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Oklahoma @ Kansas St: Notable Stats

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First and foremost, Oklahoma came out with a vengeance and it showed by the way they played. It was a physical game yet still an incomplete game for the Sooners as they have yet to play at a high level for all four quarters. With the way OU has been playing and hopefully continues to play, any team should fear this match up with a one-loss team. Oklahoma is currently the best one-loss team but what changed this saturday? Let's take a looks at some stats:

 

  • Dominique Whaley broke his ankle on the first play from scrimmage and will be out for the season
  • Blake Bell lined up in a bunch formation and scored his first career rushing TD in his home state
  • Jaz Reynolds has come on strong and shows a ton of confidence in his hands while grabbing 2 TD passes
  • Trey Millard had a 61 yard TD run while lined up at tailback which made many fans head toward the doors
  • Oklahoma put up 690 total yards of offense on the respected K-State Defense
  • Landry Jones broke the school career TD mark and currently has 90 TD passes which surpasses Sam Bradford's 88
  • Landry also broke the single game passing yards mark set by himself (tied with Bradford at 468) which now stands 505
  • Ryan Broyles moves into first in Big XII receiving yards with 4,499 career yards up to this point
  • Collin Klein was sacked 7 times, six of those in the second half
  • The Sooners rattled off 44 unanswered points
  • Michael Hunnicutt squeaked a 53-yard FG through the uprights
  • No points were left on the field as OU went 5-of-5 in the RZ...all touchdowns!
  • Oklahoma keeps it's winning streak in Manhattan alive and has not lost there since 1996
  • The Sooner defense limited KSU to 32 total yards and four first downs in the second half
  • Roy Finch continues to average just under 7 ypc this season on limited touches