MBB Hosts K-State for Immortal Ten Game - Baylor University Official Athletic Site, Baylor hosts Kansas State for the 91st-anniversary Immortal Ten Game at 8 p.m. CT Monday at the Ferrell Center. The game will be televised on ESPNU and WatchESPN.
Baylor basketball hosts Kansas State, winners of three of their last four, BearsIllustrated, The Bears host the Kansas State Wildcats, looking to slow down them down and get a big home win.
Kansas State Winning Games in Different Ways, ksn, Back to Back wins for the Wildcats
Men’s basketball to take on Baylor Bears Monday | The Collegian, This last week saw the Kansas State men’s basketball team rack up momentous wins against two top-25 ranked teams, and the Wildcats are eager to carry this momentum into their next game against Baylor tonight.
On Tuesday, the Wildcats knocked off the then-No. 4 University of Oklahoma in an impressive fashion, 87-69.
After a few days off, the Wildcats put down then-No. 24 TCU in a more competitive game on Saturday, with the final score being 73-68.
Now, K-State will travel to Waco, Texas, tonight to face the Baylor Bears. It will be the first time the two teams have met during the 2017-18 season.
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Baylor men win tennis openers against UMKC, Waco,Trib, Baylor men’s tennis went 2-0 Saturday afternoon to open up its spring season. The Bears secured 7-0 sweeps over UMKC for their 22nd home season opener in 23 tries. It
Men’s Tennis cruises by UMKC | The Baylor Lariat, Baylor Men’s Tennis started its season on a high note, notching two wins Saturday against the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC).
Former Lady Bear standout Scott dies at 33 | Lady Bears Basketball | wacotrib.com, Chameka Scott, the former Baylor women’s basketball star who helped the Lady Bears claim the program’s first national championship in 2005, died on Sunday after a long battle with cancer.
Cancer takes life of ex-Baylor star Chameka Scott - Swish Appeal, Baylor’s former standout, Chameka Scott, passed away on Sunday January 21 after losing her battle with cancer.
Former Baylor Bears basketball player Chameka Scott dies of cancer at age 33, ESPN, Chameka Scott, a starting guard on Baylor's 2005 NCAA women's basketball championship team, died Sunday night from cancer at age 33.
Baylor Runs Texas Tech Ragged, FloRugby, Baylor was too quick, too mobile, and Texas Tech too error-prone in this Red River clash.