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Thursday DBR: Too Many Sports

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There are so many sports in season right now, and it makes posts like these a joy.

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Volleyball Falls to Texas in Four Sets

Despite losing, Baylor played arguably their best match of the season, winning the first set against Texas and keeping it close in the subsequent three.

If this improvement continues, next season should be a special one, especially considering the historically high quality of the 2015 recruiting class.

Basketball vs. Prairie View A&M Tomorrow Night

Baylor Basketball takes on Prairie View A&M in the Ferrell Center tomorrow evening at 6 p.m. I wouldn't be shocked if the alternate black uniforms made an appearance, given the team's blacked out social media profiles.

Baylor's next real game of interest is in Waco at 7 p.m. on Monday, when Baylor plays SFA. The Lumberjacks were a tournament team last year that beat Virginia Commonwealth after a rare four-point play.

Baseball Signs 2015 Class

I know more about jai alai than I know about baseball, so I'm not even going to try to analyze this.

2015 Football Schedule, Etc.

Take a look at the gauntlet Seth Russell and Co. get to run next fall:

That seems backloaded. At least we're not Iowa State, who has no conference bye weeks.

Petty Named Camp Award Semifinalist

Baylor A Statistical Beast

All of this makes it even more tragic if we win out and get left out of the playoff to a team that has a lesser best win and a worse worst loss while playing in a less competitive conference.