Ranking Baylor Football's 10 Biggest Developments in Early Going

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Ranking Baylor Football's 10 Biggest Developments in Early Going
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Tevin Reese and Lache Seastrunk have the speed to break away from the defense.

Baylor football is re-writing Floyd Casey Stadium history in its last season before upgrading to the $250 million on-campus stadium next fall.

First-year starter Bryce Petty has proven he is the right man at QB for head coach Art Briles, and the defense has carried over its momentum from the end of the 2012 season. Meanwhile, the only thing stopping running back Lache Seastrunk from more Heisman publicity is the fact that the games have been over at halftime.

In this segment, we'll take a look at the top 10 things we've seen from the Bears after just two weeks of football. These things show this team is a legitimate contender in the Big 12, the BCS, and who knows...maybe even the national championship picture.

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