Kansas showed some life with a second-quarter touchdown that brought the game to within 10 points, but Baylor is playing its most complete game of the season and dismantling the Jayhawks for the team's best win of 2010.
The Bears lead 48-7 after three quarters and have scored the game's past 31 points.
Up 34-7, Baylor scored two touchdowns in 12 seconds after Tim Atchison intercepted Kansas quarterback Jordan Webb and returned the ball 14 yards for the score. That interception came on the first play after Robert Griffin threw his third touchdown pass of the day.
The Jayhawks have no answer for Griffin, who has 380 yards and three scores on 26-of-36 passing. He's also run eight times for 64 yards.
Kansas was soundly beaten in its first road game against Southern Miss, and the Bears are doing the job even more decisively. Baylor is a good team, but Kansas will see better competition as the season progresses. If it doesn't fix the problems defending the pass that have arisen against Southern Miss and Baylor, it's going to be a long season in Lawrence.