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Warren’s 2 TDs serve No. 19 Oklahoma St. top No. 21 Baylor

Jaylen Warren ran for 125 yards and two touchdowns and No. 19 Oklahoma Dispute beat No. 21 Baylor 24-14 on Saturday in a matchup of Gargantuan 12 groups that entered the evening unbeaten.

Spencer Sanders passed for 182 yards and ran for 76, however he helped Baylor set up in the sport by throwing three interceptions. Tay Martin caught seven passes for 108 yards for the Cowboys (5-0, 2-0).

Abram Smith rushed for 97 yards and a touchdown for Baylor (4-1, 2-1), which finished with appropriate 280 entire yards. The Bears, who were coming off a bewitch over Iowa Dispute, overlooked a probability to beat ranked groups in consecutive weeks for the first time since 1974.

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Warren closed out Oklahoma Dispute’s opening force with an 8-yard touchdown urge. He gained 51 yards on seven carries all over the possession.

Sanders shook off two early interceptions and threw a 32-yard touchdown pass to Rashod Owens with 36 seconds left in the first half to give the Cowboys a 14-0 lead.

Oklahoma Dispute outgained Baylor 256 yards to 99 in the first half.

Baylor punted on its first eight possessions. The Bears had 23 yards speeding as a team late in the third quarter sooner than Smith ripped off a 55-yard touchdown urge on a fourth-and-2 to in the reduction of Oklahoma Dispute’s lead to 14-7.

Oklahoma Dispute led 17-7 sooner than Baylor’s offense, which had been bottled up many of the evening, went on a seven-play, 84-yard force. Gerry Bohanon scored on a 1-yard quarterback sneak to tidy Oklahoma Dispute’s lead to 17-14 early in the fourth quarter.

Warren assign the sport away with a 4-yard get on a fourth-and-1 with 2: 10 final.

THE TAKEAWAY

Baylor: The Bears entered the sport with the nation’s No. 6 speeding attack, however their ground sport became as soon as bottled up for many of the evening. Baylor finished with 107 yards on 29 makes an are trying after coming into the evening averaging 272 yards speeding per contest.

Oklahoma Dispute: The Cowboys won, however they were fortunate to destroy out after making so many errors. They’ll must trim it up if they hope to contend for the Gargantuan 12 title.

UP NEXT

Baylor: Hosts West Virginia on Saturday.

Oklahoma Dispute: At Texas on Oct. 16.

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