Nov. 10, 2007
No. 4 OKLAHOMA (9-1, 5-1) 52, BAYLOR (3-8, 0-7) 21
Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium Norman, Okla.
Sixth-largest crowd to ever watch a Baylor game.
Largest crowd to ever watch a Baylor-Oklahoma game.
Oklahoma leads all-time series 17-0, including a 9-0 advantage in games played at Norman.
Baylor falls to 0-7 in Big 12 play for the first time since going 0-8 in 2001.
Baylor is 161-224-20 all-time in November, including a 1-14 mark under head coach Guy Morriss.
Baylor is 29-62-5 all-time on the first Saturday of November, including a 4-10-1 mark on Nov. 10.
Baylor is 0-4 all-time when 3-7; in all four occasions (2002, 2003, 2004, 2007), Baylor lost to Oklahoma.
Baylor is 41-152-6 all-time against ranked opponents, including a 1-16 mark under Morriss and an 0-4 record this season. The Bears are 26-132-5 all-time when unranked and playing a ranked opponent.
Baylor is 37-72-2 all-time in televised games, including a 2-19 mark under Morriss and an 0-5 record this season.
Baylor is 6-33 when trailing at halftime under Morriss, including an 0-7 mark this season.
Baylor is 12-12 in night games under Morriss, including a 3-2 mark this season.
Baylor is 5-14 on natural grass under Morriss, including an 0-3 mark this season.
Baylor is 6-21 in whtie jerseys under Morriss, 10-20 in green pants, 3-14 in white-on-green and 6-12 in green helmets.
Baylor has lost seven consecutive road games in Big 12 play.
Baylor snapped a streak of seven consecutive games without a first-quarter touchdown.
Baylor has been out-scored 67-10 in the first quarter in seven Big 12 games.
Baylor has lost 12 consecutive games when trailing at halftime.
Baylor scored first in a Big 12 game for the first time since last season's game against Kansas, snapping a 10-game streak.
Most total yards Baylor has ever produced against Oklahoma.
Most points Oklahoma has scored against Baylor since the Sooners' 56-7 victory in 2000.
Most total points scored (73) in a Baylor-Oklahoma game.
Baylor has forced at least one turnover in 30 of the last 34 games, including 10 of 11 games this season.
RB Brandon Whitaker
became the 28th player in Baylor history to rush for at least 1,000 career yards.
Whitaker turned in the second 100-yard rushing game of his career; his first was a 110-yard outing at SMU in the 2005 season opener.
Whitaker's 100-yard rushing game was the first by a Baylor player since Paul Mosley
rushed for 133-yard performance at Texas A&M in 2005.
Whitaker joined Colorado's Hugh Charles as the only players to record 100-yard rushing games against Colorado this season.
Whitaker recorded Baylor's third 100-yard rushing game against Oklahoma in 17 meetings: Jerod Douglas (135 in 1996) and Rashad Armstrong
(103 in 2002).
Whitaker turned in career highs in rushing yardage (149) and all-purpose yardage (217).
Whitaker's rushing yardage total tied for the 23rd-best single-game effort in Baylor history.
Whitaker's rushing yardage total was the best by a Baylor player since Rashad Armstrong's
166-yard performance against Oklahoma in 2003.
Whitaker's all-purpose yardage total was the ninth-best single-game effort in Baylor history.
Whitaker's 57-yard, first-quarter rush was the longest run of his career.
Whitaker recorded 10-plus catches for the second time in his career; he had 11 receptions against Colorado earlier this season.
It was the longest run by a Baylor player since Mosley's 57-yard run at Texas A&M in 2005.
QB Blake Szymanski
moved into 10th place on Baylor's career pass attempts list; he now has 542 career pass attempts.
Szymanski moved into a 10th-place tie with Don Trull (1961-63) on Baylor's career pass completions list; Szymanski now has 299 career pass completions.
Szymanski established a single-season Baylor record with 2,618 passing yards on the season; he broke Shawn Bell's
previous record of 2,582 yards established last season.
Szymaksi established a single-season Baylor record with 2,739 total yards on the season; he broke Cody Carlson's previous record of 2,640 yards established in 1986.
Szymanski established a single-season Baylor record with 20 touchdown passes on the season; he broke Bell's previous record of 19 touchdown passes established last season.
Szymanski's 75-yard, second-quarter touchdown pass to Thomas White
was the longest pass of Szymanski's career and the longest reception of White's career.
The 75-yard Szymanski-to-White pass tied for the 21st-longest pass play in Baylor history. It was Baylor's longest pass play since Bell's 79-yard pass to Dominique Zeigler
against Texas A&M last season.
White recorded the second 100-yard receiving game of his career; he was one yard shy of his career high (118 yards at Kansas State earlier this season).
WR David Gettis
moved into third place on Baylor's single-season kickoff returns list; he now has 32 returns on the season.
Gettis moved into second place on Baylor's single-season kickoff return yardage list; he now has 733 yards on the season, eight yards shy of Willie Andrews' 2004 record.
LB Chris Francis' fourth-quarter interception was the first of his career.
SS Jeremy Williams
established a career high with eight tackles.
LB Joe Pawelek
failed to tally at least six tackles for the first time since last season's Oklahoma game, snapping a 10-game streak. He finished with three tackles, tying his career low established in last season's Oklahoma game.