WACO, Texas — Must be nice to be Oklahoma. Must be nice to have used perhaps one-third of your playbook and preached nothing but the basics defensively, yet you're still ranked No. 1 with an average victory margin just shy of 36 points going into your Red River Rivalry game against Texas. Come Saturday in Dallas, the Sooners are expected to go all Baskin-Robbins on the Longhorns, and hold the vanilla. As a tune up on Saturday, OU treated Baylor like it was, well, Baylor. The unbeaten Sooners have pretty much treated every opponent this season as if it was Baylor. OU disposed of the Bears 49-17 before an announced crowd of 37,145 at Floyd Casey Stadium that was at least half-crimson. As they have done all season, the Sooners jumped out to a big lead early, battled occasional flashes of attention deficit disorder, but at no point was the game ever in doubt. OU led 28-0 in the first quarter and led by at least three touchdowns the rest of the way. The Sooners have thoroughly whooped all five opponents en route to this week's showdown at the Cotton Bowl. And in that five-game hand of poker, they have yet to show their cards, presumably saving all the good stuff for the Longhorns at the Cotton Bowl. OU offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson has used five game plans to beat five opponents, and none of those plans coincides with the plan to beat Texas. “We weren't trying to hold (anything back) as much as this was just how we were attacking this particular game,” Wilson said of rolling up 594 yards on Baylor. “Each week is going to be different, based on the defense you attack.” It's one thing to suggest an offensive coordinator has hidden fancy plays and potential chicanery, but don't dare ask a defensive coordinator if he's been holding back anything. “That question doesn't even make sense to me,” OU defensive back coach Bobby Jack Wright said. “We tried to line up and beat Baylor today. Nobody was preparing for Texas, thinking about Texas, playing things close to vest or anything else. We tried to play as good as we could play today with everything we've got.” OU defensive coordinator Brent Venables laughed at the suggestion of not going all-out against every opponent. “Hey, we're trying to win,” Venables said. "It's about playing hard, being disciplined, playing consistently and you've got to execute. It doesn't matter if they know what (defense) you're in. With championship-caliber teams, you do what you do. You don't care if people know what you do, you just do it really, really well.” John Rohde: 475-3099. John Rohde can be heard Monday-Friday from 9-11 a.m. on New JOX 930 (AM).