Computers Like #Noles
Well, if computers ran the world, you and I would be spending all day computing pi and singing Daisy Bell to please the mechanical overlords.
Orion Stewart's swinging arms will not be tamed.
Briles on Cannon: I thought he was as natural a player as I'd ever seen as a HS WR. I didn't understand until this spring how fast he was.— Craig Smoak (@CraigSmoak) August 14, 2014
Briles on Cannon: He's been really good, really dynamic. Attacks the ball well. He's got a great mentality. Wants to learn and get better.— Craig Smoak (@CraigSmoak) August 14, 2014
Jefferson Healing Quickly (According to Him)
Knee feels 10x better— Johnny jefferson (@johnnyjeff05) August 15, 2014
I'm not one to read into what players say about their own injuries, but I'm glad he's feeling better. Jefferson was only set to be out 7-10 days originally, and the faster he's comfortable, the better.
Forbes: Baylor "one of the greatest organizational turnarounds in sports".
The post really puts into perspective how far Baylor has come in just over a decade, shaking traumatic events and stigmas that would completely destroy many programs. If I have a criticism, it's that hardly any credit is given to Scott Drew for possibly the most impressive single rebuilding job in the recent history of American sports.
T&F Stadium Coming Together
State of Baylor Nation
With new $260M stadium ready, Baylor looking to stay a 'serious national program' http://t.co/xCwh1wGAmA— Chuck Carlton (@ChuckCarltonDMN) August 15, 2014
Yeah. Serious national program. That must be tough for a lot of folks to swallow.
It feels to me like the online/Twitter presence of Baylor fans is growing. I consider that a very, very positive thing.— OurDailyBears (@OurDailyBears) August 14, 2014
Pretty much. It seems like there are nearly twice as many Baylor-friendly users on Twitter as there were a year ago. Some are bandwagoners, and some are previous users who have begun to express their Baylor affiliation.