OU and K-State collide Saturday night under the lights at Owen Field in Norman.
NORMAN, Okla. --
No. 6 Oklahoma hosts No. 15 Kansas State in the Big 12 opener for both teams under the lights at Owen Field Saturday night in Norman. Kickoff is scheduled for shortly after 6:50 p.m. CT. The Sooners are 2-0 and coming off a bye week while K-State is 3-0 after a 35-21 win last week in Manhattan against North Texas.
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OU is a perfect 14-0 under Bob Stoops at home vs. ranked teams.
Oklahoma is 44-2 at home against Big 12 teams.
Oklahoma is 6-0 in games played on Sept. 22, most recently a 52-10 win vs. Tulsa (9/22/90).
OU is aiming to start 3-0 for the 10th time in 14 seasons under Stoops.
Oklahoma is 14-4 in the regular season under Stoops following a bye week.
The Sooners lead the all-time series 71-17-4 and own a 35-6-3 advantage in games played in Norman.
Last season at K-State, QB Landry Jones threw for a school-record 505 yards and added five TDs and the No. 9 Sooners scored the final 44 points of the game en route to a 58-17 win against the No. 8 Wildcats (10/29/11).
Oklahoma has won five straight and eight of the last nine meetings between the two schools.
The Sooners registered a 42-30 win (10/31/09) when OU and KSU last met in Norman.
The two teams are 4-4 in the previous eight meetings when both squads have been ranked.
BIG 12 OPENERS
Oklahoma is 11-2 in Big 12 openers under Stoops: 7-0 home, 3-1 away and 1-1 neutral sites.
OU has won four straight Big 12 openers, winning by an average score of 37.0 to 18.0.
Oklahoma is a perfect 13-0 in its opening Big 12 home game of the season under Stoops, outscoring those foes by a combined margin of 512-219 (avg. score of 39.4 to 16.8).
The Sooners are 8-1 against Kansas State under Stoops, including a perfect 8-0 in regular season games. Kansas State's last regular season win vs. OU was a 26-7 victory in Norman (10/25/97).
PUPIL vs. MENTOR
Bob Stoops owns a 7-1 head-to-head record as a head coach vs. Bill Snyder.
Stoops played under Hayden Fry at Iowa (1979-82) when Bill Snyder served on Fry's staff. Stoops later served as a grad assistant at Iowa under both Fry and Snyder.
When Snyder took the job at Kansas State in 1989, he brought in Stoops as the DBs coach and eventually promoted Stoops to co-defensive coordinator in 1991.
WHAT TO WATCH
Oklahoma is 78-3 (.963) at Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium under Stoops, including a 35-1 mark in the month of September. That lone September blemish was a 17-10 setback vs. TCU (9/3/05).
OU is No. 6 in the AP Poll and remains No. 5 in the USA Today Coaches' Poll.
QB Landry Jones owns a 31-8 (.795 ) record as a starter. He is one win away from tying QB Steve Davis (32 wins from 1973-75) for the top spot in OU history.
The Sooners have outscored their first two opponents by a 93-20 margin, allowing only three second-half points.
THE OU PROGRAM
Oklahoma's all-time record stands at 823-307-53 (.718) in 118 seasons.
The Sooners rank third all-time in winning percentage behind only Michigan (.735) and Notre Dame (.731).
Since World War II, Oklahoma leads the nation with 579 victories.
The Sooners have earned seven national championships (1950, 1955, 1956, 1974, 1975, 1985, 2000).
OU has 45 bowl appearances (No. 7 nationally) with 27 bowl victories (No. 4 nationally) and an all-time record of 27-17-1 (.611).
OU has 43 conference championships, including seven Big 12 titles overall (no other school has more than three).
Oklahoma is the only program in FBS history to have four coaches with 100 or more wins.
OU has 153 All-Americans and 73 consensus All-Americans, including NCAA career receptions leader Ryan Broyles in 2011.
Under Stoops, OU has had 33 All-Americans, including 23 consensus. Of the 33 players, 15 were on offense, 16 on defense and two on special teams representing 14 different positions.
Oklahoma boasts five Heisman winners. Sooners have also won the Bednarik (1), Butkus (4), Camp (4), Lombardi (3), Maxwell (2), Nagurski (2), O'Brien (3), Outland (5), Tatupu (1), Thorpe (3) and Unitas (1).
OU leads the nation with 33 seasons in which the program has won 10 or more games.
