For the first time in Baylor history, ESPN College GameDay broadcasts live from Waco as the No. 6 Bears prepare to take on No. 9 Kansas State.
Sports media is dominated by ESPN. Its round-the-clock coverage on Sportscenter, paired with its engaging talk shows, such as “First Take” and “Pardon the Interruption,” constantly serves multitudes of sports fans around the world.
Though ESPN has always been my go-to channel when turning on the TV, lately it’s been disappointing.
Baylor could face NCAA sanctions after a three-year investigation revealed the men’s and women’s basketball programs made 738 impermissible text messages and 528 impermissible phone calls to recruits.
“They said it was the biggest pro day of all time at Baylor.”
March Madness. Get your pencils ready to fill out a bracket, or 17, read up Sports Illustrated and watch countless hours of Sportscenter to have a better chance of winning the pool … of Oreos … that you aren’t betting on.
It’s one thing to have a strong opinion on a certain issue. It’s another to sacrifice something to further that cause.
Hopefully students did not pick Monday to avoid Fountain Mall. Anyone who did missed something that may not happen again at Baylor for a long time.
Well done, Baylor Nation.
Despite the loss by men’s basketball to Kansas last week, the Ferrell Center sold out last Saturday for the game against now No. 2 Missouri.
College football’s regular season is coming to an end, and bowl projections are starting to surface.
In the first meeting of the two teams since the 2009 NIT semifinals, No. 11 Baylor (3-0) used a second-half push to surge past the San Diego State Aztecs (3-1) by a score of 77-67 Tuesday at the Ferrell Center.