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FOOTBALL TV LISTINGS VS. WEST VIRGINIA
3:55 P.M., THURSDAY, SEPT. 27, 2012
SOCIAL MEDIA: @BUFootball, @BaylorAthletics, Baylor Athletics on Facebook

Saturday's matchup vs. West Virginia will be nationally televised on FX, with kickoff slated for 12:06 p.m. ET / 11:06 a.m. CT. Below is the full TV clearance list for FX as well as local channel info for Central Texas providers.

LOCAL CHANNEL LISTINGS
Provider Channel
Grande 32 (SD) / 832 (HD)
Time Warner 50 (SD) / 1688 (HD)
DirecTV 248 (HD)
Dish Network 136 (HD)
LIVE
Network Date Time Zone
FX Saturday, Sept. 29 11 a.m. Central
DELAY
Network Date Time Zone
FOX Sports Detroit Saturday, Sept. 29 10:30 p.m. Eastern
Root Sports (Pittsburgh Region) Saturday, Sept. 29 10:30 p.m. Eastern
FOX College Sports Central Sunday, Sept. 30 1 a.m. Eastern
FOX Sports Arizona Sunday, Sept. 30 2 a.m. Pacific
FOX Sports Midwest Sunday, Sept. 30 2 a.m. Central
Root Sports (Rocky Mountain Region) Sunday, Sept. 30 3 a.m. Mountain
FOX Sports Southwest Tuesday, Oct. 2 1 a.m. Central
Prime Ticket Tuesday, Oct. 2 4 p.m. Pacific
REPEAT
Network Date Time Zone
FOX College Sports Central Thursday, Oct. 4 8 a.m. Eastern

FOOTBALL TO PARTICIPATE IN 'COACH TO CURE MD' SATURDAY
1:40 P.M., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26, 2012
SOCIAL MEDIA: @BUFootball, @BaylorAthletics, Baylor Athletics on Facebook

During Baylor's game vs. West Virginia on Saturday (11:06 a.m. CT, FX), the BU coaching staff will be wearing Coach to Cure MD patches on their shirts to raise awareness for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy research.

Baylor is one of more than 100 FBS schools participating in the initiative, which is now in its fifth year. The goal of the program is to raise money and awareness for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, which is the most common fatal genetic disorder among boys worldwide.

By wearing armbands, mentioning Coach To Cure MD during on and off-field interviews, and in some instances doing even more extensive media relations around the date, coaches are rolling up their sleeves and proudly getting involved.

Fans can help in the effort by texting the word CURE to 90999 to donate $5 to Duchenne MD research. The charge will be shown on the phone bill. Fans can also donate online at CoachtoCureMD.org/.


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK THREE UPDATE
9:45 P.M., TUESDAY, SEPT. 25, 2012

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 3
SEASON UPDATE
PHILIP BLAKE

OL | Denver Broncos (1-2)
NFL Experience: Rookie
Years at Baylor: 2009-11

DID NOT PLAY
L, 31-25 vs. Houston

0 GP, 0 GS

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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (3-0)
NFL Experience:
10th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
3/3 PAT
W, 27-3 at San Diego

2 GP
6/6 FG, long  of 42
10/10 PAT

TERRANCE GANAWAY

RB | St. Louis Rams (1-2)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2009-11

DID NOT PLAY
L, 23-6 at Chicago

0 GP, 0 GS

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg DAVID GETTIS

WR | Carolina Panthers (2-1)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2006-09

DID NOT PLAY
W, 17-12 at New York Jets
INJURED RESERVE
JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (0-3)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
3 receptions, 40 yds
L, 24-14 vs. Buffalo

3 GP, 2 GS
6 receptions, 77 yds
0 TDs

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (1-2)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
21-of-34, 221 yds
TD, 61.8 CMP%
90.4 QBR
12 rushes, 85 tds, TD
L, 38-31 vs. Cincinnati

3 GP, 3 GS
60-of-89, 747 yds
4 TDs, 67.4 CMP%
103.5 QBR
32 rushes, 209 yds, 3 TDs
NICOLAS JEAN-BAPTISTE

NT | Indianapolis Colts (1-2)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2007-11

DID NOT PLAY
L, 22-17 vs. Jacksonville

0 GP, 0 GS

JASON SMITH

OL | New York Jets (2-1)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-08

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 23-20 at Miami

3 GP, 0 GS

JUSTIN SNOW

DS | Washington Redskins (1-2)
NFL Experience:
13th Season
Years at Baylor:
1996-99

