Found October 12, 2013 on
The No. 15 Baylor Bears will play a Big-12 rival in the Kansas State Wildcats on Saturday.
With 70.5 points per game the Baylor offense is tops in the nation. The Bears are first in passing yards per game and second in rushing. They look to move to 5-0 with a win over Kansas State. (2-3)
Coverage of the game between Baylor and Kansas State will air on FOX beginning at 3:30 pm ET from Bill Snyder Stadium in Manhattan, KS.
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The Odds: The Baylor Bears are 17.5 point favorites agianst the Kansas State Wildcats. The over/under for this game is 72 total points.
Will Baylor put up another huge showing on the scoreboard or will Kansas State find a way to keep this one close?
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The Kansas State/Baylor game was not supposed to be a good one. The high-flying Bears offense was supposed to sky rocket past the Wildcats just like they flew by West Virginia last week. That of course did not happen. Instead it was a pretty good game; one that could have gone either way deep into the fourth quarter.
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This year's Baylor Bears have the odd distinction of winning a title they'd like to avoid defending. The defending NIT champions will hope for bigger and better things this season, mainly, an appearance in that other postseason tournament (and no, I'm not talking about the CBI).
Leave it to Bill Snyder, the wizard who turned around the moribund program at Kansas State, to come up the most logical way yet to slow down No. 15 Baylor's high-flying offense.
His plan: Take the first snap and head to the locker room.
The Bears (4-0, 1-0 Big 12) are averaging 779.5 yards per game, an absurd number even in an era of prolific scoring. They've piled up more...
Bryce Petty and the Baylor Bears take their high powered offense on the road, for the first time, against Kansas State.
With the Bears hitting the road for the first time and invading a hostile territory, what type of opposition awaits them on Saturday afternoon? It is one that Baylor has played very well at home, but not so well when it travels to the Little Apple.
Survival. That is about all you can say about the Bears 35-25 win against Kansas State in front of a hostile and blood thirsty Wildcat crowd. Baylor did just enough to escape Manhattan with a victory and move one step closer to their Big 12 champion dreams.