Some of the names were new for the 15th-ranked Oklahoma Sooners. The result was old hat.
Oklahoma, with a new coach and a new quarterback, scored on its first five possessions in rolling over New Mexico State, 73-3, Saturday at Norman, Okla.
Gary Gibbs, successor to Barry Switzer, watched his team roll up 555 yards.
Redshirt freshman Steve Collins became the first freshman in the school history to open a season starting at quarterback. He mainly handed off to his running backs.
Leon Perry, a 220-pound senior fullback, scored on runs of 11, one and six yards as Oklahoma ran for 231 yards in the first half.