November 26, 2022

Oklahoma State vs. Baylor Score: Live Coverage, College Football Scores, Big 12 Championship Game Updates

Arlington, Texas – The No. 9 Baylor entered the fourth quarter of the Big 12 Championship game Saturday with a 21-13 lead over Oklahoma State 21-13. The Cowboys took advantage of a failed fourth-under conversion to get their first touchdown in the third quarter and turn it into a one-score ball game.

With opener Jerry Bohanan out of injury, backup quarterback Blake Shabben got off to a historic start, finishing the game with a big 12-title game record of 17 passes to start the game. He is up to 165 yards and three touchdowns, but had to be taken out to assess his shoulder late in the third quarter.

Oklahoma State quarterback Spencer Sanders made history in another direction as the Big 12 title was more than four interruptions of a player in game history. Sanders threw for 160 yards, but the Cowboys rushed for 56 total yards in 25 yards.

Baylor receiver Tycoon Thornton leads with 71 yards and a touchdown for the Bears, while Abram Smith accelerates to 57 yards. Oklahoma State receiver Day Martin has 63 yards, but the Cowboys average 3.9 yards per game.

Any team that wins, except Oklahoma, which has won the Big 12 crown since 2014, will become the first team to do so. CBS Sports will provide scoring updates, analysis and highlights throughout the Big 12 Championship Game. Keep it locked here until the kickoff first whistle.