By the Numbers

Check out some of the key ones from OU's 47-41 victory.

468: Sophomore quarterback Landry Jones' passing yards on 37 completions against Oklahoma State, which is tied for the most yards in a game in school history. Former OU quarterback Sam Bradford threw for the same amount of yards against Kansas at home during the 2008 season.

9: The amount of times the Sooners have had 10 or more victories during the Bob Stoops era.

23: The amount of points the Sooners scored in the fourth quarter. It is the highest scoring output they have had in the final frame this season.

4: Junior kicker Jimmy Stevens made all four of his field goal attempts (from 29, 24, 31 and 26 yards) against Oklahoma State. The four makes ties a career-high. The last time he made four in one game was against Baylor in 2009.

34: Junior wide receiver Ryan Broyles upped his career touchdowns total to 34 after finding the end zone in the second quarter. The number is the most of career touchdowns among active BCS players.

1,053: The amount of career rushing yards senior running back DeMarco Murray has gained following the 80 he added on against Oklahoma State on Saturday. This is Murray's second 1,000-yard season, with his first coming in 2008 when he rushed for 1,002 yards.

8: After defeating Oklahoma State, the Sooners end the season in a three-way tie with the Cowboys and Texas A&M but should win the tie breaker following tomorrow's BCS standings. If all goes according to plan, OU should be ranked the highest and be given an eighth trip to the Big 12 Championship game.


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