Oklahoma State football: Comparing Baylor's offense with OSU's

POINT/COUNTERPOINT — Baylor and Oklahoma State's offenses have seemed unstoppable this season despite both having new quarterbacks. But who has more firepower, the Bears or the Cowboys?
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: November 30, 2012

Which team has the better offense? Baylor or Oklahoma State?



You can't say enough about how Oklahoma State's offense has continued to roll this season, despite needing three starting quarterbacks and suffering a barrage of injuries on that side of the ball.

But Baylor, simply, has more firepower.

Nick Florence is possibly the most underrated player in the Big 12, leading the nation in total offense and putting up similar numbers as Robert Griffin III did during last year's Heisman campaign. Receiver Terrance Williams has already been named an All-American by the American Football Coaches Association.

In the Big 12, Florence2Williams is the 2012 version of Weeden2Blackmom.

Combine that passing game with the emergence of running back Lache Seastrunk, and the Bears possess an attack that is both potent and balanced.

OSU's offense possesses both of those qualities, as well. And the future is brighter for the Cowboy unit.

But right now, Baylor has more dominant, reliable star power.


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