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Daily Bears Report 11.16.2012

SBNation with the gifs!

Baylor Men's Basketball played Boston College yesterday in the ESPN Charleston Classic and won 84-74 behind Pierre Jackson's season-high 31 points. The Bears now take on Colorado in a rematch from last season's NCAA second round game, which Baylor won to advance to the Sweet Sixteen, and Colorado looks to upset the team that knocked them out of the tournament. This game is at 11:30 AM and will be televised on ESPNU.

Baylor Women's Basketball is in Hawaii for the Rainbow Wahine Classic this weekend and faces Final Four opponent Stanford today in a non-televised game. The Lady Bears look to continue their winning streak against the dangerous Cardinal and show their strength on their way back to the NCAA tournament.

Baylor Soccer plays Georgetown today in the NCAA tournament second round and hopes to move to the third round for the first time in program history. The 11th-ranked Bears are one of only four one-loss teams in the country, with no NCAA teams remaining undefeated, and has the nation's 2nd ranked defense. This is the second time the Bears have played in North Carolina for the second round, and BU hopes to have a much better result than last year. This game will not be televised or radio broadcast, but the Hoyas' site will have a GameTracker and updates will occur on @BaylorFutbol.

Baylor Football's Nick Florence has similar numbers to Heisman winner, and current Redskin, Robert Griffin III, despite having an un-similar record. Though the Baylor defense causes nightmares, the offense is still operating at an elite level, led by the senior with 31 touchdowns (25 passing, 6 rushing). This weekend the Bears face off against the Kansas State Wildcats, ranked no. 1 in the nation, and Florence will have a chance to show his talents as one of the best quarterbacks almost no one's talking about.

Finally, GIFS! Speaking of gifs, you may notice that the cover picture on this is a gif. Gotta love the new SBNation. (An Acy dunk was the only choice, really.) And in This Week in Gifs, coaches just want to make the world miserable.