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Friday DBR: The Horses are Back

Equestrian is still doing things, plus tennis and basketball.

No. 1 Equestrian Defends Ranking

Baylor looks pretty much untouchable in Equestrian this year, which is a really fun sport to be able to claim your school is good at. Oh, you beat us in basketball? Let's see how your measly basketball players react when a well-trained horse is charging at them.

Men's Tennis Shuts Out ULL

Men's Tennis put up their third shutout in less than a week by not losing a single set to visiting Louisiana-Lafayette. There's really not much else to say about it; no drama, no theatrics, just winning.

Huge Weekend for No. 6 Women's Tennis

Four opponents come to Waco this weekend, and Baylor is going to play all of them. It begins today with Pitt at 3 p.m. and UT-Pan American at 7 p.m. There's a break on Saturday, but two more matches on Sunday: No. 25 Tulsa at 1 p.m. and Incarnate Word at 6 p.m. Ian must be friends with Incarnate Word's athletic director, because they're popping up across all the smaller sports as well as football.

MBB/WBB at Home Tomorrow

Men's Basketball hosts Texas tomorrow at 5 p.m. CST on ESPN2. Texas has been wildly up and down this season, looking like world beaters and an NIT team, sometimes in the same week. They're very talented and I'm sure PocketChange will have more insight than me tomorrow. Home games against good teams are an excellent opportunity in the Big 12, and Baylor has been very good at home so far this season. A win here would go a long way to make up for this week's ugly loss to Oklahoma State. Please rebound Kenny, and by rebound I mean find your groove on offense, not actual rebounding.

Women's basketball hosts Kansas, whom they beat by eight points on January 17 in Lawrence.

So yeah, there's the future of this program. Two All-American posts who are probably taller than you, and definitely better at basketball than you.

The Daily Bear

"When you and the squad watch Rico go all in for that rebound."