Oct. 10, 2009
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NO. 19 OKLAHOMA (3-2, 1-0) 33, BAYLOR (3-2, 0-1) 7
GAYLORD FAMILY OKLAHOMA MEMORIAL STADIUM NORMAN, OKLA.
OCT. 10, 2009 ATTENDANCE: 84,478
Oklahoma leads the all-time series 19-0, including a 10-0 advantage in games played at Norman.
Baylor is 45-44-4 all-time in conference openers, including a 3-11 mark in Big 12 openers. The Bears are 0-7 in Big 12 openers on the road.
Baylor is 41-159-6 all-time against ranked opponents, going 26-14-5 when unranked and playing a ranked opponent.
The Bears have lost 19 consecutive games against ranked opponents since defeating 16th-ranked Texas A&M in 2004.
Baylor is 41-81-2 all-time in televised games, including a 2-1 mark this season.
Baylor is 47-50-4 all-time on the second weekend of October. The Bears are 202-202-21 all-time in the month of October.
Baylor has lost 20 consecutive games when trailing at halftime. The last time Baylor overcame a halftime deficit was Oct. 21, 2006, against Kansas when the Bears overcame a 35-17 halftime deficit for a 36-35 victory.
Baylor held Oklahoma scoreless in the first quarter for the first time since the 2005 game. The Bears led 6-0 after the first in that game but trailed 24-13 at halftime. Oklahoma won the game 37-30 in double overtime.
Fewest first-half points allowed by Baylor against Oklahoma since the 1998 game when the Bears led 3-0 at the half.
Oklahoma's third-quarter interception snapped a streak of 137 pass attempts without an interception by Baylor quarterbacks, a streak that dated back to the fourth quarter of last year's season finale at Texas Tech (135 pass attempts this season). The Bears' lone interception thrown this season was on a pass attempt by IR Kendall Wright against Connecticut in the season's second game.
Baylor snapped a streak of eight consecutive games with at least 100 yards rushing.
Baylor was held below 25 yards rushing in a game for the first time since the 2007 Kansas State game (13 yards).
Baylor's lowest single-game rushing yardage total since the 2006 Oklahoma game (minus-46 yards).
Baylor failed to score a rushing touchdown for the first time since the 2007 season finale (vs. Oklahoma State). That snaps a 16-game streak, the second longest such streak in school history. The Baylor record for conseuctive games with a rushing touchdown is 33 games (1951-1954).
Baylor falls to 0-10 in the Art Briles era when allowing more than 21 points. The Bears are 7-0 in that time when allowing 21 or fewer points.
LB Joe Pawelek started his 38th consecutive game, the longest streak by a Baylor player since Maurice Lane's school-record, 45-game streak that ran from 2002 to 2005.
RG James Barnard, FS Jordan Lake and C J.D. Walton all started their 29th consecutive games.
LB Antonio Jones started his 17th consecutive game.
WR David Gettis started his 13th consecutive game.
IR Kendall Wright has caught at least one pass in each game of his career, a 17-game streak.
TE Justin Akers has caught at least one pass in eight consecutive games.
BS Andrew Judy's second-quarter touchdown reception was the first reception of his career.
IR Ernest Smith established a career high with six receptions. His previous high was four catches on two occasions.
Smith set a new career high with 71 receiving yards. His previous high was 65 yards againt Rice in 2007.
Lake posted his first double-digit tackle game of the season. It was the 10th double-digit tackle performance of his career.
Gettis moved into 10th place on Baylor's career kickoff return yards list. He now has 1,114 yards.