Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty has tried to avoid calling Oklahoma State a revenge game for the No. 6 Bears.
TCU slipped to No. 5 after a closer-than-expected win against Kansas on Saturday. And Ohio State moved up two spots to No. 6, ahead of TCU’s Big 12 rival Baylor.
Baylor coach Art Briles knows the best way to politick to get his No. 6 Bears a spot in the first four-team College Football Playoff.
TCU coach Gary Patterson is well aware of the escalating debate centered on his No. 5 Horned Frogs and No. 6 Baylor.
Baylor, Arizona State and Ohio State all took big steps forward in The Associated Press college football poll after big wins, and Auburn dropped out of the top five after being upset.
Baylor’s gets first road win in 12 tries against the Sooners
TCU is preparing for another Top 10 matchup, this time at home against Kansas State. Meanwhile, defending Big 12 champion team Baylor is headed up to Oklahoma.
Baylor coach Art Briles admits he was a bit surprised by how quarterback Bryce Petty answered questions after the No. 10 Bears’ bounce-back victory.
Kansas’ Derrick Neal and Keon Stowers were taken to a hospital after injuries.
Bryce Petty and the Bears had to sit on that loss an extra week. “If I had my choice I would have much rather been on the field,” the senior quarterback said.
After making it to the Sweet 16 last season, the Bears have lost more than half of their scoring and rebounding from that team.
There was one part of Baylor’s open week that coach Art Briles found beneficial. Without a game to play, Briles said on Monday that his team did some soul searching.