5 Reasons We Should Have Seen Baylor's Upset of TCU Coming

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5 Reasons We Should Have Seen Baylor's Upset of TCU Coming
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Baylor sent a shockwave through the college football world with its thrilling 50-48 season opening home victory over TCU. Hardly anyone gave the Bears a chance to defeat the Horned Frogs, but maybe we should have.

In 2010, TCU busted the BCS and beat Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl. They finished the season undefeated, and came into their season opener riding a FBS leading 25 game regular season winning streak.

TCU lost several key contributors from their Rose Bowl team, but that did not sway voters in the AP preseason poll. Head Coach Gary Patterson and his Frogs opened the season as the 14th ranked team in the nation.

Their opponent, unheralded Baylor, bowed to TCU last year, 45-10. This year, it was a different story.

Hindsight is always 20-20, but here are five reasons we all should have given the Bears a chance to take down TCU.

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