742 – a new school record for yards in a game, narrowly edging out the old mark of 725 against the fightin’ Griffins in 2010.
0 – if you don’t count the Savannah State game (and really, are we?) or the fumble that OSU didn’t cause today, OSU has forced 0 turnovers this year. When does this become a concern?
8 – OSU scored on all eight of its drives in the first half.
9 – Joe Randle now has nine 100-yard rushing games in his career, including three straight this season. The all-time record is 24 by Terry Miller so we have a long way to go.
40% – on the broadcast the announcers said Gundy told them that this offense runs 40% fewer plays than when he ran it back in the late 1980s. Goes to show you how efficient it really is.
300 – this game marked the first time OSU has ever had two 300-yard passing games from different QBs in the same season (courtesy OSU media relations).
21 – OSU extended its nation-leading streak of scoring 30+ points to 21 straight games.
27 – OSU only plays one game in the next 27 days.
414 – Walsh’s 414 yards of total offense are the 8th best mark in school history.
96 – a new school record for total number of plays in a game. Old one was 95 last year against A&M.
61 – Mike Gundy now stands one win short of Pat Jones’ school record of 62 wins. I think he’ll probably get it.
39 – a new school record for most first downs in a game. Old record was 36 against Baylor and Kansas in 2010.
400 – number of beats per minute my heart rate increased to when I saw Justin Gilbert on the turf.
1 – number of incompletions Wes Lunt has at home (via @osijj – good follow btw)
6:02 – OSU scoring drive in the second quarter, OSU only had two that lasted longer last year.
0:02 – OSU scoring drive in the second quarter, OSU didn’t have any quicker ones last year.
62.3 – number of points OSU is averaging per game, this leads the country and is ahead of the NCAA record of 56 set by Army(!) in 1944(!)
687 – number of yards OSU is averaging per game, this leads the country and is ahead of the NCAA record of 624.9 set by Houston in 1989.
652 - the NCAA record for points scored in a 13-game season, set by OU in 2005. OSU is on pace for 809.
84-38-65 – OSU’s point total in its first three games, eerily similar to the 65-41-65 start to 2010.
89.3 – OSU is averaging 89.3 plays per game, the NCAA record is 92.4 by Notre Dame in 1970.
0 - number of 340+ yard passing games by OSU in the 1990s.
2 – number of 340+ yard passing games by OSU freshmen in the last 7 days.