Scores

Final

Wofford 3

(0-1, 0-1 away)

Baylor 69

(1-0, 1-0 home)

7:30 PM ET, August 31, 2013

Floyd Casey Stadium, WACO, TX

1 2 3 4 T
WOF 0 0 3 03
BAY 28 10 28 369

Top Performers

Passing: B. Petty (BAY) - 312 YDS, 2 TD

Rushing: L. Seastrunk (BAY) - 11 CAR, 111 YDS, 2 TD

Receiving: T. Reese (BAY) - 5 REC, 97 YDS, 1 TD

Seastrunk, Petty lead Baylor past Wofford 69-3

Associated Press

WACO, Texas -- Lache Seastrunk ran for 111 yards and two touchdowns, Bryce Petty threw for 290 yards and two scores in his first start and Baylor scored its most points since 1929 in a 69-3 victory over lower-division Wofford on Saturday night.

The Bears celebrated the opening of their final season at Floyd Casey Stadium by taking a 28-0 lead in the first quarter after Nick Florence, last year's record-setting replacement for Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III, delivered the pre-game prayer.

Petty, a junior, needed just 10 plays and 2:05 combined on game-opening drives of 70 and 65 yards for a 14-0 lead.

Wofford, one of the best running teams in FCS, struggled in its first game without all-time rushing leader Eric Breitenstein. Playing their first game in Texas, the Terriers needed 60 carries to get 173 rushing yards, 2.9 yards per run.

The game-time temperature was 102 for the start of the 64th season at Floyd Casey, which will be replaced next year by a campus stadium on the Brazos River.

The heat didn't bother the Bears, who surpassed what the school calls the modern era scoring record -- a 68-13 victory against Northwestern State in 2009, the second season under coach Art Briles.

It was the most points for Baylor since an 88-0 victory against Stephen F. Austin in 1929.

Glasco Martin opened the scoring with an 8-yard run up the middle, and Antwan Goodley was waiting in the end zone and fell backward on the gold paint with the second touchdown after a brief juggle on a 27-yard pass from Petty.

The junior who backed up Griffin two years ago and Florence last season was 14 of 18 for 202 yards in the first half, which ended with the Bears in front 38-0.

Petty finished 18 of 23 without an interception, although he did lose a fumble when the ball was knocked out of his hand as he set up to throw.

Backup Seth Russell was 4 of 4 for 99 yards, including a 70-yard touchdown to Corey Coleman. The Bears never punted and rolled up 692 yards total offense.

Tevin Reese had five catches for 97 yards -- including a 44-yard score from Petty -- and Goodley added four grabs for 68 yards. Goodley also had a 22-yard run on the opening drive.

The first time Wofford stopped Baylor without a turnover, Aaron Jones broke the school record for field goals with the 46th of his career, a 25-yarder that put the Bears up 31-0.

Baylor President Ken Starr, the former independent counsel who investigated former President Bill Clinton's White House, led the students onto field before the game with a full sprint for 100 yards. Then he turned it over to Seastrunk, who set a school record with his fifth straight 100-yard game.

The former high school star from nearby Temple, who originally went to Oregon but returned closer to home after a redshirt season, scored from 7 yards in the first quarter and went 23 yards virtually untouched up the middle for a 38-0 lead late in the first half.

Two plays after Seastrunk's first touchdown, Baylor secured the eighth quarter of at least 28 points in school history when Chris McAllister batted a pass from Michael Weimer into the air, caught it and took the interception 25 yards to the end zone with nobody in front of him.

Wofford rotated three quarterbacks in Weimer, James Lawson and Evan Jacks but couldn't find much rhythm in its option-based offense. The results were worse when the Terriers tried to throw.

Baylor safety Ahmad Dixon delivered a crushing hit on Will Irwin after a short catch on the Terriers' second play. After McCallister's interception return, Weimer lost a fumble when he stumbled in the pocket and fumbled as he was hit. Baylor's Jamal Palmer recovered.

The Terriers got their only points on a 15-play drive to Kasey Redfern's 22-yard field goal in the third quarter.

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Team Stat Comparison

 
WOF
BAY
1st Downs1632
Total Yards233692
Passing60411
Rushing173281
Penalties8-508-53
3rd Down Conversions7-186-10
4th Down Conversions0-21-1
Turnovers32
Possession34:5925:01

Passing Leaders

WoffordC/ATTYDSAVGTDINT
Jacks3/6305.000
BaylorC/ATTYDSAVGTDINT
Petty19/2431213.020

Rushing Leaders

WoffordCARYDSAVGTDLG
Johnson18774.3027
Gay4194.8011
BaylorCARYDSAVGTDLG
Seastrunk1111110.1223
Webb67111.8037

Receiving Leaders

WoffordRECYDSAVGTDLG
Ashley11818.0018
Irwin2157.5011
BaylorRECYDSAVGTDLG
Reese59719.4144
Goodley59018.0127

Scoring Summary

FIRST QUARTERWOFBAY
TD13:32Glasco Martin 8 Yd Run (Aaron Jones Kick) 07
TD07:01Antwan Goodley 27 Yd Pass From Bryce Petty (Aaron Jones Kick) 014
TD02:49Lache Seastrunk 7 Yd Run (Aaron Jones Kick) 021
TD02:09Chris McAllister 25 Yd Interception Return (Aaron Jones Kick) 028
SECOND QUARTERWOFBAY
FG06:04Aaron Jones 25 Yd 031
TD02:52Lache Seastrunk 23 Yd Run (Aaron Jones Kick) 038
THIRD QUARTERWOFBAY
FG08:38Kasey Redfern 22 Yd 338
TD07:28Tevin Reese 44 Yd Pass From Bryce Petty (Aaron Jones Kick) 345
TD04:09Shock Linwood 19 Yd Run (Aaron Jones Kick) 352
TD01:24Corey Coleman 70 Yd Pass From Seth Russell (Aaron Jones Kick) 359
TD00:12Seth Russell 13 Yd Run (Aaron Jones Kick) 366
FOURTH QUARTERWOFBAY
FG04:00Kyle Peterson 43 Yd 369

Research Notes

Baylor beat Wofford 69-3, setting the school record for points in a game. The previous record was 68, set vs. Northwestern State in 2009.

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