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Murray scores four times as Sooners pull away from K-State

Manhattan, KS (Sports Network) - DeMarco Murray ran for a pair of touchdowns and caught two of Sam Bradford's three scoring passes, as fourth-ranked Oklahoma used a late second-quarter surge to pull away for a 58-35 win over Kansas State.

Murray finished with 104 yards on 17 carries and caught four passes for 63 yards, while Chris Brown ran for 142 yards on 20 attempts with a score in the victory. Oklahoma rolled up 273 yards on the ground.

"DeMarco and Chris had great days," said Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops. "I thought our line blocking did a nice job both protecting and being physical running the football. It really makes a difference."

Bradford also ran for a score and threw for 255 yards while completing just 13-of-32 throws for the Sooners (7-1, 3-1 Big 12), who rung up a school-record 55 first-half points and have won back-to-back games in convincing fashion after their loss to Texas in the Red River Rivalry. Oklahoma blitzed Kansas last week, 45-31.

Josh Freeman connected on 29-of-51 passes for a career-high 478 yards with three touchdowns and three interceptions for Kansas State (4-4, 1-3), which has lost two in a row. Logan Dold ran for a touchdown and threw for a score in defeat.

Kansas State outgained Oklahoma 550-528, but an eight-minute span at the conclusion of the second quarter proved to be the difference.

After the Wildcats reeled off 21 straight points to tie the game at 28-28, the Sooners countered with four touchdowns in the final eight minutes of the half to take control.

Oklahoma responded to Kansas State's 97-yard game-tying drive with an 80-yard march to regain the lead. The Sooners faced 4th-and-6 from the K-State 24 and decided to go for the first down. Bradford hit Juaquin Iglesias, who had dropped the previous pass, for 14 yards, then found Murray out of the backfield for a 10-yard scoring strike on the next play for a 35-28 lead.

Kansas State then turned the ball over, as Brandon Banks fumbled after a reception, and the Sooners quickly increased their lead. Bradford capped a 42- yard drive with a 29-yard touchdown pass to Jermaine Gresham, but Jimmy Stevens missed the extra point and Oklahoma led 41-28.

The Wildcats' meltdown continued just three plays after the kickoff, as Freeman had a screen pass intercepted by Dominique Franks. He returned the pick 10 yards to the Kansas State 15 and Murray did the rest with runs of 11 and four yards, the latter for the touchdown and 48-28 cushion with 2:42 to play in the half.

"After it was tied our guys really responded and came up with some key turnovers," Stoops added. "The offense clicked, moved the football and scored points. The end of the half we really had a flurry that really separated us."

Oklahoma wasn't done, though, as the defense forced a quick punt and Ryan Broyles returned it 68 yards untouched for another touchdown. Freeman then fumbled near midfield with 1:03 left in the half and the Sooners reached the K-State 36 before a penalty pushed them back and a desperation heave toward the end zone fell incomplete as the half came to an end.

"At 28-28 we felt we were in a pretty good spot there," said K-State head coach Ron Prince. "We thought a kicking game play, a blocked punt or something of that nature might happen for us, and it happened against us. Those are the things we can't have; those are the places and areas we have to have an advantage."

The 55 points set an Oklahoma record for a first half and matched a school mark for any half. The Sooners also scored 55 in the second half of a 76-0 rout of Kansas State in 1942.

Things calmed down dramatically in the second half of this game, as the teams managed a mere 10 points.

Kansas State missed a field goal on its first possession of the third quarter and drove 37 yards for a touchdown on its second after a blocked punt. Dold ran five times on the eight-play drive, scoring on a five-yard run to pull the Wildcats within 55-35 with 5:29 to play in the third quarter.

After a trade of punts, Oklahoma tacked on three points with a 21-yard field goal by Stevens early in the fourth quarter.

Kansas State followed with another march inside the Oklahoma 10-yard line, but after Freeman gained eight yards to the one on second down, he couldn't get into the end zone on the next carry and threw incomplete on fourth down.

Freeman was picked off on K-State's next series and the following possession ended with a fourth-down incomplete pass at the Oklahoma 41, essentially ending the game.

"It is frustrating on how we came out and played in the second half," said Bradford. "But any time you can go on the road and get a win, you have to be happy."

The Wildcats were moving the ball on the game's opening series, but Freeman was picked off by Travis Lewis near midfield and he returned the interception to the Kansas State 26-yard line. Murray did all the work from there, carrying the ball on each of the next five plays and scoring on a three-yard run to give Oklahoma an early 7-0 lead.

Kansas State went three-and-out and Oklahoma answered with another quick scoring march. Bradford keyed this five-play drive with a 48-yard pass to Iglesias on 3rd-and-11, then capped it with a one-yard run for a touchdown and a 14-0 lead midway through the first quarter.

Deon Murphy gave the Wildcats some life when he returned the ensuing kickoff 75 yards to the Oklahoma 20-yard line. Murphy then hauled in an eight-yard scoring pass from Dold on a halfback option to put K-State on the board.

The Wildcats tried to sustain the momentum and went for a surprise onside kick, but the Sooners recovered at the Kansas State 48 and needed only two plays to extend their lead.

After Brown ripped off a 37-yard run, Bradford found Murray with a 16-yard touchdown pass to make it 21-7 with 5:25 to play in the first.

Bradford got the ball right back after a Kansas State punt and again needed just two plays to reach the end zone. He threw a 48-yard pass to Quentin Chaney on first down, then watched Brown score on an 11-yard run to increase the cushion to 28-7.

Kansas State, though, answered just as quickly. Two plays after the ensuing kickoff, Banks took a swing pass from Freeman and turned it into a 77-yard touchdown.

Oklahoma was finally forced to punt and the Wildcats took advantage by scoring on their next possession. Freeman converted 3rd-and-6 with a 26-yard pass to Murphy then found Jeron Mastrud for a 29-yard score on the next play to draw K-State within seven just over a minute into the second period.

The Sooners then pinned the Wildcats back at their own three-yard line with a punt, but Freeman was unfazed and five plays later had his team in the end zone with the tying score. An 18-yard pass allowed K-State to escape the shadow of its own goal line and a 61-yard connection with Ernie Pierce set up Freeman's nine-yard scoring toss to Murphy, knotting the contest at 28-28 with eight minutes to play in the half.

Game Notes

Bradford entered the contest converting 71 percent of his passes and the 40 percent rate in this game was the lowest of his career...Oklahoma played without receiver Manuel Johnson, who suffered an elbow injury last week...Freeman's passing total is second-best in Kansas State history. Chad May holds the record with 489 yards against Nebraska in 1993...Pierce finished with 11 catches for 176 yards, while Banks hauled in five passes for 145 yards and Murphy caught seven balls for 94...Oklahoma has won the last three meetings and leads the all-time series 69-17-4...Oklahoma's previous record for first half points was 52 in 1978 against Rice.

10/25/2008 6:44:52 PM