So the biggest news of today's game with respect to the Twitterverse has to be LaQuan McGowan's TD catch, for obvious reasons. Rather than separate it out from everything else, as I've done for a few things in the past, we'll keep it in the flow of the game.
LET'S GET STARTED!
if you suffer from seasonal depression, try one of those UV light boxes or turn on baylor-kansas— Jon Bois (@jon_bois) October 10, 2015
Did this mean Jon was going to watch the game?
Corey Coleman is going to CRUSH Kendall Wright's single-season TD record. 12 down, 2 to go.— Craig Smoak (@CraigSmoak) October 10, 2015
Corey would go ahead and get #13 on the day, as well.
Corey Coleman now has 12 TDs through 4+ games. That's t3rd in BU single-season history with T. Williams (2012). pic.twitter.com/qsh93KCbeo— Baylor Football (@BUFootball) October 10, 2015
baylor just ran 11 plays in 3:46 of real-world time. that’s a snap every 20 seconds— Jon Bois (@jon_bois) October 10, 2015
Yes, it did!
If you smell what The Shock is cookin'.... #PeoplesChamp— Craig Smoak (@CraigSmoak) October 10, 2015
One of my Tweets of the Day, for sure.
And then ... it happened.
It finally happened. LaQuan TD. Baylor leads 38-7 with 2Q left in 11:41. pic.twitter.com/9y7IlJGyfW— Baylor Football (@BUFootball) October 10, 2015
Whoever was running the @BUFootball account had their tweet game on fleek this afternoon.
Condolences to Michael Glatczak, the Kansas safety who was asked to tackle LaQuan McGowan.— Max Olson (@max_olson) October 10, 2015
just beautiful pic.twitter.com/fYPpRoVIFH— nick pants (@nick_pants) October 10, 2015
Laquan McGowan has to make little CHOO-CHOO noises when he runs with the ball. He must.— JOEY FRESHWATER (@edsbs) October 10, 2015
39 saw his life flash before his eyes on this one. https://t.co/Y24krEb9fe— OurDailyBears (@OurDailyBears) October 10, 2015
What an amazing sequence of events. And then things got worse for Kansas.
Baylor still on pace for— SB✯Nation CFB (@SBNationCFB) October 10, 2015
Baylor has as many touchdowns as Kansas has first downs.— Paul Myerberg (@PaulMyerberg) October 10, 2015
When you weigh 410 lbs you naturally go to Baylor as an O-Lineman & get moved to TE like our guy LaQuan McGowan & score TDs #SicEmBears— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) October 10, 2015
In reality, we definitely did. Baylor pulled all of its offensive starters at halftime, and the defensive starters shortly after that. Because of that, there's not a lot of great tweets from the second half.
I love how people want to downgrade @BUFootball for DESTROYING teams and then say "Ohio State wins they should be #1"— Joel Klatt (@joelklatt) October 10, 2015
This should have had the Kermit the Frog meme on it.
"What are you doing after the game, Tim?" "Probably going fisheing. Maybe take a dipe in the pool. Have some chycken later."— OurDailyBears (@OurDailyBears) October 10, 2015
This was in reference to Tim Brando butchering Jarrett Stidham's name two different ways. First, he was "Steedham." Then, he was "Stide-um." It wasn't until 2:30 left in the fourth quarter that Brando finally got it right. To his credit, though, he apologized on the air and then directly to Stidham on Twitter.
Baylor has scored 321 points over its 1st 5 games, most by any school since major classification began in 1937. @EliasSports— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 10, 2015
McGowan: "I told myself if he stays up high, I'd run over him, but if he went low, I'd hurdle him." pic.twitter.com/8OsCQqmWLR— Joshua Davis (@jdavis_second) October 10, 2015
Awesome win for Texas and Strong. Pushed OU all over field. My one main takeaway-- the gulf between Baylor/TCU and OU/TX is shockingly huge.— Corby Davidson (@corbydavidson) October 10, 2015
Baylor gave up 69 rushing yards on 39 attempts today for 1.8 yards per carry. That's #nice run defense, for sure.— OurDailyBears (@OurDailyBears) October 10, 2015
And finally ...