Baylor receiver Corey Coleman and the Bears look to rebound Saturday at Oklahoma State. John Rieger USA TODAY Sports

After his first frustrating week of the season, Baylor receiver Corey Coleman is ready to lead the No. 10 Bears' bounce-back Saturday at No. 6 Oklahoma State.

Coleman, the nation's leader in touchdowns and yards per game, was held to season lows in catches (three) and yards (51), and was held without a touchdown for the first time this season by Oklahoma's shifting defensive coverages.

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With its playoff hopes significantly dinged, Baylor (8-1, 5-1) still has a chance to capture a third consecutive Big 12 title, but it will have to take the first step by beating the Cowboys (10-0, 7-0) in Stillwater. Coleman said he's taking it upon himself to lead the way.

"I'm ready to roll, make sure everybody is confident," Coleman told reporters this seek. "Ready to play Oklahoma State and get this win. We've got to game-plan on the field so teams can't bracket me and do some of the stuff Oklahoma did."

Coleman credited the Sooners with an effective game plan that took him out of the action.

"They game-planned well for me with coverages," Coleman said. "Sometimes I was getting triple-teamed. They had the linebacker running out to the flat, a safety at 6 or 7 yards [off the ball] and then another safety over the top. They did a great job game-planning. Stuff didn't go the way we wanted to."

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