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Winner Of Oklahoma vs Baylor Is Obvious, Says ESPN

Winner Of Oklahoma vs Baylor Is Obvious, Says ESPN

Winner Of Oklahoma vs Baylor Is Obvious, Says ESPN

The winner of Oklahoma vs Baylor is obvious, says ESPN.

The Big 12 Championship game will be a rematch of an exciting game from two weeks ago.

In that outing Baylor tested the Sooners in a way no team other than Kansas State has all season long, before ultimately failing to make the big plays when it mattered most.

Fortunately, the No. 8 Bears will get their shot at redemption against a No. 6 ranked Oklahoma squad.

While it is unlikely that the Sooners will be able to win their way into the College Football Playoff even if they repeat against Baylor, there is still a lot on the line in this game.

Oklahoma’s offense has been terrific all season long, but that was sort of expected coming in.

What was not expected what how good Baylor would look.

Despite how strong the Bears have been all year long, though, ESPN’s statistical analysis of the upcoming outing says that the have no shot in this one.

According to ESPN, Oklahoma has a 69.4 percent chance of winning Saturday’s big game.

Will Baylor be able to shock the world again, much in the way they have all season long?

We’ll find out once and for all this weekend.

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Carlos Garcia

A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.

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