College football has a new career leader in receptions.
Oklahoma's Ryan Broyles broke Purdue's Taylor Stubblefield's record and he did it in style.
Broyles hauled in his 317th career reception over the top of Kansas' offense for a 57-yard touchdown that put the Sooners up 24-10.
A game that looked shaky early now looks stabilized in favor of the heavily-favored Sooners.
For Broyles, it's a well-deserved record and another one for a player who already holds 10 school records.
What a career for Broyles, and it's far from over yet.
He's got more than 4,000 yards receiving and Saturday night's touchdown was the 43rd of his career, a Big 12 record.