Brewer to play in Bears' final home game against TCU

Posted at 10:17 PM, Nov 12, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-13 00:05:43-05

The Bears' game against Iowa State got out of hand on the field and on the score board Saturday. 

As a result, the Bears will be without Greg Roberts for the first half of the game this week against TCU. 

Charlie Brewer will be allowed to play the whole game.

Head Coach Matt Rhule and hit team said they were embarrassed by their actions up in Ames and have apologized to Big 12 Commissioner Bowlsby as well as Baylor Athletic Director Mack Rhoades. 

But now, Baylor turns their attention to the Horned Frogs. 

"They've got a veteran quarterback in Collins who's smart, knows where to go with the football. Sonny Cumbie does a great job as their offensive coordinator, and really, Jalen Reagor is a dominate receiver. He can do it in the screen game. He can do it in the vertical passing game. He's someone you have to account for, but you can't double him cause they've got lots of other good wideouts, and they've got lots of other good skill. So, it's a tremendous challenge. You know I think, we'll have to play really well, and we'll have to not, not give up the opportunities that, you know, we did this past Saturday. TCU was able to beat Iowa State, you know, and we weren't. We've got to play our best football game to have a chance," Head Coach Matt Rhule said.

Saturday will be the Bears' final home game of the year, as well as Senior Day. Kick off is set for 11 a.m.  

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