The Cowboys and Bears each enter Saturday’s matchup unbeaten, but just how good either team is has been called into question.”
Saturday’s game should provide some sort of clarity to the Big 12 title picture. Here is the TV info, team leaders and series history between Oklahoma State and Baylor.
Time: 6 p.m. Saturday
Location: Boone Pickens Stadium
Watch: ESPN2 (Mark Jones, Robert Griffin III and Quint Kessenich)
|Points Per Game||25.8||42.8|
|Points Allowed Per Game||19.8||15.8|
OSU — Spencer Sanders — 43-for-73 (59%)/599 yards/4 touchdowns/1 interception
Baylor — Gerry Bohanon — 65-for-89 (73%)/823 yards/7 touchdowns/0 interceptions
OSU — Jaylen Warren — 79 carries/387 yards/4 touchdowns
Baylor — Abram Smith — 57 carries/413 yards/5 touchdowns
OSU — Tay Martin — 15 catches/207 yards/2 touchdowns
Baylor — R.J. Sneed — 18 catches/317 yards/1 touchdown
OSU — Malcolm Rodriguez — 43 total tackles/28 solo tackles/3 tackles for loss
Baylor — Dillon Doyle — 24 total tackles/10 solo tackles/5 tackles for loss
OSU — Brock Martin — 2.5 sacks for 19 yards
Baylor — Four players tied with 1 sack
These teams first met in 1914, where Oklahoma State dominated with a 60-0 victory.
The Cowboys’ next win against the Bears wouldn’t come until 1972, with Baylor going 9-0 in the series from 1915 to 1942. Aside from playing in Waco and Stillwater, these teams have also met in Wichita Falls (1938), Oklahoma City (1942) and in Houston (1983).
The Bears joined the Big 12 in 1996 and were bottom feeders in the conference for a long time. From 1996 to 2011, the Cowboys were 15-1 against the Bears, with the only loss coming in 2005, Mike Gundy’s first season.
Things have gotten more competitive as of late, though, as OSU is just 4-6 against Baylor in the teams’ past 10 meetings.
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