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BAYLOR FOOTBALL COMIN' AT YA AGAIN TODAY!

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4/4 BAYLOR (1–0) vs. Lamar (1–0)
Sept. 12, 2015 | 6:30 p.m. CT
Waco, Texas | McLane Stadium (45,140)

TV: FSN
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OPPONENT: Lamar Cardinals
ODB GAME HUB: Baylor Bears vs. Lamar Cardinals 2015
MEET THE PRESS: Baylor vs. Lamar
FIRST LOOK: Baylor vs. Lamar
ROLL CALL: w/ TV Listings, Radio, and Watch Party Info
PREDICTION THREAD:
Humongahuge leads
SB NATION BLOG:
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SPREAD: No Lines Listed
TV COVERAGE:
6:30p.m. FSN
WEATHER FORECAST: Mainly sunny. High 88F. Winds NNE at 10 to 20 mph. (Wunderground puts temp at 85° at gametime)

Waco Weather 9/12

BAYLOR UNIFORMS: THE GREEN PICKLE

The Big News

For the second time in two weeks, Baylor announced suspensions the night before the game.  This time, however, it wasn't players being forced to sit out; it's coaches.  If you haven't seen the news, Baylor OC Kendal Briles and WR coach Tate Wallis will not participate in today's game as a result of improper contact with recruits during the 2015 spring evaluation period.  That means they were talking to some recruit (or group of recruits) when they shouldn't, and they'll sit out today as a punishment.  From what I can tell, that's the standard punishment.

In case you were wondering, Baylor also announced that Jeff Lebby, RB coach and Passing Game Coordinator for the Bears, will step in and call the plays.  Considering it's his first time to do so, we know almost nothing about his tendencies.  That's slightly less than we know about KB's, if we're being honest.

In all likelihood, these suspensions won't matter much, if at all, to the outcome of the game.  Our play-calling is a collaborative effort by and among a number of coaches, all of whom are in constant contact on the sideline.  That's not going to change.

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MORE GENERAL LINKS ABOUT THE WORLD OF CFB

College football TV/streaming schedule guide, Week 2: Oregon-Michigan State and ... uh ... - SBNation.com
Oregon-Michigan State! Oklahoma-Tennessee! Other games, surely!

COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAMBLING: Oklahoma wins at Tennessee and 27 other Week 2 bets - SBNation.com
This weekend isn't loaded with big games, but it is full of opportunities to catch the public overreacting to random bounces of the ball in Week 1.

Oregon vs. Michigan State projects as a dead-even thriller. What else do we know? - SBNation.com
Be they from offense, defense, or special teams, Michigan State and Oregon are going to produce plenty of big plays on Saturday night in East Lansing.

Vols will be SEC contenders in 2016. Oklahoma will test whether that includes 2015, too - SBNation.com
Saturday (6 p.m. ET, ESPN), a big non-conference game will tell us a lot about how far Butch Jones' Volunteers still have to go.

'WHAT ARE THOSE' and Michigan State's best Week 2 'College GameDay' signs - SBNation.com
No, seriously, what are those?

Big 12 viewer's guide: Week 2
Below is a preview of Week 2 in the Big 12 (all times Eastern):

NOW JUST BAYLOR STUFF

How the Bears match up vs. Lamar - WacoTrib.com: Baylor Bears Football
Baylor offense vs. Lamar defense

Big 12 rule change sidelines LU's marching band - Beaumont Enterprise
The news broke this week when Texas Tech announced the University of Texas is charging members of the Red Raider Goin' Band $100 each for seats to the Thanksgiving Day football game on Nov. 26. If the visitors' band doesn't accompany the team, Lamar simply puts the reserved seats up for regular ticket sales. Because of the sticker shock for band members' tickets at Baylor, Sattler said, "We decided not to take the band."

Bears won’t overlook FCS squad Lamar in home opener - WacoTrib.com: Baylor Bears Football
The last time Baylor played Lamar in the 1981 season opener, the Cardinals pulled off an 18-17 stunner at Floyd Casey Stadium.

Baylor Bears suspend two coaches, including Art Briles' son, one game for recruiting violation
Baylor has suspended offensive coordinator Kendal Briles -- son of coach Art Briles -- and receivers coach Tate Wallis one game for an NCAA recruiting violation.

Jay’s big plays: After 3-TD game, is this veteran Lee’s breakout year? - WacoTrib.com: Baylor Bears Football
Jay Lee wears an ever present smile on his face and has a friendly word for everybody.

Drive Through: Seth Russell looks to improve against Lamar - Big 12 Blog - ESPN
Ted Miller and Prim Siripipat look the areas of Seth Russell¹s game that Baylor can work on against Lamar.

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SIC 'EM, BEARS!!!