Sooner teams have gone undefeated 14 times in program history, the first in 1896 and the latest in 2000.
Oklahoma's 47-game win streak from 1953-57 is still the NCAA D-I record.
Oklahoma has had 102 Academic All-Big 12 honorees under Stoops.
The Sooners have gone 77-3 at home in Stoops' 13 seasons. In all, Oklahoma has won 81 percent of its home games since Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial opened in 1923.
Oklahoma has played in front of 80 consecutive home sellouts - every game of Stoops' tenure.
Including the seven Sooners picked in the 2012 NFL Draft, OU has had 357 players picked all-time in the draft.
Oklahoma has 42 first-round picks, including three No. 1 overall selections.
In 2010, Sooners were chosen with three of the first four picks in the draft, with QB Sam Bradford at No. 1, DT Gerald McCoy at No. 3 and OT Trent Williams at No. 4.
Bob Stoops' career average of 10.7 wins per year is tops among active FBS head coaches with at least 10 years of experience.
Stoops is the only active head coach on the FBS level to have reached a bowl game in each of his first 13 seasons. Georgia's Mark Richt (11) comes in second.
Of the 13 bowls, eight have been BCS bowl games and four have been for the BCS title.
10 double-digit win seasons in his first 13 as a head coach are unmatched among active FBS coaches. He joins Richt and BYU's Mendenhall as the only active coaches with five such seasons in their first seven years.
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OKLAHOMA AT A GLANCE
Oklahoma is 2-0 to start a season for the third year in a row and the 12th time in Bob Stoops' 14 seasons. After downing UTEP (9/1) in the season opener, 24-7, the Sooners trounced Florida A&M (9/8), 69-13, in the home opener.
A balanced offensive attack has been the name of the game for the Sooners so far in 2012. Landry Jones has completed 62.5 percent of his passes for 474 yards and four touchdowns. He has spread the ball around to 10 different receivers in two games, but his primary target has been Kenny Stills, who is third in the Big 12 and sixth in the NCAA with 120.5 receiving yards per game. In the backfield, junior college transfer Damien Williams has been a pleasant surprise, leading the Big 12 in rushing yards (129.5 per game) and touchdowns (five). He is seventh in the NCAA in rushing yards and tied for second in the country in scoring. He scored four of the Sooners' eight rushing touchdowns in the team's win over Florida A&M (9/8).
Oklahoma boasts the No. 10 defense in the nation through two games, giving up just 245.0 yards of offense per contest. In
addition, the 10.0 points per game allowed is tied for eighth in the country. After allowing 207 yards rushing in the opener against UTEP (9/1), OU limited Florida A&M (9/8) to just 61 rushing yards. A pick by Javon Harris against FAMU marked the first turnover created by the Sooners this season.
Sophomore Michael Hunnicutt has made 1-of-2 field goals in 2012 and 12-of-13 extra points. Senior punter Tress Way is third in the Big 12 with a 44.7 avg. this year. Justin Brown is sixth in the nation with 22.0 yards per punt return.
K-STATE AT A GLANCE
Kansas State has also started the season undefeated and is 3-0. After taking care of Missouri State (9/1) in the opener, 51-9, the Wildcats came back in week two and scored an impressive, 52-13, beating of Miami [FL] (9/8). K-State is coming off a 35-21 win vs. North Texas (9/15) in its last outing.
Quarterback Collin Klein is the catalyst for a Wildcats offense that is 13th in the country with a 46.0 scoring average. Klein is averaging 203.0 passing yards and 70.0 rushing yards per game and has accounted for nine touchdowns on the season (five passing, four rushing). Junior running back John Hubert ranks third in the Big 12 with 98.7 rushing yards per game, while Tramaine Thompson leads the KSU receivers with 13 catches for 211 yards and three touchdowns.
Giving up just 14.3 points per game, which is tied for 20th in the NCAA, Kansas State has the No. 41 total defense. The Wildcats' weakness so far has been in the passing game, surrounding 251.0 passing yards per game, 80th in the country. Senior linebacker Arthur Brown leads the team with 28 tackles, while senior defensive back Jarard Milo is second with 22 stops. The Wildcats have created six turnovers this year, five on fumbles and one off an interception.
Senior kicker Anthony Cantele has made 4-of-5 field goal tries this season and all 18 extra points. Senior Ryan Doerr is
averaging 44.7 yards per punt. Kansas State leads the nation in punt return average (36.2) and is seventh in kickoff return average (32.0), scoring touchdowns in each category.
