Track & Field
Baylor's Horton adds to jewelry box with 2nd gold medal of summer, BearsExtra, It’s been a golden summer for Kiana Horton.
- ALL THE TABLES ARE FULL: While a handful of players are limited by injuries, there is more depth at the linebacker positions this year. "We're starting to bring along a lot of the younger guys, they're starting to step up and learn the defense," said junior linebacker Jordan Williams. "When they're ready, they'll be able to come out there. We have a lot of depth in the room now. It's so much that all the tables are filled. We have the depth, we just have to buy in."
- YES, SIR: Last year, in no uncertain terms, linebackers coach Mike Siravo told freshman Jalen Pitre he needed to go back to high school. But now? "I love coaching Jalen. He's one of the toughest-minded kids in the room. He just takes the coaching, no matter how it comes at him. When he says, 'yes, sir,' he really means it. He listens and responds and is just a tough, tough-minded kid," Siravo said.
- I'LL PASS: After being the team's primary long snapper for punts the last two seasons, redshirt junior Ross Matiscik is trying to double as a linebacker and taking a crash course in learning Phil Snow's defense. That's why he chose to practice instead of walk in Saturday's graduation ceremony after finishing his degree in supply chain management with the Hankamer School of Business. "I had been practicing linebacker for seven practices. Honestly, I just thought I needed to be here and get the extra reps. So, I decided to forego graduation and come here. I thought it was a bigger priority to be here with my teammates."
Baylor Football: Iron Sharpens Iron Under Center, CenTexProud, The Bears have their fair share of returners this season, in addition to new faces. Taking a look at their offense, Charlie Brewer returns under center, but he’s not the only gun...
Baylor Looking For Leaders of All Shapes and Sizes, CenTexProud, The Baylor Bears are having to replace some big-time leaders on the defensive side of the football this year, as three players wearing single-digit numbers are now gone from that defense.
UTSA rolls out “Operation Defend the Dome” for football home opener on Sept. 8 | UTSA Today | UTSA | The University of Texas at San Antonio, UTSA Athletics has launched “Operation Defend the Dome” for the football team’s home opener against Baylor on Saturday, Sept. 8, at the Alamodome to recognize and show appreciation to those who defend our country.
For every ticket purchased between Aug. 13 and Sept. 7, UTSA Athletics will donate the same number of tickets to San Antonio active-duty and veteran military members and their immediate family members.
Tickets for the Sept. 8 home game can be purchased through a variety of packages offered by UTSA Athletics, including season, group and single-game tickets and mini-plans. Tickets purchased through any of these packages prior to Sept. 7 will count toward the number of tickets matched by UTSA. No additional action is required from fans looking to support "Operation Defend the Dome.”
Lady Bears Basketball
‘WE’RE NOT SETTLING' - Jerry Hill, Baylor University, Coming off the best two-year run in program history, Baylor volleyball is entering unchartered waters as far as preseason expectations.
Cincinnati Bengals: Andrew Billings eager for big season, MyDaytonNews, Third-year defensive tackle finally feels healthy
Dallas Cowboys: Tight end Rico Gathers on final roster? | Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Dallas Cowboys tight end Rico Gathers will need to do more than make one-handed catches that only he can get to make the final roster. The former Baylor basketball player needs to improve as a blocker.
Dallas Cowboys: Watch Cowboys TE Rico Gathers make one-handed catch in Sunday's training camp practice: 'That's my style right there' | SportsDay, OXNARD, Calif. -- Tight end Rico Gathers made his best catch of training camp Sunday evening in team drills, but he said that alone won't be enough...
At Baylor, a Sexual Assault Exhibit Opens the Door to Constructive Conversations, TexasMonthly, The campus chapter of It’s On Us brought awareness to its community by displaying the clothing that survivors were wearing when assaulted.
BU rapist remained enrolled after he was kicked off football team, arrested, kwtx, Convicted rapist and former Baylor player Tevin Elliott was allowed to roam the campus for 25 days after he was suspended from football indefinitely, according to documents obtained exclusively by KWTX.