The Associated Press article Florida State has won three conference championships in a row, while Oklahoma has won two.
Baylor has won five straight and Oklahoma State has been a two-time national champion.
Oklahoma State defeated Oklahoma in the Big 12 championship game on Saturday, and Baylor beat Oklahoma in a rematch of the 2014 championship game.
Baylor, Oklahoma and Baylor State have combined for the most regular-season conference championships since the Big Eight folded in 2010.
Baylor beat TCU in a title game that also featured the Big 8.
Oklahoma beat Oklahoma State in the Cotton Bowl to win its first title in 13 years.
Oklahoma and Oklahoma state combined for 10 Big 12 regular-year titles in the 1990s.
Oklahoma defeated Texas Tech in the Fiesta Bowl to advance to the Sugar Bowl.
Baylor defeated Baylor State in a Cotton Bowl rematch of last year’s title game.
Oklahoma has lost nine of its last 10 games, including two in a span of three weeks.
Baylor was 10-0 against Baylor, with the last defeat coming in the Rose Bowl in January.
The Bears’ streak of eight consecutive regular-day conference championships is the longest in college football history.
Oklahoma lost three of its final four games of the season.
Oklahoma won its first four games, then dropped three straight.
The Sooners have won two straight, including last week’s 34-24 win over TCU.
The two teams met for the first time since Oklahoma was removed from the Big East, which the Sooners lost in the third round of the postseason.
Baylor and Oklahoma have combined to win nine conference championships.
Oklahoma was in the top four in scoring in each of the past five seasons.
Baylor lost its only two games of last season and averaged 28.2 points per game.
It averaged 29.2 in 2014 and 25.8 in 2015.
Baylor had averaged 28 points per contest in 2015, its first season with scoring above 27 points.
Baylor State scored 31 points in a 27-point win over Oklahoma State on Nov. 30.
The win capped an eight-game win streak that included victories over Iowa State, TCU and Oklahoma.
Oklahoma led in every offensive category for the second consecutive game.