Baylor knocks Oklahoma from undefeated ranks

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It’s later for the Sooners’ undefeated season.

Baylor knocked off Oklahoma, 27-14, in a Big 12 game on Saturday, ending OU’s run at nine straight games.

The Bears iced the game with a touchdown run by Gerry Bohanon that made it 24-14. The loss ended Oklahoma’s 17-game winning streak.

Bohanon and Abram Smith each had more than 100 yards rushing as the Bears tripled the Sooners’ ground game, 296-78.

Baylor was 2-7 in 2020 and improved to 8-2.

This was the first win over a top 10 opponent for Baylor since 2015 when they beat North Carolina.

The game had a bizarre ending. The Baylor students stormed the field but there were three seconds left.

Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley blew a fuse as his team had already gone into the locker room and the officials did not allow the game to end with that time left.

The Oklahoma defense returned to the field after a delay so the Bears could take the final snap.

And, then Baylor decided it would kick a field goal after the chaos and delay to make the final a 13-point margin.

Baylor coach Dave Aranda explained the field goal was for the Big 12 tiebreaker, saying he wanted the margin to be over 10.