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Sunday DBR: The Offseason is Dark and Full of Terrors

But the fires of football (read: soccer) burns them all away.

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday marked the official close of the 2013-2014 Baylor Athletics season. What a season it was. Big 12 Championships in Football, Women's Basketball (x2), Men's Tennis (x2), and Women's Tennis (x2). Deep post-season runs in almost every sport. A new stadium rose up on the banks of the Brazos. In the indelible words of Frank Sinatra, it was a very good year.

Track and Field Wrap-Up

Men Eighth, Women 14th at NCAA Outdoor Championships -

Lead by the efforts of Everett "Tiny" Walker and Tiffani McReynolds in the final day of competition, the Baylor men's and women's track and field teams both finished with top-15 finishes at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon.

The men's team earned 21 points to take 8th overall and first among Big 12 teams. The women's team took home 14th place with 17 points and a record five All-Americans. Here's a list of all of the Baylor All-Americans:

Men: Trayvon Bromell, freshman (1st, 100 meters); Everett Walker, senior (5th, 200 meters); TJ Holmes, freshman (4th, 400 hurdles, and 7th, 4x400 relay); Blake Heriot, senior (7th, 4x440 relay); Drew Seale, senior (7th, 4x400 relay); George Caddick, freshman (7th, 4x400 relay)
Women: Rachel Johnson, junior (3rd, 3,000 steeplechase); Tiffani McReynolds, redshirt junior (4th, 100-meter hurdles); Brianna Richardson, sophomore (6th, triple jump); Ashley Fields, sophomore (7th, 200 meters); Erin Atkinson, senior (8th, hammer throw)

Congrats to all y'all!

World Cup

The United States and Ghana play tomorrow at 5:00 CST. The dastardly Black Stars have knocked out the Americans the last two World Cups. Not again. I believe the we will win! Full preview coming tomorrow when I actually wake up at a decent time...