Tech 41, OU 13 | Nov. 21, 2009 | Lubbock, Texas
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|| Oklahoma Game Notes
Despite the 41-13 loss, Oklahoma maintains a 12-5 series lead, including a 4-3 advantage at Lubbock. Texas Tech has won the last three meetings in Lubbock.
With Matt Williams' 33-yard first quarter field goal, the Oklahoma defense has given up just 13 points this season in the first quarter, 10 of which came last week against Texas A&M in the Sooners' 65-10 win.
|| Individual Notes
Ryan Broyles ended the day with seven receptions for 117 yards to give the sophomore 67 receptions on the season. The total is the fourth most by a Sooner receiver in a single season. Mark Clayton (2003) holds the record with 83 receptions.
Saturday's game was seventh game this season and fifth straight that Broyles had at least seven receptions in the game. Broyles entered Saturday with three consecutive games with eight receptions.
Broyles' 117 receiving yards marked his fourth 100+ reception yardage game this season.
Broyles' fourth-quarter touchdown reception was the 17th of his career. His 12 receiving touchdowns this season put him in third place on the Oklahoma single season list.
Jonathan Nelson picked off his second pass in as many games with his first quarter interception of Taylor Potts. Nelson's first career pick came last week in Oklahoma's win over Texas A&M.
Nelson also recorded his first career start Saturday. The junior ended the day with 11 tackles, a career high.
Walk-on kicker Patrick O'Hara got his first career start Saturday and responded with field goals of 47 and 22 yards. The 47-yard kick marked the longest field goal by a Sooner since Garrett Hartley converted a 53-yard attempt in the third game of the 2007 season, a Sept. 15 win over Utah State.
Jaz Reynolds fourth quarter 57-yard reception is the longest of the freshman's career, topping his previous long of 44 last week against Texas A&M. The yards from the catch also marked a career high for receiving yards in a game for Reynolds.
|| By the Numbers
- With 11 carries Saturday, Chris Brown
now has 595 career rushing attempts,
putting the senior at No. 6 on the OU
all-time list. Kejuan Jones is fifth with
605 career attempts.
- With one TFL Saturday, Gerald McCoy
has recorded 52 percent of his 28
season tackles behind the line of
- Gerald McCoy made his 38th
consecutive start against Texas
Tech, breaking the record for longest
string of starts by a defensive interior
lineman at Oklahoma. Scott Evans
(1987-1990) had the old record at 37.
- Travis Lewis ended the day with 13
tackles, his 11th double-digit tackle
game of his career and his fifth of the
season. Lewis has been the team's
leading tackler in 7 of the 11 games.