Game ball goes to: Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin—He was nothing short of phenomenal in this one, coming forth in a Heisman-like moment down the stretch. With 51 seconds remaining, Griffin calmly guided his team down the field and found wide receiver Terrance Williams for the game-winning 34-yard touchdown. Griffin had four touchdown tosses and racked up 479 yards through the air and 72 on the ground.
Play of the game: With eight seconds left, Griffin scrambled around and found Williams in the back right corner of the eight zone for the game-winner. It was just moments after OU tied it up at 38.
It was over when: Baylor recovered the final kickoff after OU could not receive it on the bounce. Instead of a long hail mary, Baylor was able to run out the clock.
Surprise of the game:Quarterback Blake Bell accounted for four of OU's five touchdowns, and quarterback Landry Jones accounted for none. All of those Bell touchdowns were on the ground in the Bellcat formation.
The biggest thing we learned: Simply no one has an answer for that formation with Bell. One positive out of this is the fact that OU, as the last few games have suggested, has a dominant goal line call no one can really seem to stop.
The biggest concern: The secondary can't seem to cover anything or anyone. Griffin mustered up scoring plays of 69- and 87-yards against them and found open holes all over the field all day.
Streak snapped: 20 straight victories against Baylor and an undefeated series against the Bears