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Baylor vs. Oklahoma 2012: TV schedule, game time, spread and more

The Sooners host Baylor with hopes of claiming the Big 12 title still alive.

Ronald Martinez

The Oklahoma Sooners, now ranked No. 12 in the BCS standings, are set to host the Baylor Bears in Norman on Saturday.

Quarterback Landry Jones has completed 65% of his passes for 16 touchdowns, leading the country's 14th-best total offense. In addition to its offense, Oklahoma also sports a top-20 defense. The Sooners got back in the win column on Nov. 3 with a win against the Iowa State Cyclones. Sitting at second place in the Big 12 standings, the Sooners must likely win out (in addition to getting help from Kansas State) for a shot to win the conference.

For Baylor, Nick Florence threw for 367 yards in a last weeks' 41-14 win over the Kansas Jayhawks. That amount is actually less than Baylor's per-game passing average, which leads the nation at 392 yards per game -- but that's because the Bears amassed 299 yards on the ground as well. The win ended a four-game losing streak for the Bears, who also happen to sport the nation's worst total defense among non-provisional teams, surrendering 527 yards per game.

Oklahoma leads the all-time series between the two schools, 20-1, with Baylor's lone win coming in 2011.

Date/Time: Sat., Nov. 10, 2:30 p.m. CT

TV: Fox Sports Network

Odds: Oklahoma is favored by 20.5 points.

For more on this game visit Oklahoma blog Crimson & Cream Machine or Baylor site Our Daily Bears.

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