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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

Nothing can slow down this Cowboy offense. Not graduating players. Not devastating injuries. Certainly not defenses.

Oklahoma State is averaging 547.9 yards a game, fifth best in the nation. Even in this era of video-game statistics, the 500 yards a game is still a gold standard. Only 12 teams are currently in that club, and it's a who's who of the offensive elite.

Texas A&M. Oregon. Oklahoma. West Virginia.

And yes, OSU.

Stellar players like Joe Randle, Josh Stewart and Lane Taylor make this offense go. But really, this offense is bigger than any one standout. And that's what makes it so great.

The scheme is unstoppable.

How else to explain how these Cowboys continued to roll even as Brandon Weeden and Justin Blackmon left for the NFL and so many skill players went down with injuries?

Baylor's offense is good, but until it endures adversity and sustains success like OSU has, give me the Cowboy offense any day.