No. 8 Oklahoma beat Cincinnati 31-29

Landry Jones ran an Oklahoma offense moving so
fast that Cincinnati couldn't even line up at times, throwing for
370 yards and two touchdowns, and the eighth-ranked Sooners
withstood a late Bearcats rally Saturday for a 31-29 win that kept
them unbeaten.
Oklahoma (4-0) did a little of everything behind its sophomore
quarterback, who completed a career-high 36 passes in 51 attempts
with one interception. Ryan Broyles had his seventh straight
100-yard receiving game, looking good on the NFL field where
favorite Bengals receiver Chad Ochocinco - who wears the same No.
85 - struts his stuff.
Jones' only interception helped Cincinnati (1-3) make a late
charge. Zach Collaros followed with a 36-yard touchdown pass to
D.J. Woods that cut it to 24Landry Jones ran an Oklahoma offense moving so
fast that Cincinnati couldn't even line up at times, throwing for
370 yards and two touchdowns, and the eighth-ranked Sooners
withstood a late Bearcats rally Saturday for a 31-29 win that kept
them unbeaten.
Oklahoma (4-0) did a little of everything behind its sophomore
quarterback, who completed a career-high 36 passes in 51 attempts
with one interception. Ryan Broyles had his seventh straight
100-yard receiving game, looking good on the NFL field where
favorite Bengals receiver Chad Ochocinco - who wears the same No.
85 - struts his stuff.
Jones' only interception helped Cincinnati (1-3) make a late
charge. Zach Collaros followed with a 36-yard touchdown pass to
D.J. Woods that cut it to 24-22 with 9:45 left.
Woods then fumbled a punt at Cincinnati's 7, setting up Jones'
clinching touchdown pass.
-22 with 9:45 left.
Woods then fumbled a punt at Cincinnati's 7, setting up Jones'
clinching touchdown pass.


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