OU Sooners Sport Minute

Oklahoma receiver Michael Woods (8) is tackled by Baylor's Al Walcott during Saturday's game at McLane Stadium in Waco, Texas.
Oklahoma receiver Michael Woods (8) is tackled by Baylor's Al Walcott during Saturday's game at McLane Stadium in Waco, Texas.

Oklahoma looked as flat offensively as it has in a long time Saturday, which contributed to a 27-14 Big 12 football loss to Baylor in Waco, Texas.

The offense managed just 260 yards for the game — a total that some Sooner teams might have had by the end of the first quarter. Passes were off target, balls were dropped, the running game was not firing on all cylinders.

The defense gave up too many big plays and forced just one turnover. Linebacker Caleb Kelly suffered a season-ending leg injury.

Media, both print and TV, thought Lincoln Riley and his staff were outcoached.

In the end, OU suffered its first loss of the season and is now tied with Oklahoma State for first place in the conference. OU has two games remaining in the regular season — vs. Iowa State at 11 a.m. Saturday and then at OSU on Nov. 27 in Stillwater, the latter which could be for the regular-season league title.

See what columnist Berry Tramel and staff writers Ryan Aber and Justin Martinez have to say about one of the team's poorest outings in a while.

This article originally appeared on Oklahoman: OU football struggles all the way around in Big 12 loss to Baylor