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Tweets of the Day: Baylor Summits West Virginia 62-38

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It was a good day.

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Once it became clear how today's game was going to go, I started my usual practice of collecting the best Twitter had to offer.  It was a lengthy process considering how good Baylor looked and how much fun people have watching our games.

Of all the tweets, this was my personal favorite:

That's SB Nation's esteemed Editorial Director, Spencer Hall.

Now on to the rest, starting, as always, at the beginning:

Look good, play good, right?

OH, WE'RE JUST GETTING STARTED, SPENCER.

As I noted, this was actually quite a contentious idea at the time it first came up. Big-money boosters wondered why they weren't getting those seats, Big 12 foes objected to having our fans arrayed behind them, and it wasn't a sure thing. I'm glad it worked out, though.

See, another reason to love Shock Linwood. He doesn't have to jump up in there and take on the LB, but he did. Because Shock is all about the team.

This may actually be a good way to tell. They're the canaries in our Baylor hype-driven coal mine.

That's deep, Tepper.

This is a really good way of putting it. Poetry in motion.

This tweet followed the first TD to Jay Lee, which, it should be noted, was an absolutely gorgeous pass.

Sounds like a really good receiver.

Indeed, they did!

You don't have to go home, but you have to get the heck out of here!

I ... honestly don't know exactly what this means.

This, either.

I didn't include any of the previous tweets about Andrew Billings' injury and subsequent miraculous return because they were depressing. This was not depressing. Heretical/blasphemous? Possibly. But not depressing.

La'Raven Clark may have a bit to say about that, but if LaQuan can get another somewhere along the line, he'll be in the thick of it. The really thick of it.

Yes.

Sounds like something he'd do.

Corey Coleman juked those dudes' souls into the same dimension where General Zod was trapped by Superman. Sorry, guys.

Hopefully, it will continue to be viewed that way going forward.

I briefly tried to rewrite the "Tears in Rain" monologue from Blade Runner to fit Corey Coleman's impact on opposing secondaries, but I lost it.  I never really had it.  Kinda like the corners that tried to cover Coleman, actually.

Seems good.

4 points away against SMU, too. And Iowa State coming to Waco in a week ...

A certain someone to the north of here would have tried to score there. Briles didn't need to.

T-C-V.

Consider it done, Holgo!

I remember that, too. Although I think that was a little more than 2 years ago.

Finishing off with ...

#SicEm