The Baylor Football team is looking to shake their two game losing streak, on Saturday, when they welcome in Oklahoma State.
If The Bears are to pull of the win on Saturday, they will have to continue their red zone efficiency on both sides of the ball.
On offense the Bears rank 3rd in the conference in red zone offense scoring on 90% of their trips inside the 20.
“In a year where right now, we’re a little frustrated with where we are, I think third downs and red zone were things we were abysmal at last year and we have improved significantly in those two areas,” Head Coach Matt Rhule said. “We’d like to carry that over into everything. I think our guys have done a really good job at attacking in the red zone. I’ve been pleased with that development.”
Baylor’s defense has also played well inside the 20 allowing just ten-touchdowns on defense, which leads the Big 12 conference.