WACO, Texas — Oklahoma rallied from a 25-point deficit to knock off Baylor 34-31 on Saturday.

It was the largest comeback in school history.

The Sooners played without receiver CeeDee Lamb, who was held out with an undisclosed injury. He was suited out in uniform on the sideline.

OU's Gabe Brkic kicked a 31-yard field goal with 1:45 left to allow his team to retake the lead. The Sooners trailed 28-3 early in the second quarter and 31-17 to start the fourth quarter.

The Sooners' Nik Bonitto intercepted Baylor quarterback Charlie Brewer with 34 seconds left to seal the comeback.

OU got a 39-yard field goal on its first series to take a 3-0 lead, but things went down hill quickly from there. The Bears scored 28 straight points to build a 28-3 advantage. Brewer scored on runs of 2 and 4 yards, while hitting Denzel Mims TD passes of 30 and 9 yards.

But the Sooners dominated the second half, holding Baylor to just four offensive plays in the third quarter. The OU offense got on track, scoring on touchdown drives of 74, 90 and 77 yards to tie the game. A third Sooners second-half drive of 51 yards ended at the Baylor goalline after a Jalen Hurts fumble.

The Sooners, No. 10 in this week's College Football Playoff top 25, moved to 9-1 overall and 6-1 in the Big 12. OU nearly blew a 21-point second-half lead against Iowa State last week.

Baylor, 13th, fell to 9-1 and 6-1.