No. 7 Baylor football battled past two obstacles Saturday night in the team’s 49-28 win at McLane Stadium: Oklahoma State and Mother Nature. The Bears used a big rushing offense to finish the game after rain continued to make its presence.
By Cody Soto Sports Writer It’s raining, it’s pouring, and the Bears are rolling. No. 7 Baylor football leads 28-14 at halftime at McLane Stadium behind a big performance from senior quarterback Bryce Petty and the receivers. Senior quarterback Bryce Petty was 15-of-22 for 239 yards in the first half
The bye week is over and the final stretch of the season is out in front of No. 7 Baylor football. Three games remain for the Bears to defend their Big 12 conference title.
Last season was one of those stories of “what could’ve been” for Baylor football. The team reached No. 3 in the AP Poll, but many say the Bears peaked a little too early in the season. It all came crashing down on a freezing cold night in Stillwater, Okla., against Oklahoma State.
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When a fan talks about the seventh-ranked Baylor Bears football team during their lunch hour, the College Football Playoff is going to be in the conversation.
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If defense and special teams provided the spark for the Bears’ first-ever win in Norman, Okla., Coleman was the fireworks show.
Heading into last weekend, Baylor had never won a game in Norman, Okla. Ever. Down 14-3 after the end of the first quarter, the streak seemed to be alive and well.