If you were to ask fans which team has the most video game-esque offense in the country in 2013, most would probably reply with “Oregon.”
To that, Lee Corso would say: Not so fast my friends!
That offense is comprised of a bunch of Bears who live way down in Waco, Texas.
But just how dominant has Baylor’s offense been in racing out to a 4-0 start? So dominant, in fact, that its rushing game has piled up more yards on average (347.25 in four games) than most teams have passing the football.
Even crazier? Baylor’s 347.25 average on the ground is not even enough to eclipse the 432.3 the Bears are averaging through the air.
#Baylor has more RUSHING YPG — 367 — than all but 5 offenses have passing yards. Fresno State, Cal, TTU, Oregon State and themselves.
— The Whole Ten Yards (@10Yards_Radio) October 10, 2013
Baylor put up an insane 864 yards against West Virginia – 396 passing and 468 rushing. With games left against lowly Kansas, a Texas Tech squad that has no problem giving up yardage, and a Texas team that can’t tackle, is it conceivable that the Bears could eclipse the 1,000 yard mark in a single game?
As a good buddy once told me: I can’t see why not.