Ryan Broyles catches 3 TDs as OU wins Sun Bowl, 31-27

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EL PASO, Texas — Oklahoma's Ryan Broyles had three touchdown receptions and the Sooners won their first bowl game since 2005, holding off Stanford in a physical 31-27 win.
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