We started the season with the Wofford Terriers, a FCS team that was scheduled last minute due to the Southern Methodists dropping their game with us. Although a lower-tiered program, Wofford had had a series of successful seasons (8+ wins in each of the previous three) and was no stranger to playing good FBS teams: South Carolina in 2012, Clemson in 2011 and Wisconsin in 2009. Wofford was a team that had the potential to make a fool of Baylor to start the season.
After losing starting QB Nick Florence and our best receiver from 2012, Terrence Williams, some questioned if Bryce Petty and Tevin Reese were ready to continue the string of top ten Baylor offenses in 2013. It took less than 13 minutes of game clock for Baylor to take a 28-0 lead that ended in a 69-3 victory that hinted something special was in store for Baylor in 2013.
Complete box score from baylorbears.com:
A look at all the pre and post-game contributions from Seymour, et al: