NORMAN, Okla., Sept. 8 (UPI) -- Sam Bradford threw for 205 yards and a record-tying five touchdowns Saturday, pacing sixth-ranked Oklahoma to a 51-13 win over Miami-Florida.
Bradford, who threw three TD passes in last week's 79-10 win over North Texas, completed 19-of-25 passes and was not intercepted.
Malcolm Kelly caught four passes for 102 yards with three touchdowns for the Sooners (2-0).
Oklahoma limited Miami to a total of 139 yards. The Hurricanes (1-1) had just one first down and 43 yards in the second half.
Kyle Wright threw for just 65 yards, completing only half of his 14 passes for Miami. Starter Kirby Freeman was just 3-of-9 for 17 yards.
The 51 points allowed were the most by Miami since a 66-13 loss to Syracuse in 1998.