Baylor's new offense has gained enough interest to make the Spring game very interesting. Offensive Coordinator Lee Hays has his bunch fired up and ready to go, and for the first time Baylor fans will have the ability to see both sides of the ball scrimmage in a simulated game.
Fresh faces on the defensive side of the ball including players such as Antonio Jones and Nick Moore will certainly be closely watched, as returning starters such as C.J. Wilson and Anthony Arline lead the defense back onto the gridiron.
A few questions will be answered, and there are still starting positions yet to be filled. Certainly the Bears will be in full force on Saturday.
The 1st quarter will feature an alumni flag football game that pits former Baylor letter winners against each other. The final 3 quarters will allow the Bears to exhibit everything they implemented during previous Spring practices into what hopefully culminates into a high powered offensive attack and ball-hawking defense.
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