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6.04.2013 Daily Bears Report: Football on TV, Paul Foster gives mo-ney

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The Big 12 released the first portion of this year's football schedule today, and three Baylor games are already slated for television, including Baylor's showdown with OU in November.

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Getting right to it today:

PAUL FOSTER DONATES THAT CASH MONEY, DOLLA DOLLA BILLZ Y'ALL -- I know I already put up an entirely separate post about this, but bear with me. This is important.

ROBBIE RHODES -- Baylor Rivals takes a great, free look at our next impact receiver, the highest-ranked recruit Briles has ever gotten.

THREE FOOTBALL GAMES ON THE 'TUBE -- Baylor's games against Wofford, Buffalo, and Oklahoma will be aired on the Fox Sports family of networks. I'm sure others will be, too, eventually.

2013 Baylor Football Schedule

Aug. 31 - Wofford, 6:30 p.m., FSN
Sept. 7 - Buffalo, 2:30 p.m., FSN
Sept. 21 - ULM (Family Weekend)
Oct. 5 - West Virginia
Oct. 12 - at Kansas St.
Oct. 19 - Iowa State (Homecoming)
Oct. 26 - at Kansas
Nov. 7 - Oklahoma, 6:30 p.m., FS1
Nov. 16 - vs. Texas Tech [Arlington, Texas]
Nov. 23 - at Oklahoma St.
Nov. 30 - at TCU
Dec. 7 - Texas

The rest of the Big 12 schedule is available here.

SEC MAD ABOUT THAT LHN -- Speaking of schedules, Ole Miss and Texas are slated to play on the LHN, which has seriously pissed off SEC fans coast-to-coast, since they'll now have to either buy the LHN or illegally stream it. Because we all know one thing SEC fans absolutely refuse to do is engage in any kind of impropriety.

PETTY MOST INDISPENSABLE -- David Ubben thinks junior QB Bryce Petty is the most indispensable player on Baylor's roster for 2013. I have a hard time disagreeing with him.

WES LUNT HEADING EAST, PROBABLY -- To either Louisville or Illinois. For my money, I hope he goes to Louisville, dominates, and makes Mike Gundy look like a fool.

BOB BOWLSBY DOIN' WORK FOR THE BIG 12 -- Great story from Andy Staples about the Big 12's newish chief and what he's doing to create a stronger conference. That's something I like to hear.

That's it for today.