Lawerence, Kansas –
Oklahoma won big despite turning the ball over three times to the Jawhawks here in Lawerence. Even still the Sooners offensive juggernaut continued to roll, and in the end Ryan Broyles had a record breaking night.
In the first half, WR Ryan Broyles went deep on a post route and torched the secondary. QB Landry Jones hit him in stride for 57 yard TD. But Broyles earned more than the TD on the play. With that catch, Broyles became the NCAA’s All-Time leading receiver in terms of receptions. Broyles finished the stellar night with 13 grabs for 217 yards.
For his part, Jones wasn’t just throwing to Mr. Broyles. Jones finished with 363 yards and 3 TDs. While 2 were to Broyles, he did hit WR Kenny Stills early in the contest on a 17 yarder.
Dom Whaley also contributed with 165 yards and a TD. Roy Finch also scored a TD.
From there, the defense held the Jawhawks to only 9 first downs and kept them a staggering 3-17 on third down conversions.
The Sooners return home in their next game looking to extend their home winning streak against the Texas Tech Red Raiders.
With the win, the Sooners are now 6-0 on the season, and look to control their destiny for post season play.
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