Posted October 25, 2013 on
As the Baylor Bears begin the second-half of their season, fans will begin to schedule watch other teams while rooting for their own team's success. In this feature we help you with what to watch for this weekend.
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The Baylor Bears, currently sitting eighth in the BCS standings, are enjoying unprecedented success, rolling along undefeated so far this season. But to keep their historic year going (and to have a shot at the BCS national title), the Bears are going to need to knock off conference heavyweight Oklahoma next Thursday night at home. As such, they’ll be hosting a blackout for the...
One look at the Baylor Bears 6-0 start and you are immediately caught by the numbers, which are enough to make your jaw drop. 414 yards passing and 300 yards rushing for a total of 714 yards and if that’s not enough, they average about 65 points per game.
Baylor has been dominant at home this season. That wasn't the case on its first road trip.
The Bears' offense was held to half of its season average by Kansas State, and they were trailing in the second half. But behind the splendid play of quarterback Bryce Petty, they still managed to squeak out a 35-25 victory.
Now, Baylor heads back on the road for the second time this...
On Saturday the No. 8 Baylor Bears will hit the road to take on the Kansas Jayhawks in a match-up of two Big 12 schools.
Baylor enters this game at 6-0 while Kansas is 2-4 following three consecutive losses.
Coverage of the game between Baylor and Kansas will take place on ESPNU beginning at 7:00 pm ET from Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, KS.