The Baylor Bears haven't had the football a lot early in their game against the Kansas State Wildcats, but when they have, the offense has done well in being efficient when they are on the field. Robert Griffin III and the rest of the Baylor Bears currently hold a 14-13 lead in the second quarter.
The Bears fell behind 13-7 on the score board at the end of the first quarter, but Griffin III's second touchdown pass of the day Kendall Wright has put Baylor on top as the game creeps closer to halftime. As it stands, Baylor's offense has had the ball for four minutes and 10 seconds, compiling 130 yards and 14 points (thanks to Tom Fornelli for that excellent little statistic).
Kansas State has had the ball for quite a bit, but it unfortunately hasn't translated to a lot on the scoreboard. The Wildcats lone touchdown came when quarterback Collin Klein threw a 15-yard pass to John Hubert while kicker Anthony Cantele has kicked in a pair of field goals to round the Kansas State scoring summary.