Baylor coach Art Briles said he noticed a breakthrough in his team’s 70-17 rout of Rice.
Baylor coach Art Briles said he noticed a breakthrough in his team’s 70-17 rout of Rice. Rod Aydelotte AP
Baylor coach Art Briles said he noticed a breakthrough in his team’s 70-17 rout of Rice. Rod Aydelotte AP

Baylor regaining focus after slow start, off-field issues

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