Baylor-A&M finally kicking into high gear


COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- You knew it was only a matter of time.

Baylor and Texas A&M both rank in the top 15 nationally in total offense.

Both rank in the nation's bottom half in total defense.

I picked 79 total points to be scored into today's game, but through almost half of the second quarter, we'd only seen 10.

Finally, the track meet is on. Texas A&M's Ryan Tannehill hit Ryan Swope for a 68-yard score over the top of the defense.

On Baylor's first play the next drive, Robert Griffin III hit Terrance Williams for a 77-yard score over the top of the defense to take a 14-10 lead.

We expected fireworks today.

Finally, we're getting them. Expect plenty more before this game -- or even this half -- is over.