2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
11-2, 1st in Big 12
Oklahoma defeats Baylor in OT thriller to win Big 12 title (2:16)
3h
Oklahoma's Stevenson scores short TD in OT (0:28)
4h
Oklahoma makes big stop on 4th down to seal Big 12 championship (0:47)
4h
Brewer hits his head on the ground after getting tackled (0:49)
4h
Ebner turns on the jets for an 81-yard TD (0:46)
5h
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5hSam Khan Jr.

Baylor loses Brewer after big hits in Big 12 loss

Erring "on the side of caution," Baylor coach Matt Rhule ruled Charlie Brewer out for the remainder of the Big 12 title game after two bigs hits, including one where the QB's helmet hit the turf on a sack by Oklahoma's Kenneth Murray.

Brewer ruled out for rest of Big 12 title game (0:28)
6h
Bohanon connects with Thornton on deep 33-yard TD pass (0:32)
6h
Hurts gets picked off by Baylor's Williams (0:39)
6h
Baylor's Brewer trucks Radley-Hiles (0:31)
7h
Brooks muscles his way to score Oklahoma's 1st TD (0:33)
7h
Howard: Baylor needs to contain Hurts' run game (1:09)
9h
2d

CFB Pod: Negandhi and Pollack preview Championship Weekend. Plus, Jonathan Vilma

Kevin Negandhi and David Pollack kick off the podcast by discussing David's appearances across ESPN, their thoughts on championship games and Kevin's eight-team playoff idea. Then the guys preview the conference championship games (8:25), hitting on Utah-Oregon, Baylor-Oklahoma, Cincinnati-Memphis, Georgia-LSU, Clemson-Virginia and Ohio State-Wisconsin. Later, they take listener questions (33:43) on the Group of 5, bowl game swag bags and Christmas. Next, Jonathan Vilma joins the podcast (41:22) to talk about scenarios for the No. 4 seed, his thoughts on Clemson, if he could play college football right now and be the same player he was, and the moment he knew his Miami team was going to beat Nebraska in the national championship game.

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3d

OSU's Hubbard, Baylor's Lynch win Big 12 honors

NCAA rushing leader Chuba Hubbard from Oklahoma State has been named the Big 12 offensive player of the year, and conference sacks leader James Lynch from Baylor is the top defensive player. Baylor's Matt Rhule was chosen as the league's top coach.

Team Stats

Passing Yards258.941st
Rushing Yards186.241st
Points For36.235th
Points Against18.4