OKLAHOMA 14 7 6 8 35
NOTREDAME 7 0 7 7 21
Date of game: 9/28/2013
Game Log
Qtr 4
Blake Bell pass to Brennan Clay to the Notre Dame 33 for 6 yards.

Qtr 4
Tommy Rees pass incomplete to T.J. Jones.

Qtr 4
Nick Hodgson kicks 70 yards from the Oklahoma 30 into the end zone to for a touchback.

Qtr 4
Blake Bell pass to Sterling Shepard for the two-point conversion.

Qtr 4
54-yard pass from Blake Bell to Sterling Shepard.

Qtr 4
Blake Bell pass to Trey Millard to the Oklahoma 46 for 7 yards.

Qtr 4
Blake Bell pass to Damien Williams to the Oklahoma 34 for 9 yards.

Qtr 4
Kyle Brindza extra point is good.

Qtr 4
30-yard pass from Tommy Rees to Troy Niklas.

Qtr 3
19-yarder by Michael Hunnicutt.

Qtr 3
Brennan Clay rushed for no gain.

Qtr 3
Tommy Rees sacked by

Qtr 3
27-yarder by Michael Hunnicutt.

Qtr 3
Kyle Brindza extra point is good.

Qtr 3
80-yard run by George Atkinson III.

Qtr 2
Michael Hunnicutt extra point is good.

Qtr 2
26-yard pass from Blake Bell to LaColtan Bester.

Qtr 2
Blake Bell rushed to the Oklahoma 47 for 2 yards.

Qtr 2
Andrew Hendrix rushed to the Oklahoma 24 for 4 yards.

Qtr 2
George Atkinson III rushed to the Oklahoma 48 for 9 yards.

Qtr 1
George Atkinson III rushed to the Notre Dame 23 for 3 yards.

Qtr 1
Kyle Brindza extra point is good.

Qtr 1
6-yard pass from Tommy Rees to T.J. Jones.

Qtr 1
Michael Hunnicutt extra point is good.

Qtr 1
11-yard run by Damien Williams.

Qtr 1
Michael Hunnicutt extra point is good.

Qtr 1
24-yard interception return by Corey Nelson.

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