- Brandon Chatmon, ESPN Staff Writer
It would have been easy for Oklahoma to suffer a letdown against Kansas. Instead, Jayhawks fans wish the Sooners would would have let up in OU’s 52-7 win at Owen Field on Saturday. Quarterback Landry Jones was superb, the OU defense was dominant and the special teams did something that had never been done in program history.
Receiver Kenny Stills' 44-yard touchdown catch
The Sooners' first touchdown pretty much sums up the game. After a play-action fake to running back Damien Williams, Jones threw a beautiful pass to Stills right over the shoulder of KU cornerback JaCorey Shepherd. Three of Stills' six catches came on that scoring drive.
A closer look at the play shows why this game turned into a blowout:
Shepherd gave Stills a 10-yard cushion and still got beaten deep.
Jones made an terrific throw right onto the hands of Stills with Shepherd in position to make a play if the throw had been underthrown.
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