The second half has not started of great for the Baylor Bears as they have allowed 14 straight points to the Oklahoma Sooners. Oklahoma scored a touchdown right out of the gate in the third quarter by a huge 54-yard pass from Landry Jones to James Hanna and that set up a first-and-10 at the Bears 13. Oklahoma then scored two plays later on a 5-yard touchdown run by Trey Millard.
On Baylor's next possession they decided to go for it on fourth-and-one at their own 33 yard line, but Robert Griffin III was stuffed on a quarterback sneak. Oklahoma then took that excellent field position and scored on two plays to go up 24-17.
Baylor then put together a defensive stand against Oklahoma and then Griffin completed an 87-yard touchdown pass to Kendall Wright to tie the game. After another defensive stand Baylor drove down again to go on an 11-play 85 yard drive that was capped on a 13-yard touchdown pass from Griffin to Jordan Najvar.
Griffin now has 372 yards and three touchdowns on the night with the fourth quarter still to come.
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