Rebounding at Baylor 

April, 21, 2006
04/21/06
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Tito from Waco, Texas: How about the change at Baylor? The offense is changing to the Texas Tech offense, with wide splits and all. Guy Morriss hired a guy from a small school (and former Marine sniper) who learned the offense from Tech. Plus, Morriss was with Mike Leach and Hal Mumme at Valdosta State when the offense was first created. Baylor lost two games last year in overtime to A&M and Oklahoma. If the offense showed up at all the team could have finished 7-4. Dominique Zeigler is going to put up huge numbers next year, and Shawn Bell should break every Baylor passing record. Baylor is going to a bowl game in 2006.

Feldman: Great save, Tito. Baylor should've made that cut. Lee Hays, that former Marine, might be the hot new assistant if the Bears can climb out of mediocrity and go bowling. ESPN.com contributor Tim Griffin from the San Antonio paper did a good job spotlighting the shift at Baylor. Hays boosted a program at West Texas A&M that had gone a combined 7-36 from 2002-05, and brought it to its best record in 55 seasons and first Lone Star Conference championship since 1986, while leading Division II in passing:

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