TULSA, Oklahoma (Ticker) -- In pursuit of another national championship, Oklahoma has concerns about its offense. Some of those were put to rest.
Quentin Griffin rushed for 237 yards and Kejuan Jones ran for two touchdowns as the third-ranked Sooners trampled intratstate rival Tulsa for the second straight year, 37-0.
The 2000 national champions who also were in contention deep into last season, the Sooners boast a demonic defense but an erratic offense led by quarterback Jason White, who beat out Nate Hybl for the job.
On Friday, White completed 15-of-26 passes for 126 yards, throwing an interception in the end zone to kill a second-quarter drive. He spent most of his time handing off to Griffin and Jones, who tore through Tulsa's defense.
Griffin carried 17 times, including breakaways of 49 and 44 yards. Jones had 11 carries for 70 yards, going eight yards for a score in the third quarter and one yard for a TD in the fourth period.
Renaldo Works and Jerad Estus had scoring runs in the final five minutes for Oklahoma, which rolled to a 58-0 home victory over Tulsa last season.
The Golden Hurricane have lost 11 straight games. Unlike last year, they hung around for a half, limiting the Sooners to a 44-yard field goal by Trey DiCarlo in the first quarter.
OU could have had more after Griffin raced 49 yards to the 4 late in the second quarter. But a snp sailed over the head of White, who fell on it at the 22, and on the next play, he threw an interception in the end zone.
Early in the second half, Griffin broke off a 44-yard run to the Tulsa 22. Jones banged it in from the 8 three plays later for a 10-0 lead.
The Sooners forced a punt, and Antoni Perkins - who had a kickoff return for a touchdown called back by a penalty in the first half - sped 91 yards for a score and a 17-0 lead with 9:11 left in the third quarter.
Jones capped a 71-yard march with a one-yard TD run with 11:21 to play, making it 24-0.
Oklahoma amassed 509 yards, 378 on the ground. Tyler Gooch was 12-of-22 for 111 yards and Eric Richardson added 76 on 10 carries for Tulsa, which totaled just 213 yards.