Baker Mayfield threw for 487 yards and four touchdowns and ran for another 85 yards and two scores to power No. 16 Oklahoma over Tulsa 52-38 on Saturday in a game that totaled nearly 1,400 yards of offense.
Mayfield set a school record with 572 total yards. He got plenty of help in a game that featured touchdowns galore. Samaje Perine ran for 152 yards, Sterling Shepard caught eight passes for 144 yards and Mark Andrews caught two TD passes for the Sooners (3-0).
Tulsa (2-1) stuck with the Sooners for much of the game with Dane Evans throwing for 427 yards and four touchdowns and Keyarris Garrett catching 14 passes for 189 yards.
Oklahoma led 31-24 at halftime. The teams combined for 863 yards in the first half, the most in a first half since Fresno State at San Jose State combined for 1002 in a 2013 game.
Tulsa and Oklahoma combined for 1,376 yards.
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