“Everybody had to play in it. It’s just different. You have to make sure that you are going to put a tight spiral on it all night so that you can kind of cut through it. I thought we handled it well,” Jones said. “The ball was moving around a bit, and the receivers did a great job of adjusting to it at times — especially on the touchdown grab to Justin for sure. He did a great job of being able to fight through it, and he had a good grab at the end.”
Baylor (4-5, 1-5) whittled OU’s lead down to 28-26 on Seastrunk’s 2-yard touchdown run midway through the third quarter. OU answered it with touchdown runs by Williams and a 55-yard scamper by Blake Bell early in the fourth quarter to put the game away. The win allowed OU to remain one game behind No. 3 Kansas State in the Big 12 standings. As long as OU keeps winning, it is on course for a BCS bowl berth. What happened on Saturday did nothing to change that.
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