Let’s set the scene here, people.
From the moment the Baylor Lady Bears took the floor inside the Ferrell Center for the first time in almost a month, the thousands of grade-school students in attendance for “I’m Going to College Day” waved their green and gold pompoms in the stands and noisily cheered the team’s arrival.
Matt Rhule knew exactly what he was walking into when he left a successful Temple job for a Baylor program that was making headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Work is underway on a $50 million sports medicine center at Baylor Scott & White Hillcrest in Waco that will give athletes and those suffering from joint ailments and injuries more resources starting in December 2019.
While offense often takes center stage, when it comes to Centex playoff teams, it’s a bit hard to completely overlook the defensive side of the football — defense not only wins championships, it wins playoff games along the road, too.
At her essence, the volleyball setter is a giver. It helps if she is selfless, if she wants others to succeed, because that’s the position in a nutshell. The entire job centers around putting other players in the best spot to score.