Daily Bears Report 11.21.2012

Ronald Martinez

It's officially Thanksgiving Break, here.

Saturday will be yet another battle of two high-powered offenses when Baylor and Texas Tech meet in Arlington for their annual neutral-site game. Baylor's defense, despite being the Mr. Hyde of this split-personality team, managed to work harmoniously with Dr. Jekyll last Sunday and deliver a game that ended with the fans storming the field. Hopefully that will continue this week as the Bears look to go to their third consecutive bowl game. Baylor is predicted to win by ESPN's David Ubben.

Also in the news, Baylor Football released their 2013 schedule yesterday, revealing the last games to be played in Floyd Casey Stadium. Baylor v Texas on December 7th, 2013 will be the last game played in the 63 years old stadium, and the 2014 season will open in the new, riverside Baylor Stadium.

Baylor Volleyball plays their last game of the regular season at Texas Tech today, taking on the Red Raiders at 6:00 PM in Lubbock. The Bears currently have a 19-11 record, and are 6-9 in conference play.

Finally, SB Nation's Jon Bois took a trip to Montreal, and wrote something about it. Honestly, I have nothing else about Baylor to put here, and I don't like writing a short links, so here's the story, which I enjoyed.

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