By Steve Lansdale
At first glance, Saturday’s game at Baylor looks like a laugher, a game Texas should win without breaking a sweat. After all, the Longhorns’ neighbors an hour and half up I-35 do boast a hard-to-defend 0-7 record this season. Included in that run from glory are back-to-back losses — home losses, no less — to start the season against noted powers Liberty and Texas-San Antonio.
Two weeks into September, pundits across the country were writing off Baylor's season, some even claiming the hiring of head coach Matt Rhule was a mistake that couldn’t be corrected while he was steering the Bears' ship.
Were those assessments accurate? Not necessarily.
It’s true that