WACO, Texas (AP) — Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy and Baylor's Art Briles had plenty of good things to say about each other's offense.
The Big 12's top two offenses go head-to-head Saturday when the 24th-ranked Cowboys (7-4) play at Baylor (6-5) in their regular-season finale.
Both the Cowboys and Bears, already bowl eligible, are coming off overtime games in which nearly 100 points were scored. Baylor beat Texas Tech 52-45 at Cowboys Stadium, and Oklahoma State lost 51-48 at Oklahoma in a wild Bedlam game.
Baylor is bowl eligible for the third consecutive season, a first in school history. With another win, they will have at least seven wins three seasons in a row for the first time since 1949-51.