It looks like Baylor is going to run away with the first game played in their new stadium. That places look really nice. The best picture I can find online is a rendering but I think it represents the place pretty well.
This game sucks, expected more from SMU.
Im watching the Utah St/Tennessee game..I thought itd be closer. Tennessee up 17-0.
The SEC network isn't part of my cable package. I hate comcast.
you didn't know, it's channel 700 in MI, so if you have an expanded level you probably have it it just is up with ESPNU somewhere.
I found it the other day but it isn't part of my package. I dohave an expanded sports package but I still don't get it. I should probably give them a call but have been too lazy.
They get to tailgate on pontoon boats and walk across a bridge to the stadium, pretty nice
Stadium looks great.
Don't know the Baylor campus layout, but that looks like it be pretty far from campus.
....just did a google maps search and it turns out it is walkable distance. Very nice.
across the Brazos River from campus. The old stadium is about 4 miles from campus.
At Oklahoma, Ole Miss, South Carolina, and Georgia. Bama, Missouri, and UF at home. They have to win this game to have any shot at a bowl.
SMU's QB should have just shouted "500 dead or alive!" on that pass which ended up being intercepted. Awful throw.
It's been reasonably efficient as usual for Baylor - those 31 points are only spread across 205 total yards, but when SMU is begging you to have the ball with excellent field position, it's easy enough to achieve that.
Very nice. Gonna be loud with that little roof crowning the stadium.
is doing the TV commentary for the SMU @ Baylor game.
Here's what the new Kyle Field(current capacity 106,000) looks like:
Old vs New:
A&M now has the largest scorboard in all of college football. Texas is supposedly working on expanding DKR to 115,000. Not sure it's a good idea, they had 93,000 in Charlie Strongs first game and last year they only had 100,000+ twice.
LSU also finished expanding Tiger Stadium and now seats 102,321.
They have to do something with all that money that they can't give to the kids.
These expansions are just adding a lot more crappy seats.
They really are counting on the bubble not to pop.
It might be big but it's way too rectangular. The picture is going to be really squished.
Baylor's non conf is going to be an issue of debate if they win the Big 12 unless they go undefeated.
SMU, Northwestern State, Buffalo. The only Big 5 conf team to not play any other Big 5 team in non conf.
They do play 9 conf games I suppose that helps.
If my memory serves I posted a story about them scheduling incarnate word in 2019 this winter. Not sure what the hell they are doing. SOS be damned I guess.
Did anyone see that Baylor puts all the students closest to the field on the sidelines? That is awesome.
What a waste.