Bears set national standard

By TheFrenchFry
Nov. 03, 2016

By: Jordan Smith

Baylor has run the football better than any Big 12 team this season, rushing for a total of 1,697 yards on 300 carries with 16 touchdowns. However, that success goes further back than just this year. Ever since the win over TCU on Nov. 30, 2013, Baylor has scored at least one rushing touchdown in every single game, putting its streak to 35 games in a row with a rushing touchdown, which is the longest streak of any team in a Power Five Conference.

Head coach Jim Grobe said that running the football will help the passing game be able to lead the offense during games.

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