This one could, once again, be for all the marbles. Just like last year.
With freshmen, you just never know. Even when they’re practically dripping with talent, that doesn’t mean that they’re just going to naturally transition to college athletics without a hiccup.
CRAWFORD — When the annual “Pink Out” game rolls around each year in Crawford, it means more to the Lady Pirates than just being able to wear pretty rose-colored shirts and wristbands.
Several days before Baylor’s season opener against Liberty, Matt Rhule surprised sophomore wide receiver Blake Lynch with an out-of-left-field request.
Timarcus Davis didn’t really expect that he would play immediately when he signed at Baylor. The true freshman cornerback out of College Station missed his senior season of high school football as he rehabilitated a knee injury, and he figured he would spend a year in that familiar college football waiting room reserved for redshirts.
Denzel Mims was a four-sport athlete at Daingerfield High School, and most of the skills that made him exceptional were on full display in his breakout performance for Baylor last weekend against Oklahoma.