Baylor Bears vs. Oklahoma Sooners: Game time, live stream, TV coverage

Complete information for Saturday's game between the Baylor Bears and Oklahoma Sooners.
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Baylor Bears vs. Oklahoma Sooners

The No. 10 Baylor Bears (7-1) travel to play the No. 16 Oklahoma Sooners (6-2) on Saturday in Norman. Baylor racked up 669 yards of total offense last week to defeat Kansas 60-14 at home. Oklahoma rushed for 510 yards en route to a 59-14 win over Iowa State last week.

You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here

How to watch

Details for Saturday's game are below:

Kickoff: Noon

Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.

TV coverage: Fox Sports 1

Radio: For a list of Baylor affiliates, click here. For a list of Oklahoma affiliates, click here.

Season recaps


11/1: Baylor 60, Kansas 14

Baylor scored 40 unanswered points between the first and third quarters to break the game open. Bryce Petty completed 15 of 27 passes for 277 yards and three touchdowns, and Corey Coleman had three catches for 167 yards and two touchdowns. The Bears defense forced three turnovers and held the Jayhawks to 304 yards of total offense.

10/18: West Virginia 41, Baylor 27

Baylor lost its first game of the season as West Virginia scored 14 points in the fourth quarter. The Bears were held to just 318 yards of total offense, and Bryce Petty completed 16 of 36 passes for 223 yards and two touchdowns. Antwan Goodley had nine catches for 132 yards and a touchdown.

10/11:Baylor 61, TCU 58

The Bears scored the game's final 24 points to erase a 58-37 fourth-quarter deficit against the Horned Frogs. Bryce Petty completed 28 of 55 passes for 510 yards, six touchdowns and two interceptions. Shock Linwood ran 29 times for 178 yards as Baylor rushed for 272 yards. Antwan Goodley led the team with eight catches for 158 yards and two touchdowns, while Corey Coleman added eight catches for 144 yards and two touchdowns.

10/4: Baylor 28, Texas 7

Baylor took advantage of three Texas turnovers to remain undefeated. Bryce Petty threw for just 111 yards and two touchdowns, while the Bears' rushing attack led the way to victory. Shock Lindwood rushed for 148 yards and a touchdown. Antwan Goodley was the team's leading receiver with four catches for 69 yards and a touchdown. 

9/27: Baylor 49, Iowa State 28

Bryce Petty threw for 336 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Corey Coleman led the way receiving with 12 catches for 154 yards and a score, while Antwan Goodley hauled in six balls for 114 yards. Shock Lindwood rushed for 82 yards and three touchdowns.

9/12: Baylor 63, Buffalo 21

Bryce Petty returned to the field in a big way with 416 yards and four touchdown passes. Petty found five different wide receivers, with three of those players going for more than 100 yards. KD Cannon recorded six catches for 189 yards and a touchdown, Jay Lee hauled in nine passes for 136 yards and two touchdowns, and Lynx Hawthorne caught seven balls for 123 yards and two scores. 

9/6: Baylor 70, Northwestern State 6

In relief of Bryce Petty, Seth Russell had five first-half touchdown passes and 438 yards passing on the day. KD Cannon hauled in 6 catches for 223 yards and three touchdowns. Silas Nacita (104 yards, 2 TDs) and Johnny Jefferson (107 yards, TD) led the way on the ground. 

8/31: Baylor 45, SMU 0

Baylor opened up the new McLane Stadium with a win over in-state opponent SMU. The Bears racked up 574 yards of total offense and held SMU to only 67 thanks to -24 rushing yards. Quarterback Bryce Petty threw for 161 yards and two touchdowns in limited action, while Shock Lindwood rushed for 89 yards and a score. It was later revealed that Petty suffered two cracked bones in his back on the opening series.


11/1: Oklahoma 59, Iowa State 14

Three Sooners ran for more than 100 yards as Oklahoma rushed for 510 yards and five touchdowns against the Cyclones. Trevor Knight threw for 230 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions, while also running for 146 yards and three touchdowns. Alex Ross rushed for 144 yards, and Samaje Perine added 110 yards and a touchdown.

10/18: Kansas State 31, Oklahoma 30

A blocked PAT was the difference as the Sooners lost their second game of the season. Trevor Knight threw a touchdown pass to Durron Neal in the fourth quarter, but the PAT was blocked and the Sooners lost by 1. Knight completed 26 of 32 passes for 318 yards, three touchdowns and one interception in the loss. Sterling Shepard had 15 catches for 197 yards and touchdown.

10/11: Oklahoma 31, Texas 26

The Sooners, after falling in the Red River Rivalry last year against the Longhorns, came out victorious this year. Trevor Knight threw for 129 yards and a touchdown. However, the Sooners defense allowed 482 yards to this Texas offense and nearly squandered a lead that at one point was 31-13. 

10/04: TCU 37, Oklahoma 33

Oklahoma quarterback Trevor Knight threw two interceptions in the fourth quarter, and TCU hung on to win. Knight's second interception was returned 41 yards for a touchdown, giving the Horned Frogs a 37-31 lead. Oklahoma blocked the ensuing PAT attempt and returned it for a safety. Oklahoma's defense allowed 469 yards.

09/20: Oklahoma 45, West Virginia 33

The Sooners took the lead with 12:22 remaining in the third quarter when Samaje Perine scored on a 9-yard run to break a 24-24 tie. Oklahoma ran for 301 yards; the Sooners have won 36 straight games in which they've rushed for at least 200 yards. Alex Ross' 100-yard kick return for a touchdown gave the Sooners two 100-yard plays in the same season for the first time in program history.

09/13: Oklahoma 34, Tennessee 10

Oklahoma had five sacks in the game after posting four in the first two games. For the first time since 2009, the Sooners held their first three opponents to 17 points or less.

09/06: Oklahoma 52, Tulsa 7

The Sooners' 52 points were their most since scoring 63 against Texas in 2012. Oklahoma improved to 20-1 in its last 21 games against unranked opponents. The Sooners are 13-3 in road openers under coach Bob Stoops.

08/30: Oklahoma 48, Louisiana Tech 16

The Sooners are now 49-9-5 all-time in home openers. Oklahoma scored 21 points in the first quarter, the first time it has scored that many in an opening period since 2010 at Baylor. Running backs Keith Ford and Alex Ross each ran for two touchdowns, the first time the Sooners have had two runners score at least two touchdowns since 2012 against Florida A&M.