Murray passes for career highs of 432 yards, six touchdowns against Baylor

The Associated Press - October 1, 2018 7:50 am

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) – Kyler Murray sat out the Sooners’ first offensive series then came on to pass for career highs of 432 yards and six touchdowns to help No. 6 Oklahoma defeat Baylor 66-33 on Saturday.

Austin Kendall opened the game, but Murray entered on the second possession and played nearly flawless football.

His passing touchdown total tied for second-best in school history behind Baker Mayfield’s seven against Texas Tech in 2016.

 

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