Baylor Bears vs. West Virginia Mountaineers Recap
October 17, 2015
Second-ranked Baylor stayed undefeated thanks to another incredible offensive performance in a win over West Virginia at McLane Stadium. Baylor racked up 62 points and 693 yards of offense. Bears quarterback Seth Russell finished 20-of-33 for 380 yards and five touchdowns in the air, and he rushed for another 160 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries. His favorite receiver, Corey Cannon, had 10 receptions for 199 yards and three touchdowns. Coleman has emerged as a Heisman candidate with 877 receiving yards and 16 touchdowns through six games. West Virginia's Skyler Howard was 18-of-37 for 289 yards and four touchdowns. Baylor improved to 6-0 while the Mountaineers dropped to 3-3.
Kansas Jayhawks vs. Baylor Bears Recap
October 10, 2015
The Kansas Jayhawks hosted the Baylor Bears to Lawrence Kansas on Saturday and the Bears put on an offensive display. They totaled more than 600 yards of offense on the game and were pretty evenly split between rushing and passing. Starting QB Seth Russell was 18/27 for 246 yards and 3 touchdowns which are great numbers. Surprisingly the backup QB Jarret Stidham had an even higher QB rating after going 9 of 10 for 117 yards and two touchdowns of his own. Shock Linwood did most of the damage on the ground with 135 yards on 13 carries and one touchdown.
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Texas Farm Bureau Insurance Shootout: Texas Tech Red Raiders vs. Baylor Bears Recap
October 3, 2015
Baylor scored 49 points in the first half, helping the Bears to improve to 4-0 in a home win over Texas Tech. The teams combined for over 1300 yards of offense and blew past Las Vegas oddsmakers' record high over-under of 90 points for the game. Bears quarterback Seth Russell completed 15-of-23 passes for 286 yards and four touchdowns, giving him 19 touchdown passes already this season. Russell also ran for 81 yards and two scores. Corey Coleman caught three of Russell's touchdown passes and had seven total receptions for 110 yards. Baylor running back Shock Linwood ran for 221 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries. Texas Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes threw for 415 yards, but the Red Raiders were outgained 368-106 on the ground.