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Sept. 1, 2012

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• Three Tulsa players have started over 30 games in their careers, and added to that total today as defensive end Cory Dorris started his 38th of 39 career games, center Trent Dupy started his 37th of 39 career games and Dexter McCoil started his 31st of 38 career contests.

• This is the sixth straight season that Tulsa has opened the football season on the road.

• This is the 113th year of Tulsa football.

• Tulsa calls tails, wins toss, defers to second half, defends north goal.

Brentom Todd tackled Jeff Woody in the end zone for a safety. It was the first safety recorded by Tulsa since Dec. 1, 2007 against UCF.

Ja'Terian Douglas scored his eighth career touchdown with a one-yard run in the first quarter. It was his first of his 8 career TD runs that didn't go for more than 15 yards. His first seven career TDs went for 22, 37, 42, 47, 48, 80 and 80 yards.

• Trey Watts' 77-yard run in the fourth quarter was his career-long. His previous long was 58 yards last year.

Trey Watts surpassed 100 rushing yards for the third time in his career.

Keyarris Garrett caught his first career touchdown pass in the fourth quarter. It was just his fourth career reception.

Cody Green threw his first Tulsa touchdown to Thomas Roberson with :14 left in the first quarter.

• Demarco Nelson collected his first interception since he snared three against Houston in 2010.

Cole Way had a career long punt of 58 yards late in the second quarter. His previous long was 51 set last year against North Texas.

 

 

Thomas Roberson scored his first touchdown since Tulsa's 2010 Sheraton Hawai'I Bowl game victory.

DeAundre Brown exceeded his career total in sacks as he collected two during the contest, passing his career total of 1.5.