WACO, Texas--Oklahoma's been dominant in the third quarter all season.
Two quick touchdowns against Baylor and that's continued. Oklahoma's taken a 24-17 lead in just 3:39 of game time in the second half.
Oklahoma has now outscored opponents 132-10 in the third quarter this season.
Landry Jones has been on the money so far, too. He hit James Hanna for a 54-yard gain on the half's opening drive and found Kenny Stills for a 31-yard gain on the second drive.
Those were sandwiched around a fourth-down stop in Baylor territory that ignited a huge celebration on the OU sidelines.
The Sooners looked like they missed receiver Ryan Broyles badly in the first half, which featured just one touchdown.
All of a sudden, that doesn't look like the case.