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CFB : First Half Matchup
Saturday 10/26/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
 First Half Results



BAYLOR (6 - 0) at KANSAS (2 - 4)
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Week 9 Saturday, 10/26/2013 7:00 PM
Board First Half
BAYLOR - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-0+15-15-164.742.8713.8(9)1.316.27.3317.3(4.2)2.3
Road Games1-0+10-10-135.021.0451.0(7.6)
Last 3 Games3-0+12-12-159.738.0676.3(8.2)1.724.78.0337.7(4.7)1.7
Turf Games6-0+15-15-164.742.8713.8(9)1.316.27.3317.3(4.2)2.3
Conference Games3-0+12-12-159.738.0676.3(8.2)1.724.78.0337.7(4.7)1.7
BAYLOR - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)64.742.829.726:4349-298(6.1)21-3070.5%416(13.6)79-714(9)(11)
Opponents Defensive Avg.35.820.223.129:3541-195(4.8)20-3261.6%276(8.5)73-471(6.4)(13.2)
Offense Road Games35.021.015.020:3637-109(2.9)13-2259.1%342(15.5)59-451(7.6)(12.9)
Defense (All Games)16.27.316.833:1745-136(3)14-3046.4%181(6.1)75-317(4.2)(19.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.21.610.218.931:2542-154(3.7)17-3155.3%193(6.2)73-347(4.8)(16.1)
Defense Road Games25.010.023.039:2458-327(5.6)10-2245.5%118(5.4)80-445(5.6)(17.8)

KANSAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games2-4-12-43-318.39.5288.0(4.4)1.827.012.5402.0(5.2)2.3
Home Games2-201-33-119.710.0315.0(4.6)1.728.013.0415.5(5.2)1.7
Last 3 Games0-3-12-12-117.311.0224.0(3.7)2.038.316.0437.7(5.6)2.7
Turf Games2-3-11-43-218.69.4306.0(4.5)1.827.013.0406.4(5.1)1.8
Conference Games0-3-12-12-117.311.0224.0(3.7)2.038.316.0437.7(5.6)2.7
KANSAS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)18.39.514.227:2738-130(3.4)15-2852.1%158(5.6)66-288(4.4)(15.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.23.511.518.830:5841-171(4.2)17-3153.7%195(6.3)72-366(5.1)(15.6)
Offense Home Games19.710.016.727:4740-159(4)15-2853.5%156(5.5)68-315(4.6)(15.9)
Defense (All Games)27.012.522.232:3341-187(4.6)21-3657.9%215(6)77-402(5.2)(14.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.26.31320.630:2340-185(4.6)19-3357.1%211(6.4)73-397(5.5)(15.1)
Defense Home Games28.013.024.232:1241-180(4.4)24-3960.9%235(6)80-415(5.2)(14.8)
Average power rating of opponents played: BAYLOR 26.3,  KANSAS 31.8
BAYLOR - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/21/2013LA MONROE70-7W-30W74.5O41-31125-36-470135-7518-46-2204
10/5/2013W VIRGINIA73-42W-30W69O62-46820-33-396434-11817-41-2761
10/12/2013@ KANSAS ST35-25W-17L73U37-10913-22-342158-32710-22-1181
10/19/2013IOWA ST71-7W-32W76O53-29129-39-423033-4115-27-1333
10/26/2013@ KANSAS            
11/16/2013*TEXAS TECH            
11/23/2013@ OKLAHOMA ST            

KANSAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/7/2013S DAKOTA31-14W-23.5L -50-28010-20-110143-2198-18-671
9/14/2013@ RICE14-23L5.5L59U35-10014-29-170242-19215-36-1782
9/21/2013LOUISIANA TECH13-10W-10.5L51U33-11728-46-279232-15435-55-2893
10/5/2013TEXAS TECH16-54L16L56.5O37-5318-35-220443-11436-57-4041
10/12/2013@ TCU17-27L24W45U34-4613-26-152241-20714-22-1735
11/2/2013@ TEXAS            
11/9/2013@ OKLAHOMA ST            
11/16/2013W VIRGINIA            
11/23/2013@ IOWA ST            
BAYLOR: QB Bryce Petty (14 career pass attempts) takes over the nation's No. 2 offense (572 total YPG) while WR Tevin Reese (957 rec. yds, 9 TD) headlines a quality receiving corps. The Big 12's top rushing attack (232 YPG) should remain potent with RB Lache Seastrunk (1,012 rush yds, 7 TD). The defense, led by LB Bryce Hager (Big 12-best 124 tackles), will play more man coverage in an effort to improve its 502 YPG allowed in '12 (2nd-worst in FBS).
KANSAS: The Jayhawks lost all nine Big 12 games by an average score of 40 to 16. The lone bright spot was its ground game (212 YPG, 22nd in FBS) led by returning RBs James Sims (1,013 rush yds, 9 TD) and Tony Pierson (760 rush yds, 6.5 YPC). BYU transfer QB Jake Heaps (24 TD, 17 INT career) should be an upgrade from the erratic Dayne Crist. The 116th-ranked defense (481 YPG allowed) is strong in the middle with LBs Ben Heeney (112 tackles, 11.5 TFL) and Jake Love (8 TFL), but will have to rely on a slew of JUCO transfers.
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*Baylor-Kansas Preview* =======================

