STILLWATER, Oklahoma (Ticker) -- The Big 12 Conference will not have Kevin Steele to kick around any more.
Josh Fields passed for four touchdowns and Tatum Bell rushed for 106 yards and three scores as Oklahoma State rolled to a 63-28 victory in Steele's final game as Baylor coach.
Steele posted just a 9-35 record in his four-year tenure at Baylor, including a 1-31 mark in conference play. He was fired on November 3, but stayed on to coach the Bears' final three games.
The victory enabled Oklahoma State (6-5, 4-3 Big 12 South) to become bowl eligible for the first time since 1997 and just the second time since 1988. The Cowboys conclude the regular season next week against Oklahoma.
Baylor (3-10, 1-7) took a 7-0 lead on Rashad Armstrong's 11-yard TD run with 9:44 left in the third quarter. But Oklahoma State (6-5, 4-3) scored the next nine touchdowns, including five in a 35-point second quarter, to open a 63-7 lead early in the third period.
After Oklahoma State tied it on Fields' one-yard TD three minutes later, Bell, who carried 14, scored on a pair of four-yard runs to make it 21-7 early in the second.
Fields threw three TDs in the second quarter, hooking up with John Lewis once and Rashaun Woods twice to give the Cyclones a 49-7 halftime cushion. Woods finished with seven receptions for 134 yards.
Baylor ended the season with a six-game losing streak in which it was outscored, 335-58.
Aaron Karas completed 13-of-21 passes for 158 yards before giving way to Greg Cicero and Guy Tomchek. Armstrong rushed for 112 yards and two TDs on 33 carries.