Oklahoma State at Baylor: 10 Things We Learned from Bears' Win vs. Cowboys

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Oklahoma State at Baylor: 10 Things We Learned from Bears' Win vs. Cowboys
Jerome Miron-US PRESSWIRE

Baylor and Oklahoma State were locked in a traditional Big 12 Conference shootout in Waco, but the Bears emerged with a 41-34 victory to improve to 7-5 on the season.

Both teams came up with great offensive plays and numerous defensive stops, but Baylor pulled through thanks to an excellent performance from quarterback Nick Florence, who finished with 295 yards through the air.

OSU was led by 130 yards on the ground from Joseph Randle and 336 yards through the air from Clint Chelf.

However, the tipping point in the game was an incredible 76-yard run from Baylor's Lache Seastrunk, who came up with a cramped quad midway through the run, but finished the play to put the Bears ahead by two touchdowns late in the fourth quarter.

Here are 10 takeaways from Baylor's senior-day win over Oklahoma State:

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