At the start of the 2014 season, Baylor head coach Art Briles casted a vision for his team. Briles made it clear that Baylor football is gunning for a repeat of winning the Big 12 Conference title, no excuses.
The most monumental development for Baylor football in recent years has been the addition of the $266 million McLane Stadium.
Baylor might have been just on the outside looking in at the playoff chase, but the Bears still have an opportunity to make waves with a bowl game in the 2015 Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic against No. 8 Michigan State on New Years Day.
The Cotton Bowl is one of the most storied bowl games in all of college football. Since its inaugural year in 1937, the Cotton Bowl has featured some of college football’s greatest teams and games of all-time, but took years for it to develop into the prestigious bowl it now has become.
When No. 6 Baylor football stepped into its brand new riverside stadium for its first season game on Aug. 31, the team had a lot to live up to. As defending Big 12 champions, the Bears were expected to do it again.
Senior quarterback Bryce Petty watched on the sidelines and saw teammate and Heisman trophy winner Robert Griffin III go down in the team’s shootout against Texas Tech on Nov. 26, 2011. Griffin had suffered a concussion and would not return to the game.
No. 5 Baylor football provided fans with a memorable game day experience on Saturday at McLane Stadium. ESPN’S College GameDay built by Home Depot made an appearance in Waco in its final show of the regular season.
One of the nation’s most explosive offenses faced trials and tribulations in 2014, but successfully defended its Big 12 title and lived up to the “Nation’s Top Offense” title given to it by popular opinion.
By Cody Soto Sports Writer No. 6 Baylor football made history for the second year in a row as it captured another Big 12 conference championship Saturday night with a 38-27 win over No. 9 Kansas State with a record crowd at McLane Stadium. “This is a tremendous accomplishment by
By Cody Soto Sports Writer No. 6 Baylor football leads No. 9 Kansas State 24-14 at halftime at McLane Stadium in the Bears’ second-straight de facto Big 12 championship game. Senior quarterback Bryce Petty was 24-for-30 for 257 yards and ran in for a touchdown in the half. Eight Baylor