Re-Opening the Wound ...
After every Baylor game I do a deep-dive rewatch, sometimes charting drives ...
But usually not the whole game, because it takes a very long time. If I’m not charting, I usually still will watch every play several times on slow speed to get a gist of what’s going on and who is being successful or not.
I usually just do this by myself, so I figured why not get some interaction and give y’all an insight to what’s going on here. I started a twitch page where I will be doing these from now on, so make sure to keep an eye out for those and come participate in the future. Even if you can’t make it in real time, the videos will be saved on the page and you can watch at your convenience. I had 30 minutes yesterday, so we rewatched the first few drives of the second half against West Virginia, before our robot vacuum abruptly unplugged my PC:
(If the embed isn’t working for you, you can watch the video at this link: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/771179486?t=0h0m55s).
The story of those drives was much the same as the rest of the game: Baylor’s offensive line whiffing on blocks, Brewer’s arm limiting what they can do as a whole, and Baylor’s defense holding the fort led by a terrific performance by Jalen Pitre.
Since we still have another week before Baylor (hopefully) plays, I’ll be doing more of this West Virginia game in the meantime since we are all starved for football.