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Petty (left) and the Bears will have to get their head right for the Red Raiders.
Where/When: AT&T Stadium (Arlington, Texas), Saturday, Nov. 29
Baylor just has a habit of having ridiculous late-season schedules.
That should most likely result in another early undefeated run for the Bears. But just like last year, expect the team to collapse near the finish line.
This time around, Texas Tech seems to be the most likely option.
In the final month of the season, Baylor will travel to face Oklahoma and play the Red Raiders in between home games against Oklahoma State and Kansas State. Simply put, it’s going to be tough sledding to close out the 2014 season.
But while games against the Sooners, Cowboys and Wildcats will be expected to be difficult, the Bears might be caught taking Texas Tech too easy.
Although the team loses a whopping seven starters on defense, head coach Kliff Kingsbury has shown he knows how to handle an offense. He’ll have eight starters returning on that side.
If Baylor isn’t careful, this could turn into another shootout they lose.
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