WACO, Texas (AP) - Top-ranked Oklahoma was already looking ahead after a lopsided win over Baylor.
The Sooners didn't even bother to celebrate Saturday. Finally, the much-anticipated annual matchup against Texas is next on the schedule.
Coach Bob Stoops says everybody in the Sooners' locker room is fired up about it. Stoops says it's the next step to winning the Big 12's South Division and continue to compete for a national championship.
Ranked No. 1 for the first time since 2003 and playing a team they've never lost against, the Sooners made sure on Saturday that there was no chance of another upset before the Red River shootout.
They scored only 70 seconds into their Big 12 opener, and led Baylor 28-0 in the first quarter on the way to a 49-17 victory.
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