Goodley named Most Explosive Athlete in CFB by NFL
#Reality RT @NFL_CFB: 14 for '14: Most explosive athletes in college football. http://t.co/MYv7WZ26Cq #14CFBPreview pic.twitter.com/OGNNRNFTr9— Coach Art Briles (@CoachArtBriles) August 21, 2014
Bewm. Not surprising that a receiver who has the thighs of a nose tackle tops the list. Goodley is in good company and a great season will make his draft stock skyrocket.
Important #Electrolyte News
Monumental day for @BUFootball no more All Sport... Hello @Gatorade— Troy Baker (@T_Baker75) August 18, 2014
I have no idea if Gatorade is dramatically better than All Sport. I actually enjoy the stuff when they serve it in dining halls. Still, if the players are for it, so am I.
McLane Stadium Impresses the Suits
McCaw: CFB Playoff Exec. Director Bill Hancock visited McLane on Tuesday and was blown away. Cotton Bowl reps visited today. Same reaction.— Craig Smoak (@CraigSmoak) August 21, 2014
It's always a good thing when your school can wow the bowl reps. When you're the least-heralded power conference champion in recent history, impressing the guys calling the shots is doubly important.
Baylor Athletics News
Great shot w/ McLane Stadium in background. MT @youngsoccerfan: #ONEMOREDAY to start 2014-15 @BaylorFutbol at 7pmd pic.twitter.com/w8ekuETUgK— Heath Nielsen (@HeathNielsen) August 22, 2014
Baylor Soccer season kicks off today at 7 p.m. against Rice at Betty Lou Mays Field.
Ian McCaw all but confirms Nike switch for Baylor MBB. Says you can put two and two together w/ coaches hitting the road in Nike gear.— Craig Smoak (@CraigSmoak) August 21, 2014
I'm going to miss the highlighters...