Frank Alexander shined in his first start at defensive end in place of Auston English, who is expected to miss at least two more weeks with a sprained knee. Alexander had two tackles and was a perpetual menace to the Texas A&M backfield. For his efforts, Alexander was named one of the defensive players of the game. The Sooners, however, lost another defensive end to injury. Stoops said after the game that senior Alan Davis suffered a sprained knee. "We don't have any depth right now," said defensive coordinator Brent Venables, who initially ruled out pulling the redshirt off freshman defensive end R.J. Washington. For now, the Sooners will go with starters Jeremy Beal and Alexander, and hope someone else emerges before Nov. 22 when Texas Tech travels to Norman. It's a girl The Venables family added a new member. Julie Venables, wife of the defensive coordinator, gave birth to a girl at Norman Regional Hospital on Friday. “It's awesome,” Brent Venables said. Julie Venables went into labor 4 a.m. Friday. Since the team left early Friday, Stoops arranged for a private plane to bring Brent to Texas later in the day. The Venables already have two sons, Jake and Tyler. Sooners have scoring options Saturday marked the eighth time five or more Sooners have scored a touchdown this season. Sam Bradford, Chris Brown, Ryan Broyles, Matt Clapp, Juaquin Iglesias and DeMarco Murray all crossed the goal line at Kyle Field. OU getting the point across OU's 66 points were the most scored by a Texas A&M opponent at Kyle Field. The previous high was 57 points by Texas in 1977. OU also owns the record for most points ever scored against the Aggies: a 77-0 win in Norman in 2003. Flying high Saturday's pregame festivities featured a flyover by pilots from Navy Strike Fighter Squadron 32 and Navy Strike Fighter Squadron 105, both out of Naval Air Station Oceana located in Chesapeake, Va. The pilots flew the Navy's latest strike fighter, the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet. It was the third time this season Sooner fans saw a flyover before an OU game. The first came in Norman before the second game of the season, when the Sooners faced Cincinnati. The other came in the form of a B-52 bomber before OU-Texas. A&M’s senior sent off Saturday was Senior Day at Kyle Field. Texas A&M recognized 26 seniors prior to kickoff. Among those included Aggie fullback Jorvorskie Lane and quarterback Stephen McGee, who has been sidelined most of this season with a shoulder injury. Lane scored a touchdown, and McGee passed for 82 yards in relief for starter Jerrod Johnson.