2010 Football Predictions – Baylor Bears

Anticipations for the 2010 Baylor Bears on College Sports Predictions is finally attaining bowl status. Word away of Waco, Texas is the Bears will finally end the 15 years post season drought, which sports handicapper will second that. The 2010 season should be one of optimism, and the reason is Robert Griffin, the multi talented quarterback will be under center this season after missing all of 2009 with a torn ACL. The Holds also have more protective speed than usual and two prospects in the secondary with coverage potential not observed in more than a decade at the school, maybe back further when safety Thomas Everett and cornerback Ron Francis played in the supplementary. The schedule is also favorable for the Carries, six with their first eight opponents were five-hundred or under last season. The schedule is so favorable that it could be a likelihood that the Bears could face Tx for the Big doze south lead when they use October 30th. Baylor football schedule

The Baylor Bears finished 4-8 last season, with a 6-6 record against the get spread around, going over the bets odds total 4x and under 8 times. The offense ranked 85th overs in the FBS, hitting 342. 9 yards every game, the passing game ranked 37th overall in school football, averaging a little over 242 back yards per contest, the operating game was not even near being efficient, the Bears rushed for 75. 6, yards per tournament which ranked 109th and the Baylor scored 20 points per game. The defense gave up over 405 yards per game, that ranked 94th in college or university football, the run defense was terrible, supplying up 178. 8 meters per contest, that rated 97th in the FBS, the team also allowed over 27 points every game. 

Quarterback Robert Griffin has the speed of top notch hurdler and uses it effectively. He raced for 843 as a true freshman in 08 and threw for over 2, 000 yards, with 15 touchdowns. This athletics handicapper believes this person will be on some all American teams in 2010. Griffin will have a mammoth offensive collection to protect him, that maybe the best the Bears have had in a long time. Baylor coach Art Briles is hoping the running game goes better with the huge line, it can probably be running back by committee. Wide receivers Kendall Wright and Josh Gordon will be a solid tandem.

Nose tackle Phil cannella Taylor, a transfer form Penn State has lost 20 pounds, in an attempt to make pay for a disappointing 2009 season. The Bears should be faster and even more athletic on the defensive position. The secondary will be very good with Knight in shining armor Kent, a prized sponsor who at first committed to Miami. Ahmad Dixon will also be in the mix and may even play some linebacker, where Antonio Johnson is the only returning starter, redshirt junior Chris McAllister has sketched raves and letterman Earl Patin and Chris Francis are also productive. The outlook for the Baylor Bears is very good in 2010.