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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Some wild numbers from Oklahoma's overtime win over Army on Saturday night. Army ran 83 plays to 38 for Oklahoma in regulation and held the ball for 44:51. Sooners linebacker Kenneth Murray had a team-record 28 tackles — the highest total in the FBS since at least 2000 — and fellow OU linebacker Curtis Bolton had 23 stops. OU had two players record 20 or more tackles in the same game for just the second time in team history (1974 against Texas), and the Sooners' 40 total plays marked its lowest total since 1960 (38).


No. 5 Oklahoma escapes with 28-21 OT win over Army

Kyler Murray threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to CeeDee Lamb in overtime, and Parnell Motley intercepted Kelvin Hopkins' fourth-down pass to help No. 5 Oklahoma escape with a 28-21 victory over Army on Saturday night.

Murray finds his TE wide open in the end zone (0:20)
Oklahoma secures win with OT INT (0:39)
Sooners strike first in OT (0:25)
Oklahoma misses game-winning FG as time expires (0:41)
Oklahoma's defense forces crucial turnover (0:29)
Sooners gets stuffed at goal line, turn ball over on downs (0:40)
Army evens score with 3-yard TD (0:23)
Murray shows off his unreal speed (0:34)
Army scores off QB option (0:39)
Murray throws his second TD of the game (0:30)
Army ties the game up (0:24)
Hawai'i's McDonald throws an 80-yard bomb (0:30)
Army's Slomka hustles for 48-yard TD (0:21)
Army takes the lead vs Hawai'i (0:22)
Football opponents turn brothers in arms after 9/11 (3:12)

Army rushes for 449 yards, squashes Liberty 38-14

Darnell Woolfolk ran for 98 yards and two touchdowns as Army's triple option began to return to form with 449 yards rushing, and the Black Knights beat Bowl Subdivision newcomer Liberty 38-14 on Saturday.

Liberty's punter ejected for targeting (0:54)
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Army picks Hopkins Jr. to start at QB vs. Duke

Kelvin Hopkins Jr. will succeed Ahmad Bradshaw as quarterback for Army, which is coming off consecutive winning seasons for the first time in three decades.

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President Trump honors Army's football team

President Donald Trump honored Army's football team at the White House and predicted the service branches of the military could have a new addition: the space force.

Team Stats

Passing Yards115.0
Rushing Yards314.84th
Points For25.3Tied-96th
Points Against24.365th

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