Baylor vs. KSU set for national broadcast, 2:30 PM


Hating on Baylor


Must read...lumping Baylor in without thinking: "Perhaps the most egregious offender is 20th-ranked Baylor. The Bears ought to be ashamed of themselves."

Great Website for College Football Stats


If you viewed this site, you'd know that Baylor is #2 nationally for scoring defense and that Shawn Oakman is 2nd in the country in Tackles for Loss per game among those who have played a minimum of three games this season. There's a wealth of great stuff there!

Chrome Gold Helmets vs. West Virginia?


I'd bet almost anything on it. I've been saying for a while that you'll see chrome gold, black, and black. Boom!

UT Game Tarp Tickets


On the Baylor Bears Athletics website, hover over the UT game and you will see this joyous tidbit. Burn the Tarp!

3D Seat Views from Baylor Stadium


Whatever words to describe how awesome this is only exist in archaic High German.

Chuck Carlton at uses "Bears" and "BCS title game" in the same sentence


Four weeks into the college football season, the Big 12 has four undefeated teams and one clear favorite — Baylor.

Yes, Texas Tech is intriguing under Kliff Kingsbury, Oklahoma looks to have found a defense and quarterback, and Oklahoma State deserves its No. 11 ranking and gets Baylor at home.

That said, No. 19 Baylor now looks like the Big 12’s best chance to return to the BCS title game. At 3-0, the Bears lead the Bowl Subdivision in scoring (69.7), total offense (751.3 yards per game) and passing efficiency.

Bill Connelly gives the Bears an A for effort.


4.0 average No. 8 Florida State (vs. 2.0 competition) No. 13 UCLA (vs. 2.0) No. 6 LSU (vs. 1.8) No. 2 Oregon (vs. 1.7) No. 19 Baylor (vs. 1.3) Forget your preconceptions for a moment; these five teams have looked the most consistently great so far this year. Granted, almost none of them have played anybody, but as I like to say, you can only pass the tests you've been given. The tests will get tougher for all involved soon enough.

And we're ranked 19th?


Remember when these numbers were considerably larger?