WACO, Texas — Oklahoma coach Jeff Capel tried twice to slow Baylor’s run, calling two timeouts during a scoreless stretch of more than five minutes. "I was trying to just calm us down,” Capel said. "Just get back to what we were doing early in the game.” Neither timeout accomplished his goal and his Sooners were eventually blown out 91-60 on Saturday in the Ferrell Center in front of 8,757 fans, the biggest crowd of Baylor’s season. Oklahoma (9-6, 0-1 Big 12) never regained the momentum that spawned its quick start. A 20-11 lead became a 41-26 halftime deficit after the Sooners were outscored 30-6 over the half’s final 11 minutes. "That’s been who we’ve been, unfortunately, this year,” Capel said. "We’ll be right there, and things will be going well, and all of a sudden the momentum changes a little bit and we can’t get out of it. We can’t get out of whatever rut we get into.” Capel pointed to a lazy entry pass by Cade Davis that led to an Ekpe Udoh three-point play, opening an early Bears’ 14-0 run and signaling that their hopes to score in transition would be realized for the remainder of the game. "We felt comfortable and let them back in the game,” said freshman forward Tiny Gallon. "Our heads got twisted and they went on a big run.” Baylor’s Tweety Carter said the Bears were too excited to open Big 12 play, too excited to begin the second half of their season and prove to the country that this season’s blazing start is different from last year. The Bears’ 12-2 start last season was marred by a 5-11 conference record and they slid to an NIT-bound 17-13. With the win over Oklahoma, Baylor’s first since 1977 (and first win over OU in Waco since 1954), the Bears improve to 13-1 and 1-0 in Big 12 play. "We just have to keep them coming,” said Udoh, who blocked seven shots and scored 14 points. The loss for Oklahoma was its worst since being beaten 108-71 by Kansas State on Feb. 21, 1981. "We didn’t compete at the level we’re supposed to,” said senior guard Tony Crocker.