Baylor benefits from Bradford pick

By John Helsley Published: October 5, 2008
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There was only turnover in Saturday's game, yet the one was entertaining.

A Sam Bradford pass deep for Juaquin Iglesias hung in a stiff south wind, was tipped and then fell toward Iglesias, who was sprawled on his back on the turf. Iglesias grasped for the ball, but so did several Bears, with Baylor's Lake Jordan eventually emerging from a pile with an interception that had to be confirmed by replay.


It resulted in just the third interception this year for Bradford, who boosted his touchdown total to 18.

Iglesias' explanation was nearly as adventurous as the play itself.

“I saw it,” Iglesias said. “I should have caught it, it hit my hands. I'm kind of bobbling it and then they keep coming in, I'm trying to catch it... I don't know. They caught it. But I should have caught it the first time.”



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