It took two overtime periods to settle the score between the No. 7 Bears and the No. 19 Horned Frogs. After Trevone Boykin scrambled to find KaVontae Turpin in the back of the endzone, Devin Chafin was stopped on fourth and one on the Bears subsequent possession and Amon G. Carter's field was covered in purple.
Many expected a contest featuring two of the highest-scoring offenses in the nation to put up big numbers on the scoreboard. That has not been the case in the first half at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, as the score is tied at 14-14 between the No. 7 Baylor Bears and the No. 19 TCU Horned Frogs.
Today, the Art Center of Waco will open a new exhibit featuring the work of two Baylor lecturers. The nature art show displays the drawings of Greg Lewallen, art lecturer, and the environmental photographs of Curtis Callaway, senior lecturer of journalism, public relations and new media.
Retrospectives typically look back on an entire career, gathering together the works that embody and encompass an artist's career. The exhibit opening this week in the Martin Museum does the opposite, looking forward on three young Baylor artists' careers.