Tim Heitman-US PRESSWIRE
The Baylor Bears and Oklahoma State Cowboys are set for what should be a high-flying offensive showcase on Saturday.
The Bears lost five of six games in the middle of the season, derailing a promising start to the team's first year without Robert Griffin III. Baylor has been on an offensive roll the past month, however, culminating in a 52-24 dominating victory over the then No. 1 Kansas State Wildcats.
Baylor possesses one of the top offensive attacks in the nation, No. 5 in the NCAA in overall scoring and No. 3 with 358 passing yards per game behind quarterback Nick Florence. Oklahoma State boasts a powerful offense as well, No. 3 in the nation at 45.6 points per game and hanging in the top ten at 332 passing yards per game.
As such, it's no surprise that the line for the game has been set at 86 points, with the Cowboys currently 4.5-point favorites as the road team.
Kickoff for the regular season finale is set for 11 a.m. CT on Saturday, with coverage on FX.