The Baylor Bears resounding win over the Texas Longhorns is dampened by yet another, but perhaps the biggest, case of bad injury luck this season as Baylor loses Jonathan Tchamwa Tchatchoua to a gruesome knee injury. Brent and David start off by trying to relive the happy parts of the trouncing of the Longhorns and read the tea leafs for how Scott Drew tries to handle the loss of the versatile EJ. Lots of Bookmarks this week!
If Jonathan Tchamwa Tchatchoua is out for a long time, Baylor is going to have to figure out how to be successful without either Thamba or JTT on the floor.— Evan Miyakawa (@EvanMiya) February 12, 2022
Before today, the sample size for lineups deployed without them was really small. I'll update this tomorrow as well. pic.twitter.com/v2SMvtgDqg
Top freshman in the country according to the player ratings at https://t.co/cegyfz8ykZ:— Evan Miyakawa (@EvanMiya) February 16, 2022
1 Chet Holmgren
2 Paolo Banchero
3 Kennedy Chandler
4 TyTy Washington
5 Jeremy Sochan
6 Trevor Keels
7 AJ Griffin
8 Jabari Smith
9 Jalen Duren
10 Nolan Hickman pic.twitter.com/wDInMJGrCJ
in honor of Shaun White’s last olympic appearance… the greatest interview of all time pic.twitter.com/r9q5bI0j9e— big content guy (@bigcontentguy) February 11, 2022
Bears. Froggy Boys. Waco, Texas. Saturday at 11:00am on ESPN2.
Bears. Pokes. Stillwater, Oklahoma. Monday at 8:00pm on ESPN.
This week’s episode rounds out with a revisit to L-Word or F-Word.
Go Bears and Sic Em!
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