Oklahoma found a second turn in Saturday's comeback win in Baylor, a season-saver against a previously undefeated team that will change the way the College Football Playoffs selection committee sees fit.
challenged Lincoln Riley His team uses the win as a springboard in search of his third appearance as Big-1
"We've developed a certain hardness and I think I've teamed up a bit differently in the past few weeks as a team," Riley said. "And I mean, it's the stage to play well here in the end, but we still have to do it. The momentum to win such a game is great, but it will not be enough to beat the TCU. I mean, you have to put it into action.
"And the things we did well as a team, the mentality of the team, you want it to go on and on, and then some of the things that we did not do well, made us tackle it first in a hole, and we will certainly have to do it better. It's exciting, but we have to do something, and that's our message to the boys.
This is our best estimate for the ranking of the College Football playoffs on Tuesday night before the third selection committee reveal: