Oklahoma took an early 14-3 lead over Baylor in Saturday's marquee noon contest, but three unanswered second quarter touchdowns from the Bears gave Art Briles' squad a 24-14 at halftime.
Baylor's first drive of the third quarter saw them throw and complete nine straight short passes, taking advantage of soft coverage from the Oklahoma defense to drive down the field for a touchdown. After the score, defensive back Julian Wilson was visibly upset with the Sooners' coaching staff on the sidelines.
Former Oklahoma safety Tony Jefferson, now with the Arizona Cardinals, let his frustration out on Twitter.
We need better defensive schemes. Smh— Tony Jefferson (@tonyjefferson1) November 8, 2014
On the second play of Baylor's next drive, Corey Coleman beat Wilson for a 48-yard catch deep, leading to another touchdown. Sometimes, there's just no stopping the Bears.