When the baylor recruiting buzz hits a fever pitch, it’s not easy to stop it

The baylor-USC game on Saturday will be the last of four Big 12 games this year.

The other three are Texas A&M-Kansas State on Nov. 18 and Oklahoma-Texas on Nov 20.

However, one school has already announced it will be taking over the conference’s hosting duties.

Baylor, which is ranked No. 6 in the country, announced Tuesday that it will host the Baylor-USU game in 2019.

Baylor has long been one of the most-anticipated games of the season, and its homecoming game with Texas will certainly be a big deal.

But when it comes to recruiting and the state of Texas, it will certainly not be a walk in the park. 

The Big 12 has historically been an attractive recruiting destination for schools, but there have been some problems.

Baylor and USU are both located in Texas and have a history of not recruiting well in the state.

The rivalry between the two schools has been a hot topic over the past few years, and Texas has repeatedly pulled away from the Bears during the past three seasons.

Last year, the Longhorns ranked No 2 in the Big 12 and Baylor was No. 1 in the 247Sports Composite rankings. 

There have also been some concerns about USU, which was ranked No 1 in 247Sports last year and is now No. 10 in the nation. 

Baylor was ranked a combined 20th in 247 Sports Composite and No. 9 in the USA Today Composite.

USU has never won a Big 12 title, and it has lost three of its last four games.

But while both schools have had success in the past, the Big East’s expansion in the last few years has made the conference less attractive to top-tier programs. 

USU is one of only four schools to reach the bowl game every year since 2011, when it won a title.

It was the only program in the league to do so in 2017. 

However, the other schools that have made it to bowl games are Iowa, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Wisconsin.

That doesn’t include Notre Dame, which has never made it past the second round of the postseason. 

This will mark the first time the Big Eight has hosted a Big 10 game. 

According to a report from 247Sports, Baylor, USU and Oklahoma are the four schools that will host both games in 2019, with Nebraska joining the Big Ten for the 2018 game.

It will be a game that fans are excited to see as well.