Last year's meeting between the Baylor Bears and Oklahoma Sooners was the only game of the season that Sam Bradford was able to complete. Oklahoma's version of the Golden Boy didn't disappoint either. Despite nearly a dozen drops by his receivers, Bradford was able to pass for 389 yards and a score. Chris Brown led the way for Oklahoma's rushing attack with two scores and 95 yards on the ground. DeMarco Murray also had a score and 82 yards rushing. It should also be mentioned that Jimmy Stevens booted 4 field goals in route to a 33-7 Sooner victory.
Defensively the Sooners held the Bears to 268 total net yards while sacking Baylor quarterbacks twice and nabbing two interceptions. The most dominating statistic for Oklahoma's defense that day is that they held the Bears to just 6 rushing yards on 17 carries.