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 38-31 vs. Cincinnati
2 GP
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (0-3)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
L, 24-14 vs. Buffalo
PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM
J.D. WALTON

C | Denver Broncos (1-2)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

STARTED
No Stats
L, 31-25 vs. Houston
3 GP, 3 GS
DANNY WATKINS

OL | Philadelphia Eagles (2-1)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
No Stats
L, 27-6 at Arizona
3 GP, 3 GS
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (3-0)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 31-25 at Denver
3 GP

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (1-2)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
7 receptions, 41 yds
W, 44-41 vs. Detroit
3 GP, 2 GS
14 receptions, 102 yds
  1 TD

SCOUTING THE OPPONENT: ULM
10:35 P.M., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19, 2012
SOCIAL MEDIA: @BUFootball, @BaylorAthletics, Baylor Athletics on Facebook

Every week during the 2012 football season, "This is Bear Country" Blog will take a look at Baylor's opposition that week and what fans can expect to see, as well as other fun facts. This week's 'Scouting the Opponent' focuses on Baylor's opponent on Friday, ULM:

UNIVERSITY INFO FOOTBALL INFO
Location Monroe, La. 2012 Record 1-1
Chartered 1931 Ranking NR (AP) / RV (Coaches)
Enrollment 8,858 Head Coach Todd Berry (Third Year)
Chancellor Dr. Nick Bruno Offensive System Multiple
Conference Sun Belt Defensive System 3-3-5
Nickname Warhawks Letterman Returning/Lost 41/19
Colors Maroon and Gold Starters Returning/Lost 15/11
Stadium Malone Stadium (30,427) First Year of Football 1931
Surface Pro Play Senior College Record 278-367-8

SERIES VS. THE WARHAWKS
Friday night's meeting against Baylor will be the first meeting between the Warhawks and the Bears. ULM is 0-7 all-time against current Big 12 members.

PLAYING WITH THE BIG BOYS
ULM shocked the world during the opening weekend, rallying for a 34-31 OT win over No. 8 Arkansas. After finding itself down 28-7 with 9:42 left in the third quarter, the Warhawks rallied to score 21-unanswered points to send the game into overtime. After Arkansas was only able to muster a field goal during the opening possession of the first OT, ULM saw its chance to secure the upset. Facing a 4th and 1 at the 16, head coach Todd Berry decided to go for it; and the rest is history. The Warhawks were close to repeating an overtime upset vs. another SEC opponent last Saturday, but Auburn was able connect on a game-winning FG in OT to stave off the upset.

OFFENSIVE EXPLOSION
The Warhawks enter Friday's contest averaging 480 yards per game (28th nationally), with 328.5 (11th nationally) coming through the air using an offensive attack similar to Baylor's spread style. Junior gunslinger Kolton Browning leads a ULM offense that has amassed 62 points against two SEC teams. Browning, a three-year starter for the Warhawks, has accounted for eight of the nine ULM touchdowns this season. Browning's favorite target is 6 foot, 2 inch Brent Leonard. For the season, Leonard has hauled in 18 catches for 165 yards and one TD, including a 112-yard performance in the week one upset over Arkansas. Browning is also the leading rusher for the Warhawks with 63.5 yards per game and two TDs.

GO FOR IT
In its first two games of 2012, ULM is an eye-popping 9-of-11 on 4th down conversions (81.8%). Only USC has gone for it more on fourth down, 14 times, but the Trojans have done that in three games compared to just two games played by the Warhawks.

A PACKED HOUSE
Playing in its first home game this season, ULM is expecting a near-sellout crowd for a Friday night televised matchup at Malone Stadium. The game will serve as a "White Out" game for the Warhawks. ULM's largest home crowd at Malone Stadium was 30,101 vs. Grambling State in 2007. Louisiana Tech (28,725 - 1998), Grambling State (26,532 - 2011), Minnesota (24,842 - 1996) and Louisiana Tech (23,900 - 1982) round out the top five crowds in Malone Stadium history. Probably safe to say Friday's game will be up in that range.

NEVER OUT OF IT
In both of its games this season, ULM has rallied from a fourth quarter deficit to win or at least send the game into overtime. Down 28-14 against Arkansas, ULM scored early in the fourth and then again with 47 seconds remaining in regulation. The Warhawks would go on to win 34-31 in OT. The Warhawks found themselves down 28-14 again in the fourth at Auburn, and again, ULM rallied to score twice in the final seven minutes, but dropped an overtime decision, 31-28.

