Even with a ton of returning talent off a team that won the Big 12 Conference, Baylor has a few concerns going into the 2014 season.
Back in August, I took my first crack at a scholarship chart for Baylor Football designed to give us a peak at the numbers with which we were working. Today, I'm taking my second.
This is Texas Tech's final conference game of the year, playing the Baylor Bears in Arlington at AT&T Stadium.
A year ago, we wondered what we'd do with former safety Sam Holl. Now, we wonder what we'll do without him.
Hoping to get through the rest of the Baylor defense and special teams before we kick off SMU coverage next week, it's time to look at the linebackers.
In today's Big 12 a sentence like, "survive an upset bid in Austin, and Baylor could be positioned well for another conference title run," actually makes sense. The Bears have some worries in pass...
We're now 100 days away from the start of 2014. Time to look ahead another 365 after that to the start of 2015.
Tomorrow morning, the Baylor Bears will take to the practice field for the last spring scrimmage of 2014 with thousands of fans in attendance. Here's what I'll be watching for.
With something around 14 starters leaving from the 2013 Big 12 Champion squad, Baylor Football has holes to fill. Young players will be a big part of that.