Baylor Football: Why the Bears Will Fall Hard in 2012

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Baylor Football: Why the Bears Will Fall Hard in 2012
Kevin Jairaj-US PRESSWIRE
Baylor coach Art Briles is confident heading into 2012. Should he be?

Baylor football, with Robert Griffin III at the helm, took college football by storm in 2011. Griffin won the Heisman Trophy, and the Bears beat TCU, Oklahoma and Texas on their way to a 10-3 season. They ultimately finished No. 13 in the country.

Only Oklahoma State, who beat the Bears and won their first Big 12 Championship, finished higher.

That was 2011, though. Hopes are high in Waco, but here are six reasons the Bears need to face reality.

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