4. Baylor showed up …
In the second half.
It’s not like the Bears weren’t trying, but nothing was working early on, Georgia started out hot, and there was too big a whole to get out of. However, this got interesting.
Before getting knocked out of the game, BU QB Charlie Brewer threw for 211 yards with a touchdown and ran for another as the momentum quickly shifted to the other side. The Baylor contingent got into it, Georgia didn’t have the same pep as it did in the first half, and this became a bit of a battle.
And then Brewer got rocked trying to run for a first down, and that was about it.
Even so, the defense held Georgia to just 130 rushing yards, and the team kept on pressing to at least throw a scare into the SEC types.
Three turnovers, ten penalties, and three misfires on fourth down kept he Bears from making more of a real push late, but the team didn’t quit.
It was a 12-point loss, but …