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Seven Baylor Errors Help Horns Put Away Bears

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Baylor ace Kendal Volz doesn't usually get much support from his teammates. The Bears offense is scoring 7.3 runs per game this season, but entering this weekend's series against Texas, they averaged just 4.3 in his starts. On Friday, he didn't get any support from his defense, either.

Seven Baylor errors, coupled with an up-and-down performance from Volz, led to a slew of unearned runs and a 12-4 Longhorns victory in Friday night's series opener. The Longhorns took a 1-0 lead in the first inning after cleanup hitter Kevin Lusson poked a single into right field, bringing home Travis Tucker. Brandon Belt later came around to score on a wild pitch. The Texas hitters could tell...

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