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Baylor vs. Oklahoma Postmortem

Wrapping up the news from Baylor's fifth loss of the season.

Brett Deering

(4-5, 1-5) Rank: NR/NR
3 14 9 8 34
14 14 7 7 42

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Norman, Okla. • Attendance: 84,945

(7-2, 5-1) Rank: 14/13

Football's Late Rally Falls Short at Oklahoma, 42-34 - Baylor Bears Official Athletic Site -
Lache Seastrunk scored three touchdowns, but No. 14 Oklahoma outlasted Baylor 42-34 on Saturday.

Instant analysis: Oklahoma 42, Baylor 34 - Dallas Colleges Blog - ESPN Dallas
Oklahoma kept its BCS hopes alive with a 42-34 win over Baylor at Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on Saturday. Here's a look at how the Sooners improved to 7-2 overall, 5-1 in the Big 12.

Sooners do just enough to hold off Baylor | Tulsa World

Bell TD pushes Oklahoma to win over Baylor - Yahoo! Sports
Blake Bell was just waiting for his shot.

Baylor falls to Oklahoma, 42-34 | The Baylor Lariat

Five key points: Oklahoma takes away Baylor passing game, Bears’ defense suffers another injury | College Sports Blog
Here are five key things to take away from Oklahoma’s 42-34 win over the Baylor Bears. | OU football: Williams back to full speed during OU win against Baylor
Heading into Saturday's 42-34 win against Baylor, junior running back Damien Williams' status was still uncertain.

No. 14 Oklahoma 42, Baylor 34 - College Football News | FOX Sports on MSN
Bob Stoops passed Bud Wilkinson on Oklahoma's career victory list with a defensive game plan that went against his conventional wisdom.

And just a little basketball news for this afternoon's game...

No. 19/18 Men's Hoops Hosts Jackson State - Baylor Bears Official Athletic Site -
No. 19/18 Baylor men's basketball plays its second game in three days when it hosts Jackson State at 4 p.m. CT Sunday at the Ferrell Center. The game will be televised on FOX Sports Southwest and FCS Central.

NCAA College Basketball Preview - Jackson State Tigers at Baylor Bears - Nov 11, 2012 -
Isaiah Austin showed in his first college game why he's considered one of the top freshmen in the country. Exactly when the 7-foot-1 phenom will get the chance to build on his strong Baylor debut remains to be seen.