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The Baylor Bears have lost three games in a row and will look to snap that streak when they play host to the Kansas State Wildcats on Saturday in Waco, Texas. Baylor’s 6–0 start is way back in the rearview mirror after the Bears have lost to Texas, TCU and Oklahoma in consecutive weeks. To make matters worse, star quarterback Seth Russell is out for the rest of the season with a broken ankle. True freshman Zack Smith has taken over as the Bears’ signal-caller.
Kansas State comes to Waco coming off a home loss to Oklahoma State, but the Wildcats had won two in a row before that, over Texas and Iowa State. Both teams stand 3–3 in Big 12 play, but it’s K-State that has been installed as a narrow favorite in this matchup.
WACO, Texas — On the same day Baylor seniors will be honored before their final home game on the banks of the Brazos River, true freshman quarterback Zach Smith gets his first career start for the Bears. Baylor (6–3, 3–3 Big 12) goes into its home finale Saturday against Kansas State with a three-game losing streak and without senior quarterback Seth Russell, who had season-ending surgery this week after a gruesome left ankle injury in a loss last weekend at Oklahoma.
“It’s really heartbreaking what happened to Seth, but I mean I just have to honor him and go in there and do what I know I can do,” said Smith, who has appeared in six games behind Russell. “I feel good about Zach,” acting head coach Jim Grobe said. “He’s just the kind of guy that you want. He’s a smart quarterback, he takes his role very seriously, he tries to do exactly what he’s coached to do.”
Smith will be making his first start against one of the Big 12’s best defenses. Kansas State has allowed 393 total yards per game — the only conference team allowing less than 400 a game. (The Wildcats had one game shortened to a half because of bad weather