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Friday DBR: The Sports Seasons Are Here

At least, tennis is and we're hearing rumblings about track and field.

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Weekend Hoops


The Lady Bear road trip continues tomorrow with a trip to West Virginia. West Virginia has been consistently strong as a women's basketball program since their move to the Big 12, and a win in Morgantown won't come easily. The game is at 2 p.m. and will unfortunately be televised on ROOT Sports Pittsburgh, a channel that I've never heard of.


They're headed to Fort Worth ISD Gym to take on the improved Horned Frogs. The Bears have started off conference play 0-2, but fret not; Oklahoma and Kansas are two of the best programs in the country right now and we really should have beaten Kansas. TCU is better than they were last year, but should be easy pickings for the rest of the conference.

If you're anywhere near the Metroplex and aren't kept home for a good reason, head on up to this one. The game will be on ESPNU at 3 p.m.

Bromell Named to Bowerman Watch List

You've heard of Trayvon Bromell. That's because he's the reigning junior world record holder in the 100m. This is the first time he's made the DBR since last season, but it's well-deserved. This is a guy who we'll probably see in the Olympics in 2016. If what he says is true, he's gearing up to do even bigger things this season.

Lenz Advances in Florida

Julian Lenz has had a tendency to drop out of major tournaments early to lower-ranked opponents for some reason. Hopefully he can make it to the finals of the USTA Florida Futures and get that monkey off his back.

The Daily Bear

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