TIES TO THE TEAM
Sooners from Kansas: Seven OU players hail from Kansas. K Patrick O'Hara of Topeka, Kan. (57 miles) lives the closest to Manhattan.
Wildcats from Oklahoma: DB Dante Barnett (Tulsa); WR Tyler Lockett (Tulsa); TE Andre McDonald (Choctaw); OL Keenan Taylor (Tulsa); WR Tramaine Thompson (Jenks); TE Zach Trujillo (Edmond)
WELCOME TO THE SHOW
Nine players saw their first action as a Sooner against Florida A&M (9/8): junior wide receiver LaColtan Bester, freshmen offensive linemen Ty Darlington and Derek Farniok, freshman tight end John-Philip Hughes, freshmen defensive ends Nathan Hughes, Mike Onuoha and Charles Tapper, freshman linebacker P.L. Lindley and freshman defensive back Gary Simon.
HOW ABOUT THAT HOME OPENER?
With a 69-13 win over Florida A&M (9/8), the Sooners are now 47-9-5 in home openers and 13-1 in home openers under Bob Stoops. Oklahoma has outscored its opponents a combined 640-192 in 14 home openers under Stoops.
RED ZONE PRODUCTION
The Sooners rank No. 1 in the nation in Red Zone efficiency on both offense and defense in 2012.
Oklahoma is tied with 16 teams in the nation with a Red Zone scoring percentage of 100. However, only eight of those 16 teams have more trips inside the Red Zone than OU's 10.
On defense, Oklahoma is the only program in the country that has not allowed a team to score from inside the Red Zone this season. In fact, OU opponents have reached the Oklahoma 20-yard line just once this season, the fewest trips allowed in the country.
The Sooners were picked to finish first in the Big 12 preseason media poll.
Oklahoma has won seven Big 12 Conference titles (2000, 02, 04, 06, 07, 08, 10), twice as many as the next closest program in the league.
Since 2000, Oklahoma is 79-18 (.814) in Big 12 play, the best mark in the conference. Texas is next with a 74-23 (.763) record.
Among BCS-automatic qualifier conference teams, Oklahoma has the best conference winning percentage, with the next-best records at USC of the Pac-12, which has a 65-20 (.765) conference record since 2000 and Virginia Tech of the ACC (70-22, .761).
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The Sooners are sixth in week three of the AP Poll. Oklahoma was tied for No. 5 last week after opening the year at No. 4. OU remains No. 5 in the USA Today Coaches' Poll for the second consecutive week. Like in the AP Poll, the Sooners opened the season No. 4 in the Coaches' Poll.
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2012 TEAM CAPTAINS
This season's team captains as elected by their teammates are:
Junior OL Gabe Ikard - Oklahoma City, Okla.
Senior QB Landry Jones - Artesia, N.M.
Senior DE David King - Houston, Texas
Junior FB Trey Millard -Columbia, Mo.
Senior P Tress Way - Tulsa, Okla.
OKLAHOMA COACHING STAFF
In Bob Stoops' 13 seasons at OU, six of his assistant coaches have gone on to become head coaches at other FBS programs.
Four former Stoops' assistants are now head coaches: Mike Leach (Washington State), Bo Pelini (Nebraska), Kevin Sumlin (Texas A&M) and Kevin Wilson (Indiana).
This season, Mike Stoops returns to Oklahoma as the defensive coordinator, while Tim Kish joins the program as assistant defensive coordinator.
Three current assistants played for Oklahoma, including Jackie Shipp (1980-83), Cale Gundy (1990-93) and Josh Heupel (1999-00).
OU's coaches have a cumulative 63 years on the sidelines in Norman and 192 years experience total.
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HOME DOMINANCE UNDER STOOPS
The Sooners are 78-3 on Owen Field under Stoops.
OU is 67-3 when ranked and 11-0 when unranked at home.
Oklahoma is 34-1 in non-conference games at home under Stoops and 44-2 in Big 12 games.
OU is 46-0 under Stoops when scoring 40 points or more at home and 35-0 at home when allowing 10 points or fewer.
OU has not lost to a ranked team at home since Stoops became head coach in 1999.
Oklahoma has wins over top 10 teams including No. 1 Nebraska (2000), No. 2 Texas Tech (2008) and No. 9 Iowa State (2002) during that time.
