Bedlam by the numbers: Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden sets another record
Here's a look at Oklahoma State's 44-10 win over Oklahoma by the numbers:
1: Bedlam win for OSU more lopsided than 44-10. The Cowboys won 47-0 in 1945.
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2: Single-season records set by OSU. Brandon Weeden broke his own record for passing yards (4,328) and Justin Blackmon broke his own record for catches (113). Weeden threw for 4,277 yards in 2010, when Blackmon had 111 catches.
2: Straight 11-victory seasons for OSU. Before 2010, the Cowboys never had won more than 10.
2: Touchdown drives of less than one minutes for OSU, giving the Cowboys 20 this season.
6: Home wins for OSU, in six games. This is OSU's first perfect home season since 1984.
58: Coaching wins for Mike Gundy, tying him for second place in school history with Jim Lookabaugh. Pat Jones leads the list with 62.
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