OU 52, Kansas 7 | October 20, 2012 | Norman, Okla.
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|| Oklahoma Team Notes
Oklahoma has won eight-straight games vs. Kansas. OU has never lost to the Jayhawks under Stoops (8-0).
OU recorded a punt return touchdown and a kickoff return touchdown in the same game for the first time in school history.
OU registered two plays of 90 or more yards in the same game for the first time in team history, as well, doing so with a 90-yard punt return by Justin Brown and 100-yard kickoff return by Roy Finch.
OU recorded 100 or more yards in both the punt return and kickoff return categories for the second time in school history. The only other time was vs. Pittsburgh (Oct. 4, 1952) when the Sooners had 115 punt return yards and 102 kickoff return yards.
Oklahoma had five plays of 40 yards or more, including a 100-yard kickoff return by Roy Finch, a 90-yard punt return by Justin Brown, a 45-yard fumble return by Casey Walker, a 44-yard reception by Kenny Stills and a 41-yard rush by Brennan Clay.
Oklahoma has outscored its last three opponents 98-15 in first halves and 146-42 overall this season in the first two quarters. The OU defense has allowed just two touchdowns this season in the first half.
Oklahoma's 38-point halftime lead was its longest since leading by 41 vs. Idaho State (9/12/09).
OU registered a first-half shutout for the first time since doing so vs. Iowa (12/30/11) last year in the Insight Bowl.
OU has outscored its last three opponents 156-48 overall and have outscored KU 172-54 in Kansas' last four trips to Norman.
OU is 110-8 (.932) under Stoops when holding opponents to 21 points or less, including a streak of 22 consecutive wins.
OU has scored in 32 of 33 red zone chances this year, including four of four against Kansas.
OU is 74-1 when scoring 40 points or more and 40-0 when scoring 50 points or more under Stoops.
Oklahoma's 19:49 time of possession is the second lowest of the Stoops Era and the lowest ever under Stoops in a win. OU had 19:19 TOP at Notre Dame on Oct. 2, 1999.
OU has scored more than 50 points in back-to-back Big 12 games for the first time since scoring 50-plus in six straight games from Oct. 25, 2008 to Dec. 6, 2008.
OU has scored 50 or more points seven times overall vs. Kansas.
|| Oklahoma Individual Notes
Jones had 140 yards passing in the first quarter, finishing with 291 yards overall.
OU is 27-2 (.931) when Jones throws two or more touchdowns in a game.
With three touchdown passes, Jones now has 102 touchdown passes in his career, passing Central Michigan's Dan LeFevour (2006-09) for 11th in NCAA history.
With 275 yards of total offense, Jones now has 13,682 for his career, passing Missouri's Chase Daniel (2005-08) for 12th in NCAA history and third in Big 12 history.
Casey Walker's 45-yard fumble return was the longest by an OU player since Jemell Fleming's 56-yard return vs. Texas in 2011.
The fumble return was the fourth-longest in school history by a defensive lineman and the longest since Cory Heinecke went 69 yards vs. Air Force in 2001.
Roy Finch had a 100-yard kickoff return to begin the second half, the longest of his career.
Finch's kickoff return touchdown was the 15th in school history and tied for the longest in OU history with Buster Rhymes (vs. Kansas State, 1980) and (Mark Bradley vs. Iowa State, 2003).
Finch's return was the fourth 100-yard play in school history (three kickoff returns, one interception return).
Justin Brown's 90-yard punt return was the fifth-longest in OU history and the longest since Antonio Perkins' 91-yard return vs. Tulsa (8/30/02). The last Sooner to return a punt for a touchdown was Ryan Broyles vs. Oklahoma State (11/28/09) who went 87 yards.
Javon Harris had two interceptions for the second time in his career (Florida State, 9/17/11), picking off Jayhawk passes in the second and fourth quarters. He now has seven career interceptions.
Kenny Stills' six receptions give him 160 in his career, moving him past Antwone Savage (1999-02) into seventh place on the OU career receptions list.
Stills had one touchdown on the night, moving him into a tie with Manuel Johnson and Travis Wilson for sixth-most touchdowns in a career in OU history.
Stills' 44-yard TD was the seventh-longest reception of his career.
Tony Jefferson had eight tackles in the first quarter alone and finished with a team-high 11 tackles overall.
Tom Wort had one (1.0) sack, tying him for sixth all-time among OU linebackers career.
Brennan Clay had a 41-yard rush in the second quarter, the longest of his career.
Blake Bell scored a touchdown, giving him eight on the season and 21 in his career.
Jalen Saunders started for the first time in his Sooner career. Saunders finished the night with three receptions for 34 yards.
Nick Hodgson kicked off for the Sooners twice, entering the game for the first time in his career on the game's second and third kickoffs in the first quarter.