This first quarter saw these two high powered offense only able to muster a pair of field goals. The Oklahoma Sooners had a chance to go ahead in the first quarter but an Oklahoma drive was stopped short when Trey Franks fumbled the ball at midfield. The Baylor Bears were unable to convert on the good field position and had to punt.
The second quarter was a different story and the offenses came alive, relatively speaking. Baylor scored the first touchdown on a quick three-play 'drive' for 83 yards that ended up in a 15-yard touchdown run by Terrance Ganaway. The big play on that series was the 55-yard pass from Robert Griffin III to Kendal Wright.
Oklahoma responded with a touchdown of their own by marching methodically down the field for 73 yards on 11 plays and scored on a Blake Bell 3-yard touchdown run. Baylor just needed 15 seconds to retake the lead to go up 17-10 on a 69-yard touchdown pass to Aaron Jones.
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