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• Baylor defeated Oklahoma in Norman for the first time, snapping an 11-game losing streak.
• Baylor snapped a 37-game losing streak in road games against ranked opponents. The Bears' last win in those games was Nov. 2, 1991, when the Bears beat No. 24 Arkansas by a final score of 9-5. Today's starting quarterback Bryce Petty was 5 months old when that happened.
• Baylor also snapped an 18-game losing streak in the state of Oklahoma; BU's last previous win in Oklahoma was Sept. 2, 1995, a 37-5 win at Tulsa.
• Baylor handed Oklahoma just its 7th loss in Norman during the Bob Stoops era (89-7).
• Baylor's 34-point victory was the largest by a visiting team in Norman during the Stoops era. The only other double-digit victor was Notre Dame (17-point win) in 2012, and the 6 previous losses in the Stoops era came by a combined 36 points.
• Baylor held Oklahoma scoreless in the 2nd quarter, marking the first time OU failed to score in any quarter this season and snapping a 34-quarter streak back to 2013.
• Senior QB Bryce Petty (387 passing yards) set Baylor's school record with his 14th career 300-yard passing game, breaking a tie with RG3.
• Petty had his 18th career 200-yard passing game, breaking a tie with Nick Florence for 2nd-most in BU history.
• Petty completed 18 consecutive passes between the 2nd and 3rd quarters (last 4 passes of 2nd quarter, first 14 passes of 3rd quarter).
• Petty completed a career-high 32 passes.
• WR Corey Coleman had a career-high 15 receptions, the 2nd-most receptions in a game in program history.
• Coleman's career-high 224 receiving yards were the 2nd-most in a game in Baylor history.
• Coleman had his 4th career 100-yard receiving game, tied for 10th-most in BU history.
• Coleman had 231 all-purpose yards, which tied the 10th-most in a game in Baylor history.
• Coleman's 6-game streak with at least one touchdown catch is the nation's longest active streak.
• Coleman had a 33-yard TD catch in the 2nd quarter, his 8th TD catch of the season, tying him for 7th on BU's single-season list.
• Coleman added a 5-yard rushing TD in the 3rd quarter for his 1st career rushing TD; he also has 10 career receiving TDs and 1 career kick return TD.
• LB Grant Campbell recorded his 1st career sack.
• LB Bryce Hager had his career-first interception and returned it 36 yards to the OU 1-yard line in the 2nd quarter. BU scored a TD on its next play.
• Hager (10 tackles) had his 12th career double-digit tackles game (4th of season).
• RB Shock Linwood had rushing TDs of 3 and 15 yards, giving him 12 rushing TDs this season (t-6th in BU history) and 20 rushing TDs in his career (8th in BU history).
• RB Devin Chafin had TD runs of 1 and 2 yards, giving him 5 rushing TDs on the season and 9 career rushing TDs.
• WR Antwan Goodley had 9 catches for 92 yards, tying a season high in receptions and coming up just short of his 4th 100-yard game of the year.
• PK Chris Callahan made a 34-yard field goal in the 1st quarter and a 24-yarder in the 4th quarter, giving him 12 consecutive made field goals after starting his career 1-of-6.

224: Receiving yards for Corey Coleman, a career high and second-most in Baylor history.