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2019 Baylor Football Opponent Quick-Hitter: Texas Tech

Photo by Matthew Visinsky/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Opponent: Texas Tech Nickname: The Red Raiders Kickoff: October 12th, TBD Location: McLane Stadium Conference: Big XII Head coach: Matt Wells Last year’s record: 5-7 Notable outcomes: Lost to Baylor 35-24; beat Oklahoma State 41-17; lost to Oklahoma 51-46 Key losses: Dakota Allen, LB; Antoine Wesley, WR;…

The Couldn’t Be Me 2019 Season Preview

The Hater’s Guide to What to Watch for This Season College football is right around the corner and that means it’s time for season previews. There are plenty of nerds who can tell you everything you (don’t actually) need to know about how good South McBooty State’s backup Tight End looked last year and how…

Big 12 Media Days Thread

Coaches and players will meet with members of the media on Monday and Tuesday of the upcoming week. The ‘Media Days’ will take place at Jerry World in Arlington, Texas. Joining Matt Rhule on Tuesday will be JaMycal Hasty, Clay Johnston, Denzel Mims, Sam Tecklenburg, and Marques Jones. Live coverage of the event will be…

Baylor Lands 2020 Linebacker Jalen Celestine

Another one! Baylor picked up a new member of the 2020 class with the commitment of Jalen Celestine, a linebacker from Louisiana. @evancooper2 @jkbtjc_53 @CoachMattRhule #SicEm pic.twitter.com/uJIBkxzhCS — Jalen Celestine (@CelestineJalen) July 10, 2019 Celestine continues Baylor’s trend of signing guys that performed well at camps. Matt Rhule and company believe they can identify and…

Baylor Lands 2020 Linebacker Jalen Celstine

Another one! Baylor picked up a new member of the 2020 class with the commitment of Jalen Celestine, a linebacker from Louisiana. @evancooper2 @jkbtjc_53 @CoachMattRhule #SicEm pic.twitter.com/uJIBkxzhCS — Jalen Celestine (@CelestineJalen) July 10, 2019 Celestine continues Baylor’s trend of signing guys that performed well at camps. Matt Rhule and company believe they can identify and…

A Win Total For 2019 that Spells Success

Nobody can deny that 2018 was a successful season for the Baylor football team. When it was all said and done the Bears had a six-win improvement, capped off by an exciting bowl game victory. Now, in year three of the Matt Rhule era, gauging success is more nuanced. But with change and uncertainty surrounding…