A LONE STAR FLAVOR
The Warhawks' roster sports 35 players from the Lone Star state, including 13 total starters (seven offensive, six defensive). Sophomore starting wide receiver Colby Harper was high school teammates with Baylor's Jerod Monk and Terrell Burt at Wylie High School.


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK TWO UPDATE
2:20 P.M., TUESDAY, SEPT. 18, 2012

Week two of the NFL saw nine former Baylor Bears see action for their respective teams, including four who received starting nods.

Kendall Wright, a 2011 All-American and most prolific receiver in Baylor history, recorded his first NFL touchdown in his first career NFL start for the Tennessee Titans. Wright finished the game with two catches, for 24 yards and a TD. On the season, Wright has hauled in seven catches for 61 yards for the Titans.

Robert Griffin III, the reigning NFL Offensive Player of the Week, followed up his 320-yard debut performance with a 20-of-29 outing for 206 yards and one TD through the air in a week two loss to St. Louis. RG3 found the endzone twice more on the ground, rushing 11 times for 82 yards and two TDs.

Matt Bryant remained perfect during the 2012 season going 2-for-2 in FG attempts (long of 42 yds) and 3-for-3 in PATs. 13-year veteran and long snapper, Justin Snow, also saw playing time with Washington just days after being signed as a free agent.

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 2
SEASON UPDATE
PHILIP BLAKE

OL | Denver Broncos (1-1)
NFL Experience: Rookie
Years at Baylor: 2009-11

DID NOT PLAY
L, 27-21 at Atlanta

0 GP, 0 GS

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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (2-0)
NFL Experience:
10th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
2/2 FG, long of 42
3/3 PAT
W, 27-21 vs. Denver

2 GP
6/6 FG, long  of 42
7/7 PAT

TERRANCE GANAWAY

RB | St. Louis Rams (1-1)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2009-11

DID NOT PLAY
W, 31-28 vs. Washington

0 GP, 0 GS

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg DAVID GETTIS

WR | Carolina Panthers (1-1)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2006-09

DID NOT PLAY
W, 35-27 vs. New Orleans
INJURED RESERVE
JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (0-2)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

PLAYED
1 reception, 5 yds
L, 34-27 at Cincinnati

2 GP, 1 GS
3 receptions, 35 yds
0 TDs

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (1-1)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
20-of-29, 206 yds
TD, 69.0 CMP%
86.3 QBR
11 rushes, 82 tds, 2 TDs
L, 31-28 at St. Louis

2 GP, 2 GS
39-of-55, 526 yds
3 TDs, 70.9 CMP%
111.6 QBR
20 rushes, 124 yds, 2 TDs
JASON SMITH

OL | New York Jets (1-1)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-08

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 27-10 at Pittsburgh

2 GP, 0 GS

JUSTIN SNOW

DS | Washington Redskins (1-1)
NFL Experience:
13th Season
Years at Baylor:
1996-99

PLAYED
No Stats
L, 31-28 at St. Louis
1 GP
PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (0-2)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
L, 34-27 at Cincinnati
PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM
J.D. WALTON

C | Denver Broncos (1-1)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

STARTED
No Stats
L, 27-21 at Atlanta
2 GP, 2 GS
DANNY WATKINS

OL | Philadelphia Eagles (2-0)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
W, 24-23 vs. Baltimore
2 GP, 2 GS
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (2-0)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 27-7 at Jacksonville
2 GP

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (0-2)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
2 receptions, 24 yds, TD
L, 38-10 at San Diego
2 GP, 1 GS
7 receptions, 61 yds
  1 TD

FOOTBALL TV LISTINGS VS. SAM HOUSTON STATE
11:35 A.M., FRIDAY, SEPT. 14, 2012
SOCIAL MEDIA: @BUFootball, @BaylorAthletics, Baylor Athletics on Facebook

Saturday's matchup vs. Sam Houston State will be nationally televised on FOX College Sports, with kickoff slated for 6:05 p.m. CT. Below is the full TV clearance list for FCS as well as local channel info for Central Texas providers.