From 2005-11, Oklahoma won 39 straight home games, a stadium record.
The streak was the fifth-longest home win streak in the modern football era. OU has been sold out at home for every game of the Stoops era, a school-record of 80 consecutive games.
Under Stoops, OU won its first 17 home games stretching almost over his first three seasons from 1999-01.
The Sooners also had a 19-game streak under Stoops from 2002-04.
Margin of Victory
The Sooners have posted 10 shutouts against incoming opponents, including three against Big 12 foes.
Oklahoma's biggest wins are a 77-0 defeat of Texas A&M (11/8/03) and a 68-0 win over UTEP (9/14/02).
OU's average margin of victory at home has been 22 points or higher each of the past six seasons and 11 of 13 seasons under Stoops.
OU's three losses at home in the last 13 seasons have come by a combined 13 points.
Only one game has gone into overtime, a 37-30 OU win vs. Baylor (10/22/05).
In 2011, Oklahoma ranked No. 13 nationally in average attendance at 85,161.
OU's average attendance last season was 103.7% of Memorial Stadium's official capacity.
Only Oregon, TCU, Nebraska and Texas A&M had higher percentages over capacity.
In 2011, OU's win over Texas A&M drew the highest attendance in stadium history at 85,709.
Oklahoma has drawn 6,112,172 fans for Bob Stoops' 80 home games (started in 1999) and all have been sold out.
The current string of sellouts is the longest in school history, eclipsing a mark of 69 from 1971-84.
In 2011, Oklahoma fans set a record for average season attendance at 85,161.
OU has exceeded the seating capacity of 82,112 at Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in 48 straight games.
The top nine seasons for home attendance at Oklahoma have been during Stoops' tenure as head coach.
Of the top 10 crowds at Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, all have come in the past six years.
Home Winning Percentage
Since the start of the 2006 season, Oklahoma ranks second nationally in home winning percentage at .974, holding a record of 37-1 over that span.
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Under Bob Stoops, OU has produced career leaders in passing, receiving, total offense and all-purpose yards, four top 10 career rushers and season record holders in rushing, passing, total offense and receiving yards.
Stoops-led Sooner teams have set 66 offensive school records.
OU has scored in 177 straight games since 11/7/98.
Since Stoops' arrival, OU has scored 6,441 points - an average of 492 points per season and 37 per game.
Oklahoma is the highest scoring college program in history. In 1,183 games, the Sooners have scored 32,025 points. Michigan is next at 30,845 points in 1,247 games.
Oklahoma has racked up 300 yards or more of total offense in 37 straight regular season contests dating back to early 2009. In a 58-17 win at No. 10 Kansas State (10/29/2011), OU totaled 690 yards, the eighth-most in team history and the highest total during that span.
Oklahoma had over 300 yards both receiving and rushing for the third time in school history against Florida A&M (9/8). OU also did it against Texas A&M (11/8/08) and Iowa State (10/16/10).
OU's 349 rushing yards against Florida A&M were the third-highest total in the Stoops Era and marked the 12th game of 300 rushing yards or more under Stoops.
Oklahoma's eight rushing touchdowns are the most in the Stoops Era.
Junior wide receiver Kenny Stills has had an impressive to the 2012 campaign. After catching catching six passes for 121 yards and one touchdown in the opener at UTEP (9/1), Stills followed it up with a career-high 10 catches for 120 yards and one touchdown vs. Florida A&M (9/8).
His 120.5 receiving yards rank third in the Big 12 and sixth in the NCAA, while his 8.0 receptions per game is tied for 10th in the country and third in the conference.
It was the fifth 100-yard game of Stills' career, moving Stills ahead of Eddie Hinton for fifth all-time at OU.
Stills' 68-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter against UTEP (9/1) was the longest of his career, surpassing the 58-yarder he had vs. Texas Tech (11/13/2010).
Among active players in the NCAA, Stills ranks No. 8 in receiving yards per game (69.5), tied for No. 12 in TD receptions (15), No. 14 in receiving yards (1,876) and No. 15 in receptions (138).
WILLIAMS CONTINUES TO WOW
A transfer from Arizona Western, junior running back Damien Williams has made his presence felt in his first two games at Oklahoma.
After finishing with 10 carries for 103 yards and a touchdown last week at UTEP (9/1) in his OU debut, Williams gained 156 rushing yards and four touchdowns against Florida A&M (9/8).
