Baylor fans voice frustration, disillusionment after 33-20 loss to Kansas State

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Baylor football moved to 0-5 on the season with a 33-20 loss to Kansas State on Saturday, and Bears fans were none too pleased by their team’s latest showing.

One week removed from a narrow-defeat against No. 3 Oklahoma, Baylor never led once and was out-gained by more than 100 rushing yards in the first half – leaving fans angry, frustrated and disillusioned as the Bears still seek their first win of the year.

Here’s what Baylor fans had to say about the game:

Tim Toepfer: We learned the following: 1. This team has little to no talent. 2. Rhule is over his head coaching in the Big 12. Burn a redshirt for 2 running plays??? 3. Do not come on here at start talking about morale victories. There are no participation trophies in big-time college sports.

Chad Simpson: I don’t see them winning a game. They just need to rebuild, we have the off but the defense needs help or a leader bad. Don’t care for the defense of coach too much.

Ryan Moy: I wouldn’t say I saw improvement this game. It was just 2 terrible plays that we made.

David Pryor: 0-5 tells the story.

Daniel Glaze: Why burn Charlie Brewer’s Redshirt!!! Play defense and throw the dang ball!!! K-State don’t let you run straight at them!!!!

Steve Couch: Rhule and his staff are showing their incompetency today. This staff has no more than 20 wins in them over the next 5 seasons.

Ray Matthews: Pathetic coaching!!!! Period!!!!!!

Baylor gets a much-needed bye in Week 6, but the schedule doesn’t get any easier when the Bears resume play against No. 15 Oklahoma State in Stillwater on Oct. 14. The Cowboys will be the third-straight preseason AP Top 25 team that Baylor will face.

For the meantime, the Bears have two weeks to work out a gameplan to stop one of the most electric offenses in college football.

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