Ashley Davis, Mason Prince and Haley Hughey are back to get through more Sooner Sports after a big weekend for more than just the football team.
The Sooners came back to Norman from Waco victorious. Oklahoma finished with 511 total yards, 6 touchdowns and just one interception. QB Baker Mayfield had a strong game too, as he accounted for 346 total yards and 4 touchdowns.
RB Samaje Perine held on strong too, finishing the game with two rushing touchdowns and 166 rushing yards.
The Sooner defense was able to hold the Bears down to 416 yards during the face-off, which is 215 yards fewer than the Baylor average during games.
Among stellar players, sophomore cornerback Jordan Thomas only allowed Baylor WR Corey Coleman to 51 yards and 3 catches during the game.
Mason chose his football MVP after the face-off in Waco. Mason thinks WR Sterling Shepard deserves the honor after 14 catches, 177 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Haley chose her MVP to be senior defensive end Charles Tapper. Tapper has been maintaining constant strength during games, and against Baylor he accounted for six tackles, 4 of them were solo.
Along with football talk, Mason Prince talked to QB Baker Mayfield about his game against the Bears, and his chances at a Heisman.
While football dominated the weekend, the Men’s and Women’s Basketball Teams finished their scrimmage games and hope to start the season strong.
Sooner Volleyball had a strong weekend as well, winning all three sets against the Baylor Bears.
Along with football, volleyball and basketball, Mason and Haley talked through more Sooners Sports.
Sooner Sports Pad Reporter Clarke Sachs sat down with a former Sooner football player to discuss his future after he puts down the helmet.
And, to win out, the Sooners are going to have to limit their penalties and the defense is going to have to maintain its strong stride.
As well as football talk, Ashley, Mason and Haley had sophomore safety Steven Parker and sophomore cornerback Jordan Thomas join them on the set.
The Sooners host the Horned Frogs this Saturday. Kickoff is set for 7:00 p.m. Oklahoma lost its last face-off against TCU last year, the final score was 33-37.