Campus Corner

November 18, 2013

Baylor’s offense closes in on NCAA records

The Bears, who travel to Oklahoma State on Saturday with first place on the line, lead the nation in scoring at a ridiculous 61.2 points per game. They’re coming off a 63-34 victory over Texas Tech, Baylor’s sixth game this season crossing the point-a-minute barrier. Baylor’s 684.8 yards per game also leads the nation. If the numbers hold up, the Bears would shatter NCAA records, and will have done it in a conference that has spent much of its existence lighting up scoreboards.

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