Five things to watch on the final day of the season on Sunday, including Cole Hamels pitching for the Texas Rangers with the AL West on the line.
Don't leave me hangin', ref!
That's exactly what happened, though, as Baylor WR Corey Coleman couldn't get a high-five after his second TD of the game.
Selfie time for LaDainian Tomlinson
The TCU alum made a game-time decision for his family to pose for a tongues-out selfie at Saturday's TCU vs. Texas matchup.
Josh Doctson's ridiculous TD grab
Josh Doctson makes highlight-reel grabs every week, but this one ranks among the best, as he went way up and got his feet in bounds. This was just one of TCU's six touchdowns in a 50-7 win over Texas.
The Angels rallied for five runs in the ninth inning, keeping their playoff hopes alive into the final day of the regular season with an 11-10 win over Texas on Saturday.
No. 5 Baylor aced its first big test of the season, beating up Texas Tech for a 63-35 blowout at AT&T Stadium.
Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer
Seth Russell was sharp in Baylor's 63-35 win over Texas Tech, putting up 367 total yards and five TDs in the blowout. Russell guided Baylor to nine scoring drives on nearly 9 yards per play.
Seth Russell passed for 286 yards and four touchdowns and ran for two more scores while Shock Linwood rushed for a career-high 221 yards and two touchdowns as No. 5 Baylor began its pursuit of a
On the cusp of clinching the AL West, the Rangers blew a four-run lead in the ninth inning against an Angels team that couldn't afford to lose if it's going to stay in the AL wild-card race.
Baylor hits the over
With this touchdown -- Corey Coleman's third of the day -- and the ensuing extra point, Baylor took a 63-28 lead over Texas Tech. That's 91 total points, topping the over/under of 90.
@Rangers tweeted "FireCharlie.# bye" during the Texas Rangers' tilt with the Los Angeles Angels.
The Angels mount one of the most improbable rallies of the major league season to deny Texas. Check out the game's turning points.
Andre 3000 in the building in Arlington
Texas Tech and Baylor won't combine for 3,000 points (we think) but 3000 is in the building in the form of Outkast's Andre 3000.
Brandon Chatmon ESPN Staff Writer
"We don't know how to compete yet. There's something about pride, pride in yourself. It's a very competitive sport. You have to know when things aren't going right, that someone has to step up. That's just not what we're getting right now." - Texas coach Charlie Strong after his team lost 50-7 to TCU.
Baylor punches in another TD
After Shock Linwood limped to the sideline, the Baylor offense didn't miss a beat. Johnny Jefferson powered in this 6-yard run, extending Baylor's lead to 56-28 midway through the third quarter. That's 84 combined points. The over/under was 90.
Mahomes has the moves on TD run
Texas Tech QB Patrick Mahomes isn't known for his running game, but he made the Baylor defense look silly on this 25-yard TD run, cutting the Bears' lead to 49-28 early in the third quarter.
Tech has to 'play best half of the year'
Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury knows what kind of uphill climb they face in the 2nd half after trailing 49-21 at half on ABC/ESPN, saying they'll have to "just try to play our best half of the year."