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So far this season the Baylor Bears have been rolling, and this weekend they will open Big 12 play with these awesome golden chrome helmets.
Given the Bears’ numbers they are considered one of the most potent offenses in the nation, and will look to continue that trend against West Virginia. They are averaging 444.3 yards per game passing (1st FBS), along with 309 yards rushing per game (5th BCS). Their offense has scored 69.7 per game (1st) and their defense has averaged 7.7 per (2nd) in 3 games.
While Baylor’s competition has been less than stellar, they have been one of, if not the, best team’s in the nation so far. Come Saturday they will be one of the best-dressed teams in the nation too. These jerseys, and especially the helmets, give Oregon a run for their money — wouldn’t you say?
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