Baylor Has Touchdown Called Back, Then Restored, On Targeting Foul

The second offensive targeting ejection of the day came on a massive play for Baylor, locked into a tough fight in Morgantown. This call negated a Bears touchdown and resulted in the ejection of Baylor's Corey Coleman—but after video review, the hit was declared legal and the touchdown put back on the board. » 10/18/14 1:35pm 10/18/14 1:35pm

Baylor Beats TCU, With A Little Help From The Officials

A lengthy and mostly defense-free 61-58 battle between TCU and Baylor today ended with a Bears field goal that was set up by a pass interference call against the Horned Frogs. Was it a deserved flag? Maybe, but moments earlier TCU turned the ball over after a fourth-down play that ended in an awfully similar manner. » 10/11/14 8:51pm 10/11/14 8:51pm

Brittney Griner Says Baylor Wasn't A Good Place To Be Gay

Brittney Griner came out early in high school, but while being recruited, was concerned that her sexuality would be an issue at Baylor, a Baptist school. "Big Girl, I don't care what you are," Griner said her future coach Kim Mulkey told her. "You can be black, white, blue, purple, whatever. As long as you come here… » 4/15/14 3:38pm 4/15/14 3:38pm

​Why Baylor Is Porn For Football Nerds

In football, which operates on a tight cycle of coaching innovation and theft, it's rare to see enormous outliers. The college game is littered with coaches who found one legitimate schematic advantage, rode it for a year or two, watched it become the norm, and fell back to the pack once they could no longer… » 11/21/13 12:23pm 11/21/13 12:23pm

Adorable Kid Rushes The Court In The Middle Of A Game

This moment, from last night's Oklahoma-Baylor game, isn't quite as adorable as two dogs invading a soccer pitch, but it's still pretty goddamn cute. With about nine minutes left in the second half, one pint-sized Baylor fan decided that it would be a good idea to rush the court. We're not sure what the kid was… » 1/31/13 10:30am 1/31/13 10:30am

A Skeptic's Guide To The 2012 Heisman Trophy

Remember the lullaby afternoons of September, when we all figured we'd see a Heisman winner who merited the award? Maybe a Geno Smith, slinging the ball all over the yard, or even a Matt Barkley, who despite being named after Big Bird's dog had the right pedigree and weaponry (Robert Woods and Marquise Lee catching… » 12/08/12 10:45am 12/08/12 10:45am

Lache Seastrunk Puts Team On His Back, Scores 76-Yard TD Run Despite…

Baylor running back Lache Seastrunk has been a one-man Motorin' machine this season, and nothing demonstrates his tenacity and rushing ability more than this long touchdown run today against Oklahoma State, two-thirds of which appear to have been completed after Seastrunk injured his leg. (Darren Sharper did not make… » 12/01/12 3:42pm 12/01/12 3:42pm

Why Did Sports Illustrated Colorize Baylor's Black Uniforms? [UPDATE: SI

Today the Dallas Morning News photography blog noted something interesting about last week's issue of Sports Illustrated: in the "Leading Off" section, a photo from Baylor's upset win over Kansas State shows the Bears wearing green jerseys. Baylor's jerseys are, usually, green. But they wore black unis against… » 11/29/12 5:20pm 11/29/12 5:20pm