Baylor offense not looking like usual self

October, 29, 2011
10/29/11
4:58
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Last week, Oklahoma State was the team with a case of the drops.

This week, it's Baylor. The Bears and Cowboys have two of the deepest receiving corps in the country, but Robert Griffin III's receivers have let him down today.

Kendall Wright and Tevin Reese have both dropped big passes downfield, and we've seen a couple others early on as the OSU defense has helped the Cowboys race to a 21-0 lead midway through the second quarter.

Why we've seen the drops is anyone's guess. Wright's been the Big 12's top receiver through the first half of the season, but the Bears haven't been able to hit a rhythm, and the drops are the biggest reason why.

Oklahoma State already has a goal-line stand, an interception in the end zone and a turnover on downs in its own territory after a fake punt today.

Another day of making plays when necessary, even after the opposing offense racks up chunks of yards.

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