Baylor (3-2, 0-2 Big 12) at Texas (4-2, 1-2), 7 p.m. CT Saturday (ABC)
Line: Texas by 11
Series Record: Texas leads 73-24-4.
WHAT'S AT STAKE
Both teams are looking to bounce back from blowout losses that were huge disappointments. Baylor couldn't stop TCU and a freshman quarterback in a 49-21 loss. Texas fell to Oklahoma 63-21, the third time the Longhorns have given up 60-plus points in 15 Oklahoma games under Mack Brown. The Bears have back-to-back wins over the Longhorns for the first time in 20 years. They've never won three straight in the series.
Baylor offense vs. Texas defense. The Bears rank second nationally in total offense (QB Nick Florence is first individually), and Baylor is third in scoring offense. The Longhorns are 99th in total defense and 94th in scoring defense. The Longhorns gave up 677 total yards and 343 rushing yards against the Sooners, including the longest run in the rivalry's 107-game history.
PLAYERS TO WATCH
Baylor WR Terrance Williams had touchdown catches of 77 and 74 yards in last week's loss to TCU. He leads the nation at 166 receiving yards per game and has multiple touchdowns in four consecutive games.
Texas QB David Ash is nursing a sore left wrist, on his non-throwing side, but expects to play. He and the Texas offense looked overmatched against Oklahoma for the second straight year. The difference was how much better the Longhorns looked offensively this year before facing the Sooners.
FACTS & FIGURES
Baylor's turnover margin is plus-6 in its wins and minus-7 in its losses. ... Texas matched its season total of three turnovers with three against Oklahoma. ... The Bears have scored 11 TDs on drives of 1 minute or less. ... The Longhorns will face an opponent ranked in the top 10 nationally in either total offense or scoring offense for the fourth time in five games. ... Baylor's loss to TCU snapped an 11-game streak of scoring at least 30 points. ... Texas was held to 289 total yards against Oklahoma after a previous low of 404 this season.