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December 13, 2017

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No. 6 Lady Bears ready for noon tip against McNeese State

Juicy Landrum said she was going to quote her coach. The sophomore guard has played well to start the season. Landrum is averaging s… Read more

Baylor defensive tackle James Lynch named ESPN Freshman All-American

Baylor standout defensive tackle and true freshman James Lynch was named an ESPN Freshman All-American. Read more

Byron Hanspard II commits to Baylor

DeSoto cornerback Byron Hanspard II verbally committed to Baylor on Monday night following his recent on-campus visit. Read more

Baylor women announce 2018 tennis slate

Baylor women's tennis announced its 2018 schedule Monday afternoon. The Lady Bears are slated to play 15 matches in Waco at Hurd Ten… Read more

John Werner: Mayfield needs to act like Heisman winner

Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield won the Heisman Trophy by a landslide, and everything he did on the field led to his decisive win. Read more

Short-handed Bears roll to 105-82 win over Randall

FORT HOOD — Down to six healthy scholarship players, Scott Drew could have easily had flashbacks to his first season at Baylor in 20… Read more

No. 23 Bears excited about trip to Fort Hood

Playing at Fort Hood for the third straight year, the Baylor men’s basketball players always look forward to the short trip to thank… Read more

Wallace directs traffic as Lady Bears zoom to another big win, 105-43

The importance of a good point guard is evident, even to the most casual of basketball fans. Read more

No. 23 Bears hammer Sam Houston State, 84-56

After losing a grueling Top 25 matchup to Wichita State, Baylor was anxious to step back on the court as quickly as possible. Read more

No. 8 Lady Bears grooving at right time

When asked what she learned about her team after No. 8 Baylor topped then-ranked No. 20 Kentucky and No. 16 Stanford by an average o… Read more

Lady Bears jump to No. 8 after wins, UConn still leaders of the pack

NEW YORK — UConn passed its first major test of the season to stay No. 1 in The Associated Press women’s basketball poll. Read more

Bears drop seven spots to No. 23, Duke still unanimous No. 1

Notre Dame won the Maui Invitational with an impressive comeback against Wichita State. Read more

Brown dominates as No. 9 Lady Bears thwart No. 16 Stanford

There wasn’t much Stanford could do. Read more

Brice Cherry: Wins over Stanford, Kentucky could have lasting benefits for Lady Bears

During the grind of a college basketball season, it helps to suffer from short-term memory loss. Read more

No. 16 Bears aim for turnaround against Bearkats

After losing the last two games to No. 21 Xavier and No. 8 Wichita State, the No. 16 Bears will play a stretch of five straight game… Read more