LOCAL CHANNEL LISTINGS
Provider Channel
Grande 227
Time Warner 430
DirecTV 623
Dish Network Varies on location
LIVE
Network Date Time Zone
FOX College Sports Central Saturday, Sept. 15 6 p.m. Central
REPEAT
Network Date Time Zone
FOX College Sports Central Sunday, Sept. 16 Noon Central
FOX College Sports Central Wednesday, Sept. 19 2 a.m. Central

SCOUTING THE OPPONENT: SAM HOUSTON STATE
6:05 P.M., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12, 2012
SOCIAL MEDIA: @BUFootball, @BaylorAthletics, Baylor Athletics on Facebook

Every week during the 2012 football season, "This is Bear Country" Blog will take a look at Baylor's opposition that week and what fans can expect to see come Saturday, as well as other fun facts. This week's 'Scouting the Opponent' focuses on Baylor's opponent on Saturday, Sam Houston State:

UNIVERSITY INFO FOOTBALL INFO
Location Huntsville, Texas 2012 Record 1-0
Chartered 1879 Ranking #2 (FCS Rankings)
Enrollment 18,500 Head Coach Willie Fritz (Third Year)
President Dr. Dana L. Gibson Offensive System Multiple
Conference Southland Defensive System 4-2-5
Nickname Bearkats Letterman Returning 50
Mascot Sammy the Bearkat Starters Returning 19
Colors Orange, white & blue First Year of Football 1912
Stadium Bowers Stadium (12,500) All-Time Record 456-442-36

SERIES VS. THE BEARKATS
Separated by a mere 135 miles, Baylor and Sam Houston State will meet on the football field this weekend for only the fourth time. Baylor leads the all-time series 3-0, with its last win coming in a 34-3 victory in 2010's season opener. The Bears and Bearkats first met on Sept. 22, 1990, with Baylor squeezing by with a 13-9 victory in Waco. BU also beat Sam Houston State 27-6 on Sept. 20, 2003.

MEMORABLE 2011 SEASON
Sam Houston defeated five nationally-ranked opponents and earned the No. 1 national ranking with a 14-0 record in route to the NCAA Division I National Championship game in Frisco, Texas. During their march to the national championship game, Sam Houston defeated NCAA FBS foe New Mexico and went unbeaten (7-0) through the Southland Conference to earn their sixth NCAA conference championship. The Bearkats finished the 2011 season with a 17-6 loss to North Dakota State in the FCS title game.

CENTRAL TEXAS CONNECTION
The SHSU roster features eight student-athletes with ties to Central Texas; Dax Swanson (Waco [LaVega HS]), Torrance Williams (Waco [Connally HS]), Brian Bell (China Spring [China Spring HS]), Will Randolph (Copperas Cove [Copperas Cove HS]), James French (China Spring [China Spring HS]), Brandon Durant (Copperas Cove [Copperas Cove HS]), Brandon Ashcraft (Robinson [Robinson HS]), Andrew Weaver (Waco [Waco HS]). Bell is the brother of former BU letterwinner, Shawn Bell. Brian Bell also has a connection with current BU safety, Mike Hicks. Hicks was a record-setting receiver for China Spring HS. Former LaVega HS star, Dax Swanson, was a third-team All-America selection last season for the Bearkats, ranking third nationally with eight interceptions.

DYNAMIC OFFENSE
The Sam Houston offense dominated the Southland Conference, out-scoring league opponents 308-67 last year. The Kats led the league in rushing offense, scoring offense and pass efficiency and stand number two in the league in total offense. The Bearkats scored 30 or more points in 12 of their 15 games. Leading SHSU's offensive attack is All-American and last year's Southland Conference Player of the Year, Tim Flanders. Flanders has set 19 SHSU records, including the all-time rushing record at Sam Houston (2,709), which he set last week in SHSU's 54-7 season-opening win vs. Incarnate Word. He also has SHSU's record for most TDs; none more memorable than this highlight reel play last season vs. SFA. Flanders also torched then No. 4 Montana for 287 yards rushing in SHSU's semifinal win over the Grizzlies.

NATIONALLY-RANKED DEFENSE
The Bearkats rank No. 1 nationally in rushing defense and held 11 of their 15 opponents to double digit rushing totals. Only New Mexico, Stony Brook and Montana produced more than 300 yards total offense against the Kats. The Bearkat defense created 40 turnovers last year including 22 interceptions and 18 fumbles. A total of 144 points (19 touchdowns and three field goals) resulted because of the turnovers.

