Baylor 35, Texas A&M 34

-- Shawn Bell threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Dominique Ziegler and then they connected again for the game-winning two-point conversion, lifting Baylor to a 35-34 overtime upset of No. 16 Texas A&M on Saturday.

After Texas A&M's Keith Joseph scored on a 16-yard touchdown run on the first possession of overtime, Bell and Ziegler led the Bears to the stunning finish.

Bell completed a pass for no gain on the Bears' first play, Anthony Krieg rushed for 13 yards on second down and then Bell rolled out to his right before finding Ziegler just inside the goal line.

Baylor Coach Guy Morriss huddled his players on the raucous sideline and boldly decided to go for the two, hoping to catch the Aggies by surprise.

According to Bell, Morriss told the players, " 'Guys, we're going to go for it, is that what you want?' Everybody said, 'Yes, sir.' "

Gold-and-green-clad students stormed the field after the finish, quickly taking down the goal posts in the south end zone and carrying them up and out of Floyd Casey Stadium.

A&M players and fans watched the improbable scene in utter disbelief: The Aggies had won the last 13 games against their overmatched rival, including a 73-10 rout at College Station last year.

Baylor (3-5, 1-4 Big 12) also ended an 11-game skid in the conference and beat a ranked opponent for the first time since 1998, a 33-30 victory over 20th-ranked North Carolina State. The Bears are now 38-143-5 against Top 25 teams.

Playing in relief of injured starter Dane King, Bell came through, completing 32 of 50 passes for 262 yards and four touchdowns, two to Ziegler.

Baylor's Dominique Ziegler, left, beats Texas A&M with a two-point conversion in overtime.