With an average of 129.5 rushing yards per game, Williams leads the Big 12 and ranks seventh in the nation.
Williams' 156 total yards rushing were the most in home debut in Oklahoma history, surpassing Dominique Whaley's 131 yards vs. Tulsa (9/3/11).
He is the first Sooner to score at least one touchdown in each of the first two games of his career since Ryan Broyles did so against Chattanooga (9/6/08) and Cincinnati (9/13/08).
Williams is the first Sooner to register 100-yard rushing games in each of the first two games of his OU career since
Adrian Peterson rushed for 100 yards against Bowling Green (9/4/04) and 117 against Houston (9/11/04).
Williams had the first back-to-back 100-yard rushing games for OU since DeMarco Murray did so against Texas (115 yards, 10/2/10) and Iowa State (112 yards, 10/16/10).
His 89-yard TD run was the longest since DeMarco Murray's 92-yarder against Utah State in (9/14/07) and ties for the seventh-longest run play in school history.
With Kenny Stills recording 120 receiving yards and Damien Williams rushing for 156 yards vs. Florida A&M (9/8), it marked the the 28th time during the Bob Stoops era that OU had a 100-yard rusher & a 100-yard receiver in the same game. The pair did it in the season opener against UTEP (9/1) when Stills had 121 receiving yards and Williams had 103 rushing yards.
METOYER MEETS THE END ZONE
Trey Metoyer caught his first career touchdown against Florida A&M (9/8) on an 18-yard reception with 0:36 left in the first half.
BACK TO THE FUTURE
OU associate head coach and defensive coordinator Mike Stoops is back on the Sooner coaching staff after previously guiding the OU defense from 1999-03.
In his first stint in Norman, four of Stoops' five defenses finished No. 7 or better nationally in scoring defense and in the top 10 for total defense.
From 2000-03, Stoops' defenses also finished in the top 25 in pass defense and rush defense every season and in pass efficiency defense and turnovers forced twice.
In addition, Stoops is the only coach to have an athlete win both the Nagurski and Thorpe awards in the same season, doing so twice with Roy Williams in 2001 and Derrick Strait in 2003.
Oklahoma has ranked in the top 16 in the nation in total defense eight of the last 11 years.
OU has forced at least one turnover in 152 of 175 games over the last 14 seasons - 87% of games played in that span.
The Sooner defense has at least one interception in 74% of its games (129 of 175) over the last 14 years.
Oklahoma has 13 shutouts under Bob Stoops.
Under Stoops, the Oklahoma defense has surrendered an average of just 18.3 points per game.
The defense has allowed less than 100 rushing yards per game in five of the last 11 seasons.
In 2012, Oklahoma has permitted only three second-half points through its first two games.
Under Bob Stoops' tenure, no program has been better at stopping foes on third down than OU, limiting teams to an FBS-best 30.5 percent success rate since the start of the 1999 season.
The Sooners have kept that trend going in the 2012 season, holding both Florida A&M (9/8) and UTEP (9/1) to just 3 conversions in 16attempts each (18.8%).
The Oklahoma defense posted the No. 5 third down defense in the nation in 2011, allowing just 60 conversions in 196 attempts (30.6%).
In home games, no team was better in the category than OU's 20.2% mark.
The Sooners have consistently been at the top of the rankings in third-down defense, ranking No. 11 two seasons ago and No. 3 in 2009.
NO PASSING ZONE
The OU defense held UTEP to just 48 yards passing in the season opener (9/1), the fewest passing yards allowed by the Sooners since Oklahoma State had 47 (11/28/2009). The 48 passing yards allowed were the second-fewest in the FBS' opening week and the best for a team facing a fellow FBS opponent. Under Bob Stoops, the Sooners are 26-1 when limiting teams to 100 yards passing or less and 10-1 when teams pass for 50 yards or less.
In the opener at UTEP (9/1), the OU defense held the Miners' offense scoreless, marking the first time OU kept an opposing offense off the board since a 52-0 win vs. Iowa State (10/16/10). During Mike Stoops' first tour of duty as OU's defensive coordinator from 1999-03, the Sooners pitched six shutouts.
TOPS IN TACKLES
Multiple Sooners posted career highs in tackles in the season-opening win at UTEP (9/1).
R.J. Washington set a career high with six tackles, breaking his old mark of two, which he did six times.
