No. 1 Sooners roll past Tulsa, 47-14

Landry Jones re-established his connection
with All-American receiver Ryan Broyles, Dominique Whaley ran for
four scores in his debut and top-ranked Oklahoma beat Tulsa 47-14
Saturday night.
Jones threw for 375 yards, Broyles came up just shy of his own
school receptions record with 14 for 158 yards and the Sooners
(1-0) extended the nation's longest home winning streak with their
37th straight win on Owen Field.
Broyles' 4-yard touchdown catch put Oklahoma up 30-0 with 4:23
left before halftime, and Tulsa (0-1) never mounted a challenge in
Bill Blankenship's first game as head coach.
The Sooners opened at No. 1 for the first time since 2003, and
had held the top spot for only two weeks over the past seven

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