The touchdown scored by the Baylor offense would not be a "gimme" by any means, as the Bears drove down the field 72-yards before QB Greg Cicero found WR Reggie Newhouse in the back of the endzone for the score.
The Bears would kick off, only to have the Sooners' return man get stripped of the ball giving the Bears another shot. This time the Sooner defense stiffened, but not before the Bears had gotten close enough to put up a field goal to give them the last of their 17 points.
The Sooners scored their final points of the game in the fouth quarter, on a touchdown, but were denied the point after. The Bears would rush for 106 yards for the game, and throw for another 138 for a total of 244 yards of offense. Last year, those totals were 69 yards rushing and 25 yards passing for a total of 94 yards.
It was another loss by the Bears, another road loss, and yes, another Big 12 loss, but no one believes the Bears are even close to being the same team they were a year ago. If you have a hard time believing that, I know some people in Oklahoma that would vehemently disagree with you.