Baylor stands second in the Big 12 in scoring offense (51.3 points) despite being dead last, by a sizable margin, in time of possession at 24:31 per game. Cross-reference those two stats and you find the Bears average a point every 28 seconds, virtually tying Oklahoma State for the league lead in a newfangled metric we'll label "tempo efficiency." (By comparison, West Virginia requires 33.9 seconds per point scored, whereas Texas averages 39.5 seconds, Oklahoma 45.7 seconds, and Kansas, lagging in the rear, requires a downright mopey 83.7 seconds.)WVU prepares for Baylor's "ridiculous" offensive pace. It goes on to say that Baylor is actually scoring faster this season in terms of points per second, though that number will probably go down in conference play.