Representing Norman: Both running back Mossis Madu and wide receiver Ryan Broyles, two products of Norman High, scored touchdowns in the first half. Each scored again in the second half, too. While many local stars have produced for the Sooners through the years, Saturday marked the first time that two former Norman High players scored in the same game. Broyles scored on receptions of 4 and 77 yards. Madu ran for his touchdowns, covering 1 and 3 yards. Crimson crowd: OU fans showed up in force for the trek to the Pacific Northwest. Among a strong showing of 67,716 at 72,500-seat Husky Stadium was a distinct color of crimson, with an estimated 10,000 Sooner fans in attendance. Snap decision: Washington center Juan Garcia had a rough day, dribbling a number of his shotgun snaps along the ground to Huskies quarterback Jake Locker. The snap problems made a difficult day even more troubling for Locker, who didn't need any additional hassles while dealing with a hard-charging Sooner defense. Club 50: The Sooners have now hit the 50-point mark in each of their three games. They've scored 57, 52 and 55 points for a total of 164 points. Bradford on target: OU quarterback Sam Bradford 304 yards to break the 300-yard mark for the second straight game and the fourth time in his career. He completed 18 of 21 passes without an interception. He also passed for five touchdowns, matching his career-best total from the Cincinnati game. Bradford moved into fourth place in career 300-yard games behind Cale Gundy, Josh Heupel and Jason White. Coffee talk: Among the refreshment specialties at Husky Stadium: Starbucks coffees, hot and iced, mochas and lattes, with and without whipped cream. No big surprise in Seattle, home of the Starbucks brand in a city where caffeinated beverages are king. And lines were long. A hot Starbucks brew even flowed in the press box, to the delight of Big 12 commissioner Dan Beebe. “Starbucks coffee, can't beat that,” Beebe said.