Oklahoma Jumps To No. 8 In AP Poll After Historic Comeback

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November 17, 2019

PHOTO: Sooner Wire

Oklahoma kept its College Football Playoff hopes alive by putting together its biggest comeback win in school history.

The No. 10 Sooners climbed out of a 25-point deficit against No. 13 Baylor to give the Bears their first loss of the season, escaping McLane Stadium with a 34-31 win. (READ MORE) by Sam Khan Jr. | ESPN

Had it all the way, right? Oklahoma rallied from a 25-point deficit to beat No. 10 Baylor, dominating the second half and keeping its College Football Playoff hopes alive. Gabe Brkic’s 31-yard field goal with less than two minutes left provided the winning margin in the No. 8 Sooners’ 34-31 victory.

Jalen Hurts committed three turnovers – two led to Baylor touchdowns and another prevented an Oklahoma TD – but the Sooners dominated the second half to knock off the Bears.

Nik Bonitto’s interception with 29 seconds left in the game sealed Oklahoma’s victory, and Baylor’s first loss. (READ MORE) by George Schroeder | USA TODAY

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