Game ball goes to: Slot receiver Ryan Broyles--The Sooner star set the OU all-time record at 32 career touchdowns with his third scoring grab of the day, an 8-yard reception at the 5:53 mark in the third quarter. He also had touchdown catches of 18 and 29 yards on the day, part of his 119-yard performance that also broke a couple of other records, including most receptions in a season (94) and receptions in a career (229), which were previously at 89 and 221, respectively.
Play of the game: Jones threw that beautiful fade route in the left corner of the end zone to Broyles, who made an acrobatic catch, shattering the record when the game was already completely out of reach for Tech.
It was over when: Jones hit Broyles for their second touchdown between the two on the day, a 29-yard pass early in the second quarter. That made the score 31-7 at the time and really put things out of reach.
Surprise of the game:At no point in the game did House of Pain's "Jump Around" play over the loudspeakers. That famous 2008 game prompted Tech to play it last year, but OU didn't turn around and do it again this time.
The biggest thing we learned: If it couldn't be emphasized enough already, the Sooners are really that much different at home compared to on the road. No matter how bad they play a week before a home game means a win, plain and simple.
The biggest concern: There has to be a rhyme and a reason why there is so much discrepancy between their home and road performances, and so far there is nothing to suggest the Sooners have figured it out.
Streak count: 36 straight home wins, which will last into 2011