With the temperature forecast for 101 degrees for Saturday’s kickoff, the Baylor players are psyching themselves for the oven that McLane Stadium will likely become. “I don’t really care,” said Baylor senior linebacker Blake Lynch. “We practice outside. We’re used to the heat. We’ve just got to hydrate and take care of our body.”

     

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