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Friday Daily Bears Report: Frog Legs

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Even if TCU comes back to win this weekend's series, Baylor will have completed a nearly department-wide rout of the Horned Frog athletic program this year.

Ronald Martinez

I looked it up. If baseball wins one of the next two games against TCU to win this series, Baylor will have beaten TCU in every athletic event that both schools compete in except for men's golf. That's a pretty thorough thrashing.

Last night, baseball pulled out an upset and women's tennis saw their season come to an end at the hands of No. 4 Virginia. But all is not lost, because there are still sports to be had!

Remaining Sports!:

Softball is having itself a grand old time, with four players name to the NFCA All-Central Region Team. Also, if you hadn't heard, the No. 17 Baylor softball team plays the first round of the NCAA Softball Tournament today in Waco. Show up if you can! The action starts at 7 p.m. against Northwestern State.

Women's tennis is over for the year after suffering a 4-1 loss at the hands of No. 4 Virginia in the Round of 16. Good season, ladies!

Men's golf is sitting in seventh place at their regional after one day of competition in Eugene. The Bears are currently six strokes out fifth place with 36 holes to go, and the top five teams will advance to the NCAA Championships.

Baseball plays TCU again at 6:30 p.m. today in Baylor Ballpark. A win clinches a series victory and a near-complete sweep of the TCU Athletic Department, which is a magnificent feather in Ian McCaw's hat.

I love him. In a subsequent tweet, he responded to someone who tried to convince him that Tech was a better education with, "Nah, Baylor degree is better." The discussion ended there.

From a standing position in the middle of my dorm room, Isaiah Austin could touch every wall with only a single step in any direction.

So, there's that. Also, imahammeru needs to get on that thing he hinted at where we all get together and watch football film over the summer. I want to feel guilty for cackling my way through a recording of the Wofford game again.