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  The Bears played a complete game: Offense, defense and especially the special teams contributed heavily to the blowout. "You could tell with the practices the guys were just ready to play and ready to hit someone," said Baylor running back Trestan Ebner. "I knew we should be ready for the moment. We started a little slow, but I'm thankful for how we finished. Guys picked it up and dominated the game." Ebner seemed to be everywhere as he became the first player in Big 12 history to catch a touchdown pass, run for a touchdown and return a kick for a score in a game.

Lightning struck twice for Ebner as he became the first Baylor player to return two kicks for touchdowns in a game. After taking the second-half kickoff to the house for a 100-yard touchdown, Ebner put his talents on repeat and returned a kickoff for an 83-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. "I would have thought Levi Norwood would have done it first," Ebner said of the former receiver and kick returner from 2011-14 who was honored as a Baylor Legend during the game. "He's just a great player I watched here. I'm just thankful that I was able to put my name in the Baylor record books, and I'm thankful for the chance to play with these great guys." - Waco Tribune Herald

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