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Balanced Attack Carries Football to 41-14 Win Over Kansas - Baylor Bears Official Athletic Site - BaylorBears.com
Nick Florence threw for 367 yards and three touchdowns, running back Lache Seastrunk had 194 total yards and Baylor won its first Big 12 game of the season, beating Kansas 41-14 Saturday.
Baylor vs. Kansas final: Bears win 41-14 - SB Nation Dallas
A visit by the downtrodden Kansas Jayhawks was exactly the antidote a struggling Baylor team needed, as the Bears rolled to a 41-14 victory on Saturday.
Kansas Football: 3 Things We Learned Against Baylor - Through the Phog - A Kansas Jayhawks Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
The Baylor Bears on Saturday defeated Kansas, 41-14 keeping the Jayhawks without a win in conference.
Five key points: Lache Seastrunk provides early spark, new weapon in already-lethal Baylor offense | College Sports Blog
Here are five key points to take away from Baylor’s 41-14 over the Kansas Jayhawks.
Baylor hands Kansas its 18th straight Big 12 loss - KansasCity.com
In the instant aftermath of Kansas’ 41-14 loss to Baylor on Saturday — the Jayhawks’ 18th straight Big 12 loss — the biggest reason for a downtrodden Jayhawk to hope is that the Bears — who once lost 29 straight Big 12 games from 1998 to 2002 — are now in the running for another bowl game. Sometimes, it gets better.
College Confidential: Running, defense combo gives Baylor first conference win of the season
It’s been a long five weeks for Baylor, but the Bears were finally able to breathe again after their 41-14 win against the Kansas Jayhawks tonight, the Bears’ first conference win this season. "A tremendous relief, quite honestly," Baylor head...
Baylor drops KU for first Big 12 win - Dallas Colleges Blog - ESPN Dallas
Nick Florence threw touchdown passes of 11, 68 and 40 yards and rushed for a 7-yard score to lead Baylor to a 41-14 victory over Kansas at Floyd Casey
Baylor sinks KU with strong second half | CJOnline.com
WACO, Texas – It wasn’t exactly Hurricane Sandy that blew through Floyd Casey Stadium on Saturday, but a halftime drizzle delay afforded Kansas some extra time to think.The Jayhawks had to feel OK, all things considered. They trailed Baylor by six points despite surrendering two quick touchdowns to open the game, and the Bears had just settled for a field goal after six snaps inside the 10-yard line.