Oklahoma eclipses 2006 Hawaii team to set record
The Sooners had something to prove in the Big 12 title game -- that they belong in the BCS championship. They did so and, in the process, broke the single-season NCAA scoring record. A look at teams they passed:
The Sooners went into the matchup with Missouri trailing Hawaii's 2006 record of 656 points by 16. Oklahoma scored 10 points in the first quarter against the Tigers, and broke the record 2:04 into the second on a 10-yard pass from Sam Bradford to Juaquin Iglesias.
Oklahoma then cruised to a 62-21 victory over Missouri to win the Big 12 title and advance to the BCS title game in Miami.
The Sooners didn't slow down after that, scoring three more touchdowns in the second quarter to lead 38-7 at halftime.
Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press
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