5 Bold Predictions For Baylor vs. Oklahoma State In College Football Week 12

By Trevor Lowry
5 Bold Predictions For Baylor vs. Oklahoma State In College Football Week 12
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Predictions For Baylor vs. Oklahoma State

Predictions For Baylor vs. Oklahoma State Credit: Getty Images
The winner of this game will shoot up the College Football Playoff rankings, or that’s at least how it should be. However, if the Bears manage to knock off the Cowboys on the road, the Big 12 is going to be a mess, and could get the snub treatment once again.

And now, here are five bold predictions for one of the main events for Week 12.

Predictions For Baylor vs. Oklahoma State

The winner of this game will shoot up the College Football Playoff rankings, or that’s at least how it should be. However, if the Bears manage to knock off the Cowboys on the road, the Big 12 is going to be a mess, and could get the snub treatment once again.

And now, here are five bold predictions for one of the main events for Week 12.

5. Corey Coleman Gets Close To 230 Receiving Yards

5. Corey Coleman Gets Close To 230 Receiving Yards Credit: Getty Images
If Corey Coleman actually goes off for 230 yards, he could be the Heisman leader entering Week 13.

For people out there saying there is no chance that Coleman goes off like that since Seth Russell is no longer making the throws, here is something to think about: Coleman had 216 yards when Jarrett Stidham was making the passes.

Note: Stidham’s status for the game is still up in the air.

5. Corey Coleman Gets Close To 230 Receiving Yards

If Corey Coleman actually goes off for 230 yards, he could be the Heisman leader entering Week 13.

For people out there saying there is no chance that Coleman goes off like that since Seth Russell is no longer making the throws, here is something to think about: Coleman had 216 yards when Jarrett Stidham was making the passes.

Note: Stidham’s status for the game is still up in the air.

4. Shock Linwood Holds His Own With 2 Rushing TDs

4. Shock Linwood Holds His Own With 2 Rushing TDs Credit: Getty Images
Shock Linwood has taken a few games off when it comes to finding the end zone, but he will hold up his end of the deal by having two rushing touchdowns against Oklahoma State. Baylor could sure use a big outing out of him right about now.

4. Shock Linwood Holds His Own With 2 Rushing TDs

Shock Linwood has taken a few games off when it comes to finding the end zone, but he will hold up his end of the deal by having two rushing touchdowns against Oklahoma State. Baylor could sure use a big outing out of him right about now.

3. Mason Rudolph Throws 5 TDs, 2 INTs

3. Mason Rudolph Throws 5 TDs, 2 INTs Credit: Getty Images
Mason Rudolph had five TD passes against the TCU Horned Frogs. He might not wear a Heisman cape, but he is capable of striking for another five TDs on the biggest stage once again. This time around, that will come with some baggage, as he will also throw two INTs.

3. Mason Rudolph Throws 5 TDs, 2 INTs

Mason Rudolph had five TD passes against the TCU Horned Frogs. He might not wear a Heisman cape, but he is capable of striking for another five TDs on the biggest stage once again. This time around, that will come with some baggage, as he will also throw two INTs.

2. Baylor Gets Back To Its High-Scoring Ways, Wins The Showdown

2. Baylor Gets Back To Its High-Scoring Ways, Wins The Showdown Credit: Getty Images
Baylor’s offense has not been as good since Russell went down for the season, which can be expected since he was the starting QB.

However, Baylor doesn’t have the highest-scoring offense in the country because of one player, and that will prove to be the case this weekend. The Bears will reach 50 points again. In the process, they will make things very interesting by handing Oklahoma State its first loss.

2. Baylor Gets Back To Its High-Scoring Ways, Wins The Showdown

Baylor’s offense has not been as good since Russell went down for the season, which can be expected since he was the starting QB.

However, Baylor doesn’t have the highest-scoring offense in the country because of one player, and that will prove to be the case this weekend. The Bears will reach 50 points again. In the process, they will make things very interesting by handing Oklahoma State its first loss.

1. The If Game: If The Cowboys Win, They Move Up To No. 2

1. The If Game: If The Cowboys Win, They Move Up To No. 2 Credit: Getty Images
Considering the College Football Playoff committee is anti-Big 12, this surely is a bold one. Of course, I am going with Baylor as well.

In the last playoff rankings, the Cowboys came in at No. 6. Being undefeated and knocking off TCU and Baylor in the process should be worth the No. 1 spot, but we will settle with No. 2 ... if Oklahoma State proves me wrong by winning.

1. The If Game: If The Cowboys Win, They Move Up To No. 2

Considering the College Football Playoff committee is anti-Big 12, this surely is a bold one. Of course, I am going with Baylor as well.

In the last playoff rankings, the Cowboys came in at No. 6. Being undefeated and knocking off TCU and Baylor in the process should be worth the No. 1 spot, but we will settle with No. 2 ... if Oklahoma State proves me wrong by winning.

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