The Baylor Bears, here in the month of November, are in a position to play for a national championship, if some things go their way in front of them. But still, they can’t lose a game the rest of the way. Remaining unbeaten is essential in obtaining that goal.
This week, the Bears traveled to Lubbock to face off against the struggling Texas Tech Red Raiders. With the way Tech has been playing as of late, this one looked like it could be a route, and early.
However, the Bears were put in a bit of shock in the opening quarter as the Red raiders jumped out to a quick 20-7 lead. A lot of people let out a collective cry of “uh-oh.”
After this return, Bryce Petty would go on to throw a TD pass, so much of the worrying is over for now as the Bears are up 21-20.
[h/t] SB Nation