For Baylor’s fifth-year seniors, the scenario seemed perfect: Open McLane Stadium with a Big 12 championship in 2014 and leave by sealing bowl eligibility against a fierce rival.
If Baylor really was stealing signals, the Bears need to take a remedial shoplifting course. They’ve got to get a lot better at thievery.
TCU’s 16-9 win at McLane Stadium was the Frogs’ fourth straight over Baylor. The Bears haven’t won since that epic, Bryce Petty-led comeback in 2014 that indeed produced a 61-58 final score.
The No. 11 Baylor soccer team is playing with such a swagger and confidence that it’s ready to take on any NCAA tournament team regardless of its history and tradition.
Some of the most intense, most entertaining athletic contests that unfolded at China Spring High School during the 2017-18 school year never saw their results reported on the agate page of the newspaper, and never were chronicled on MaxPreps.com.
People got a good glimpse of it when “Remember the Titans” came out. Coach Yoast’s daughter, Sheryl filled water cups at practice, grabbed players by the face mask to coach them up and endlessly paced in the bleachers emphatically questioning the referees’ calls.
The Big 12 Conference on Tuesday cleared Baylor University after a 21-month review that verified the school made proper improvements to its policies and responses surrounding sexual assault.
The quote is sometimes misattributed to Einstein, but scholars disagree on its origins. At any rate, it lingers as a familiar definition of lunacy: “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting different results.”