Baylor football has signed a home-and-home series to play Pac-12 opponent Utah in the 2023 and 2024 seasons according to a release from Baylor athletics Wednesday afternoon.
The first day of spring brought cloudy skies and rain to the Waco area, but head coach Art Briles and the reigning two-time Big 12 champion Baylor football team didn’t let the weather bother them as the Bears played their spring scrimmage Friday night at McLane Stadium.
It was Jan. 8, 2014, one of the biggest days in the young life of Davion Hall. The sun was only just coming out, but the Hall family was already hard at work ensuring Davion was fully packed and ready for the next step in his journey.
Baylor football announced the eighth signing class in program history as the Bears signed 20 players to National Letters of Intent on National Signing Day on Wednesday.
It was a record-setting night for No. 10 Baylor football Saturday night against Northwestern State in a 70-6 blowout by the Bears.
Senior offensive tackle Troy Baker and senior quarterback Bryce Petty are just two of many Baylor players that witnessed the tide turn in Waco. They have seen Baylor’s status change from ‘mediocre Big 12 member’ turn into ‘national championship potential.
By Jeffrey Swindoll Sports Writer The attention and excitement surrounding Baylor football and McLane Stadium, both physically and figuratively is at fever pitch. The sheer physical majesty of McLane Stadium is hard to avoid without using unnecessary back roads and detours. The presence of Baylor football this time of year
Almost from the moment he arrived on campus in February of 2008, head coach Art Briles told the administration that he wanted a stadium. Baylor had not qualified for a bowl game since 1994 and finished winless in the Big 12 in 2007, but Briles thought a stadium would be necessary to take the next step toward becoming an elite football program.
For the first time in program history, the Bears showed up with the target on their back as defending Big 12 Champions. Despite the success, Baylor coach Art Briles has not budged an inch on his underdog mentality.
Baylor football announced Wednesday its high school Class of 2014 football signing class. Nineteen freshmen and four junior college transfers signed their National Letter of Intent to play at Baylor.