The link hypothesizes that this game will take the place of Wofford's canceled matchup with Florida State, scheduled for Week Zero on August 31, 2013. That means we won't have a game on 9/14, after all, and will instead have three bye weeks in the 2013 season.
|2013 BAYLOR FOOTBALL SCHEDULE|
|Sept. 21||Louisiana-Monroe||Waco, Texas||TBD|
|Oct. 5||West Virginia||Waco, Texas||TBD|
|Oct. 12||at Kansas State||Manhattan, Kan.||TBD|
|Oct. 19||Iowa State||Waco, Texas||TBD|
|Oct. 26||at Kansas||Lawrence, Kan.||TBD|
|Nov. 9||Oklahoma||Waco, Texas||TBD|
|Nov. 16||vs. Texas Tech (Cowboys Stadium)||Arlington, Texas||TBD|
|Nov. 23||at Oklahoma State||Stillwater, Okla.||TBD|
|Nov. 30||at TCU||Fort Worth, Texas||TBD|
|Dec. 7||Texas||Waco, Texas||TBD|
Just a few tidbits about our newest foe, the Wofford Terriers.
- Their mascot is the Terriers and the school is located in Spartanburg, South Carolina
- They are a member of the Southern Conference (FCS) and finished second last season at 9-4 to Georgia Southern.
- Their season ended last year in the FCS Quarterfinals against eventual champion North Dakota State University. They lost 14-7.
- Here is their full 2012 schedule, which I can't paste for a reason that is completely unknown to me at this point. Whoever "Lincoln" is GOT THEY ASS WHUPPED IN THAT GAME.
So there you have it. Baylor again has a complete football schedule for 2013 with two bye weeks before our fourth game and four in a row to start the year at home. With a new QB in Bryce Petty and a defense still looking to find consistency, I'm ok with it. It's not a slate that is going to impress anybody, but we should be able to rack up the Ws. It will also be nice to send Floyd Casey out to pasture with 7 home games out of 12.