Baylor tries to stay in the win column against the highly-ranked Oklahoma Sooners.
Quarterback Nick Florence threw for 367 yards in a 41-14 win over the Kansas Jayhawks. That amount is actually less than Baylor's per-game passing average, which leads the nation at 392 yards per game -- but that is because the Bears amassed 299 yards on the ground as well. The win ended a four-game losing streak for the Bears, who also happen to sport the nation's worst total defense among non-provisional teams, surrendering 527 yards per game.
That spells bad news against the Oklahoma Sooners. Quarterback Landry Jones has completed 65% of his passes for 16 touchdowns for the country's 14th-best total offense. In addition to its offense, Oklahoma also sports a top-20 defense. The Sooners got back in the win column on Nov. 3 with a win against the Iowa State Cyclones. Sitting at second place in the Big 12 standings, Oklahoma must likely win out (in addition to getting help from Kansas State) for a shot to win the conference.
Oklahoma leads the all-time series between the two schools, 20-1, with Baylor's lone win coming in 2011.
Date/Time: Sat., Nov. 10, 2:30 p.m. CT
TV: Fox Sports Network
Odds: Oklahoma is favored by 20.5 points.