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Fun Football Facts From 2008: Baylor Bears

Going into conference play Oklahoma’s offense had been unstoppable. In the first four games of the season the Sooners had scored 199 points and in the conference opener Baylor didn’t have an answer either. Oklahoma jumped on the Bears with four first quarter touchdowns and then coasted to an easy 49-17 win. Here are a few fun facts about the game that you may have forgotten.  


  • The Baylor crowd of 37,145 would be the smallest crowd OU would play in front of all season.


  • Oklahoma improved to 18-0 against Baylor and 8-0 in Waco.


  • With its 28 points in the first quarter, Oklahoma equaled its second-highest total for a quarter against Big 12 opponents. OU has reached the plateau three times: Baylor (2000), Texas (2000) and Texas A&M (2003). The highest total was OU’s 35 points in the second quarter in its 77-0 win over Texas A&M in 2003.


  • OU had four different players record rushing touchdowns as Sam Bradford, Chris Brown, Mossis Madu and DeMarco Murray each crossed the goal line throughout the game.


  • With two passing TDs on the day, Sam Bradford moved into second all-time on the Oklahoma career passing TDs list, jumping his position coach, Josh Heupel, with 54 career TDs through the air.


  • Oklahoma WR Juaquin Iglesias moved to second on the OU all-time career receiving yards list with six catches for 133 yards, giving the senior 2,112 career yards. Iglesias grabbed the spot from former Sooner Antwone Savage (1999-02), who had 2,009 yards.


  • Oklahoma needed just 70 seconds to get on the board as Sam Bradford hooked up with Manuel Johnson with a 53-yard touchdown pass with 13:50 remaining in the first. The score marked the earliest of the season for the Sooners.


  • Fullback Matt Clapp doubled his career rushing yardage with seven yards on two carries.

  • Six different Sooners crossed the goal line in Waco.


  • The Oklahoma offense topped the 400-yard mark for the third time in five games with 594 yards.