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Sights and Sounds from the sidelines of Kivisto Field

There was very little about Oklahoma's 34-19 victory that could be described as normal.
Other than the fact that Oklahoma left Lawrence with a 6-1 record and their ninth consecutive victory over the Jayhawks.
After a slow start offensively for the third consecutive game, senior Jaz Reynolds caught his first touchdown reception since 2011. Overdue for Reynolds, who spent 2012 serving a suspension, and even more so for quarterback Blake Bell whose struggles have been well documented.
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SoonerScoop.com's most popular video feature Sights and Sounds takes you to the sidelines of the University of Kansas Memorial Stadium as Oklahoma improved to 59-1 under Bob Stoops when rushing for over 200-yards.
The win moved Oklahoma up six spots in the Coaches/USA Today poll to No. 12 overall. While moving up one spot from its previous weeks No. 18 position in the Associated Press Top 25.
Debuting at No. 15 in the Bowl Championship Series Oklahoma 6-1 (3-1) will host No. 10 Texas Tech 7-0 (4-0) Saturday at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium.
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