WACO, Texas (AP) - Oklahoma remembers how to play the role of
Sam Bradford threw for 379 yards with two touchdowns, DeMarco
Murray ran for two scores and four other Sooners got into the end
zone in another lopsided victory over Baylor, 49-17 Saturday in
their Big 12 opener.
Bradford threw a 53-yard TD to Manuel Johnson only 70 seconds
into the game for the Sooners (5-0), who built a 28-0 lead by the
end of the first quarter.
The Sooners have never lost to Baylor (2-3), winning all 18
games in the series. The last five in Waco have been decided by an
average margin of 36 points.
Oklahoma this week moved into the No. 1 spot of the AP poll for
a record 96th time, but first since 2003, after an upset-filled
weekend when the Sooners were the only one of the top four teams to
win. They appeared intent on making it 97 with a quick start
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