Early Offer: All Big 12 games matter 

November, 6, 2013
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The Early Offer is RecruitingNation's regular feature, giving you a daily dose of recruiting in the mornings. Today's offerings: Recruits all over the Midlands will have their eyes on Thursday’s OU-Baylor game, but Baylor coaches are treating it no differently than other conference games when it comes to recruiting; the Bears look like they are in good shape to keep one of the biggest recruits in their class, and the atmosphere at Nebraska’s Memorial Stadium following the Hail Mary victory over Northwestern wowed prospects.
Baylor knows Thursday’s important
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Baylor and Oklahoma often go against each other on the recruiting trail, but Bear coaches don’t believe Thursday’s game between the top 10 teams is more important than any other Big 12 game. “Every game in the Big 12 is important because those are the people we recruit against,” Baylor passing game coordinator and offensive recruiting coordinator Kendal Briles said. “This game is certainly no different. We hope we can go out there, make a big impression and wow a lot of recruits, but is it more special than our other conference games? When you’re recruiting against the quality teams in the Big 12, they all matter.”

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