It was the year 2010. Landry Jones commanded an Oklahoma Sooners team consisting of skill players such as the record setting Ryan Broyles, Kenny Stills, and DeMarco Murray. With all of these at his disposal, Jones hurled the ball all over the field against the young secondary of the Texas Tech Red Raiders.
With just over five minutes to play in the first quarter with a 10-7 lead, Jones dropped back eyeing the field. Quickly finding Stills who had beaten his defender deep, the ball fell into his hands. Crossing the goal line, Stills picked up a 59 yard touchdown pushing the lead out to ten.
Jones amassed 300 yards during the outing on 22-of-29 passing attempts. The effort marked the seventh 300+ passing yard game for the quarterback that season. In the receiving game, Broyles stole the show with eight receptions for 118 yards. But, Stills found himself with four catches for 86 yards showcasing himself as a deep threat.