Sooners Host Iowa State

NORMAN, Okla – Oklahoma (No. 6 AP, No. 6 /USA Today Coaches) and Iowa State meet in Norman for OU’s Homecoming. The Sooners, who owns a seven-game winning streak and are 5-0 for the seventh time in Bob Stoops’ 12 season, are fresh
off their only bye week of the season. Before that, they knocked off then-No. 21 Texas, 28-20, in the 105th edition of the Red River Rivalry at Dallas’ Cotton Bowl. The Cyclones entertained Utah last week and dropped a 68-27 decision.

The Series
Oklahoma leads its series with Iowa State by a count of 67-5-2 and has won the last 11 in a row. The Sooners lead in games played at Norman , 34-3-1.

The Coaches
• Oklahoma: Bob Stoops (Iowa ‘83) is 122-29 in his 12th season. He is 78-17 vs. the Big 12, 43-12 vs. the Big 12 South, 35-5 vs. the Big 12 North, 6-1 in the Big 12 title game, 44-12 vs. non-conference opponents, 69-2 at home, 33-14 on the road, 20-13 on neutral fi elds, 38-16 vs. ranked opponents, 5-0 against Iowa State.
• Iowa State: Paul Rhoads (Missouri Western ‘89) is 10-9 in his second season at Iowa State, 0-0 vs. Oklahoma.

The OU Football Program
• Oklahoma’s all-time record stands at 804-302-53 in 116 seasons. Since , OU leads the nation with 564 victories.
• The Sooners have captured seven national championships (1950, 1955, 1956, 1974, 1975, 1985, 2000).
• Oklahoma has 43 bowl appearances (No. 7 nationally) with 25 bowl victories (No. 4 nationally).
• OU has 42 conference titles, including three of the last four Big 12 crowns and six overall (no other team has more than three).
• Oklahoma has produced 150 All-Americans and five Heisman Trophy winners. Sooners have also won the Bednarik (1), Butkus (4), Walter Camp (4), Lombardi (3), Maxwell (2), Nagurski (2), O’Brien (3), (Outland (5), Tatupu (1), Thorpe
(3) and Unitas (1) Awards.
• Oklahoma leads the nation with 31, 10-win seasons.

Updated 10-12-2010

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