Oklahoma wins 20th in a row over Baylor 53-24

DeMarco Murray turned a short pass into a
long touchdown and ran for another score in the opening minutes to
get 16th-ranked Oklahoma off to a fast start in a 53-24 victory
over Baylor on Saturday night that kept the Sooners' Big 12 title
hopes alive.
Landry Jones threw for 325 yards and three touchdowns with a
5-yard score to Ryan Broyles, who became the first Oklahoma
receiver with a 100-catch season.
Oklahoma (9-2, 5-2 Big 12) has won all 20 games against the
Bears (7-5, 4-4), who wrapped up their first winning regular season
since 1995 despite losing all three of their November games - all
to ranked teams.
The Sooners play their regular season finale next Saturday at
12th-ranked Oklahoma State. The Bedlam rivalry could determine who
will represent South Division in the league's last scheduled
championship game, or could set up a three-way tie.

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