The 2019 Baylor Bears are once again a good football team, as shown by their 9–0 start to the season and the 3 point game they played with Oklahoma last week. So in preparation for the Baylor versus Texas game this Saturday, here’s a breakdown of some of the ways Baylor has found success this season.
The Longhorns are heading to Waco, Texas, to face the Baylor Bears in their penultimate game of the season. The No. 14 Baylor Bears are currently second in the Big 12 with only one loss to Oklahoma after blowing a 21-point lead in the second half.
Senior defensive lineman Malcolm Roach and senior defensive back Brandon Jones pressed on through tough times early in their Texas careers, managing the trials and tribulations brought upon by the Texas brand.
In what may be my final betting column for The Daily Texan, I want to thank my editors for publishing this column. To the people who read this column, hopefully I’ve made you more money than you’ve lost. As a reminder, I’m not an expert by any stretch of the imagination. I’m just a college student who watches too much college football and places bets he can’t afford — like most of y’all. This weekly column is where I will give you my best bets for the week in college football. I am not responsible for any money lost, so don’t request money from me on Venmo.
If you listen closely, you can hear the sighs of Longhorn fans from across the country hanging in the air after last week’s loss to Iowa State. While Texas’ chances of reaching the Big 12 Championship Game are miniscule, the team can still get to nine wins this season. To get to that nine-win mark, though, the Longhorns will need to get past Baylor.
With only two weeks left in the regular season, several of our candidates are still vying to secure their teams’ spot in the College Football Playoff with rivalry games and marquee matchups looming. However, after the aforementioned injury, one team is going to have to do it without their Heisman contender.