BEWARE OF THE "WILD BEARKAT"
Richard Sincere is the 2011 Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Year. The sophomore from Galveston Ball is a wide receiver who also lines up behind center in the "Wild Bearkat" formation. In 2011, he rushed 129 times for 979 yards and nine touchdowns and caught 26 passes for 485 yards including a 77-yard touchdown strike on the opening play of the Lamar victory. Sincere's 160-yard rushing performance in the Montana State win marked his fifth 100-yard rushing game of 2011. He begins his junior season ranked No. 12 in Bearkat career all-purpose yards (1,959). He is one of only 29 Bearkats to amass more than 1,000 career rushing yards (1,261).

SAM HOUSTON PRESEASON SOUTHLAND PICK
Sam Houston is the favorite to repeat as Southland Conference champions according to the 2012 preseason poll of the league's head coaches. The Bearkats' 2011 Southland football championship was their fourth in the program's 25 years in the league. However, the first three were co-championships, making the 2011 title the Bearkats' first undisputed league crown.


BEARS IN THE NFL: WEEK ONE UPDATE
6:05 P.M., TUESDAY, SEPT. 11, 2012

Eight former Baylor letterwinners saw action during week one of the 2012 NFL season. No Bear had a bigger impact for his team more than Robert Griffin III. In his first career NFL start, Griffin III completed 19-of-26 pass attempts for 320 yards and two TDs, leading the Washington Redskins to an upset win over the New Orleans Saints, making believers out of many NFL analysts.

Besides Griffin III, three other Bears (Josh Gordon, J.D. Walton & Danny Watkins) all earned the starting nod during week one. Gordon, who played for Baylor from 2009-10, pulled in two catches for 32 yards. Baylor's career-leading WR, Kendall Wright, saw action with the Tennessee Titans, hauling in five catches for 37 yards in a 34-13 loss to Pittsburgh.

BU's Matt Bryant was a perfect 4-for-4 on field goals, including a long of 41 yards, in Atlanta's 40-24 win over Kansas City.

PLAYER
TEAM WEEK 1
SEASON UPDATE
PHILIP BLAKE

OL | Denver Broncos (1-0)
NFL Experience: Rookie
Years at Baylor: 2009-11

DID NOT PLAY
W, 31-19 vs. Pittsburgh

0 GP, 0 GS

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MATT BRYANT

K | Atlanta Falcons (1-0)
NFL Experience:
10th Season
Years at Baylor:
1997-98

PLAYED
4/4 FG, long of 41
4/4 PAT
W, 40-24 at Kansas City

1 GP
4/4 FG, long  of 41
4/4 PAT

TERRANCE GANAWAY

RB | St. Louis Rams (0-1)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2009-11

DID NOT PLAY
L, 27-23 at Detroit

0 GP, 0 GS

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg DAVID GETTIS

WR | Carolina Panthers (0-1)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2006-09

DID NOT PLAY
L, 16-10 at Tampa Bay
INJURED RESERVE
JOSH GORDON

WR | Cleveland Browns (0-1)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
2 receptions, 32 yds
L, 17-16 vs. Philadelphia

1 GP, 1 GS
2 receptions, 32 yds
0 TDs

http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/headshot/B/R/Y/BRY500226.jpg ROBERT GRIFFIN III

QB | Washington Redskins (1-0)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

STARTED
19-of-26, 320 yds
2 TDs, 73.1 CMP%
92.3 QBR
W, 40-32 at New Orleans

1 GP, 1 GS
19-of-26, 320 yds
2 TDs, 73.1 CMP%
92.3 QBR
JASON SMITH

OL | New York Jets (1-0)
NFL Experience:
4th Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-08

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 48-28 vs. Buffalo

1 GP, 0 GS

PHIL TAYLOR

DT | Cleveland Browns (0-1)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

DID NOT PLAY
L, 17-16 vs. Philadelphia
PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM
J.D. WALTON

C | Denver Broncos (1-0)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2007-09

STARTED
No Stats
W, 31-19 vs. Pittsburgh
1 GP, 1 GS
DANNY WATKINS

OL | Philadelphia Eagles (1-0)
NFL Experience:
2nd Season
Years at Baylor:
2009-10

STARTED
W, 17-16 vs. Cleveland
1 GP, 1 GS
JONATHAN WEEKS

DS | Houston Texans (1-0)
NFL Experience:
3rd Season
Years at Baylor:
2004-07

PLAYED
No Stats
W, 30-10 vs. Miami
1 GP, 0 GS

KENDALL WRIGHT

WR | Tennessee Titans (0-1)
NFL Experience:
Rookie
Years at Baylor:
2008-11

PLAYED
5 receptions, 37 yds
L, 34-13 vs. New England
1 GP, 0 GS
5 receptions, 37 yds
0 TDs