TULSA, Okla. - Allen Patrick ran for 145 yards and two touchdowns, Sam Bradford threw two long touchdown passes to Juaquin Iglesias, and No. 4 Oklahoma outraced Tulsa, 62-21, last night.
DeMarco Murray added two touchdown runs and returned a kickoff for another TD.
The Sooners (4-0), the highest-scoring team in the nation, have put up at least 50 points in all four games. That's only the second time in school history they've had such a streak - they also did it in 2003, capped by a 65-13 romp over Texas.
After Tulsa (2-1) quickly moved downfield following an interception for an early lead, the Sooners scored on their next five possessions.
Patrick scored on a 29-yard burst, and later pushed through from the 1 to make it 35-14.
Paul Smith threw for two scores and ran for another to lead Tulsa, which scored more touchdowns than Oklahoma's first three opponents combined.