On Buffalo’s first drive of Friday’s game down 7-0, quarterback Joe Licata caught sophomore Baylor cornerback Ryan Reid with a pump fake. The fake opened up Buffalo wide receiver Marcus McGill with a wide-open lane for an equalizing touchdown.
By Shehan Jeyarajah Sports Editor On Buffalo’s first drive of the game down 7-0, quarterback Joe Licata caught sophomore Baylor cornerback Ryan Reid with a pump fake. The fake opened up Buffalo wide receiver Marcus McGill with a wide open lane for an equalizing touchdown. But McGill dropped the ball,
By Shehan Jeyarajah Sports Editor Baylor football leads 35-0 at the half in the Bears’ first road game of the season against the Buffalo Bulls in New York. On its opening drive, Buffalo junior wide receiver Marcus McGill dropped a ball from junior quarterback Joe Licata that would have otherwise
No. 8 Baylor football dominated its opposition with a combined score of 115-3 in the first two games at McLane Stadium, but questions still loom about the Bears’ offense and mental fortitude for their first away game of the season at 7 p.m. today against the University of Buffalo.
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Baylor football is in its golden age, something this program has not seen before. With one Heisman winner and a Big 12 championship under its belt, Baylor Nation should not expect this excitement to go away any time soon.
No. 8 Baylor football opened McLane Stadium with just about everything it could have wanted out of its first two games in the stadium, but the Bears will face their first road test this season on Friday in front of a sold-out crowd at University of Buffalo.
After senior Bryce Petty picked up an injury in the inaugural game of the football season two weeks ago, sophomore quarterback Seth Russell was next in line to take the snaps for the Bears. The beat of the offense was not disrupted with the change, but Petty and Russell were put in a situation that neither of them was expecting.
A pack of Bears will return to the field on Friday in Buffalo, N.Y. as No. 8 Baylor plays Buffalo in its first road game of the year.
Baylor head coach Art Briles has never been shy about his opinions of his young players.