NORMAN, Oklahoma (Ticker) -- Heupel and Hybl sound the same and play the same.
Taking over for Josh Heupel, Nate Hybl guided third-ranked Oklahoma to its third straight win this season, passing for 350 yards and a pair of scores in a 37-10 romp over North Texas.
Last season, Heupel led the Sooners to the national title and was runner-up for the Heisman Trophy. This season, Oklahoma's hopes are with Hybl, a junior who has improved with each game.
Hybl got plenty of help as Quentin Griffin had 182 yards of total offense and two touchdowns, and Josh Norman added 120 yards receiving and a score.
Renaldo Works chipped in with a 72-yard TD run as the Sooners extended the nation's longest winning streak to 16 games. They have won 15 in a row at Memorial Stadium.
Scott Hall completed 9-of-16 passes for 147 yards with a TD and interception for North Texas, a member of the Sun Belt Conference which fell to 0-5 all time against Oklahoma.
Hybl is making believers at Memorial, where he was an efficient 20-of-29 for 152 yards in a 41-27 road win against North Carolina on August 25 in the Hispanic College Fund Classic.
Last week, Hybl was just 14-of-31 for 161 yards, but he threw his first two TD passes in a 44-3 win over Air Force in his first road start.
On Saturday, Hybl gave the Sooners the lead for good, 7-3, midway through the first quarter when he found Griffin from 13 yards to cap an 80-yard drive.
Just over four minutes later, Works sprinted to the end zone from 72 yards, helping Oklahoma to a 14-3 lead. Works finished with 79 yards on four carries.
North Texas (0-2) hung tough in the first half as Scott Hall fired a 39-yard scoring strike to George Marshall in the first minute of the second quarter, cutting the Sooners' lead to 14-10.
But Griffin found the end zone from 14 yards with 3:43 left in the period for Oklahoma, which scored the final 23 points of the game.
Griffin carried 15 times for 71 yards and added 10 receptions for another 111 yards. Last week, he rushed 26 times for a career-high 201 yards and a score.
Hybl accounted for the game's final two touchdowns. He crossed the goal line from one yard with 3:05 left in the third quarter and found Norman from 57 yards 60 seconds into the fourth.
Tim Duncan had a 42-yard field goal for the Sooners, who held a 543-297 advantage in total yards and forced three of the game's five turnovers.