OSU's Record-Breaking Night

A list of the records that Oklahoma State set in Saturday night's 65-28 victory over Tulsa.

** The 722 yards of total offense are the most in school history, breaking the previous record of 717 yards against Kansas (1988).

** Brandon Weeden's five touchdowns in the first half ties the OSU record set in 2003 when Josh Fields hit Rashaun Woods for five in the first half against SMU.

** Weeden's 328 passing yards in the first half are the most passing yards in a half in school history.

** Weeden's 409 passing yards ranks as the fourth highest single-game passing total in school history, and his 407 total offensive yards ranks as the fifth highest in school history.

** OSU's 574 team passing yards are the highest single-game total in school history, surpassing the previous mark of 430 yards against Texas in 2007.

** OSU's eight passing touchdowns are the most ever in a game, breaking the record of seven set in 2003 against SMU, all thrown by Josh Fields and caught by Rashaun Woods.

** OSU's 31 completed passes are a school record, breaking the previous record of 30 set against Texas in 2007 and Colorado in 2000.

** OSU's 171 points through the first three games are the most in school history in the modern era, breaking the 160 points scored in the first game of the 1988 season, and the highest since OSU recorded 207 points in the first three games in 1916.

** Justin Blackmon's 174 receiving yards rank as the 13th highest single-game total in school history.

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