LUBBOCK, Texas (TNS) — Joe Mixon's numbers were absurd.
Baker Mayfield's were ridiculous.
And Dede Westbrook's numbers--for the fourth consecutive week--were eye-popping.
In Saturday night's 66-59 win over Texas Tech, Oklahoma became the first team in college football history to have a 500-yard passer, a 200-yard rusher and a 200-yard receiver.
While Mixon's and Mayfield's nights were of the career variety, games like this are becoming routine for Westbrook.
Over the Sooners' last four games, the senior receiver has 776 yards and 10 touchdowns.
DINGED UP D-LINE
Oklahoma's defensive line depth continues to take hits.
The Sooners have already been without starting linemen Charles Walker and Matt Dimon for the entirety of Big 12 play and in the first half Saturday lost another big piece up front Saturday night.
Early in the second quarter, junior defensive tackle Matt Romar was injured on Texas Tech's fourth-down conversion run by Patrick Mahomes.
Romar rolled around on the ground for several moments before being tended to by trainers.
Romar eventually needed help to leave the field and didn't put any weight on his left foot as he hopped to the sidelines.
After Romar left, the Sooners went with senior Jordan Wade flanked by freshman Amani Bledsoe and senior Austin Roberts on the defensive line.
Texas Tech scored a touchdown two plays later.
Oklahoma did get some help, though, as redshirt freshman Du'Vonta Lampkin got some playing time on the defensive line in the second half.
Lampkin had been suspended for the first six games of the season.
Redshirt freshman Kenneth Mann also worked his way onto the field.
GREEN FORCED TO SWITCH JERSEYS
On the kickoff after Oklahoma's first touchdown, the Sooners picked up an unusual penalty.
Both Dahu Green and Curtis Bolton were on Oklahoma's kick coverage unit.
Both players wear No. 18, meaning they can't be on the field at the same time.
Oklahoma was flagged for illegal participation.
After the call, Green switched to No. 2 for the rest of the game.
The other two on the Sooners roster is backup cornerback P.J. Mbanasor, who plays sparingly.
Green had a 25-yard catch in the third quarter.
BOLTON GETS IN AT LB
Bolton, a sophomore, has been a special teams standout to this point.
But against Tech he saw significant action at inside linebacker in the first half, primarily rushing through the middle of the line.
Bolton came in situationally, primarily playing on first and second downs, in place of starter Emmanuel Beal.
Twice early, Bolton drew holding penalties that brought back long Texas Tech plays.
The second brought back a 74-yard touchdown pass from Mahomes to Keke Coutee that could've put the Red Raiders ahead for the first time in the game.
Bolton left the game a couple plays later after being shaken up rushing Mahomes but was back on the field early in the second half.
PARKER COMES BACK FROM INJURY, PICKS OFF MAHOMES
Late in the second quarter, Oklahoma safety Steven Parker slid under Texas Tech receiver Reginald Davis and picked off Mahomes' pass at the Sooners 2.
The interception was just the third of the season for the Oklahoma and the second for Parker.
Oklahoma got a scare early in the game when Parker was forced out due to injury but he walked off the field under his own power and soon returned.
Against Tech, Parker spent time at both safety and nickelback.
Millwood alum Gil Roberts, who won a gold medal in the 1,600-meter relay at this summer's Olympics, was honored on the field during the first quarter.
Roberts starred as a collegiate sprinter at Texas Tech.
Texas Tech has plenty of Millwood connections.
Former Falcons star Cameron Batson is the Red Raiders' top receiver this year and several years ago, Tramain Swindall was a standout receiver for Tech.
Roberts was joined in the on-field ceremony by Olympic high jumper Bradley Akins.