Baylor-Oklahoma Postgame Notes

Oct. 10, 2009

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NO. 19 OKLAHOMA (3-2, 1-0) 33, BAYLOR (3-2, 0-1) 7
OCT. 10, 2009 • ATTENDANCE: 84,478

• Oklahoma leads the all-time series 19-0, including a 10-0 advantage in games played at Norman.
• Baylor is 45-44-4 all-time in conference openers, including a 3-11 mark in Big 12 openers. The Bears are 0-7 in Big 12 openers on the road.
• Baylor is 41-159-6 all-time against ranked opponents, going 26-14-5 when unranked and playing a ranked opponent.
• The Bears have lost 19 consecutive games against ranked opponents since defeating 16th-ranked Texas A&M in 2004.
• Baylor is 41-81-2 all-time in televised games, including a 2-1 mark this season.
• Baylor is 47-50-4 all-time on the second weekend of October. The Bears are 202-202-21 all-time in the month of October.

• Baylor has lost 20 consecutive games when trailing at halftime. The last time Baylor overcame a halftime deficit was Oct. 21, 2006, against Kansas when the Bears overcame a 35-17 halftime deficit for a 36-35 victory.
• Baylor held Oklahoma scoreless in the first quarter for the first time since the 2005 game. The Bears led 6-0 after the first in that game but trailed 24-13 at halftime. Oklahoma won the game 37-30 in double overtime.
• Fewest first-half points allowed by Baylor against Oklahoma since the 1998 game when the Bears led 3-0 at the half.
• Oklahoma's third-quarter interception snapped a streak of 137 pass attempts without an interception by Baylor quarterbacks, a streak that dated back to the fourth quarter of last year's season finale at Texas Tech (135 pass attempts this season). The Bears' lone interception thrown this season was on a pass attempt by IR Kendall Wright against Connecticut in the season's second game.
• Baylor snapped a streak of eight consecutive games with at least 100 yards rushing.
• Baylor was held below 25 yards rushing in a game for the first time since the 2007 Kansas State game (13 yards).
• Baylor's lowest single-game rushing yardage total since the 2006 Oklahoma game (minus-46 yards).
• Baylor failed to score a rushing touchdown for the first time since the 2007 season finale (vs. Oklahoma State). That snaps a 16-game streak, the second longest such streak in school history. The Baylor record for conseuctive games with a rushing touchdown is 33 games (1951-1954).
• Baylor falls to 0-10 in the Art Briles era when allowing more than 21 points. The Bears are 7-0 in that time when allowing 21 or fewer points.

• LB Joe Pawelek started his 38th consecutive game, the longest streak by a Baylor player since Maurice Lane's school-record, 45-game streak that ran from 2002 to 2005. • RG James Barnard, FS Jordan Lake and C J.D. Walton all started their 29th consecutive games.
• LB Antonio Jones started his 17th consecutive game.
• WR David Gettis started his 13th consecutive game.
• IR Kendall Wright has caught at least one pass in each game of his career, a 17-game streak.
• TE Justin Akers has caught at least one pass in eight consecutive games.
• BS Andrew Judy's second-quarter touchdown reception was the first reception of his career.
• IR Ernest Smith established a career high with six receptions. His previous high was four catches on two occasions.
• Smith set a new career high with 71 receiving yards. His previous high was 65 yards againt Rice in 2007.
• Lake posted his first double-digit tackle game of the season. It was the 10th double-digit tackle performance of his career.
• Gettis moved into 10th place on Baylor's career kickoff return yards list. He now has 1,114 yards.

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