Matt Rhule has the Baylor Bears doing what’s necessary to improve going forward.
Fresh off of a 2017 season in which the Bears logged a 1-11 record to begin the Rhule era, which ranked ninth out of the
10-team Big 12, Baylor bolsters its locker room with an incoming crop of talent in the form of a 2018 class ranked within
the top 30 nationally.
For that raw talent and the talent already at hand to take the next step to compete in the Big 12, though, the work must
be put in throughout the offseason.
That’s exactly what the Bears are doing, as evident by this intense winter conditioning workout video.