For the first time since 2003 the Oklahoma Sooners are back in the number 1 spot in the AP power ranking system. After an upside-down previous weekend in which then number 1 USC was beaten by Oregon State, the Oklahoma Sooners moved up to their current status. But they haven't let the spotlight change the way they think or the way they intend to play. It'll be just business as usual for the Sooners. Both the coaches and players have vehemently expressed their feelings that it is always "one week at a time" in the Sooners football camp. Every match is a separate being that needs to be treated with separate, specific attention. The Sooners will open up their conference-play this Saturday with a matchup on the road against the Baylor Bears at Waco Field. While the Sooners have beaten the Bears in every one of their 17 meetings (in their last four trips to Waco Field the Sooners have won by an average of 6 touchdowns), they know it is not a game to be taken lightly. That is, unless they wish to end up like the now 9th ranked USC Trojans. You can catch all the action live if you take advantage of our NCAA football tickets.