(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.)By STEPHEN HAWKINSAP Sports Writer
WACO, Texas (AP) - The Baylor Bears knew they would be challenged after scoring all those points in four lopsided games to start the season.
Big 12 leading receiver Antwan Goodley says the 12th-ranked Bears are now looking to get back their ``normal pace'' after passing the test.
Baylor averaged more than 70 points in its first four games, all at home. Over the weekend, the Bears had to come from behind with two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to win 35-25 at Kansas State.
Coach Art Briles says it was huge for the Bears to respond like that to get a hard-fought victory.
The Bears return home Saturday to play Iowa State. They are going for their 10th win in a row, which would match the 76-year-old school record.