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Earthquake hits Stillwater in advance of Saturday's Baylor-Oklahoma State game

Boone Pickens Stadium A 3.7 magnitude earthquake hit six miles from Stillwater, Okla., on Friday morning. (Brett Deering/Getty Images)

Nothing has been able to stop Baylor's high-octane offense this season. The Bears are averaging 684.8 yards and 61.2 points per game, both first in the nation. But Baylor has yet to face one particularly formidable opponent: Mother Nature.

On Friday morning, News 9 in Oklahoma City reported that a 3.7 magnitude earthquake struck six miles northeast of Stillwater, Okla., the site of Saturday's matchup between No. 3 Baylor (9-0) and No. 11 Oklahoma State (9-1). This, clearly, is an unprecedented defensive approach engineered by Cowboys head coach Mike Gundy.

Note to Baylor coach Art Briles: Give Nick Saban a call. He probably knew about this earthquake before you did, as he definitely watched the Weather Channel this morning. The Process has a plan to handle everything, except maybe magazine covers.
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