Fans, media dumbfounded by Baylor’s poor first half vs. Kansas

It was a rough first half for Baylor against Kansas State, and both fans and media alike were a little surprised.

The Bears showed tons of improvement last week against Oklahoma. Despite a close loss, Baylor demonstrated major growth in a 49-41 loss to the Sooners. But most of that improvement was nowhere to be found against Kansas State.

The Wildcats led the Bears 20-3 at halftime, and people had some thoughts.

People were especially bewildered by Baylor’s choice to put in freshman quarterback Charlie Brewer, likely burning his redshirt for the year, only to pull him from the game after two snaps.

Starting quarterback Zach Smith had started the game 11-of-11 passing, and he re-entered the game after two snaps and a holding penalty.

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