Robert Griffin III's fourth touchdown pass was ranked Oklahoma, 45-38, in dramatic fashion.

Griffin could not be contained by the Sooners all night, as he ended with a school record 479 yards on 21-of-34 passes and added 72 yards on the ground.

He took over in the final minute after Blake Bell's fourth rushing touchdown tied the game, 38-38. First, Griffin scrambled for 22 yards to gain the Baylor 46-yard line. After another eight-yard scamper and a 12-yard pass to Kendall Wright, the dynamic signal-caller bought time with his legs and hit Williams streaking across the back of the end zone for a 34-yard touchdown.

Baylor (7-3, 4-3 Big 12), which had not won in 20 previous meetings against Oklahoma (8-2, 5-2), recovered a botched squib kick to seal the historic win.