at half this season. OU also led Iowa State by 31 at the half on Oct. 16.
• OU is now 13-5 against Texas Tech all-time and 8-1 against the Red Raiders in Norman.
  Oklahoma Individual Notes

Ryan Broyles
• Ryan Broyles broke or tied five school records against the Red Raiders: career receptions, single season receptions, career TD receptions, 100-yard games in a season and 100-yard games in a career.
• Broyles moved into sole possesion of OU's career record for receptions, following a 15-yard catch from Landry Jones on the second play of the game. Broyles entered the game tied with Mark Clayton at 221 receptions.
• Broyles broke his own single season record for receptions after adding eight catches against Texas Tech, bringing his season total to 94. Broyles previous record was 89 in 2009.
• Broyles' three TD receptions against Tech move him into fi rst in career TD receptions with 32, Broyles entered the game with 29 and passed Mark Clayton at 31.
• Broyles 110 yards in the fi rst half marks the fi fth time the junior had more than 100 yards at the half. Broyles has eight 100-yard games this season, tying Mark Clayton's records for single season 100-yard games (8) and career 100-yard games (15).
• Broyles became the seventh receiver in Big 12 history to record over 3,000 yards after posting 119 yards against the Red Raiders. Broyles now has 3,003 career receiving yards, only the second Sooner to pass the 3,000-yard mark. Mark Clayton also reached the feat, recording 3,241 yards from 2001-2004.
DeMarco Murray
• Murray recorded his 62nd career touchdown in the first quarter off a 12-yard TD pass from Landry Jones.
• Murray recorded 16 receiving yards in the fi rst half to break OU's record for career receiving yards by a running back with 1,351, passing Quentin Griffin at 1,337 yards.
Kenny Stills
• Stills' 59-yard TD reception in the first quarter was the fifth longest TD reception by a freshman in OU history and the most by a true freshman. Broyles holds the record with a 77-yard TD reception against Washington in 2008.
• The TD catch was also Stills' longest career reception. His previous best was a 32-yarder against Texas on Oct. 2.
• Stills now has the most receptions in a season by a true freshman with 40. He passes Antwone Savage at 37. Stills entered the game with 36. Stills is only the third freshman in OU history to record at least 40 receptions in a single season. Mark Clayton and Ryan Broyles, both redshirt-freshmen in their debuts, hold the record for receptions by a freshman with 46.
• Stills' career-high 86 yards against Texas Tech move him into third place in single season receiving yards by a freshman with 516, the most by a true freshman.
Landry Jones
• Landry Jones threw for five TDs against the Red Raiders, marking only the 14th time in OU history that an OU quarterback has thrown for five or more TDs in a single game. Jones has now thrown five or more TDs three times, including his record-setting six touchdown performance against Tulsa in 2009.
• With the five TD passes, Jones is now tied with Josh Heupel for third in career TD passes at 53. The sophomore trails Heisman Trophy winners Sam Bradford (88) and Jason White (81). Jones entered tonight's game with 48 touchdown passes.
• Jones threw for 317 yards against the Red Raiders, marking the sixth time this season and the ninth time in his career he threw for over 300 yards.
• Jones threw for 276 yards and four TDs in the first half, marking his second-highest yardage and the first time he has thrown for four TDs in the first half.
• It marked only the fourth time in school history a Sooner QB has thrown four TDs or more in a half. The record for TDs in a half was set by Jason White in 2003 with five touchdowns against Texas A&M in the first half.
Travis Lewis
• Travis Lewis intercepted Taylor Potts for a 29-yard return in the second quarter, marking the second-straight home game against Texas Tech the junior has picked off a Red Raider pass.
• Lewis now has 151 yards in career interception returns, the most by any linebacker in school history.
Jeremy Beal
• Beal posted three tackles for loss to move ahead of Kelly Gregg for sole possesion of second in career tackles for loss with 56. He trails Rocky Calmus with 59.
Quinton Carter
• Carter recorded a career-high 17 tackles against the Red Raiders, the most by a defensive back since Brandon Everage also had 17 against Colorado in 2002.
Pryce Macon
• Senior Pryce Macon had a career-high six tackles and also recorded 2.5 tackles for loss, including 1.5 sacks for nine yards.
  By the Numbers

85,116 - Today's attendance, marking the 74th straight sellout (every game coached by Bob Stoops).
1,351 - DeMarco Murray recorded 16 receiving yards in the first half to break OU's record for career receiving yards
by a running back with 1,351, passing Quentin Griffi n at 1,337 yards.
91 - Ryan Broyles broke his own single season record for receptions after adding five catches in the first half, bringing his season total to 91.
59 - Kenny Stills' 59-yard TD reception was the fifth-longest by a freshman in OU history.
32 - Broyles also broke OU's record for career TD receptions
29 - Freshman RB Roy Finch scored his first career touchdown on a 29-yard rush to close out the fi rst quarter.
24 - OU's scored 24 points in the first quarter, the most the Sooners have scored against Texas Tech in the opening period.
9 - Landry Jones has thrown multiple TDs in nine of his last 11 games.
5 - Broyles broke or tied five school records in today's game against the Red Raiders.




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