Oklahoma’s football team used a big offensive output to end their three-game losing streak, beating Kansas 52-42 at Owen Field in Norman on Saturday.

Oklahoma gained 701 total yards and Dillon Gabriel returned from concussion protocol, throwing for 403 yards on 29 of 42 passing, with two touchdowns.

OU converted 16 of 21 third downs in the game.

The Sooners got the ball to start the game and OU went 79 yards in 10 plays to a touchdown.

Gabriel passed to Brayden Willis for a gain of 38 yards to highlight the drive, then Jovantae Barnes capped the drive with a one-yard touchdown run and the Sooners led 7-0 with 12:14 to play in the first quarter.

Kansas responded with their own touchdown drive, going 75 yards in six plays, with Jason Bean passing to Lawrence Arnold, who made a bobbling catch between two OU defenders for a 39-yard touchdown to tie it 7-7 with 9:35 to play in the first quarter.

Oklahoma answered right back, going 75 yards in nine plays for a score.

Eric Gray gained 25 yards on one run, and that set up his own 2-yard touchdown run to give the Sooners a 14-7 lead with 7:13 left in the first quarter.

Gray had 176 yards rushing on 20 carries and two scores.

The Jayhawks once again matched the Sooner score, going 65 yards in nine plays, with Devin Neal scoring on an 11-yard touchdown run to tie it 14-14 with 2:39 to play in the first quarter.

The first offensive drive without a score came next, as Gabriel fumbled and Kansas’ Hayden Hatcher recovered at the KU 41-yard line.

The Jayhawks weren’t able to do anything with the possession and had to punt.

Oklahoma got the ball, and early in the second quarter, capped an 80-yard drive in five plays.

Gabriel passed deep to Gavin Freeman, who made a diving catch for a gain of 41 yards.

On the next play, Barnes scored on a six-yard touchdown run to give OU a 21-14 lead with 14:26 to play in the second quarter.

After an exchange of punts, Oklahoma’s defense made a big play, as C.J. Coldon made a one-handed leaping interception, tipping the ball and having it fall in his hands as he was on the ground at the OU 35-yard line.

The Sooners then converted the turnover into points, going 65 yards in seven plays, with Gabriel passing to a wide open Theo Wease for a 24-yard touchdown to make it 28-14 OU with 5:43 left in the first half.

OU forced a Kansas punt, then quickly scored again.

Gabriel passed to Marvin Mims for a gain of 33, then Eric Gray scored on a 28-yard touchdown to make it 35-14 Sooners with 2:40 to play in the second quarter.

Mims had nine catches for 106 yards.

Kansas took just four plays to score, going 75 yards, with Bean throwing to Mason Fairchild for an 18-yard touchdown, cutting the OU lead to 35-21 with 1:36 to play in the first half.

Oklahoma got down to the Kansas one-yard line with eight seconds to play, but spiked the ball, then were stopped twice on runs to end the first half.

OU had 487 total yards in the first half, the second most in a half in school history, behind the 507 they had against Missouri in a 77-0 rout of the Tigers in 1986.

Kansas got the ball to start the second half, and the drive ended when DaShaun White intercepted Bean at the Jayhawks’ 47-yard line.

The Sooners took nine plays to capitalize, with Gabriel keeping for a one-yard touchdown to give OU a 42-21 lead with 10:16 to play in the third quarter.

After a Kansas punt, OU gave the ball right back, as Gabriel was intercepted for the first time this season.

Kenny Logan picked off a pass and returned it 17 yards to the OU 47-yard line.

It took the Jayhawks just three plays to score, as Bean passed to Arnold for a 28-yard touchdown to make it 42-28 Sooners with 5:56 to play in the third quarter.

Oklahoma quickly answered, with Gabriel passing to Brayden Willis, who went down the left sideline for a 26-yard touchdown to make it 49-28 Sooners with 2:36 left in the third quarter.

Willis had five catches for 102 yards.

Early in the fourth quarter, OU turned it over, as Gabriel accidentally had the ball knocked out of his hands by Barnes, and Hatcher recovered his second fumble for Kansas at the OU 28-yard line.

The Jayhawks converted 7 plays later, with Ky Thomas scoring on a one-yard touchdown run to make it 49-35 Oklahoma with 10:33 left.

OU responded with a clock-eating drive, keeping it for 5:15 and getting a 37-yard field goal from Zach Schmitt to take a 52-35 lead with 5:18 to play.

The Jayhawks came right back, going 75 yards in 7 plays, with Bean passing to a wide open Fairchild for a 9-yard touchdown to cut OU’s lead to 52-42 with 3:32 to play.

Oklahoma recovered an onside kick and ran out the block.

Oklahoma has won 18 straight games over the Jayhawks, and nine in a row in Norman.

OU improves to 4-3 overall, 1-3 in Big 12 play.

The Sooners are off next weekend