Maybe in two weeks God will smile upon us with clouds on Saturday morning.
Baylor Football defeated Buffalo 56-13 in the first half and then just sat back and chilled, scoring 14 more points almost accidentally to end the game 70-13. It was hot in the stands, according to people who were there, and here are some .gifs to illustrate exactly what kind of a win this was. The Syracuse Post-Standard's Brent Axe apologizes profusely for accidentally ranking Texas 21st, rather than Baylor, in this week's AP poll, and SI.com's Stewart Mandel has Baylor unapologetically in the Fiesta Bowl. The Tribune-Herald has some grades for the team, and the ESPN bloggers are staggered by some numbers.
Baylor Soccer defeated Missouri on Friday afternoon 2-1 to tie the program's record best start, and drew with Texas A&M on Sunday evening to preserve a loss-free campaign. The nil-nil draw also ended an 11-match losing streak against the Aggies for the Bears, and goalkeeper Michelle Kloss had another brilliant day in goal, saving three shots on goal.
Baylor Volleyball went 1-2 for the weekend, defeating Mississippi State in 4 sets on Saturday night after losing to both Tulsa and UT-Arlington during the Baylor Classic. Thea Munch-Soegaard and Zoe Adom each had 18 kills in Saturday's victory, and Adom had a high level of production throughout the weekend, registering 19 kills against UTA and 7 against Tulsa.
Baylor Women's Golf sits in sixth after the opening round in the Cougar Classic hosted at the Yeamans Hall Club in Hanahan, S.C.
Baylor Athletic Director Ian McCaw has been a major part of the rebuilding of Baylor Athletics, and his decision to come here in the middle of the basketball scandal and a Kansas-ian performance by the football team changed the outlook for Baylor Athletics forever, Jerry Hill on BaylorBears.com writes.
Finally, The Daily Win brings you the best moments of College Football, Week Two.
UPDATE: For those that follow @OurDailyBears on twitter, it seems like the ESPN Big 12 blog finally took the advice given last night and wrote about Baylor's hyper-efficient offense. Crazy how that works.
Also, if schadenfreude is your thing, you should read this piece from FootballStudyHall on the disaster that befell Texas' defense in Provo Saturday night.