WACO -- ESPN radio analyst Dennis Franchione says if he was Art Briles, he'd ask his Baylor Bears to pray for turnovers as Baylor host top ranked Oklahoma Saturday afternoon at 11:30.
Baylor will be looking for its first win ever over a number 1 ranked team. Back in 1957 the Bears beat Tennessee in the Sugar Bowl when the Volunteers were ranked second.
The former Texas A&M head football coach now turned radio analyst said that if Baylor could win the turnover battle that they might have a chance to pull off the upset on the banks of the Brazos.
"Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin is an exciting player to watch. He hasn't thrown an interception yet, which is remarkable considering he's a true freshman", ended Franchione.
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