Game ball goes to: Free safety Javon Harris—He was criticized big time for a poor performance featuring several busts in the season-opener against Tulsa. Harris responded with a two-interception outing, both huge plays, including one in the fourth quarter that basically put the icing on the cake. Harris returned his other 69 yards.
Play of the game: It's hard not to choose the crucial third-and-12 completion from quarterback Landry Jones to slot receiver Ryan Broyles one play earlier, but when Jones found wide receiver Kenny Stills for the 37-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter, OU seized back all the momentum FSU had. That's why it was the play of the game.
It was over when: Place kicker Jimmy Stevens converted a 31-yard field goal to make it 23-13 minutes after Harris' interception. It left the Seminoles with little time and a double-digit deficit.
The biggest thing we learned: OU's road woes are officially behind them. With the conclusion to last year and OU winning four straight away from Norman, compounded with a victory against a Top 5 team tonight, it's safe to say the concerns are over.
The biggest concern: It still has to be the big plays that OU is allowing. Even though it was just one in this game, championship defenses don't allow any major plays.
Streak count: 6 straight wins for the Sooners over the Seminoles after losing their first ever meeting back in 1964