Baylor will resume play next Tuesday against Iowa State. The Bears announced that Baylor-Oklahoma State on Saturday is canceled.
If the Bears play all three games next week, then three the following week, they’d finish with 15 games. That would ensure they play within three of the league average, which means zero forfeits for Baylor.
The Bears lead the Big 12 by four games in the loss column. Nothing is guaranteed in life, but the Bears are huge favorites to win the league.
Here is Baylor’s full release:
Baylor men’s basketball will resume its schedule with a matchup against Iowa State on Tuesday, Feb. 23, following six consecutive postponed games due to the Big 12 Conference men’s basketball interruption guidelines.
Baylor had home games postponed against TCU (Feb. 6), Texas Tech (Feb. 13), West Virginia (Feb. 18) and Oklahoma State (Feb. 20), as well as road games at Oklahoma (Feb. 10) and at West Virginia (Feb. 15).
The home game against West Virginia has been rescheduled for Thursday, Feb. 25, and the Big 12 Conference will work with teams to reschedule additional games. Fans with tickets to the originally scheduled Jan. 12 matchup against WVU can use those tickets when the teams meet on Feb. 25.
Baylor has six potential games which could be rescheduled during the open week between Monday, March 1 and Sunday, March 7, though all six will not be able to be rescheduled. Four of those six potential games are home games, while two are on the road.