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Kenny Stills and his receiving group put up huge numbers in the win.
The Sooner wide receivers benefitted from 71 pass attempts and put up some big numbers. Jones threw for over 500 yards and three receivers recorded 100-yard games. Too many drops in the fourth quarter were the only hindrances to a flawless grade.
Jalen Saunders had the best statistical day for Oklahoma. He recorded 10 catches for 162 yards and a score. Saunders made nearly every catch and had a breakout game for Jones as a third option.
Kenny Stills had nine catches for 103 yards and a touchdown, but he had a few drops in the fourth quarter that could have cost his team. Fortunately, the Sooners were able to overcome the drops.
Stills did have a highlight-reel catch at the end of the first half. He tipped the ball to himself and away from a charging defender to reel in a touchdown and tie the game at 24 late in the first half.
Justin Brown was Jones’ favorite target. The two connected on 15 passes for 146 yards. It seemed like every time Jones needed a big third-down conversion, it was Brown on the receiving end.
Brown didn’t find the end zone, but he caught enough first downs to earn his grade.