If you don't like 11 AM games, I have bad news (which is already on the front page, in case you haven't seen it):
Baylor vs. Texas season finale will be an 11AM kickoff on ABC or ESPN.— Craig Smoak (@CraigSmoak) November 9, 2015
As happy as I am that we will actually be playing that weekend (TCU won't, by contrast), that marks our fourth 11 AM game out of twelve in the regular season. For a team that has been in or near the Top 5 for the entire year. Whatever.
Immediately preceding that news, was this:
Nov. 21 Big 12 kickoff times: pic.twitter.com/pfgmhb52Q0— Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) November 9, 2015
So our game against OSU could be on any of four channels at any of four times. My elementary school math tells me there's 16 possible channel/time lineups for a game that is being played in less than two weeks.
Other Twitter Stuff:
Unlike weeks past, there wasn't that much to report from the Big 12 conference call this morning. At least nothing insightful and/or inflammatory, anyway. Briles likes having College GameDay for obvious reasons, including what it does for Waco and his team's perception:
Art Briles says ESPN GameDay coming Saturday is a good deal for Baylor, Waco and state of Texas.— John Werner (@JohnWernerTrib) November 9, 2015
Speaking of perception, he also said this:
Briles says it's a 10 to 12-year process to change people's image and perception of a football program.— John Werner (@JohnWernerTrib) November 9, 2015
Which is interesting.
As always, the respective Twitter feeds of the two schools, starting with OU:
Also, in case it heads down the page somewhat in the widget above, hit up the Briles presser at 1 PM Central.
Watch @CoachArtBriles' #SicOU press conference live at 1 p.m. CT: https://t.co/a48WpNf1rE. pic.twitter.com/cEDbG3pJHL— Baylor Football (@BUFootball) November 9, 2015