Know Your Enemy: Keys to the Baylor Bears

It's fair to say we've focused enough on last week's loss to Oklahoma, right? After one of the most frustrating performances ever in the Red River Rivalry, beating the Baylor Bears at home may help heal some of the wounds. It's a legitimate possibility for Texas, considering Baylor just lost to TCU at home, 49-21. That's right, they lost by 28 at home to TCU in spite of the fact the Horned Frogs were without their starting quarterback, Casey Pachall. Oklahoma, this team is not.

Both teams are playing for pride and Baylor is looking for its first win in Big 12 play on the season. With that in mind, let's shake off the pains of the past week and buckle down for some knowledge about our Big 12 brothers from Waco. It's time to "Know Your Enemy."

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