MENSIK STARTS AT TE, MOVES TO RT
Tight end Eric Mensik made his first start of the season in Saturday's win.
But in the third quarter, Mensik donned a nameless No. 69 jersey and moved to right tackle.
"We don't like to (play Mensik at both positions), but we're in that situation," said Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops.
Jarvis Jones and Brody Eldridge both suffered season-ending injuries in last week's loss to Nebraska, dwindling the Oklahoma offensive line depth.
Mensik did not record a catch, but had a Landry Jones pass thrown his way in the end zone in the third quarter.
Mensik has two career catches for 14 yards.
SOONERS STOP MILLER
Texas A&M defensive end/linebacker Von Miller, the nation's sack leader with 15.5 sacks, never got to Oklahoma's quarterback on Saturday, but he didn't get to much of anything in the Aggie loss.
Miller, who entered the game with 39 tackles, finished with just one assisted tackle.
"Last week, outside of penalties, they did a good job," Stoops said. "But tonight they did a good job...these guys protected great."
OWEN FIELD STILL 'HOME OF THE...SOONERS'
Oklahoma fans had no plans to change their national anthem tradition before Saturday's game.
As loud as they have all season, Oklahoma fans still yelled "Sooners" as the final word to the national anthem, replacing the original word, "brave."
EVANS STARTS AT RG
With Eldridge out for the season with a neck injury and Brian Simmons still recovering from a knee injury suffered against Baylor, freshman Tyler Evans stepped into the starting role at right guard.
Evans night was penalty-free, but he suffered an ankle injury during the game.
O-LINE STILL JUMPY
Stoops expressed frustration earlier this week at the offensive line's mental mistakes against Nebraska.
But in Saturday's win, little changed.
Oklahoma's line was penalized four times for false starts, including two by Tavaris Jeffries that came just two plays apart.
"That really disappoints me, that part of the game, that we still don't play as smart as we can," Stoops said.
CALEB OUT AGAIN
Junior receiver Brandon Caleb has still been unable to return from an ankle injury suffered against Kansas State. Caleb has dressed in pads for the Sooners past two games, but hasn't made it on the field.
Oklahoma saw little success with the Wildcat in its season-opening loss to Brigham Young, but the formation returned against Texas A&M more than it had all season. Junior running back DeMarco Murray took the snap each time, and never threw from the formation.
"I loved it, we picked up some good yards and it set us up for other things," Murray said. "Hopefully we'll continue to do it."