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The 11th-ranked Oklahoma Sooners remain undefeated in Big 12 play as they get set to take on the Baylor Bears on Saturday in Norman, Oklahoma. In fact, Oklahoma has won 13 conference games in a row dating to last season. By closing the season with victories against Baylor, West Virginia and Oklahoma State, the Sooners could make a push for inclusion in the College Football Playoff discussion.
Baylor, meanwhile, has lost two in a row, and Seth Russell and Co. will look to bounce back against the Sooners. They’ll be playing without running back Shock Linwood, who is suspended for this game. Here’s how to watch Oklahoma vs. Baylor. Follow the comments section below for live updates as the game unfolds.
The Sooners entered the year with hopes of returning to the College Football Playoff, but they dropped games to Houston and Ohio State early and fell out of the Top 25. Now, No. 9 Oklahoma has won six straight to take control of the Big 12. The Sooners (7-2, 6-0 Big 12, No. 11 CFP) now must defeat their recent nemesis, No. 25 Baylor, to maintain their momentum. Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said he’s impressed that the Sooners have performed so well, given the rough start and a slew of injuries to key players, including star running back Samaje Perine.
“We’ve been resilient,” Stoops said. “I still think there’s more. Hopefully, to finish the season, we can be stronger and better and more consistent. I think we can keep improving. But we’ve been a resilient, tough-minded team to have handled what we have to this point.” Baylor (6-2, 3-2) is coming off a humbling 62-22 loss to TCU , but that doesn’t mean much to Stoops. The Bears have the best record in the Big 12 the past three years and have won two conference titles to Oklahoma’s one.
Oklahoma is coming off a 34-24 Thursday road win over Iowa State in which the Sooners outgained ISU 477-290 in total yards. Playing without standout running backs Samaje Perine and Joe Mixon, OU got 328 passing yards and four TDs from Baker Mayfield, 115 rushing yards from Dimitri Flowers (usually plays fullback; had no career carries entering the game) and 233 all-purpose yards (131 receiving) from Dede Westbrook in posting its 10th straight true road win.