If Denzel Mims isn’t the go-to guy yet for Charlie Brewer, he’s fast becoming that guy.
AUSTIN — KC Lightfoot just keeps raising the bar on Baylor pole vault history.
Baylor director of track and field Clyde Hart marvels at how effortlessly wide receiver Chris Platt can make the transition from spring footba…
DURHAM, N.C. — With Saturday’s 34-20 loss to Duke, Baylor fell to 0-3 for the first time since 1999.
It’s homecoming week, and the funny thing I’ve noticed is that there are so many activities happening all over campus. I know I’ve had an extr…
On a night when KD Cannon was sidelined with a groin injury, No. 16 Baylor needed sophomore receivers Ish Zamora and Chris Platt to step up in a big way in its Big 12 opener.
Many a defensive back has found that it’s not easy catching up to Chris Platt.
After enrolling last week, juco transfer Tyrae Simmons is a prospect for a depth-starved line.
Biletnikoff Award winner Corey Coleman is gone to the Cleveland Browns and Jay Lee is trying to make the Detroit Lions.
Baylor coach Art Briles constantly tries to find ways to add new dynamics to the nation’s most prolific offense.
There has never been a higher level of excitement surrounding a Baylor football season as Thursday’s opening day of practice approaches.
Two of the faster players on Baylor’s football team are switching gears and joining the Baylor track and field team for the rest of the season.
With 1,000-yard receivers Corey Coleman and KD Cannon returning, Baylor still has room for other receivers to make an impact.
It’s no illusion if it seems like Baylor football never ends.
AMHERST, N.Y. — With Big 12 games right around the corner, Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty felt he needed all the work he could get.
It might not be the best idea to challenge Baylor’s quartet of freshman wide receivers to a relay race.
Baylor rolls out All-American receivers like Ford and Chevrolet roll out automobiles.
Art Briles’ offense is known for producing NFL-caliber wide receiver and quarterbacks, but Jordan Feuerbacher believes it’s a tight end-friend…