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2012 Big 12 Baseball Tournament: Baylor Advances By Defeating Kansas State 11-2

Top-seeded Baylor was taking on No. 8 seeded Kansas State for the second time in the Big 12 tournament, and the second time around was just as easy as the first game. Baylor easily defeated Kansas State 11-2 behind the strength of starting pitcher Tyler Bremer who pitched eight innings, allowed seven hits, two runs and struck out three batters.

Baylor got out to a quick start by scoring two runs in each of the first two innings to race out to a 4-0 lead. After six innings Baylor extended their lead to 6-0, but Kansas State made a mini-run by scoring a pair of runs to make it a 6-2 game.

Baylor immediately responded to score four runs in the top of the seventh and put the game away by leading 10-2 after eight innings. Second baseman Lawton Langford led the way on offense for Baylor by going 1-for-4, scoring two runs, two RBI and also walking twice.

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