Baylor vs. Oklahoma 2012 viewing guide: Preview, TV schedule and more

Ronald Martinez

OKlahoma is looking to get past Baylor after losing to them last year. Full Saturday TV schedule here.

When the Oklahoma Sooners play the Baylor Bears this Saturday, they are looking to improve to 11-0 all time when facing the Bears at home. Last year, Baylor snapped their 20-game losing streak against Oklahoma by winning, 45-38, but that was with Robert Griffin III at quarterback.

The current Baylor quarterback, Nick Florence, has confidence that they will beat Oklahoma again:

"We absolutely have confidence from last year," said senior Nick Florence, whose 377.4 passing yards per game lead the FBS. "We beat them last year and it's a good deal and we will feed off of that, but at the same time it's a totally different year and we are a totally different team and they are a totally different team. So yeah we beat them last year, that's great, but it's a new year, it's a new time and let's write a new chapter this year."

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The Bears do have an offense that can put up a lot of points. They average 43 points per game, and can hang with this Oklahoma team. However, Oklahoma's defense is one of the better units in the country by allowing just 18 points per game, so Baylor may have a hard time putting up points.

Oklahoma has won 37 of 38 games at home against unranked teams.

Game time, TV channel: 3:30 p.m. ET, Fox Sports Net

Online streaming video: None

Point spread: Oklahoma is favored by 19.5 points.

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