Posted September 17, 2013 on AP on Fox
Baylor is clicking at a higher level offensively than any team in the nation through two games, with only a strange lull in its September schedule seemingly capable of slowing it down. Just don't expect the 20th-ranked Bears to be overlooking Louisiana-Monroe. Baylor plays its only game in a 27-day stretch Saturday when it hosts the Warhawks, who went toe-to-toe with the Bears a year ago before being undone by a fourth-quarter turnover. Baylor (2-0) piled up 692 yards in a 69-3 rout of Wofford in its season opener, then outdid itself with a school-record 781 yards while putting up 56 first-half points and drubbing Buffalo 70-13 on Sept. 7. The Bears' 69.5 points and 736.5 yards per game are far and away the most in the nation, but they now find themselves having to focus on staying sharp. Baylor had a week off after beating the Bulls, and has another week of downtime between Louisiana-Monroe's visit and its Big 12 opener against West Virginia on Oct. 5. "It is what it is," coac...
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