Here is a look at Oklahoma's 41-31 win over Kansas State by the numbers:
1: Bob Stoops' rank all-time in Oklahoma football history after notching the 158th victory of his career on Saturday.
9: Third-down conversions on 15 attempts for the Sooners. The Wildcats were only 3 of 9.
24: Yards rushing for Kansas State, the least allowed by the OU defense since 2009 against Baylor. The Wildcats came into the game averaging 193.3 yards a game.
40: Consecutive wins for the Sooners when they are leading at half, the second-longest streak in the nation.
200: Yards rushing for Sooner running back Brennan Clay, which surpassed his previous career high of 170.
278: Yards receiving for Wildcat receiver and Tulsa native Tyler Lockett, a school record.
440: All-purpose yards for Lockett, also a school record.