The Oklahoma vs. Baylor live TV and streaming online game arrives in primetime Saturday night as part of the Week 11 NCAA football 2015 schedule. It’ll feature the Bears and Sooners in a battle of Big 12 opponents who both could still grab a college football playoff berth. Whoever wins tonight will likely have the greater chance to get that spot, making this a crucial game at Baylor. The 2015 NCAA football live online and televised matchup arrives through ABC and ESPN networks.
According to a Nov. 13 Fox Sports report, both teams will look to have a strong running game in order to try to grab this important victory. For Baylor it will be on the shoulders of Shock Linwood, while Oklahoma will look to Samaje Perine and Joe Mixon to get things going for their rushing game. The two Sooners backs have combined for 1,325 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns so far this season. Linwood has just under 300 yards less than that, and nine touchdowns on his own for the Bears.
Oklahoma enters the matchup as the No. 12 team and just recently routed Iowa State by a final of 52-16. Baker Mayfield came up big again with a 23-for-31 passing performance that resulted in 342 yards and three touchdowns, while Perine and Mixon each added TDs. Baylor, currently ranked at No. 6, is 8-0 and 5-0 in conference. They took down Kansas State in a close one, winning 31-24 last Thursday. Linwood rushed for 72 yards with Devin Chafin adding 39. Quarterback Jarrett Stidham came up big with 419 yards and three touchdowns on 23-for-33 passing.
The point spread first opened at a touchdown in favor of the Bears, but since then it’s moved down to as low as 2-1/2 points in their favor at various sports books. On the moneyline, Baylor is priced at -140 while Oklahoma is +120 at online sports book 5Dimes. Both teams are still relevant as possible college football champions this season. On the future odds, Baylor is fourth among favorites with odds of 15 to 1, while Oklahoma is sixth with odds of 20 to 1, tying them with in-state rivals, Oklahoma State.
Saturday’s Oklahoma vs. Baylor game gets started at 8 p.m. Eastern Time. ABC will present the live televised game coverage for U.S. viewers. Live streaming online feeds will be available on the WatchESPN/ESPN3 broadband sports network site or apps for customers of participating cable and satellite companies. For tonight’s live audio commentary, Sirius XM Satellite subscribers can listen via channel 80 for national coverage, or channels 84 and 119 for the home and away team coverage.