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Baylor, Oklahoma Postgame Notes

Nov. 10, 2012

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OKLAHOMA (7-2, 5-1) 42, BAYLOR (4-5, 1-5) 34
NOV. 10, 2012 • ATTENDANCE: 84,945

• Today’s matchup was the 22nd meeting in the series. Baylor now has a 1-21 all-time record against Oklahoma, including an 0-11 record in games played in Norman.
• Today’s matchup was the 22nd meeting in the series. Baylor now has a 1-21 all-time record against Oklahoma, including an 0-11 record in games played in Norman.
Jordan Najvar, Rodney Chadwick and Aaron Jones served as captains vs. Oklahoma.
• Baylor is now 7-10 in November games in the Art Briles era.
• Saturday’s game was the 20th time in the last 21 games Baylor has played on national television.
• Baylor is now 7-23 when trailing at the half during the Briles era (1-4 this season).

• In 4 wins this season, Baylor has a +8 turnover margin; in 5 losses, Baylor’s turnover margin is -9 (-1.8/game; 13 giveaways, 4 takeaways).
• Baylor’s 58-yard field goal in the 1st quarter was its longest since a 58-yard field goal Oct. 12, 1991.
• Baylor’s offense had averaged at least 6.0 yards-per-play in 14 straight games before averaging 5.0 yards per play vs. Oklahoma.
• Baylor has connected on 9 passes for 50+ yards this season and 20 passes for 40+ yards.
• Baylor’s 17-play scoring drive in the 2nd quarter took 5:45 off the clock. It was the Bears’ longest scoring drive of the season in time.
• Baylor’s 19-play scoring drive in the 4th quarter was the Bears’ longest of the season in plays and took 4:42 off the clock.
• Baylor has now scored 27 TDs on drives of 2 minutes or less (2 vs. Oklahoma
• Baylor’s 252 rushing yards were the most allowed by Oklahoma this season, and the Bears were the first team to score 4 rushing TDs against the Sooners.
• Baylor’s 34 points scored, 424 yards of total offense and 25 first downs were also the most allowed by Oklahoma this season.
• Baylor is now 12-2 when forcing 2+ turnovers during DC Phil Bennett’s two season (won first 11 such games during Bennett’s tenure, 1-2 since).
• Baylor has scored 30+ points in 14 of its last 16 games.
• Baylor was held under 500 yards of total offense for only the 2nd time this season — the Bears have had at least 400 yards of offense in every game.
• Baylor’s 3,309 passing yards this season are 3rd most in a single season in program history.
• Baylor’s 5,076 yards of total offense this season are the 3rd most in program history.

• WR Terrance Williams had 91 receiving yards on 6 receptions — it was only the 2nd time this season he was held under 100 receiving yards (84 yards is season low).
• Williams’ 1,431 receiving yards this season are the 2nd-most in program history and 232 shy of the school single-season record, and his 4,292 career all-purpose yards are 2nd most in school history and 187 shy of the Baylor record.
• Williams moved into 3rd on Baylor’s single-season receptions list (77).
• QB Nick Florence moved into 6th on Baylor’s career passing yards list (5,183) and tied for 2nd in career TD responsibility (43).
• Florence now has sole possession of 2nd on Baylor’s single-season TD responsibility list (31).
• Florence had a 5-yard rushing TD in the 2nd quarter, his 10th career rushing TD (6th of season).
• Florence hit Williams for a 56-yard pass in the 3rd quarter, marking the 5th time this season they connected for 50+ yards and 11th time for 40+ yards.
• RB Lache Seastrunk had a 3-yard TD run in the 2nd quarter, a 2-yard TD run in the 3rd quarter, and a 6-yard TD run in the 4th quarter, giving him 4 rushing TDs this season.
• Seastrunk scored multiple TDs for the 2nd consecutive game (1 rush, 1 rec vs. Kansas; 3 rush vs. OU) after being held without a score in his first 7 games.
• Seastrunk became the first Baylor player with 3 rushing TDs in a game since Terrance Ganaway’s 5 TD performance in the 2011 Alamo Bowl.
• WR Lanear Sampson extended his reception streak to 39 consecutive games, tied for the 2nd-longest active streak nationally.
• WR Tevin Reese was held without a catch, snapping his streak of consecutive games with a reception at 32 straight.
• WR Levi Norwood had a career-long 37-yard reception on 3rd-and-7 in the 2nd quarter.
• S Mike Hicks intercepted his 1st pass of the season (5th career) and returned it 24 yards in the 3rd quarter. He’s the 9th Baylor player to intercept a pass this season.
• K Aaron Jones made 2 extra points and 2 field goals (58 yds, 21 yds) to bring his program-record career total to 289 points.
• C Ivory Wade made his team-leading 42nd consecutive start.
• Jones made a 58-yard field goal in the 1st quarter, tying for the 3rd-longest made FG in program history and longest since Jeff Ireland’s 58-yard FG on Oct. 12, 1991.
• Jones joined Ireland and Bubba Hicks as the only kickers in program history with 3 career field goals from 50+ yards.
• Jones moved into 3rd on Baylor’s single-season kicking points list (81).



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