Baylor's dynamic pair of wide receivers Antwan Goodley and Tevin Reese have 1,500+ yards and 14 touchdowns between them, but they're still striving for more. Their speed and talent give quarterback Bryce Petty an always-dangerous deep option, and though both are listed at 5'10", their different skillsets compliment one another.
Did you know that in the first half Baylor averages a play every 16.2 seconds? and other fun facts from the ESPN Big 12 Blog.
Scott Drew and his father, former Valparasio head coach Homer Drew, spoke at yesterday's Tip-Off Luncheon about their relationship, Homer's coaching experience, and what drew Scott to Baylor in the aftermath of the events of 2003.
Soccer will attempt to close regular season home play on a high note as they face Oklahoma State tonight at 7 p.m. The Bears have been winless since Sept. 27, and look to change that against a similarly struggling Oklahoma State squad.
Baylor Athletics is second in the Big 12 in graduation rates, trailing TCU by only two percentage points. The Bears have a composite Graduation Success Rate score of 86, and league-leading GSRs in five sports: men's golf (100), women's golf (100), women's tennis (100), volleyball (100) and baseball (90).
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Baylor is a real great school.— Bat Mansen (@StoneRanger) October 25, 2013
By the way, good luck to those High-scorin' sixth-ranked Fightin' Baylor Bears at Kansas. Who would have thunk it? Not me, certainly.— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) October 25, 2013
RT @Jimmy_Burch: Can a 3rd consecutive Texan win the 2013 Heisman? If so, Petty or Manziel? The debate here: http://t.co/ks1ugWkjUQ— Baylor Football (@BUFootball) October 24, 2013
Baylor has the best 6-game start in the FBS in the last 10 seasons in terms of PPG, total offense, TD, rush TD and point differential— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 24, 2013