No. 8 Baylor (6-0) at Kansas (2-4), 7:00 p.m. EDT

(AP) - Bryce Petty is talking BCS championship game. The Baylor quarterback's goal is looking more realistic with each passing week.

The Bears jumped six spots to No. 6 in The Associated Press poll on Sunday ahead of their Big 12 clash with Kansas on Saturday. They were eighth in the first BCS rankings.

There are two reasons for the rapid rise: Baylor had its fourth game this year with at least 70 points and 700 yards in a 71-7 victory against Iowa State on Saturday night. It was the largest margin of victory in a conference game in school history.

And the Bears got a lot of help, with six teams above them in the AP poll losing. So forgive Petty for having a hard time containing himself after another offensive show was accompanied by a defense that just missed its first shutout in the Big 12.

"My goal, our goal is Pasadena," Petty said after throwing for 343 yards and two touchdowns and running for another score. "I think it was a far-out stretch dream for a lot of people, but not for us. We know we're that good."

Baylor (6-0, 3-0) was right on its nation-leading averages in points and yards (714) against the Cyclones, and would seem a lock to do more of the same Saturday against lowly Kansas (2-4, 0-3).

Except the Bears have to go back to the only state that's slowed them this year. They needed two fourth-quarter touchdowns to come back and beat Kansas State 35-25 in their only road game so far.

"Kansas isn't going to be an easy place to play either," Petty said.

The Bears will face the Jayhawks with their highest ranking since 1980, which was also the last time they were 6-0. They'll be going for a school-record 11th straight win, which would break a mark set in 1936-37.

Prolific offensive numbers aren't new for Baylor, which leads the nation with 33 straight games of at least 400 yards. Lache Seastrunk had 112 yards rushing a week after an eight-game streak of 100-yard games ended, and Antwan Goodley is third nationally in yards receiving per game after getting 182 and two scores against Iowa State.

What's different is a defense growing more confident each week under the leadership of senior safety Ahmad Dixon and junior linebacker Bryce Hager, a two-year starter.

Iowa State averaged just 2.9 yards per play, and the Bears had five sacks and 10 tackles for loss. They forced just the second lost fumble of the season for the Cyclones to set up an early touchdown, and had one interception apiece against shuffling quarterbacks Sam Robinson and Grant Rohach.

Baylor lost the shutout when the Cyclones scored with 47 seconds left.

"That's probably the best game we've played since I've been here," said senior defensive back Sam Holl, who had one of the interceptions. "Things are finally clicking, especially for the defense, and it's making us a much better team."

The Jayhawks have dropped three straight and given up an average of 402.0 yards this season. They held a 13-0 lead early in the second quarter last Saturday against Oklahoma but struggled thereafter in a 34-19 home loss. Kansas finished with only 16 passing yards as Jake Heaps went 5 for 13 on a windy day in Lawrence.

"I have to wait and see where we are," coach Charlie Weis said. "Obviously throwing for (16) yards in a college football game, I don't care if you're playing the '85 Bears, that's not acceptable."

Kansas has given up 88 points in its two losses - both at home - to ranked teams this year. The Jayhawks also allowed 404 passing yards to No. 10 Texas Tech, second in the country in that category at 416.4 yards per game, in a 54-16 thrashing Oct. 5.

If they get by Kansas, the Bears will be 7-0 for the first time in school history and getting ready for their biggest test against No. 17 Oklahoma at home on Nov. 7.

That Thursday night home game should generate an electric crowd, judging by the noise from 46,825 against a less-than-flashy opponent in the final season at Floyd Casey Stadium, which is being replaced by a campus stadium on the banks of the Brazos River.

"We've got to keep doing it. That's the thing," Baylor coach Art Briles said. "We're closer than we were two weeks ago, but we're not where we need to get."

The Bears are closer to the top of the rankings than anyone thought they'd be before the season.

Baylor is 8-4 all-time against Kansas, with all four losses coming in Lawrence.

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