Normally, I do this in chronological order starting from the beginning of the game, watching the action after-the-fact through tweets. Today, in honor of Corey Coleman, the next President of the United States if our world was just, I'm going to start with just him.
Tweets about Corey Coleman:
Please, right now, tell me a wide receiver in college football better than Corey Coleman. He does not exist. Does not.— Shehan Jeyarajah (@ShehanJeyarajah) September 26, 2015
Corey Coleman though.— Baylor Football (@BUFootball) September 26, 2015
That boy nice Corey Coleman for heisman Baylor Nation— Quincy Acy (@QuincyAcy) September 26, 2015
REPORT: Hollywood plans remake of "Armageddon" where Corey Coleman catches the asteroid for a touchdown.— OurDailyBears (@OurDailyBears) September 26, 2015
What CAN'T Corey Coleman catch?! http://t.co/PgX6Rz8oWv— Big 12 Conference (@Big12Conference) September 26, 2015
I would say Corey Coleman is like a cheat code, but I've played games with cheat codes and not even been as good as him.— Shehan Jeyarajah (@ShehanJeyarajah) September 26, 2015
Corey Coleman now up to 8 TDs on the season, but I won't tell you all the teams that's more than.— OurDailyBears (@OurDailyBears) September 26, 2015
I've been watching Baylor games since 1960 and Corey Coleman is the best BU WR I've seen. And Baylor's had a lot of good ones.— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) September 26, 2015
Art Briles on Corey Coleman: "He's mean."— Ben Aguiñaga (@iambenaguinaga) September 26, 2015
This was at halftime. That's literally all he said.
Very generous of Corey Coleman to allow someone else to catch a TD in his end zone.— Craig Smoak (@CraigSmoak) September 26, 2015
Might be my Tweet of the Night, particularly since, as I said two weeks ago, I'm fairly certain Coleman is now the legal owner of McLane Stadium and simply allows Baylor to play there.
A fitting end to our Twitter Ode to Corey Coleman.
The Rest of the Game:
Baylor's offense is on cruise control. You know, like the cruise control you set when you're on the toll road around Austin. Like 90 mph.— Brice Cherry (@BriceCherry) September 26, 2015
Best half of the year for Baylor and it's not close. Big ST play to end it, aggressive D making plays, Russell/Coleman show. Good stuff.— Craig Smoak (@CraigSmoak) September 26, 2015
He was right, and that blocked FG at the end of the first half was just the icing on the cake.
Seth Russell's first half vs. Rice: 11-of-14 for 255 yds (23.2 per completion), five touchdowns. Efficiency rating: 349.4.— Matt Hinton (@MattRHinton) September 26, 2015
Baylor has 42 points and 444 total yards of offense. There is still a half of football left to play. pic.twitter.com/wMftJoWyaN— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) September 26, 2015
Seth Russell has started four games in his career. He has thrown a combined 21 TD passes in those games.— Shehan Jeyarajah (@ShehanJeyarajah) September 26, 2015
Also seems good.
Baylor brings in its backup QB ... the JARRICHO! pic.twitter.com/9rFKGU64Nj— OurDailyBears (@OurDailyBears) September 26, 2015
I'm pretty proud of this one.
Rice came into today allowing 9.4 yards per pass attempt, 120th in the nation. Today vs. Baylor: 15 yards per pass attempt. Woof, Owls.— Greg Tepper (@Tepper) September 26, 2015
Pretty interesting tweet, if you think about it.
Seth Russell: 12 completions - 277 yds, 6 TD Rice total offense: 66 plays - 246 yds, 2 TD— Craig Smoak (@CraigSmoak) September 26, 2015
And finally ...
Dear College FB Gods: Please make the TCU-Baylor game at the end of the season as exciting as TCU-Texas Tech. Thank you. Love, All of Us— Bonnie Bernstein (@BonnieBernstein) September 27, 2015
I don't know if the CFB world would withstand that, but we might find out.
Post anything I missed in the comments and have a good night, everyone!