Campus Corner

November 18, 2013 4:19 PM

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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