|Oklahoma Team Notes|
Oklahoma's 36 first-half points were the most against Texas since 2003 while the 34-point halftime lead was the largest since leading 42-7 at halftime of the 2000 contest.
Oklahoma is 53-1 when rushing for 200 yards or more. OU had 206 rushing yards at halftime and 343 total.
The Sooners had four players with 100 or more all-purpose yards, including Damien Williams (177), Trey Millard (164), Brennan Clay (155) and Justin Brown (140).
Jaydan Bird's tackle for loss in the second half was the first safety caused by Oklahoma since a forced fumble exited the back of Baylor's end zone in a Nov. 20, 2010, matchup. It was the first defensive safety since OU's Ronnell Lewis sacked the Idaho State quarterback for two points on Sept. 12, 2009.
Oklahoma is 29-0 under Stoops with a 100-yard receiver and 100-rusher in the same game. Against Texas, Damien Williams had 167 yards while Trey Millard totaled 119 receiving yards.
OU is 73-1 when scoring 40 points or more under Stoops.
Oklahoma scored on its opening drive for the second time this season, getting in the end zone on an 8-yard run by Blake Bell.
|Oklahoma Individual Notes|
With the victory, Landry Jones now owns a 33-9 (.786) record as a starter, passing QB Steve Davis (1973-75) for the most wins in school history.
Jones becomes the third quarterback in Sooner history to start and play the majority of the game in three wins over Texas, joining Jimmy Harris (1954-56) and Davis.
Jones finished with 321 yards and two touchdowns on 21 of 37 passing, his first 300-yard passing game of the season and 22nd of his career, continuing his OU record.
OU is 26-2 (.929) when Jones throws two or more touchdowns in a game.
Jones' 321 passing yards moved him past Philip Rivers (NC State, 2000-03) into seventh on the NCAA career passing yards list with 13,731.
With two touchdown passes, Jones has 102 touchdown passes in his career, tying for 11th all-time in NCAA history with Central Michigan's Dan LeFevour (2006-09).
With 311 yards of total offense, Jones now has 13,307 for his career to pass Russell Wilson (NC State/Wisconsin, 2008-11) and Chase Daniel (101, 2005-08) for 13th in NCAA history and third in Big 12 history.
Trey Millard had five receptions for 119 yards and a touchdown, easily surpassing his previous career highs of three receptions and 39 receiving yards.
Millard had a 73-yard reception, the longest pass play by an OU player in Red River Rivalry history, surpassing Buddy Leake's 65-yarder in 1953. It was also the seventh-longest pass play by a Sooner running back in OU history.
Damien Williams rushed for 167 yards on 22 carries, his third 100-yard game of the season after previous games rushing for 156 and 103 yards. It was the 33rd 100-yard rushing performance by a Sooner against Texas in the series' history.
Williams had 96 rushing yards in the first quarter and 145 yards by halftime. The halftime mark was the third-most yards in a half by an OU player against Texas.
Williams' 95-yard touchdown rush was the third longest run in school history, trailing only Jeff Frazier (North Texas, Nov. 23, 1995) and Buck McPhail (Kansas State, Nov. 3, 1951) who each recorded 96-yard rushes. It was also the longest rush in Red River Rivalry history and the fourth-longest offensive play in OU history.
Blake Bell scored four touchdowns, giving him seven on the season and 20 in his career, reaching the end zone on a run of eight yards before scoring from one-yard out on his next three touchdowns. Bell has six multi-rushing touchdown games in his career.
Bell is the third player in Sooner history to score four touchdowns or more in a game twice in his career, joining Steve Owens (5) and Billy Sims (4). The sophomore also accomplished the feat at Baylor (11/19/11).
Kenny Stills finished with three catches for 37 yards. Stills has 2,016 career yards to move past Antwone Savage (2,009, 1999-02) for fifth in school history and become the sixth player in OU history with 2,000 receiving yards.
Aaron Colvin's second-quarter interception was his second career pick, and second in as many games.
Jalen Saunders played for the first time as a Sooner and caught his first reception on a 32-yarder with 3:24 left in the third quarter. Saunders finished with two receptions for 54 yards.
Brennan Clay had a career-long 42-yard kickoff return in the second quarter. Clay added eight rushes for 52 yards and a one-yard
touchdown run and finished with 96 yards on three kickoff returns.
Justin Brown had a 44-yard punt return, finishing with 67 yards on five returns.