Oklahoma's Sam Bradford finished with 199 yards passing in the first quarter, a new school record that eclipsed former Heisman Trophy winner Jason White's mark of 184 against Baylor in 2003. -Trae Thompson
Oklahoma was forced to punt on its last drive and Brandon Caleb made a catch right in front of the endzone, pinning TCU at its own 1. The Horned Frogs, however, have put together a remarkable drive and have a first down at their 45. -Trae
Oklahoma's offense took a page from Gary Patterson's playbook: It chewed up the clock. The Sooners had a 13-play, 80 yard drive, which was capped by Chris Brown's one yard run to give Oklahoma a 14-3 lead. TCU looked outclassed and completely undisciplined on that drive. -Trae
Leading 56-20 before halftime, Rice just called one of those Mike Shanahan-esque timeouts just as UNT kicker Jeremy Knott let fly what should have been a 42-yard field goal. As UNT's kick team lined up, Rice tried to freeze Knott with the more traditional timeout, and then coach David Bailiff pulled the "gotcha."
Suffice to say, Knott's re-attempt was either blocked or kicked into the pile -- who knows? -- and it's probably a foregone conclusion UNT is either the worst or near rock bottom in special teams nationally.