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Offensive shake up at Baylor

Baylor will not retain offensive coordinator Larry Fedora, according to a report from David Smoak of SicEm365 radio.

We can now confirm these changes.

Baylor finished 125th nationally in yards per play and 99th in scoring this season, the first under head coach Dave Aranda. Starting quarterback Charlie Brewer also announced a transfer to Utah, so 2021 will offer a new look for the Bears' offense.

The 2020 season was Fedora's first as an offensive coordinator since 2007, who spent 11 seasons as head coach at Southern Miss and North Carolina after last calling plays at Oklahoma State from 2005-07. He spent 2019 as an analyst at Texas before joining Aranda's staff.

Baylor went 2-7 this fall.

We're told to expect more changes to come.

As always, stay tuned to The Scoop for the latest.

Update> Pete Thamel adds that Jorge Munoz will not return either.