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Baylor

Baylor proved that the program can go on without Robert Griffin III, putting together a 5-1 SU and 6-0 ATS second half that included big upset wins over Kansas State and UCLA. The offense put up more yards than any other team in the country last year, and even with a new starting quarterback at the helm, that shouldn’t change much this year with an elite running back tandem and a great offensive scheme already in place. The defense was one of the worst in the country last year, but it showed signs of improvement down the stretch; how that unit comes together will determine Baylor’s fate this season.