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OU football: Sooners' win at Texas Tech by the numbers

Seth McGowan (1) and Brian Darby (16) celebrate after an OU touchdown Saturday at Texas Tech. [Michael C. Johnson/USA TODAY Sports]
Seth McGowan (1) and Brian Darby (16) celebrate after an OU touchdown Saturday at Texas Tech. [Michael C. Johnson/USA TODAY Sports]

The Sooners trailed 7-0 early Saturday night in Lubbock before steamrolling Texas Tech 62-28 for their third consecutive win. Here are some of the key numbers:

3: Rushing touchdowns for the Sooners this season against teams not from Texas (Missouri State, Kansas State, Iowa State).

11: Rushing touchdowns for the Sooners this season against teams from Texas (UT, TCU and Texas Tech).

11: Consecutive games against Texas Tech in which the Sooners scored at least 38 points. It ties a streak that OU had against the long-defunct Kingfisher College from 1908-1919.

42: Unanswered points from the Sooners in about 14 minutes of game time after falling behind 7-0 in the first quarter.

48: First-half points by OU, its most in a half since dropping 49 on Nebraska in the first half of a 62-28 win in 2008.

87: Rushing yards for OU's Rhamondre Stevenson in his first game of 2020 after serving a six-game suspension from the NCAA.

105: Receiving yards for OU's Theo Wease, setting a career high on five catches.

213: Rushing yards for the Sooners, setting a season high, with Stevenson and Seth McGowan (58 yards on 10 carries) leading the way.

Jeff Patterson, Sports editor

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<strong>Oklahoma's Austin Stogner celebrates a touchdown catch with Drake Stoops during the first half of the team's NCAA college football game against Texas Tech on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020, in Lubbock, Texas. (AP Photo/Mark Rogers)</strong>

Oklahoma's Austin Stogner celebrates a touchdown catch with Drake Stoops during the first half of the team's NCAA college football game against Texas Tech on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020, in Lubbock, Texas. (AP Photo/Mark Rogers)

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Jeff Patterson

Jeff Patterson is the sports editor of The Oklahoman. A native of Lexington, Kentucky, he allegedly once told his father on a childhood trip passing through Oklahoma that he would one day live there. He doesn't recall this, but he fulfilled that... Read more ›

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