The Baylor Bears appear to have gotten mad after being down 14-3 after one quarter to the Oklahoma Sooners.
So they did something about it.
45 straight points later, the Bears walked out of Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma with a 45-14 win.
Baylor's Corey Coleman had 15 catches for 224 yards and a touchdown and the Baylor defense knocked OU starting QB Trevor Knight out of the game.
Knight was injured on a sack where he was driven into the turf. His injury was serious enough that he was wheeled off the field, immobilized on a backboard. No word on his injuries, but he did give a #1 sign to the crowd.
Video from FOX Sports:
The win moves Baylor to 8-1 on the season, 5-1 in the Big 12. And barring a setback, it continues aligning the Bears with Kansas State, who they will likely face for what will probably be the Big 12 title and a playoff berth, at home on Dec. 6th.
Here is some more video from the game featuring Baylor QB Bryce Petty throwing a TD to the aforementioned Corey Coleman: