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Easter Sunday Daily Bears Report: He Is Risen!

He is risen indeed!

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Easter, y'all! Today is the day we celebrate the miracle of the resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. I wish each and every one of you a pleasant day and hope you enjoy spending time with family and friends!

I, like many of y'all, am busy prepping for Easter, so the DBR will be a bit short today. Besides, you should be spending times with loved ones today (unless of course the ODB community are your loved ones in which case, aw shucks).


It's been...a while...

Road wins are so nice; let's have another!

Strickland's Surge Continues; Canion, SB Blank OSU, 8-0 to Take Series -

Jordan Strickland homered. Twice. Again. I think she can hit. Whitney Canion might be able to pitch. I mean, three-hits and no runs is decent, right? Canion also passed Stacy Allison for most complete games with her 106th such game; it was also her 38th career shutout. Okie aggy crushed. Sic 'em.

Track and Field

Complete Results from the 2014 Michael Johnson Dr Pepper Classic -

And he beat a Longhorn to do it.

I'd say that's a darn good way to send off Hart-Patterson! Sic 'em all the athletes who competed today.

Bartolol Colon

Behold the majestic Bartolo Colon swinging at baseballs.

There's a GIF too, because of course there is.

Steve Edmond Is Salty

You know what happened, but here's an ESPN recap in case you don't. I for one find this whole situation hilarious. Poor Horns can't handle that scrubby little Baylor has whopped up on them three times in the last four years.

Quick Hits

Rangers beat the White Sox, 6-3.

Astros were this close to beating the A's, lost 4-3.

Houston Dynamo draw, Nil-Nil, with the Philadelphia Union.

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