The way Baylor scores it is 89-26. That's the cumulative score of the Bears' win against Oklahoma the last two seasons. Make it 134-64 in three wins in the last four seasons.
So what exactly does No. 6 Baylor have to prove against No. 15 Oklahoma on Saturday night? If you're asking Bears coach Art Briles, the answer is probably, not much. If asking the College Football Playoff committee, the answer is probably, plenty.
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"I can see why they're doing it," Bears left tackle Spencer Drango said of the naysayers. "Apparently, we haven't played anybody good. But I say the Big 12 is a really good conference and anyone can beat anyone. If we win out, that says enough."
The Bears' lightweight schedule had plenty to do with them starting at No. 6 in the College Football Playoff rankings when the AP poll and coaches poll both had Baylor at No. 2 entering last week's game. The Sooners represent the first chance this season for Baylor to notch a win over a ranked opponent, an opponent gunning for the Big 12 title and perhaps even a backdoor into the final top four on Dec. 6.
"What we look at is what we've done in big games prior to this," Briles told reporters Monday. "We've been in a bunch of big games since 2010, really. And we've done pretty well in our share of them. So, you look at past failures and productions and try to pull from the productions more than the others."