Tevin Reese (Getty Images)
Baylor put on an impressive all-around display Thursday night in its dominating victory over Oklahoma, but it came at a price.
Tevin Reese, the team’s second-leading receiver, suffered a dislocated right wrist in the first half of the game and will miss the rest of the regular season. Reese came out for the second half with his arm in a sling and Baylor head coach Art Briles confirmed the injury after the game, but said that Reese could return for a bowl game.
Reese leads the Bears with 25 yards per catch and is second on the team with 33 receptions, 824 yards and eight touchdowns.
The undefeated Bears are currently tied with Texas atop the Big 12 standings with four games remaining on the schedule.
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