RECORDS

Oil Bowl Records

HIGHEST COMBINES SCORE:   66 points in 38-28 Texas win in 1970

TOTAL TD PASSES IN ONE GAME:  9 in 1970 (5 for Texas and 4 for Oklaoma

TOTAL OFFENSE FOR ONE TEAM:  539 yards by Texas in 1970

LEAST RUSHING FOR ONE TEAM:  minus one yard by Oklahoma in 1947

MOST RUSHING (COMBINED TEAMS): 486 IN 1959

MOST PASSES (COMBINED TEAMS): 517 YDS. IN 1970

TOTAL OFFENSE (COMBINED TEAMS): 797 YDS. IN 1970

MOST FIRST DOWNS (ONE TEAM):  32 by Texas in 1967

LARGEST GATE:  20,000 in 1971

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OKLAHOMA OIL BOWL RECORDS

LEADING RUSHER:  Freddie Hurd, Ardmore (1967), 166 yards, 18 carries

LEADING PASSER:  Pat Ryan, Putnam City (1973), 192 yards

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE:  Tony Brantley, Putnam City (1972), 18 of 27 for 66.6%

MOST TD PASSES:  Brent Blackman, Tulsa (1970), 4

LONGEST PASS COMPLETION:  Ken Stockdale, Ardmore,
to Gary Moore (1963), 83 yards

LONGEST RUN FROM SCRIMMAGE:  Freddie Hurd, Ardmore (1976), 77 yards

TOTAL OFFENSE FOR INDIVIDUAL:  Ken Stockdale (1963), 155 yards

LEADING PASS RECEIVER:  Preston Carpenter, Muskogee (1952), 122 yards.

HIGHEST SCORE:  42 points in 1997

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY:  31 points in 2005

SHUTOUTS:  None

MOST INTERCEPTIONS BY INDIVIDUAL:  Jim Rinehart, Frederick (1948),
Don Derrick, Oklahoma City (1959) and Tony Banfield, Broken Arrow (1956),
Robert Lavender, Lawton Ike, Chris Pollard, Lawton Ike (1991) – 2 each

MOST INTERCEPTIONS PER TEAM:  5 in 1948

LONGEST PUNT RETURN:  Chris Massey, Spiro (1999) 57 yards

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TEXAS OIL BOWL RECORDS

LEADING RUSHER:  James Dixon, Vernon (1985), 153 yards

LEADING PASSER:  Tim Trimmier, SA Lee (1970), 327 yards;
Jack Mildren, Abilene Cooper (1968, 251 yards

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE:  Jack Mildren (1968), 15 of 19 for 78.9%

MOST TD PASSES:  Jack Mildren (1968), 4 and Tim Trimmier (1970, 4

LONGEST PASS COMPLETION:  J. J. Joe, Arlington Lamar to
Mike Davis, Copperas Cove (1989) 73 yards

LONGEST RUN FROM SCRIMMAGE:  Dal Watson, Odessa Permian (1985), 74 yards

TOTAL OFFENSE FOR INDIVIDUAL:  Charles Milstead (1956), 372 yards

LEADING PASS RECEIVER:  Tye Strickland, Southlake Carroll (1999), 139 yards

HIGHEST SCORE:  39 points in 1949 and 1968

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY:  37 points in 1946 and 1956

SHUTOUTS:  12

MOST INTERCEPTIONS BY AN INDIVIDUAL:  Lawrence Williams, Wichita Falls (1971), 2;
William Shankle, Willowridge (1989), 2

MOST INTERCEPTIONS BY TEAM:  7 in 1948

LONGEST PUNT RETURN:  Van Ballard, Electra (1946), 65 yards

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