It's supposedly going to only be 85 F on Saturday for the game against SHSU, which is an amazingly wonderful thing to see, as well as more reason for you to be there.
Baylor looks to extend their seven-game winning streak to eight on Saturday against the oh-so-feared SHSU Bearkats on Saturday, while also ceremonially breaking ground on the new Baylor Stadium during halftime. In 2010, the last time the Bears faced the Bearkats, Baylor won 34-3. Of course, since then, SHSU defeated the New Mexico Lobos. Also, there will be free buttons given out at the gate to the first 40,000 ticketholders through the gates to commemorate the occasion.
Baylor Women's Golf jumped from fourth to second in their last round of competition in the Colonel Bill Wollenberg's Ptarmigan Ram Classic at Ptarmigan Country Club yesterday. The Lady Bears shot a final-round 296 to move into the top three and freshman Lauren Taylor finished in 13th after shooting a 1-under-par 71 to move up 10 spots in the final round.
Baylor Women's Tennis released their 2012-2013 schedule this week, which includes matches against 10 NCAA top-25 teams, as well as a trip to Florida to take on the defending NCAA national champion.
Baylor Cross Country picked up more awards this week, sweeping the Big 12 weekly recognitions for the first time since 2004. JR Hardy and Rachel Johnson were both honored as the top runners in the conference for the week, and represented Baylor's first pair to do so since Bo Price and Brittany Brockman.
Sometimes a little something different can be for the best, and a little bit of Baylor in the Redskins offense is what made RG3 so effective on Sunday, writes Deron Snyder of the Washington Times. Need I say more? Well I won't, but Grantland does, as does @SmartFootball.