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Saturday DBR: Tucking and Trucking

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Baylor Football came away from another scrimmage in McLane Stadium with no injuries, and Baylor Soccer kicked off the athletic year right with a victory over Rice.

McLane Stadium Scrimmage 2

Baylor held a brief 40-minute scrimmage yesterday evening in McLane Stadium. The Bears came away with no injuries. and several young and/or unknown players got to show what they're made of, including several walk-ons and third-stringers.

Some notes after a glance at the final stats:

  • Don't take anything from modest rushing numbers. Plays are typically blown dead almost immediately in scrimmages to keep backs from getting banged up.
  • Tre'von Armstead caught 2 passes for 27 yards. He probably caused an earthquake. Make of that what you will.
  • CB Tyler Jaynes and S Jarrod Koym both contributed. I assume the two are new walk-ons, since they have no biography posted on the official Baylor site. Jaynes had a pass breakup and Koym, listed as a safety, caught a touchdown from Chris Johnson.
  • Grant Campbell was the leading tackler of the night with seven tackles.
  • The defense recorded four pass breakups, two of which belonged to Terrell Burt.
  • Kendall Ehrlich had one tackle for loss. Andrew Billings and Beau Blackshear combined for another.
  • Supposedly Ishmael Zamora pulled in a touchdown, but it went unrecorded in the official stats.
  • Bryce Petty says everything is better when Antwan Goodley gets the ball so he can "tuck and truck".

^^^Beautiful pictures.^^^


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Soccer: Baylor 1-0 Rice

Baylor won their season opener against Rice in overtime. After 90 scoreless minutes and part of an overtime period, forward Bri Campos fired a left-footed shot through a host of other players into the goal.

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