Football Friday: How many points will it take to beat Baylor? How should K-State use Daniel Sams, Jake Waters and John Hubert?

It’s time for another Football Friday.

Kansas State will face Baylor at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday at Snyder Family Stadium. It might be one of the most intriguing games of the day. The Bears and their offense are the talk of the Big 12, but they haven’t had much recent success on the road in conference play and has never won in Manhattan.

K-State might be the best team it has faced, and is coming off a narrow loss at Oklahoma State. The Wildcats also want to avenge their loss to the Bears last season, but in an odd twist the Bears are still angry about losing at K-State with Robert Griffin III two years ago (that was a truly great game, by the way). So it’s one of those rare games where both teams are thinking about revenge.

Anyway, thanks again for all the questions. Let’s get to them:@KellisRobinett #KState needs to hold Baylor to (fill in the amount of) points in order to have a chance at the upset…

— Brian McCandless (@ksubmac) October 10, 2013

Definitely the most important question of the week. I’m going with 35, almost half Baylor’s season average of 70.5. K-State can score in the high 30s or low 40s against Baylor, but the Bears win if the game gets any higher than that. (more…)