Baylor Camp Report: Offense expects to pick-up where it left off
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If you caught a Baylor football game last season, you saw fireworks. The offense averaged 45 points a game, turning the end zone into a second home. However, a big portion of the production no longer wears the green and gold.
Baylor lost its two leading rushers, Terrance Ganaway and quarterback Robert Griffin III. The Bears also lost their leading receiver Kendall Wright to the Tennessee Titans.
Despite the losses, the returning offensive unit isn't worried. Baylor will look to senior quarterback Nick Florence and senior receiver Terrance Williams this season. One hyped recruit Lache Seastrunk transferred from Oregon and will also boost a running back core that includes senior Jared Salubi.