Sunday, November 8, 2009

Post Game: OU vs Nebraska Articles and Notes

Over a year since last opponent scored TD in 1st quarter: Oklahoma has not allowed a single point in the first quarter in 11 straight games dating back to last season (Missouri and Florida). The Sooners have allowed only three first-quarter points in the last 15 games. Kansas State was the last opponent to score a TD in the first quarter (Oct. 25, 2008). (PR)

Jones ties school record for pass attempts: Landry Jones 58 pass attempts ties a school record for pass attempts in game. Josh Heupel also had 58 pass attempts against Colorado in 1999.

Oklahoma last game without a TD: Oklahoma's three total points marked the lowest scoring total in the Stoops' era, surpassing the seven points in the 35-7 2003 Big 12 Championship loss to Kansas State. The game also marked the first time that OU had failed to score a touchdown since a 29-0 loss at Texas A&M in 1998. (PR)

McCoy consecutive starts: Gerald McCoy made his 36th consecutive start Saturday night to put the junior in a tie with Rick Bryan (1980-83) and Bob Slater (1981-83) for the second-longest consecutive streak start for interior defensive linemen.

Brown enters top 10 in rushing yards: Chris Brown moved to No. 10 on the career rushing yards chart with 50 yards Saturday. Brown now has 2,734 career yards. Lydell Carr (1984-87) ranks ninth with 2,910 yards. Brown also ranks eighth with 577 career rushing attempts. De'Mond Parker (1996-98) is seventh with 579 attempts.

OU report card: Mixed reviews of Sooners' performance: The Oklahoman

Landry Jones intercepted 5 times as Nebraska upsets Oklahoma: The Oklahoman

OU's kicking struggles continue as Tress Way misses 3 field goals: The Oklahoman

Bad year for OU gets worse in Lincoln: The Oklahoman

OU's collapse a team effort: Tulsa World

U-G-L-Y: Sooners look bad in loss: Tulsa World

Offense lets OU down in Nebraska: Tulsa World

Finishing problems: The Norman Transcript

Can some of these guys suit up?: The Omaha World-Herald

‘Unsound' offense plagues Sooners: The Omaha World-Herald

Nebraska intercepts OU's Jones 5 times in 10-3 win: Washington Post
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