Sooners set several school, Big 12 records in win over Kansas State

Oklahoma set a number of records during Saturday's win, including Landry Jones' school record for single-game passing yards.
BY TRAVIS HANEY Staff Writer Published: October 29, 2011

Oklahoma got back to its winning ways in Manhattan, Kan., on Saturday with a 58-17 win at Kansas State. In the process, the Sooners also set a number of school or league records.

*Quarterback Landry Jones threw for 505 yards, setting a new school record for single-game passing yards. The previous mark was 468 yards, notched by Jones last season at Oklahoma State and Sam Bradford against Kansas in 2008.

*The 505 yards also set the school record for total yards in a game, moving Jones past Bradford's 482 yards in that same game against Kansas in 2008.

*Jones had five passing touchdowns against the Wildcats and now has 90 for his career, moving him past Bradford for the OU career passing touchdowns record. Bradford threw for 88 touchdowns in his career.

*Receiver Ryan Broyles finished with 171 yards, enough to push him past Oklahoma State's Rashaun Woods (2000-03) for the Big 12 career receiving yards record. Broyles now has 4,499 yards – third in NCAA history. Woods had the Big 12 mark, with 4,414 yards.

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