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Thursday DBR: Seventeen

With the season just over two weeks away, we're starting to get a picture of what the 2014-2015 football team will look like on the field.

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Chad President Official

Chad President signed a financial aid agreement with Baylor University, which officializes his commitment to play for Baylor and allows coaches and athletic personnel to reference him by name on social media and in other official capacities.

The 4* QB from Temple was the first(?) commitment in the 2015 class and has been a steady and enthusiastic member of the class from the very beginning. He should play quarterback for Baylor, but is versatile enough to play receiver as well.

Note: If you're on twitter, give Craig Smoak a follow. His coverage of camp has been amazing so far.

Camp News

Position Battle: Left Guard

LaQuan McGowan and Blake Muir have been fighting for the LG spot since the spring, and a decision should be made in the next few practices. Right now, both seem to be producing quite well, making this particular particular question mark a very good one to have.

The decision will be made in 8-10 practices. We have a mountain and an Aussie. I like it.

Injuries Mounting

Corey Coleman and Jay Lee are still day-to-day with minor hamstring injuries, but will be 100% for SMU.

Secret: Waffles

This could be a great matchup to watch in the next few years.

Coach Kaz Hates Ice

Kaz Kazadi took part in the ALS Ice Challenge yesterday, linked in the tweet below. He hates ice. He also challenged the President of the United States. After the trauma Kaz experienced, I hope he gets his wish.

The Daily Bryce

Bryce Petty interviewed with Fellowship of Christian Athletes Magazine yesterday.

S/O to DarthBear

ODB commentator DarthBear recently kicked off a sports podcast with one of his friends, and he had me on as a guest for his Big 12 Preview episode last night. He and his co-host were a ton of fun and I look forward to the episode going up in the near future. Thanks for including ODB in your endeavors!