Baylor coach Art Briles believes redshirt senior QB Bryce Petty will have a better season in 2014 than he did in 2013.
Considering that Petty is coming off a huge campaign of 4,200 yards, 32 touchdowns and just three interceptions, Briles' expectations are sky high. "He has a vast amount of experience now, to help him improve in everything that he does. Leadership, decision-making, things that can give him an edge on the field," Briles told FOX Sports' The Audible with Bruce Feldman. "I expect him, as crazy as it sounds, to be even more productive, even better and to lead us to even greater heights than he did last year." The 6-foot-3, 230-pounder is an early Heisman candidate and first-round candidate. Briles hopes he can lead Baylor to the next level. "As a team, we want to get into those playoffs," Petty told the Dallas Morning News last month. "That is the next step in this program to become a national powerhouse. We took the right steps last year. We had a splash on the scene."
Mon, Jun 2, 2014 08:41:00 PM