Chuka Ndulue, who earned the first half-sack of his career in the first quarter, finished with a career-high seven tackles, besting his old mark of two which was set last year against Ball State (10/1/2011).
Rashod Favors recorded the first four tackles of his career.
DEFENSIVE TDS AT 42
With a school-record three defensive touchdowns against Texas in 2011, Oklahoma now has 42 in Bob Stoops' 13 seasons.
Thirteen of those touchdowns came via a fumble return.
The defense has scored at least one touchdown in all of Stoops' first13 seasons, including four in 2011.
The four defensive scores last season were one shy of the most in Stoops' tenure. OU had five touchdowns on defense in 2007, 2001 and 2000.
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There have been 29 special teams touchdowns.
Those 29 have come via five different kinds of plays -- punt returns, fake field goals, blocked punts, kickoff returns and a fake punt. Special teams also owns four safeties in that span.
Oklahoma has returned six kickoffs and 14 punts for touchdowns.
Oklahoma has blocked 28 kicks.
MANY HAPPY RETURNS
Kickoff Returns --107 returns of 25 yards or more with eight touchdowns.
Punt Returns -- 69 returns of 15 or more yards with 16 touchdowns.
Interception Returns -- 90 returns of 10 or more yards with 24 touchdowns.
Fumble Returns -- 8 returns of 15 or more yards with 12 touchdowns.
WAY GOOD AT PUNTER
Tress Way is first among active punters in the NCAA's FBS with 206 career punts and 9,050 total punt yards.
Way also ranks No. 3 among active punters in the NCAA with a 43.9 yards per punt average.
His career average currently ranks No. 1 in OU history with a season left to play, just ahead of Jeff Ferguson (1998-01) at 42.5 ypp.
With three of them against UTEP (9/1), Way has 61 punts of 50+ yards in his career to set the OU program record.
Ferguson previously held the record with 52.
Way's 58.8 average against Oklahoma State on 11/28/09 is the highest in a game in program history.
In 2011, Way has played a central role in field position with 34 of 63 punts downed inside the 20. Only six of Way's punts resulted in a touchback.
In 2010, Way had 19 boots of 50+ yards with 18 inside the 20 and an average of 44.0 yards on 73 kicks. His average ranked No. 20 nationally, but he had more attempts than anyone ahead of him on that list.
HUNNICUTT THROUGH THE UPRIGHTS
Returning kicker Michael Hunnicutt came into the starting role as a freshman last season. Despite not playing in two games...
Hunnicutt made 21 field goals, tying the OU single-season record set by Tim Duncan in 2001.
The total also tied him for the 13th-most conversions in the nation in 2011.
His 118 total points (21 FG, 55 XP) ranked No. 10 on the OU season scoring list.
Hunnicutt broke the OU freshman field goal record (16, Trey DiCarlo, 2002) and tied the OU freshman scoring record (Jimmy Stevens, 2008).
Hunnicutt became the first kicker in OU history to hit four field goals in two different games (Kansas, 10/15/11; Iowa State, 11/26/11).
Among kickers who made 20 or more field goals last season, Hunicutt ranked ranked No. 5 with an 87.5 (21-of-24) conversion percentage.
Hunnicutt tied with two other kickers for the most field goals made between 20-29 yards with 11.
He made a 53-yard field goal at Kansas State (10/29/11), which tied for the longest kick under Bob Stoops. Garrett
Hartley also hit a 53-yarder vs. Utah State on 9/15/07.
WHAT CAN BROWN DO FOR YOU?
Senior wide receiver Justin Brown has shown his playmaking ability on both offense and special teams in 2012.
Brown returned three punts for a career-high 102 yards against Florida A&M (9/8), which tied for the 19th-most punt return yards in a game in Oklahoma history.
Brown's 102 total punt return yards made him the 12th player under Stoops with 100 or more punt return yards in a game and the first player since Ryan Broyles had 209 yards vs. Oklahoma State (11/28/09) to do so.
A 62-yard punt return in the second quarter was a career long for Brown, besting a 43-yard return earlier in the game in the first quarter. It was the longest by a Sooner since Ryan Broyles' 87-yard punt return vs. Oklahoma State (11/28/09).
Brown became the 11th player in OU history to have three separate plays of 40 yards or more (46-yard reception, 43-yard punt return, 62-yard punt return) and the first since Ryan Broyles had two punt returns and a reception of over 40 yards against Oklahoma State (11/28/09). It's the 12th time an OU player has accomplished the feat overall.