Baylor upsets Oklahoma State to knock Cowboys out of playoff contention
Championship weekend usually brings the chaos, however the Massive 12 title sport instantly threw a wrench into School Soccer Playoff. No. 9 Baylor pulled off a slim upset over No. 5 Oklahoma State to shake up the rankings.
The Bears jumped out to a 21–6 lead at halftime as its backup quarterback, Blake Shapen, had a near-perfect first half. However, the sport got here down to inches as Baylor’s sixth-year senior Jairon McVea made a vital fourth-down cease on the one-yard line.
This 21–16 win for the Bears successfully knocked the Cowboys out of playoff contention, probably pushing Notre Dame in a greater place regardless of the latest teaching change. Earlier this week, School Soccer Playoff choice committee chair Gary Barta walked again controversial feedback about how Brian Kelly leaving might impression the Combating Irish’s playoff possibilities. Barta mentioned Saturday “I’d be actually shocked if it (the teaching change) elements into the dialog in any respect.”
Oklahoma State’s loss does muddy the waters if both No. 4 Cincinnati or No. 2 Michigan lose their respective convention title video games. Sitting at No. 7 is an Ohio State staff that won’t play in its convention championship sport, whereas No. 9 Baylor is at 11–2 and a convention champion.
The Bearcats face No. 21 Houston at 4 p.m. ET whereas the Wolverines will tackle No. 13 Iowa at 8:00 p.m. ET.
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