Game Over. Baylor 62, West Virginia 38.
The Baylor Bears bolstered their case for a playoff berth Saturday as the team with a 62-38 demolition of the West Virginia Mountaineers on Fox.
Seth Russell and Corey Coleman continued to dominate for Baylor. Russell threw for 380 yards and five touchdowns while also adding 160 yards and a score on the ground. Coleman added to his FBS lead with three touchdown catches, giving him 16 on the season. Heading into today's matchup, only eight teams in the FBS had at least 16 total receiving touchdowns.
West Virginia started out strong as it put up a solid fight in the first half, trailing only 27-17 and dominating the game's ball possession. The team was just dominated in the second half as the secondary just could not handle Baylor's passing attack. Skyler Howard struggled as well, only mustering 117 passing yards after halftime.
Baylor has scored over 60 points in every game this season, and thus are 6-0. The offense looks unstoppable at the moment as teams will have score around 50 points to have a chance to knock off the Bears.
The Mountaineers have now dropped three straight as they look to take down TCU on Oct. 29. Baylor will play Iowa State next week.