The Oklahoma football heritage is one of the most storied and successful in all of college football.
The Sooners’ seven national championships since 1950 are exceeded only by Alabama with 13 and no Power Five team has won more conference championships than OU’s 50, 14 of which have been garnered in the 25-year history of the Big 12 Conference.
That is just a small sample of the many lofty achievements of this iconic college football brand.
Here are some other remarkable OU football statistics that should put a collective smile on the face of the Sooner Nation:
4 — Number of seasons since 1950 in which Oklahoma had a losing season record, and three of those came in successive seasons under head coach John Blake (1996-98).
8 — Number of games since the 2018 season in which Oklahoma has rushed for at least 300 yards and passed for at least 300 yards in the same game.
7.70 — Average yards per play averaged by Oklahoma since Lincoln Riley became part of the Sooner coaching staff in 2015.
19 — Oklahoma has appeared in the final AP Top-25 poll 19 times in the past 20 years (since 2000).
40 — Number of OU seasons of 10-plus wins, No. 1 in college football.
64 — The Sooners have scored 27 or more points in 64 consecutive game, the longest such active streak in the country by almost double (UCF has done it 31 times).
65.3 — Percentage of Oklahoma’s scoring offense that is back for the 2021 season.
68-12 — Oklahoma’s record since the beginning of the 2015 season, 4th best in college football over that time behind Alabama (80-6, Clemson (79-8) and Ohio State (69-8).
460 — Touchdowns scored by Oklahoma in the last five seasons, second only to Alabama (469).
674 — Number of Oklahoma football wins since the end of World War II, which leads all of college football.