0: Second half points for the Sooners. In the Bob Stoops era OU is just 3-7 when being shut out in a half, and the last two of those times have been against the Aggies.
9: Possessions out of 12 OU came up empty. That included its final eight and all seven in the second half.
10: Wins the Sooners finished with in 2012, making it the 11th such time they've done so since Stoops took over back in 1999. They lead the country all-time in that mark, having done it 34 total times.
13: More minutes the Sooners had the ball than A&M. Most of that came in the first and second quarters, when they controlled the time of possession battle, although to no avail on the scoreboard.
19: Distance of the longest Sooner play from the line of scrimmage. Compare that to A&M's, which included a 35-yard pass and 44-yard run, amongst other huge plays.
41: Points the Sooners allowed. It became the third occurrence in the last four games they've gave up 40 or more.
83: Number of plays the Sooner offense ran to amass their 401-yard total. That was 21 more than their counterpart, who outgained them significantly.
247: Yards punter Tress Way tallied on his five punts. If you're looking for a bright spot on OU, it's that Way went out the right way with three 50-or-more-yard punts.
326: Net rushing yards surrendered by the Sooner defense. Quarterback Johnny Manziel gashed them for 229 of those along with a pair of touchdowns.
633: Yards of total offense OU allowed. With that, they outgained OU by 232.