Oklahoma Sooners - 2011 Season The Sooners narrowly escape their 1st game after the Sam Bradford era, beating the #24 Washington Huskies on a touchdown and 2-point conversion with :16 left in the game to win 32-31. Landry Jones struggled a bit in the 1st start of his career throwing 3 interceptions, managed to keep his composure leading the Sooners on the game winning drive and passing for the 2-point conversion. Jones was 22 for 32 on the day for 366 yards and 2 touchdowns. The interceptions definitely kept Washington in the game and will need to be addressed if the Sooners want to challenge for a Big XII South Title. J Miller carried the ball 17 times for 96 yards scoring 2 rushing touchdowns, including the game winner from 2 yards out. Ryan Broyles was named player of the game after hauling in 9 balls for 127 yards for 2 touchdowns. DeJuan Miller caught 5 passes for 112 yards. Kevin Brent and RJ Washington led the Sooners' disappointing defensive performance with 10 and 7 tackles respectively. Washington also had a sack. The Huskies had their way with Oklahoma's defense most of the racking up 386 yards. The Sooners will now face the Rebels of Ole Miss next week in Norman and have a lot of questions to answer before next week.