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  1. Picked 2nd in the 2014 preseason Big 12 Media Poll, Baylor's Art Briles and Bryce Petty are ready for the 2014 season. WIRE POST - http://www.hornsports.com/forums/blog/1/entry-22-media-days-briles-petty-ready-for-2014/
  2. Texas (2-2, 1-0 in Big 12) vs. #7 Baylor (4-0, 1-0 in Big 12) Time: 2:30 pm CST TV: ABC Location: Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium (Austin, TX) Texas is 74-25-4 vs. Baylor All-Time in football.
  3. Petty injured on his first carry vs. SMU. Fractured two bones in the transfer processes of his back. Petty played up until halftime when the score was 31-0 Baylor. Story This development could have major implications on Baylor's season, as they're not the same team w/o Petty under center.
  4. From the album: Big 12 Media Days 2014

    Baylor QB Bryce Petty answers questions from the media at Big 12 Media Days 2014

    © Photo Credit: Horn Sports

  5. Billings' coach said after the Longhorns switched from recruiting him as an O-Lineman to a defensive tackle that Texas shot up the chart. It appears that Texas might be his #1 school. Billings is a 4 star recruit and was thought to like Baylor and TCU over Texas but this was primarily because of the OL recruitment by UT. Nice to see Mack and company letting kids play the positions they played in high school instead of trying to turn kids into somethings they have no interest in playing.
  6. WACO – Baylor outdueled Texas in overtime at The Ferrell Center 86-79 to improve to 1-0 in conference play. The Bears took advantage of efficient offensive rebounding and plentiful free throw opportunities in the win, as head Coach Scott Drew missed the contest while serving the first of a two-game school imposed ban for the recruit texting scandal uncovered last year. Baylor’s Corey Joseph and Isaiah Austin each had double-doubles and Pierre Jackson scored 24 points in the win. The Bears shot 35.9% from the field but scored 36 points from the free-throw line alone, while Texas only turned in 9 points on 14 free throws from the charity stripe. Texas shot 44.6% from the field and freshman point guard Javan Felix led the Longhorns in scoring with a career high 26 points and 9 assists. Instead of coming off the bench to score, Sheldon McClellan crafted a 21-point performance today as a starter. Guard Julien Lewis scored 9 points but was limited today by an right ankle injury sustained in the game. Lewis continued to play through the injury but was noticeably hobbling up and down the court. Still no word on the extent of the injury. Texas trailed 40-31 at halftime and took the first lead of the game with 13:01 left in the second half on a Javan Felix jump shot. The lead then changed a few times with Baylor maintaining it most of the time until the 2:59 mark when Sheldon McClellan tied athe score at 66 with 2:59 left. Baylor would make two free throws and Johnathan Holmes would monster-dunk before regulation play ended. In overtime both Johnathan Holmes and Jaylen Bond fouled out and Baylor hit 10 free throws and scored 18 total points to seal the victory for the Bears. The loss puts Texas at 8-6 on the season and 0-1 in Big 12 play. Up next for Texas is West Virginia (7-6, 0-1) on January 9th.
  7. LB Dac Shaw of Mineola, TX committed to TCU today. He's a 6'2 200lb stud who held numerous offers including Baylor, Texas A&M, Kansas St, and others. TCU continues to plant a flag in East Texas. From area scout Jarrett Anderson to the new scout Coach Young, they are amassing a following. Texas really needs to pay attention to Hwy 31 (East Texas) and start developing these relationships, especially the Class of 2014. That class could be legendary. And TCU has planted a seed in each prospects head confirmed by talked to over a dozen of the '14 blue chips. Time for Mack to take notice. The Horned Frogs got a good one today. JW

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