Oklahoma Vs. Baylor Score: Kendall Wright Touchdown Ties It, Was Inexplicable

The Oklahoma Sooners and Baylor Bears are finally scoring up to their reputations, even if they're having to pull out magic tricks to do it. OU led Baylor, 24-17, in the third quarter, until Robert Griffin III found Kendall Wright for an 87-yard touchdown, the longest of the year for the Bears.

Stay tuned here for Oklahoma-Baylor score updates and discussion.

The ball bounced off an Oklahoma defender, hurtled through the Waco air forever, and landed in Wright's arms. To say Griffin "found" Wright is not accurate. The ball found him, and would not be denied in its quest.

The Sooners were forced to punt from deep in their own territory on the next drive, and we could be going full #UPSETALERT if another one of those touchdowns occurs -- one nearly did, but Griffin missed a wide open 85-yarder. Eighteen minutes remain.

For further reading, news, discussion and more, visit Oklahoma blog Crimson and Cream Machine and Baylor blog Our Daily Bears.

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