Baylor cornerback Blake Lynch isn’t short on confidence, at least with what Baylor can do on the football field.
After starting 0-4 under first-year coach Matt Rhule, the Bears will try to pick up their first win of the season against Kansas State in Manhattan, Kansas, on Saturday.
Lynch expects a physical football game from the Wildcats, but if the Bears can execute their game plan, Lynch says Baylor can win against anyone, according to John Werner of the Waco Tribune.
“Kansas State is a really disciplined football team, a really physical football team,” Lynch told the Waco Tribune. “But I think as long as we do what we’re supposed to do we’ll be fine. I honestly think we feel like we can go out and beat anybody that we play as long as we stick to the game plan.”
Lynch might be not too far off considering Baylor’s near upset of No. 3 Oklahoma last Saturday. The Sooners pulled away for a 49-41 win, but Baylor’s offense lit up the same Oklahoma team that went into Columbus, Ohio, and dominated Ohio State.
The Bears will need the same offensive firepower against the Wildcats, Saturday, but will have to figure out a way to contain Kansas State’s offense.
Kickoff in Manhattan is set for 3:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2.
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