Dom Desouza has retired from football. Tony Adame of 247 had this:
Baylor confirmed Monday that offensive tackle Dominic Desouza has left the program, choosing to retire from football after graduating in December.
Desouza, 6-foot-6 and 310 pounds, played one season for Baylor after transferring from City College of San Francisco in 2015 - he redshirted that year and started all 13 games in 2016.
Rob Dauster of NBC still believes in Baylor, despite the recent losses:
Baylor isn’t some dominant team. But there is no dominant team anywhere this season, and while Baylor has been on the wrong end of some bad luck and a couple poor finishes, they’re still the same Baylor they’ve been all season. They’ll get this thing turned around soon enough.
Jake Lindsey previews the OU game. From BaylorAthletics:
The Lady Bears were listed as a #1 seed in a bracket reveal. US News notes:
After a week full of upsets, the NCAA women's basketball committee revealed its projected top 16 seeds for the final time before selection Monday.
UConn, Mississippi State, Baylor and Notre Dame would be the top seeds if the season was over. It's the first time that the Irish are a No. 1 seed.
Congrats to the Lady Bears on a big win in Austin:
"To all those naysayers there's not a new sheriff in town yet." - Kim Mulkey on ESPN postgame— Craig Smoak (@CraigSmoak) February 21, 2017
FWIW, the #Baylor Lady Bears made that comeback without Alexis Jones OR Nina Davis— Jessica Morrey (@JessicaMorrey) February 21, 2017
And just when you thought Texas couldn’t keep losing, they are! Jerry Meyer had this point in the middle of Texas falling to 10-18:
My theory on Texas defense is that Shaka Smart bailed on HAVOC and they can't coach and/or play basic solid defense.— Jerry Meyer (@jerrymeyer247) February 21, 2017
Baylor battles Oklahoma at 6:00 tonight. The game airs on ESPN2.