Oklahoma at Baylor: Bears WR Tevin Reese suffers broken wrist in win over Sooners

Oct 26, 2013; Lawrence, KS, USA; Baylor Bears wide receiver Tevin Reese (16) celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Kansas Jayhawks in the first half at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

The Baylor Bears made a huge statement on Thursday night at home against the Oklahoma Sooners. If anyone had any doubt as to whether or not they can hang with some good competition, they answered that definitively in their 41-12 rout of OU on national television.

Unfortunately, though, that win came at a cost as it’s being reported that WR Tevin Reese broke his wrist in the win and should be out the rest of the regular season:

 

Reese left the game in the first half tonight and then was later seen on the sidelines with his arm in a sling, fueling the speculation that the injury was quite severe.

This is a big loss for this high-powered offense as Reese had hauled in 33 passes on the season for 824 yards and eight touchdowns. It’ll now be one less weapon for Bryce Petty as they Bears continues their quest to finish the regular season unbeaten.

 

Topics: Baylor Bears, College Football, Tevin Reese

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