Finally, we get to the position on the defense manned by Ahmad Dixon, the man who, when questioned about Baylor's ability to win the Big 12 this season, so famously replied with a question of his own about God's ability to save a hooker. This has be
Led by a solid group of seniors, cornerback is another position where Baylor fans rightfully and reasonably expect improvement going into 2013. What happens when those seniors leave, is anyone's guess.
So we finally get to it-- Sam Holl's position. After a switch in the offseason designed to put both players into spots better-suited for their talents, Holl takes over for Ahmad Dixon as the "Bear" in Baylor's defense.
The defensive side of the ball beckons as we start a new week in the position previews. My hope is to finish everything up this week, and we start today with the defensive tackles, led by our two starting sophomores.
After starting off with two consecutive positions where things are mostly settled, we now head outside to the wide receivers. For the purpose of this preview, I'm going to treat IRs and WRs under the broader heading.
Unarguably the strength of the Baylor offense at the start of the season, Baylor's two returning starting running backs look primed to carry a huge load going into 2013. Behind them, young backs are hungry.
Over the next couple of weeks, I hope to tackle each of the major position groups on Baylor's 2013 Depth Chart, giving fans a closer look at where things are and how position battles may be working out. We start today with QB.