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9.30.2014 Lunchtime Daily Bears Report: Injuries Heal, Time Passes, Longhorns Talk

So, yesterday was quite a day, wasn't it?

David Purdy

I don't know if you guys noticed it being somewhat on the outside, but yesterday was one of the highest posting volume days in ODB history in terms of articles.  Just so you don't miss anything, here's everything that went up yesterday in chronological order, and that's without the DBR I was supposed to write and didn't.  Sorry.

Big 12 Power Rankings: Week 5
Baylor Rolls Through Iowa State ... In Gifs!
Meet the Press: Texas Longhorns
Results - Baylor vs. Iowa State - Predict the Score
Baylor vs. Texas - Predict the Score
Baylor Football Commits Recap 9/29
First Look: Texas Longhorns

That commit recap series is something I've wanted to do for a long time, so I'm glad to see that it was so well-received.  Also, thank you for the warm welcome to Carter, who I think is going to do a great job.

Other than the above, a lot went down yesterday, starting with a couple of Texas players running their mouths:

Longhorns player: 'They're still Baylor ... we're still Texas' -
"Just because they started playing better, that's good for them."

Texas players’ comments escalate rivalry with Baylor - Baylor Bears Football
The verbal shots from the Texas Longhorns started coming Monday morning from Austin, and quickly grabbed the attention of the Baylor players.

Our players steadfastly refused to return fire, but several past Bears did so on Twitter:


Other neutral observers were equally unimpressed:

The other big news of the day is that Baylor is finally healthy once again!

Baylor football getting healthy on offense in preparation for Texas |
As if playing Baylor wasn't scary already, the No. 7 Bears are getting healthy now.

No. 7 Baylor getting receiver Levi Norwood back | College Football
WACO, Texas (AP) — Seventh-ranked Baylor is getting another talented receiver back from injury.

I talked about that a bit in last night's First Look.


Justice Don Willett of the Texas Supreme Court Lights Up Twitter -
In a state where members of the Supreme Court are elected, one justice uses Twitter, and often, to connect to his constituents.

Finally, a few tweets: