Baylor’s big win over Oklahoma Thursday night came with a huge personnel loss for the Bears.
Following the victory over the Sooners that both kept them tied atop the Big 12 standings with Texas and saw their hopes for a shot at a BCS title improve immensely, head coach Art Briles confirmed that Tevin Reese had suffered a dislocated wrist. The wide receiver was injured in the first half and did not return to the playing field, spending the second half on the sidelines with his arm in a sling.
Briles said that Reese will miss the rest of the regular season but could return for the postseason.
Reese is currently second on the Bears in receptions (33), receiving yards (824) and receiving touchdowns (eight). His 25 yards per catch leads the team.