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The Plays That Changed the Game - WVU vs Baylor

51.3% Baylor - Start of the Game. Coming into the contest, the matchup was viewed as pretty much a toss up. The Bears were considered the underdogs by ESPN before last week's games, but a strong showing from Baylor - and a poor showing from WVU - resulted in it flipping slightly in favor of the visiting team.
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What Neal Brown had to say after the win over Baylor

It took a series of miscues and two overtimes, but the Mountaineers emerged victorious on Saturday afternoon, beating Baylor, 27-21 in front of just family and friends (and a national television audience). Neal Brown met with the media via Zoom after the game to discuss everything that had happened. We'll have more full stories and videos in the coming days, but here's a rundown of the hot topics that the head coach covered.

Ten Things: Baylor At West Virginia

Baylor travelled to Morgantown to take on the Mountaineers October 3. The Bears haven’t won in Morgantown and it didn’t change today:. If you could erase the first quarter tape the offensive line would burn it before erasing it. Terrel Bernard‍ continues to make incredible plays. If it could go...
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Defense Propels West Virginia to Overtime Win Over Baylor

West Virginia played sloppy football a week ago out in Stillwater against Oklahoma State, which led to several missed opportunities in the 27-13 loss. Head coach Neal Brown talked about it all week that "West Virginia can't beat West Virginia" and that's exactly what happened in the first half of Saturday's game vs Baylor.

West Virginia Football: 3 takeaways from thrilling victory over Baylor

A grueling, yet sluggish double-overtime game ends up with West Virginia football preserving in the end, 27-21 over Baylor. If there was ever the most 2020 game of this season, Baylor-West Virginia takes the cake. An extremely messy game, filled with turnovers and penalties, to go along with well below average Offensive Line play.

Prediction: West Virginia vs. Baylor College Football Picks, Odds, Predictions 10/3/20

Baylor Bears (1-0) at West Virginia Mountaineers (1-1) The Line: West Virginia Mountaineers +3 -- Over/Under: 55Click Here for the Latest Odds. The Baylor Bears and West Virginia Mountaineers meet Saturday in week 5 college football action at Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar. The Baylor Bears look for a quick...

Baylor drops double-overtime struggle to West Virginia in Morgantown

MORGANTOWN, W. Va. — It took two overtimes to learn the outcome, but there was no denying early on that Baylor’s issues in Morgantown were going to be on full display once again. The Bears struggled significantly on offense from start to finish on their way to a 27-21 loss...
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Baylor Football to host Houston Sept. 19

WACO, Texas – Baylor Football will host Houston Saturday, Sept. 19, at McLane Stadium in the season opener for both programs. Additionally, Baylor and Houston will play a future home-and-home series as part of the agreement. Kickoff is set for 11 am CT and the game will be televised by...
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Baylor-Houston Match-Up Postponed

WACO, Texas – The highly sought-after match-up between Baylor and Houston has been postponed, and will not be played on Sept. 19. This decision comes as a result of Baylor not meeting the Big 12 Conference COVID-19 game cancellation thresholds. Both Baylor and Houston have agreed to honor the future home and home schedule, as well as monitor dates for future scheduling opportunities.
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Kansas vs. Baylor Football Prediction and Preview

It what has been nothing short of an out of the ordinary college football season, the Baylor Bears have yet to kick off their 2020 campaign. That changes Saturday in Waco. Baylor will play host to head coach Les Mies and his Kansas Jayhawks. Kansas started its season — albeit on the wrong foot — two weeks ago against Coastal Carolina. As a result of a poor performance on all fronts in that game, the Jayhawks head into this meeting with Baylor at 0-1.
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Baylor football “doesn’t blink” in regards to postponement

Frustration and disappointment abounded Friday after the Baylor football program postponed its season opener against Houston less than 24 hours before kickoff. In accordance with Big 12 guidelines, Baylor decided to call off the game for the safety of the players, coaches and staff on both teams. Athletic director Mack Rhoades told local media on Monday that the game could have technically still taken place despite the Bears not meeting the required number of players in a particular position group per Big 12 protocol, but the staff decide not to risk it and stick to the guidelines.
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Baylor Football prepares for season opener as universities battle COVID-19

WACO, TX — It's game week for Baylor Football, and while there is a lot of excitement for Saturday’s game hosting Louisiana Tech, there is a lot of uncertainty with outbreaks spreading in universities and sports teams across the country. TCU was the first Big 12 team to postpone a...

Baylor vs. West Virginia Football Prediction and Preview

Baylor vs. West Virginia Football Prediction and Preview. Bears, Mountaineers meet in Morgantown for Big 12 clash. The Baylor Bears were forced to wait longer than most to begin the 2020 college football season. Nevertheless, Baylor didn't appear rusty and new head coach Dave Aranda earned his first career victory in impressive fashion as the Bears beat Kansas 47-14 last Saturday. The West Virginia Mountaineers, which kicked off two weeks prior with a 56-10 victory over FCS opponent Eastern Kentucky, began Big 12 play with a 27-13 loss to Oklahoma State last week.

Baylor's updated 2020 football schedule

In 2020, Big 12 Conference schools will play a 10-game football schedule that includes nine conference games and one nonconference game.
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Examining Potential Baylor Football Opponents for 9/19/2020

So this morning, in the aftermath of last night’s news that Baylor’s game this Saturday against Louisiana Tech would be postponed due to a hurricane-related outbreak among Louisiana Tech’s football team (which, for the record, I hold them in no way responsible given that it really seems like they did everything they could pre-hurricane to “bubble” their players and then got hit with an unforeseen diaspora), we at ODB started batting around possible opponents if Baylor wanted to squeeze a game in on or about September 19, 2020. We did this based on the assumption that it is impossible to schedule someone else for a game 3 days from now even though there’s a certain school on the hilltop with an open date for Saturday.