Ryan Broyles and Landry Jones ESPN schedule for Friday

Here’s a look at the schedule for Jones and Broyles:

8 a.m.: Year of the Quarterback (Jones only)

8:40 a.m.: SportsCenter (live together)

9 a.m.: ESPN RISE (football field)

9:25 a.m.: Social Media

9:50 a.m.: First Take (live together)

10:10 a.m.: Doug Gottlieb Show taping (with Mike Salk)

10:30 a.m.: Scott Van Pelt Show

10:50 a.m.: Podcast

11:20 p.m.: SportsCenter (live together)

12:15 p.m.: ESPN.com chat

12:45 p.m.-1:15 p.m.: College Football Live

1:30 p.m.: Digital Media

2 p.m.: SportsNation

2:30 p.m.: SportsCenter (live together)

3:10 p.m.: ESPN Radio Dallas

Ryan Broyles: A Sooner Star is Born

Ryan Broyles eludes a Bearcat defender

Ryan Broyles eludes a Bearcat defender

Ryan Broyles goes up and snags a Bradford pass

Ryan Broyles goes up and snags a Bradford pass

Ryan Broyles was on fire Saturday, 7 catches, for 141 yards, and a touchdown. In his first game, he broke the record for receiving yards by a freshman at OU. Ryan Broyles had a 27-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter and extended a key second-half drive with a leaping 43-yard catch to allow the Sooners (2-0) to start pulling away with 24 consecutive points. His receiving total was the most by any Sooner player in his debut and surpassed Tinker Owens’ record of 132 receiving yards by a freshman.

Ryan Broyles crucial 3rd down reception

Ryan Broyles crucial 3rd down reception

On a crucial third-and-9 play with the Sooners leading only 28-20 in the third quarter. Bradford lofted a lob deep down the right sideline, and Broyles jumped to take it away from two defenders for a 43-yard catch. ”I want to thank him for that, for bailing me out, because if that was incomplete I was going to get an earful coming to the sideline,” said Bradford, whose only other two-interception game was in last season’s upset loss at Colorado. ”That’s just a great play.”